The engines are warming up in sight of the European motorcycle racing big event: from this year, the European Championship will take place just in one final at Albacete (Spain) on the 12th of October and it will be organized by UEM and promoted by...
The engines are warming up in sight of the European motorcycle racing big event: from this year, the European Championship will take place just in one final at Albacete (Spain) on the 12th of October and it will be organized by UEM and promoted by Dorna and FGSport. The strongest European riders, winners of the respective National Championships, will fight for the title of European Champion in this race, in front of an exceptional audience including MotoGP and SBK promoters.
This is a great opportunity for the riders of the European Women's Championship: to compete in the last race of the Championship inside this event of high international importance and get themself noticed by important media and operators.
All the riders, both the ones already listed in the Female Championship standings and the wild cards who will compete just in the Spanish race (it's possible to require a one-event promotional licence to the UEM: please send asap your details to email@example.com) - will be able to take part in the final of the EWC.
While in the Superstock 1000 the German Nina Prinz is really close to the title, having 18 point of advantage on the Italian Lara Cordioli, in the Superstock 600 class the Czeck Marketa Janacova and the Dutch Iris Ten Katen, both of them with 45 points, will dispute the title in this last race, even with a large number of other contenders not yet mathematically out of the picture, as the young Slovenian Tina Katrasnik, the Hungarian Nikolett Kovacs and the Italian Sharon Mermet.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for the riders and the teams to finish the racing season with a special prize: to race in front of the international motorcycling protagonists and show to everybody (the promoters confirmed a remarkable television coverage) the level achieved by the female motorcycling in the last years.