Beatriz Neila, champion of the Women's European SS300 Cup

The Madrilenian has made full of victories in the contest and has taken the title after winning on the imola circuit in the penultimate date of the championship.


Beatriz Neila was proclaimed this weekend the European champion of the first edition of the Women's European SS300 Cup after winning the penultimate round of the championship at the Enzo and Dino Ferrari Autodrome in Imola. The young rider has shone with her own light, winning all the World Championship events with her Yamaha R3, showing great superiority over her Italian rivals.

This is how happy Neila was once the race that gave her the first World Cup of her career was over: "I am super happy with this title. It is dedicated to all those who support me every day, especially to my family without whom this would have It was impossible. I also want to thank Luis d'Antín, who this year has been working hard as well as the whole team. "

The Women's European Cup is a new championship for young female riders that has started in 2020. It is sponsored by the Italian Motorcycle Federation and is organized by EMG Eventi and Moto X Racing, in turn responsible for the Yamaha R1 Cup and the Dunlop Cup. This project was born from the need to create a championship that promotes female motorcycling and represents the last step of the plan initiated by the Letizia Marchetti academy of female pilots.

However, on a grid full of Italians, it was the Madrid rider who took the title home. It is the culmination of a difficult year for Neila, because at the beginning of the year she was out of the Supersport 300 World Cup due to lack of financial support. Dedicated a lifetime to the world of motorcycles, she was the first woman to participate in the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp organized by Valentino Rossi and achieved a fourth place in the Spanish Supersport 300 Championship in 2018. And if that wasn't enough, Beatriz His first day of university begins today, where he will study Law and International Law, studies that he will combine with his sports calendar.

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