VICTORIAN Daniel Milner sits in 2nd in the E2 class at the 2015 ISDE. Team Australia still leads the World Trophy.
VICTORIAN Daniel Milner currently sits in second-place in the progressive standings in the E2 class at the 2015 FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) after a controversial day three which saw eight riders in the top 20 be excluded from competition because a trail section check-point was missed.
Milner, whom has been passed by Team USA’s Ryan Sipes for the ISDE outright day lead, the Australian was 8.94 seconds behind. Fellow Team Australia member and Victorian Daniel Sanders (2014 Victorian Off-Road Champion, and 2015 series leader), placed the 5th fastest time for Day 3. Another Victorian based Team Australia competitor Tom Mason posted the 72nd fastest time for the day.
Team Australia still leads the World Trophy with a time of 11:21:26.37, the progressive time of Josh Green, Daniel Milner (VIC), Matty Phillips, Beau Ralston, Lachlan Stanford and Glen Kearny.
In the Junior World Trophy, Team Australia is also in front with a time of 6:57:50.92, the progressive time of Brock Grabham, Tom Mason (VIC), Daniel Sanders (VIC) and Tye Simmonds.
Team Australia is still dominating the Women’s World Trophy on 5:41:11.59, Tayla Jones, Jessica Gardiner and Jemma Wilson.
Yamaha Australia with team members Josh Green, Daniel Milner (VIC) and Beau Ralston is currently leading the Manufacturers Team Award with a time of 6:48.49.12. KTM Australia is 5th, featuring; Tom Mason (VIC), Daniel Sanders (VIC) and Tye Simmonds.
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Image: Daniel Milner in action on Day 3 of the 2015 ISDE in Slovakia (Credit: Yamaha FIM ISDE 2015 Kosice).