ISDE Germany Day 5 Results 2012

September 28, 2012
Byron Wilson
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Kurt Caselli is eighth in the E2 class after Day 5.
Kurt Caselli is eighth in the ISDE E2 class after Day 5.

The International Six Days Enduro competition continued in Germany with the penultimate day of action, and Team France remains the top squad in the World Trophy class. The Australian team holds to second overall and Italy is third, over 45 minutes off the combined time of the leaders. Finland continues to hold down the fourth position while Spain is in fifth. The United States was unable to advance higher than sixth.

Individually, the Americans fared relatively well on Day 5. KTM’s Mike Brown was fourth overall in the E1 class and came through the first Special Test section of the day in first. While he wasn’t able to hold the front through the following seven sections, Brown was bolstered by his teammates who also posted results near the top of the timesheet. In the E2 class, Charlie Mullins was third overall for the day, Kurt Caselli was eighth while Thad Duvall and Taylor Robert were 13th and 14th respectively. Destry Abbott took 23rd in E2 and Andrew DeLong took 27th. In E3, Russell Bobbitt was the top American rider, holding to 10th while Jesse Groemm placed 13th.

Mullins proved competitive with the top French riders through the second special test section, taking fourth. He then went on to post the top time in ST3, followed by teammate Caselli in second with Brown lagging just a few riders back in seventh. Mullins was third through ST4 and finally relegated the position of fastest American in ST5 as DuVall charged past his teammates into eighth. Mullins was Team USA’s fastest through the final three test sections, but had fallen off pace a bit, taking 10th in ST6 and ST7, then placing 11th in ST8.

Christophe Nambotin leads the E3 class after Day 5.
Christophe Nambotin leads the E3 class after Day 5.

Team USA remains third in the Junior Trophy championship, over 14 minutes behind Team France who have almost a three-minute advantage over Great Britain. Australia trails the US in fourth, and Portugal holds steady in fifth.

Team France is decimating the competition in Women’s Trophy action, holding the lead by more than an hour over Germany. Australia holds to third with Sweden in fourth, Finland in fifth and the United States sixth.

In Club Racing, Team Wellard holds the top spot among American’s in 13th overall. Wellard’s Fred Hoess was the fastest American in C1, coming in 22nd. Hoess’ teammate Johnny Barber was the fastest American club rider in C2, taking 15th and Boise Ridge Riders’ Reid Brown posted the top US time in C3, finishing 11th on the day.

2012 Women’s Trophy
Day 5 Results:

1. France, 13:18:03.14
2. Germany, 15:07:52.71
3. Australia, 15:16:10.01
4. Sweden, 15:59:39.66
5. Finland, 19:20:01.80
6. USA, 20:14:29.06
7. Canada, 21:26:01.77
2012 World Trophy
Day 5 Results:

1. France, 26:39:21.04
2. Australia, 27:14:24.24
3. Italy, 27:25:01.34
4. Finland, 27:33:30.32
5. Spain, 27:35:48.11
6. USA, 27:36:32.93
7. Sweden, 27:37:36.85
8. Great Britain, 28:06:03.14
9. Germany, 28:18:48.95
10. Netherlands, 28:31:08.32
2012 Junior Trophy
Day 5 Results:

1. France, 16:35:12.08
2. Great Britain, 16:37:53.96
3. USA, 16:49:49.86
4. Australia, 17:05:17.41
5. Portugal, 17:13:30.65
6. Finland, 17:20:14.48
7. Czech Republic, 17:23:55.23
8. Spain, 17:24:53.41
9. Sweden, 17:26:05.48
10. Germany, 17:27:57.04

E2 Individual Day 5 Results:
1. Pierre-Alexandre Renet, France (Husaberg) 54:54.13
2. Johnny Aubert, France (KTM) 55:04.99
3. Charlie Mullins, USA (KTM) 55:08.54
4. Mathias Bellino, France (Husaberg) 55:16.87
5. Joshua Strang, Australia (KTM) 55:18.13
6. Matthew Phillips, Australia (Yamaha) 55:27.54
7. Alex Salvini, Italy (Husqvarna) 55:28.18
8. Kurt Caselli, USA (KTM) 55:58.96
9. Ivan Cervantes, Spain (Gas-Gas) 56:01.62
10. Jordan Rose, Great Britain (TM) 56:09.04

E1 Individual Day 5 Results:
1. Antione Meo, France (KTM) 54:34.85
2. Daniel Milner, Australia (Yamaha) 55:05.64
3. Eero Remes, Finland (KTM) 55:16.96
4. Mike Brown, USA (KTM) 55:54.84
5. Rodrig Thain, France (Honda) 56:07.57
6. Maurizio Micheluz, Italy (HM-Honda) 56:19.42
7. Luis Oliveira, Portugal (Yamaha) 56:20.70
8. Antti Hellsten, Finland (TM) 56:34.36
9. Jamie McCanney, Great Britain (Husaberg) 56:37.10
10. Jack Rowland, Great Britain (Husqvarna) 56:40.81

EW Individual Day 5 Results:
1. Ludivine Puy, France (Gas-Gas) 1:02:21.87
2. Jessica Gardiner, Australia (Yamaha) 1:06:13.57
3. Tayla Jones, Australia (KTM) 1:06:37.92
4. Blandine Dufrene, France (Husaberg) 1:07:22.25
5. Heike Petrick, Germany (Husaberg) 1:07:50.02
6. Jessica Jonsson, Sweden (Gas-Gas) 1:08:10.45
7. Audrey Rossat, France (KTM) 1:08:31.39
8. Sanna Bergman, Sweden (KTM) 1:08:36.09
9. Marita Nyqvist, Finland (Yamaha) 1:10:28.51
10. Amanda Mastin, USA (KTM) 1:12:28.69

E3 Individual Day 5 Results:
1. Christophe Nambotin, France (KTM) 54:30.60
2. Marcus Kehr, Germany (KTM) 55:31.35
3. Aigar Leok, Estonia (TM) 55:41.57
4. Toby Price, Australia (KTM) 55:46.52
5. Manuel Monni, Italy (KTM) 55:48.84
6. Joakim Ljunggren, Sweden (Husaberg) 56:11.08
7. Johan Edlund, Sweden (Husaberg) 56:30.30
8. Mirko Gritti, Italy (KTM) 56:35.62
9. Danny McCanney, Great Britain (Gas-Gas) 56:36.17
10. Russell Bobbitt, USA (KTM) 56:37.83

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