2017 FIM ISDE – Review of the Day – Day 2
REVIEW OF THE DAY 2
Day two of the ninety-second running of the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Brive, France saw all competitors complete a long and demanding day in the saddle. Competing over the exact same course as used on day one, France topped the FIM World Trophy team class as they did on the opening day of competition, extending their advantage over Australia to four minutes and nineteen seconds. In the FIM Junior World Trophy category team USA have moved to the head of the results as Sweden – leaders at the end of day one – lost one of their team riders with a technical issue. In the FIM Women’s World Trophy class Australia have taken a commanding lead over the USA with day one winners Spain dropping to ninth.