Due to an official timing error the provisional results for Day One were incorrect.
The official International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) results for Day One are:
World Trophy Team Positions
1. France; 2. Finland, 34 seconds behind the leader; 3. Spain, 2m32s; 4. Australia, 3m25s; 5. Italy, 3m29s; 6. Sweden, 3m52s; 7. New Zealand, 4m19s; 8. Netherlands, 7m41s; 9. Poland, 8m23s; 10. Great Britain 9m15s.
Junior Trophy Team Positions (under 23 years)
1. France; 2. USA, 16 seconds behind the leader; 3. Australia, 56s; 4. Germany, 1m04s; 5. Finland, 1m05s; 6. Spain, 1m51s; 7. Italy, 2m02s; 8. Great Britain, 2m07s; 9. Netherlands, 3m25s; 10. New Zealand, 4m25s.
11 riders, including New Zealand Club Team rider Wayne Neilson, retired from the event on the first day of competition.
Taupo is currently experiencing rain, making for slippery riding conditions which is expected to make the ISDE even tougher for all competing riders as they kick off day two at 7.00am.
The 2006 ISDE runs from Tuesday, November 14 until Sunday, November 19.
31 Nations, 6 days, 600 riders - 1 winner
14 – 18 November Days One to Five, Special stages held in and around Kinleith Forest, off State Highway 1. Final test held beside Taupo Motorsport Park at the end of each days riding.
Parc Ferme open to public each day.
19 November Day Six, Motocross Special Stage at Digger McEwen Park, Taupo.
19 November Awards ceremony and dinner, Taupo Events Centre, from 6.30pm.