Finland have enjoyed their first Junior World Trophy day win of the 2022 FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) with victory on Day Five.

Finally breaking Italy’s win streak, it was the turn of Finland to end a day at the top of the time sheets in France. After getting agonisingly close to toppling the Italian’s on Day Four, the Finns powered clear to a thirty-three second margin of victory on the penultimate day of the FIM ISDE.

Italy have been super strong this week, so it’s nice to finally get a win ahead of them,” told Finland’s Roni Kytonen (Honda). “It’s been a really good FIM ISDE so far with some amazing special tests. We’re looking forward to ending it on a high tomorrow.”

Australia also had a good outing, finishing behind Finland as runners up. Although forced to settle for third today, Italy still controls the Junior World Trophy overall race lead. The defending champions are a healthy one minute and forty-seven seconds in front of Finland heading into tomorrow’s Day Six Final Cross Test.

Australia remains third in the overall classification with a four minute plus advantage over Great Britain in fourth. Spain completes the top five.

The ninety-sixth edition of the FIM ISDE concludes with the traditional Day Six Final Cross test. Coverage is LIVE on the FIM ISDE Facebook page, starting at 08.06CET for the first of the Club Team category races. The Trophy categories take to the track from 13:55CET. Don’t miss it!