Motorsport always been a men dominate sports you hardly ever heard about the female racers.Over the time there have been numerous amazing female bikers,but they all remain unmarked .
Here are 5 astonishing female bikers all around the globe who shares the passion for riding motorbikes.
Ana Carrasco is a Spanish motorcycle racer, she is only female competitor in MotoGP.
She made her debut on Team Kalvo KTM at the age of 16 and later that year in Malaysia she became the first female bike racer to achieve points in Moto3.
She who won the 2018 World Supersport 300 Championship riding a Kawasaki Ninja 400 with the David Salom Junior Team.
She becoming the first woman in history to win a World Championship in solo motorcycle road racing.
Jenny Tinmouth is an English motorcycle racer.
She is the current female Isle of Man TT lap record holder, breaking the record during her first ever TT in 2009 and gaining a Guinness World Record for this achievement.
She then re-broke her own lap record during her second TT in 2010, with an average lap speed of 119.945 mph, gaining another Guinness World Record.
Jenny ran her own racing team known as Two Wheel Racing with Manx Glass & Glazing Ltd in support for the 2013 British Superbike Championship and today she runs her own team named Jenny Tinmouth Racing.
Maria Costello MBE
Marie Costello was only female motorcycle racer with the prestigious title Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) after her name ,which means she was really special.
She held a Guinness World Record for being the fastest female rider to lap the Isle of Man TT course at an average speed of 114.73 mph and was the first female to get on the podium on the famous mountain course.
Alongside this she’s also managed to accomplish being a Sports personality of the year, a published author, a character in a video game and even a stunt double in a Hollywood movie.
Costello has won a total of eight Manx Grand Prix Silver Replicas and one TT Bronze Replica and she is also a part of the Federation Internationale de Motorcyclist (FIM) Women in Motorcycling Commission .
Laia Sanz, is a Spanish sportswoman. She is a thirteen-time Women’s Trial World Champion and ten-time Women’s Trial European Champion in outdoor motorcycle trials.
Sanz has also dominated the Dakar Rally by becoming the woman who has completed more times the hardest race all over the world in motorbikes.
In 2011, she participated for the first time in the Dakar Rally winning the Female motorcycle category.
She gets an 9th absolute position at her fifth dakar.
Jane Daniels from the UK is one of the rising stars in the enduro racing.
She has earned her tag of UK’s number one female enduro rider , Jane has emerged as one of the most serious female enduro riders in the world.
She fought her way up to earn the overall second position in Women’s Enduro World Cup in 2013 and winning the final race in France beating Laia Sanz.
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