The pilot KH-7 has achieved this Sunday in the French town of Brioude his third title of female enduro, that joins the 13 made in the Trial World Championship.
Enduro season closes with a double victory in the Grand Prix and a total of seven wins in eight races.
Broad win big. The pilot KH-7 has added his third crown Enduro World Champion Female after also winning the second race of Grand Prix specialty, in Brioude. With this new success, and 13 entorchados de trial, Reaches Sanz 16 World Titles, a record figure in motorsports that exceeds 15 Giacomo Agostini trophies and even the 16 Toni Bou from having just a week ago.
Riding a Honda CRF250, of Corbera de Llobregat has proved intractable throughout the weekend, clinching victory in the last two qualifying races of the season, a total of 11 Special earned from 14 possible. Has yielded only a partial victory in Friday's Super Test, in a special Saturday and twice sleeve held this Sunday.
Although yesterday and left the title for judgment and now needed only a 11th place to prolong its reign in the female enduro, Laia Sanz has again shown his maverick nature. He has put aside calculator and it has been proposed to cross the finish line before anyone, something that has been done with an exact margin of one minute on the British Jane Daniels, second, and one minute 11 seconds over Australian Jessica Gardiner, third.
In this way, pilot KH-7 closes the season with 7 victories 8 racing. Only escaped the win in the second round of the GP of Sweden, in mid-June, although it took a lot to win the first race, two like Finland, al no estar recuperada de una lesión.
Yet, the already 16 times world champion motorcycle has closed the championship enduro 157 points, 18 Daniels and more 43 than Gardiner. It is the second trophy this year gets Catalan. The first was in January, in the Dakar Rally, where he won the women's motorcycle again and finished 16th absolute position in an extraordinary.
Laia Sanz: “I am very happy. At the end do not think any figures, but you want to win this year, mainly because it has been a very difficult year with elbow injury. Ha sido un campeonato mucho más sufrido de lo que pueda parecer. En Finlandia y Suecia llevaba meses sin tocar la moto. The operation could not be one hundred percent and suffered much. It is true that I won three of the four days, but having a bad, without good times. In return, here in France I felt very well, especially yesterday, and have noticed that the last two months I have been able to train. Today I also had a good pace, although I had a small problem in a buffer and maybe was not so comfortable. Anyway, I am very happy ".
Source: Mediage Communication