Team USA has taken control of the World Trophy standings following day three of the 2019 FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Portugal, as Team Australia holds down second along with being ranked first and second in the Junior World Trophy and Women’s World Trophy classes.
Team USA jumped by the Australian squad in the World Trophy standings, and now has a 1m12s advantage over the green and gold. Team Italy sits in third, followed by Team Finland and Team Spain.
In the Junior World Trophy division, Team Australia extended its lead over Team USA to 4m20s, as Team Italy locks out the top three. Team France and Team Great Britain are ranked fourth and fifth respectively.
Team USA maintains its position at the top of the Women’s World Trophy category, while Team Australia promoted itself to second in the classification. Team Great Britain is third followed by Team Spain and Team Germany.
Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team’s Daniel Sanders still leads the individual outright results ahead over Spaniard Josep Garcia (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) and American Taylor Robert (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing).
Australians Luke Styke (Active8 Yamaha Yamalube Racing), Lyndon Snodgrass (KTM Enduro Racing Team) and Fraser Higlett (Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team) now sit in positions nine, 10 and 12, while compatriots Josh Green (Active8 Yamaha Yamalube Racing), Michael Driscoll (Active8 Yamaha Yamalube Racing) and Matt Phillips (KTM) are ranked 17th, 22th, and 34th.
Tayla Jones (Husqvarna) sits third in the individual Women’s outright rankings follow day the, followed by Jessica Gardiner (Yamaha) in fifth. Mackenzie Tricker (KTM) was forced to withdraw from the event.
Sanders still controls the E3 division, with Higlett, Green, Driscoll and Phillips taking up spots four, six, eight and 12 in the E2 category. In E1, Styke and Snodgrass are fourth and fifth respectively.