Today the season 2011 motorcycling has closed the curtain with a weekend full of emotions. Then we take stock of the achievements of our females.
Pakita Ruiz has risen, today, 80cc title of the Balearic Championship. The driver behind the podium in every race, achieving victory four times and ending with a total of 250 points. Thus it becomes the first woman to obtain Balearic Championship. Pakita also was involved in some races of the Cradle of Champions.
Ana Carrasco, Extremadura champion 125cc Championship 2009, began his career in the CEV Championship, in the 125cc class, on an Aprilia RSW and hand Hype Energy-Gobayu, team of great professionals like Juan Llansa or Xavier Queixalos. Murcia will be remembered in the history of Spanish motorcycling, as the first woman who has scored points in the 125cc class of the CEV. The driver has scored in four of the seven races. His best position was in Montmelo, crossing the finish line in seventh place. Ana has achieved in his first year in the CEV, a total of 26 points that have given the thirteenth position overall, an excellent result.
Sara Sánchez, runner Mediterranean Speed Championship and the Catalan in 80cc 2010, gave the jump to 125cc in the Cradle of Champions where he finished seventh. Este mismo fin de semana ha participado como invitada en la última carrera del CEV, Catalan met Saturday fourteen years, Minimum age to participate in the championship. With just a few hours on the Aprilia, Sara addition to finish the race has scored points, seventeenth position with two points. Hopefully this will serve to carve a niche for the season 2012.
María Herrera was proclaimed champion of Pre-Moto3 in the Mediterranean Speed Championship. Toledo has also managed to secure a place in the Red Bull Rookies Cup, Championship which takes place alongside the racing world. Although not yet confirmed their participation in this cup because it also has a place to play the CEV hand Monlau and directed by Alzamora, on a Moto3. For the Herrera family formation Mary is the most important and two championships in one season, can distract the driver must pay to studies.
Victoria Alcalá, 125cc champion in the Andalusian Speed Championship in the 2007 and the first woman to win a mixed competition in this sport, gave us the scoop early season. Almeria made known his return to the world of two wheels, after struggling against a meningitis that was away for a while. It has done in the CAV, on a 600cc Kawasaki Ninja and the hand of his inseparable team Córdoba Heritage. The pilot despite the season has unfortunate, between mechanical failures and injuries, He finished fifth overall with 79 points. His best finish was in Tabernas, crossed the finish line in fourth place.
Andrea Sibaja began in the world of motorcycling hand Córdoba Heritage. It has done in Motorhispania Cup, championship that runs along the CAV. The Cordoba has done very well for his debut, I finished in eighth place overall with a total of 55 points, getting his best result, quarter, in Jerez.
Sandra D. Jones, champion of the Pirelli Cup Féminas in 2010, managed to fulfill one of his dreams, participate in the Kawasaki Ninja Cup. The Catalan has lived a great experience, of which he has acquired extensive knowledge Insurance.
And finally, Elena Rosell, experienced pilot, beginning his second season in the category of Stockextreme, but half the season and when Valencia was doing some great results with his Kawasaki 1000cc, he was invited to replace Julian Simon on the world in Assen. The challenge was very complicated and was not the result we all wished we. But Jorge Martinez Aspar wanted to continue having it, both career Alcaniz, as for Cheste. A training mode for those careers, changed category in the CEV and went on to lead one of the Moto2 Team LaGlisse. In the dating world got a thirty-third in Alcaniz and fabulous twenty fifth in Cheste. Elena has become the first Spanish woman to participate in a global.
Thus ends one of the best seasons for female motorcycle.