In Wicklow (Ireland), the Commençal Vallnord Enduro superstar gave Northwave the fourth win in four races
The 2017 season of Enduro World Series reached the half-way point. The time of the verdicts is away but Cécile Ravanel confirmed herself as the main favorite for the overall win. Despite an unlucky fall in the first special stage, the Commençal Vallnord Enduro superstar clinched victory in the round 4 of the most important Enduro challenge in the World.
On Sunday May 28th, in Wicklow (Ireland), the French rider claimed the third seasonal success, giving Northwave the fourth win in four races. Ravanel gave up the top spot of the podium only in Derby (Australia) finishing second behind another Northwave’s athlete, the compatriot Isabeau Courdurier.
In Wicklow’s Carrick Mountain, Ravanel won all the special stages, preceding Brit Katy Winson (+0:36), whilst Canadian Andréane Lanthier Nadeau completed the day’s podium. Seventh place for Isabeau Courdurier (SUNN), 2’05” behind the winner. Ravanel also leads the overall standing with 1550 points, followed by Ines Thoma (1210 points) and Katy Winson (1180 points).