Stage 7 at the Croc seems to have been a better day for Martin Wisata, who finished in 16th place today. From all accounts it was a “classic Croc stage” and showed once again that anything is possible at this event with rankings being swapped and changed behind the top two leaders as if they were at the markets.
For Martin tomorrow will be a highlight – he loves that Bump Track and will try to better is personal record of 1h04:22 from last year. He has a solid 5th placing in the A3 category in GC and sits in 17th overall. We do think that 16th and maybe even 15th could be done… bring on #stage8 at #croc8!
Photo: Regina Stanger / Crocodile Trophy