The Women's Commission Motorcycling RFME this Campus organized the Last weekend at the Circuito de Navarra.
The girls began arriving Thursday evening at facilities The Arcos. There the expected Ines Fonseca, director of the Commission. For a total of 22 females participated in this I Campus Speed. Most applicants failing were regulars but they would lose the opportunity to learn all aspects of the competition and training the very best professionals.
Nutrition classes had, while continuing throughout the Campus a diet Sports, Mechanical with School Monlau Competition as a collaborator, of physical education But Abel Company Coach to top, technique and the track monitors, Mar Acebes and Ismael Bonilla.
From the first moment that holding is announced Campus, three of the drivers competing regularly, were enrolled immediately. Beatriz Neila, the youngest of all, had the support of her colleagues throughout the weekend, as Laura Martínez and Cristina Juarranz, ambas integrantes de las parrillas de Open 600. But they were in Navarra enjoying three spectacular days and will never forget Sara Romanian, Paola Rodriguez, Miriam Christopher, Dolores Ros, Love Benitez, Mary Barber, Xenia Rodríguez, Diana Fernandez, Emma Lord, Marta Heritage, Ana Isabel Amillo, Mar Gómez, Mireya Sanchez, Paula Sánchez, Beatriz Lacquer, Elena María Calleja, Ainhoa Duran and Amaya To.
In addition to classes proposed by the organization, they could also be grilled Beatriz, Laura and Cristina, widely chat with Toni Elías and receive support President of the Royal Spanish Motorcycling Federation, Angel Viladoms. The director of Circuito de Navarra, Manel Muñoz, also shared a few minutes with them and was delighted that his path had been the first to celebrate this one Speed Campus.
Ines Fonseca: "We achieved that girls learn, are autonomous and enjoy motorcycling. It has been formed a large group and all are looking forward to the next Campus. Of We are currently working to be celebrating in just two weeks females Motocross and Enduro in Motorland Aragón. I do not want to end without acknowledge the effort and the help they have given us these days staff Circuito de Navarra, the marshals, photographers and the company that gave the bikes for monitors”.