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Taylor Robert Claims Outright Victory At ISDE 2016

October 20 – 2016

Taylor Robert - International Six Days Enduro 2016

Taylor Robert secured the outright victory at the 91st running of the International Six Days Enduro in Navarra, Spain. The Arizona native took the overall lead at the end of day two and remained in control of the event for the rest of the week. His result helped Team USA top the World Trophy Team standings for the first time ever.

Taylor Robert - International Six Days Enduro 2016

“Words can’t explain just how much this double win means to me. As a team we’ve been trying for so long but finally this has been our week. Everyone made some mistakes but we helped each other. We all went out there and put in our best effort.” Taylor Robert

Josep Garcia - International Six Days Enduro 2016

Putting in what was arguably the most impressive performance of his young career Josep Garcia earned victory in the Enduro 1 category, finishing as the third fastest outright rider. Topping the overall standings on a dry and dusty day two, the 20-year-old Spaniard wrapped up the event with a second outright victory on day five.

Laia Sanz - International Six Days Enduro 2016

Laia Sanz ended her very first participation at the ISDE with a close runner-up individual result in Enduro Women’s class. The reigning Enduro World Champion also led Spain’s Women’s World Trophy Team to a runner-up result.

Josep Garcia - International Six Days Enduro 2016

“The dry conditions during the first two days suited my style so I managed to get the overall victory on day two. But I’m really happy I got with a second outright victory on day five. I really couldn’t think of a better way to end this season,” Josep Garcia

Danny McCanney - International Six Days Enduro 2016

It took Danny McCanney no time to gel with his new Husky 300cc two-stroke in Spain. Ending the event fourth in Enduro 3, Danny played a vital part for Great Britain to secure a strong runner-up result in the World Trophy Team classification.

Steward Baylor - International Six Days Enduro 2016

Steward Baylor was the fastest American junior in the overall standings. Finishing sixth in Enduro 2 class, the KTM rider helped Team USA secure the runner-up spot in the Junior World Trophy Team competition.

Pascal Rauchenecker - International Six Days Enduro 2016

Ending his debut season in enduro racing on a high, Pascal Rauchenecker claimed an eventual fourth place result in the Enduro 1 class of the Spanish ISDE. The Husqvarna rider also placed 14th outright.

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Results – FIM International Six Days Enduro 2016

World Trophy Team
1. USA – 13:46:40.93
Kailub Russell (KTM), Taylor Robert (KTM), Layne Michael (Husqvarna), Thad Duvall (Husqvarna)
2.Great Britain – 13:50:19.59
Jamie McCanney (Yamaha), Danny McCanney (Husqvarna), Jamie Lewis (Yamaha), Nathan Watson (KTM)
3. Czech Republic – 14:16:23.27
Ondrej Helmich (KTM), Patrik Markvart (KTM), Jaromir Romancik (KTM), Jiri Hadek (KTM)

Enduro 1
1. Josep Garcia (Husqvarna), 3:23:32.89

2. Nathan Watson (KTM) 3:26:37.27
3. Victor Guerrero (KTM) 3:27:14.71
4. Pascal Rauchenecker (Husqvarna) 3:28:12.57
5. Davide Soreca (Honda) 3:28:26.09

Enduro 2
1. Taylor Robert (KTM) 3:22:46.65

2. Kailub Russell (KTM) 3:25:22.51
3. Jamie McCanney (Yamaha) 3:26:13.98
4. Albin Elowson (Husqvarna) 3:28:13.99
5. Jaromir Romancik (KTM) 3:28:36.25

Enduro 3
1. Daniel Sanders (KTM) 3:23:04.55
2. Giacomo Redondi (Honda) 3:24:00.70
3. Luis Correia (Beta) 3:24:15.35
4. Danny McCanney (Husqvarna) 3:25:07.10
5. Jonathan Barragan (Gas Gas) 3:26:50.97

Photos by Future7Media


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