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I think the major factor in women not QUITE competing at the same level as men MIGHT have to do with the age they develop an interest in racing. Now, PLEASE CORRECT ME AS I AM ONLY TYPING THIS AS I THINK IT, but as young boys we seem to immediately have a love for most things with an engine (Those who are that way inclined, there are guys too who could care less about motorsport or sport in general) and we tend to be watching F1, MotoGP and Superbikes with our dads, while moms (Again a generalisation) go on about how they can't se ethe point etc..
My point is, strength can't be that much of an issue (If you look at the size of Lorenzo, Pedrosa and Stoner). I think if we get MORE GIRLS ON BIKES AT A YOUNGER AGE, then we will see some girls REALLY take it to the guys...
We unfortunately don't get coverage of the BSB series in South Africa as I would love to follow the series more closely. I would love to go watch at the Mountain!!!