FIM Ladies’s World Championship: American Dobbs In Prime 5 At Cremona Take a look at – Roadracing World Journal


© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.





From a press launch issued by FIM Ladies’s Circuit Racing World Championship (WorldWCR):

WorldWCR motion kicks off in Cremona

It was an eventful first day of motion for the WorldWCR subject in Italy, with rain falling within the afternoon as riders put together for the 2024 marketing campaign

The primary collective monitor motion for the FIM Ladies’s Circuit Racing World Championship came about on the Cremona Circuit in Italy, with Ana Carrasco (Evan Bros Racing Yamaha Staff) benefiting from dry situations within the morning to finish the day on high. With rain falling within the afternoon, occasions didn’t enhance after the second session which allowed the Spaniard to safe P1 on Day 1 of the take a look at.

With the season beginning at Misano in a month, the take a look at will show precious for the grid to get accustomed to their Yamaha R7 machines and Pirelli tyres even with moist situations impacting Day 1.

The most effective occasions of the day have been set within the morning as rain fell and thunder blared at round 14:00 Native Time (UTC+2), forcing everybody to swap from Pirelli’s slick tyres to the moist tyres. It meant Carrasco, the 2018 WorldSSP300 Champion, was quickest on Day 1 with a 1’45.949s, 4 tenths away from 19-year-old Lucy Michel (TSL-Racing) in second. Third place belonged to Adela Ourednickova (DafitMotoracing), who set a 1’47.250s to spherical out the highest three.

Regardless of rain falling within the afternoon, the WorldWCR subject took benefit to check the Yamaha R7 in moist situations. Michel was the primary rider to move out within the third session, adopted shortly by Ornella Ongaro (Yamaha Motoxracing WCR Staff) and Nicole Van Aswegen (Andalaft Racing).

The quickest time got here from Chun Mei Liu (WT Racing Staff Taiwan) within the fourth session as she posted a 1’54.139s, solely 0.138s away from Mallory Dobbs (Sekhmet Bike Racing Staff) in second after she set a 1’54.277s. Third place went to Tayla Relph (TAYCO Motorsport), who was a second away from Mei Liu’s time, but in addition nearly 1.5 seconds sooner than Astrid Madrigal (ITALIKA Racing FIMLA) in fourth.

WorldWCR testing continues on Friday on the Cremona Circuit.


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