Penalty demotes pace-setter Wilskch to third in E3.
Following penalties applied to day one of the 2022 Prestige Truck Centre Australian Four Day Enduro (A4DE), ShopYamaha’s Kyron Bacon has emerged fastest and as a result leads E1, with teammate Josh Green and KTM equipped Stefan Granquist leading E2 and E3 respectively.
Notably, Andrew Wilksch (Husqvarna) – who originally was quickest on the day – was regulated to third in E3, which elevated Granquist to the top spot and Thomas Mason (GasGas) to second in the class. Granquist has a slim two-second advantage, with Wilksch just a further second behind Mason.
In E2, Green has a 10 second lead over Todd Waters (Husqvarna), as Fraser Higlett (Beta) sits third, just over 30 seconds behind the top spot in the category. Bacon enjoys a 46-second gap atop of Blake Hollis (ShopYamaha) in E1, with JGR Yamaha’s Jeremy Carpentier sitting third a further 1.9 seconds back.
Jessica Gardiner (JGR Yamaha) remains P1 in the Women’s category, as Darren Llyod and Jason Salopayers are in front in Veterans and Masters.