MotoGP » Moto3: Ana Carrasco is first female Moto3 rider

'I am very happy about this opportunity. To debut in the world championship is the dream of every rider' - Ana Carrasco

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November 22, 2012 2:56 PM

The stark contrast in the results of this team next year will be mind boggling.

Near last for Ana, wins and probably the championship for Maverick...

I don't care how bad her bike is in the current CEV series, if she only makes points in 3 races this year, not even talking of podiums, I can't see her cracking it at International level, unless she learns a lot from Maverick... And I mean A LOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!!

Would be cool if she does do well though.

JC Racing - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 8:46 PM

I wish I could also see the future, like some posters here. I'd be rich.

Taru Rinne was the reason for a lot of riders crashing back in the day. She was fast enough to have qualified on the front row and many a rider crashed trying not to get beat by a girl. If Carrasco learns a thing or two from Vinales we might see even more fireworks in the class next season.

mt - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 8:47 PM

three times in the points this year in the CEV.....
Surely another year in CEV with wins and podiums before going onto the world championship. Since when does "getting points" in a national championship mean moving onto the world championship? There would 1000 other riders around the world more deserving of this ride.

mt - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 3:45 AM

this has anything to do Rossi.

My point is, the TOP riders from national championships should go onto the world championship, NOT riders who have placed in the top 15 3 times in a season.
If a rider is not taking podiums and winning in national championships, they are not ready for the world championship

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