SOURCE: MX LARGE
The 92nd International Six Days Enduro in Brive, France last week saw KTM enjoy strong results across all classes as KTM Enduro Factory Racing’s Josep Garcia claimed a second consecutive Enduro 1 class victory, while Taylor Robert took a hard-fought Enduro 3 class win. Christophe Nambotin contributed to France’s overall World Team Trophy victory and Laia Sanz won the Enduro Women’s class.
One of the fastest riders in the event, Josep Garcia ended the first day sixth in Enduro 1 and 11th overall before moving to the top of the E1 classification as well as challenging for the overall individual win. Second in E1 on day two, the Spaniard then topped the fourth and fifth days before putting in one of the most impressive final moto performances of any rider and ending his event as the best performing Enduro 1 class rider.
Josep Garcia: “That was a lot of fun, I’m so happy to have won my final motocross race. Doing so well in the ISDE last year in Spain I really wanted to do …
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Article / post by: Geoff Meyer