By: Derek Blais | September 4th, 2021
Anthony Ferrante with the holeshot in his moto
The 2021 International Six Days of Enduro is officially over. This will be a quick recap of team results, and we’ll have a wrap up of the racing and individual results early next week, hopefully with some input from the MojoMotoSport Club Team riders. Day 6 was a 4-lap moto race where they ran 22 riders at a time. The starting order was reversed from slowest to fastest, finishing with the men’s World Trophy Teams. Here’s where everybody stands after 6 brutal days of racing:
The American World Trophy Team finished on the podium in 3rd. Robert, Girroir, Michael, and Sipes with another solid effort and great results!
The U.S. Women’s World Trophy Team absolutely demolished the competition, ending the ISDE 15 minutes ahead of the 2nd place Brits. Brandy Richards has proven that she’s the fastest woman at the Six Days, with a 48th overall finish.
The Junior World Trophy Team ended up 11th, even with the loss of Austin Walton. Great job guys and heal up soon!
No big shakeup in the Club Team standings, as it’s virtually impossible to make up very much time in the Moto Test. Here’s where the American Teams finished:
GTBN – 3rd Position
MojoMotoSport Team – 5th position
Trail Pros. US Sprint Enduro – 7th position
Eric Cleveland Memorial – 10th position
Elizabeth Scott Community – 26th position
Missouri Mudders – 29th position (+1)
NGPC/NHHA/D37 – 113th position (-41) Tyler Vore out
We’re just so proud of all of the American racers with their great effort and winning spirit. Congratulations to everyone that finished. We’re especially stoked on the top 5 finish for the MojoMotoSport Club Team, and we’ll share how Anson, Josh, and Anthony did individually in the final wrap up. WAY TO GO TEAM U.S.A.!!