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Day Six - race update and video

8 November 2014

Day Six of the International Six Days of Enduro has come to a close and Wellard assisted riders have featured in every class on the podium.

Team USA senior trophy riders claimed second outright while the Junior trophy team took the number one spot and the Women's team placed third.

All of the premier class Trophy teams receive Wellard assistance and they repaid that support with a top three in each category against the world's best Enduro racers.

Wellard Club team riders rebounded after losing Chris Bach on day three with mechanical failure to dominate the C2 division at the final Motocross test.

Gary Sutherlin and Andrew Delong put on a perfect display of riding for the huge crowd gathered at the fast flowing Motocross circuit to finish first and second after a big holeshot by Gary set the scene for a good race.

Not only did the pair place first and second in the Moto, they did the same for the outright placing in the division as well.

The Wellard Club team was by far the quickest in the division before the setback, in fact between the three riders they won every single special test in the C2 division which showed their true speed. Even with just two riders the team managed to finish tenth outright, which was fantastic considering the day three issues.

With only the Club team overall eluding the Wellard riders, the 2014 Argentina ISDE was a great result. A clean sweep would have been a fairy tale ending, but this is the ISDE and there are no guarantees. 

Special congratulations must go to Jeff Fredette who won the $1,000  Wellard support in the online voting competition. He was competing at his very last ISDE after setting the record of 34 consecutive events. A legend in American ISDE competition, Jeff has vowed to continue on as part of the organising group and his experience will be a valuable asset for up and coming riders.

The second $1,000 dollar package was won by Cody Schafer who was the fastest non Wellard Club rider. He battled it out with Josh Knight and Cory Buttrick for the entire six days of the competition. He was excited to win the financial assistance as he explained the week was very taxing and the support is much appreciated.

Watch all the action below from the final day of competition at the ISDE:

 

See below for some photos of our winning riders and the action from the lat day's events: