PELA RENET – 2014 ISDE OUTRIGHT WINNER

BEL-RAY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S PELA RENET HAS CLAIMED THE OVERALL INDIVIDUAL VICTORY IN THE 89TH EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SIX DAYS ENDURO, HELD IN SAN JUAN, ARGENTINA

Capping off what has been an incredible season for the 2014 Enduro 2 World Champion, Renet delivered the goods in Argentina to secure the outright win in the ISDE. Along with proving to be the fastest rider in the weeklong event, Pela also topped the Enduro 2 category on his TE 450 while helping France to victory in the FIM World Trophy classification.

Starting as he meant to go one, Renet immediately got down to business by claiming a confident victory at the end of the opening day of competition. Another win on day two firmly established the Frenchman at the head of the overall standings. With day three of the race seeing the ISDE’s worst rate of attrition for many years – 111 riders failed to see the end of the day – Renet powered on and further extended his advantage. Comfortably poised at the head of the standings he placed inside the top three in the final three days of racing to secure the overall win in the 2014 #ISDE2013.

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KTM RIDERS WRAP UP A GOOD WEEK AT ISDE ARGENTINA 2014

KTM factory riders wrapped up a good week at the ISDE Argentina 2014 with Christophe Nambotin taking a class victory in E1 and contributing to Team France’s medal winning victory in the coveted World Trophy.

Toby Price (Team Australia) and Ivan Cervantes (Team Spain) finished 1-2 in the E3 class and Kailub Russell (Team USA) and Matt Phillips (Team Australia were 2-3 in E2.

Overall individual rider for this year’s competition was Pela Renet of France. He was followed in by three strong KTM riders – Price in second, American Kailub Russell in third and Phillips in fourth.

USA and Spain took 2-3 in the World Trophy while USA, France and Australia were the top finishers in the Junior Trophy. Australia secured victory in the Women’s Trophy followed by Canada and USA in 2-3.

KTM riders were dominant in the Manufacturer’s Trophy, won by KTM1 (Nambotin, Phillips and Cervantes), Husqvarna 1 was second, KTM3 (Price, Sanders, V. Guerrero) took third place, KTM2 (Mullins, Robert, Russell) was fourth and KTM4 (G. Baylor, S. Baylorm Jones) finished fifth.

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