It was business as usual for Italy’s juniors today, winning the Junior World Trophy classification for the fourth day in a row at the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE).

Chipping away at building their race lead, Italy gained another twenty-three seconds on Finland, who sit in second place. That sees them extended their advantage at the top of the time sheets to two minutes and thirty-three seconds.

Proving unbreakable so far in this year’s race defending Junior World Trophy champions Italy keep doing everything right. Finland put on an attack with strong rides from Roni Kytonen (Honda) and Hermanni Haljala (TM), but it was not enough to rattle their rivals.

Ending their day in third, Australia placed under one minute behind Italy today to maintain their podium placing in this year’s FIM ISDE.

Great Britain took fourth on Day Four, but only just as Spain finished twenty-two seconds behind them in fifth.

Great Britain still look safe for a top four result in this year’s event, holding a three and a half minute plus advantage over Spain.

The fight for sixth remains tight between the Czech Republic and New Zealand. The Czech Republic hold a one minute and three second lead over New Zealand in seventh.

France’s Zach Pichon was the fastest Junior World Trophy rider for the fourth day running. The Sherco rider was sixth overall today as he battles for a top five position in the overall classification.