In the final two rounds of the British Sprint Enduro Championship, Husqvarna's factory rider, Matt Seistola, made an appearance and wasted no time adapting to the sprint enduro race format. Seistola won the final four special tests for Round 9 to win the day. He went on to claim Round 10 as well, after having a mistake free day.
Newly crowned Elite class champion, Jordan Rose, had a disastrous Round 9 after getting a rock jammed in his chain during the opening lap. Loosing 35 seconds removing it, Rose spent the remainder of the day battling to catch up. He eventually finished second behind Seistola and clinched the championship.