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Ludivine Puy 1st Ever Female World Champion Motorcycle Enduro

27
September
2010
  Posted at 08:30:00 AM
  File under  Racing Female
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Ludivine Puy Push up gasgas
Former Dakar racer, police officer and expert off-road/enduro motorcycle racer (see related articles below), Ludivine Puy Open link in a new window is not only an incredible great enduro racer, she is pretty with a warm smile and has a great sense of humor.

Last weekend, at the 2010 FIM Enduro World Championship race (link Open link in a new window) in Noiretable, France, she won the first ever Female World Champion Enduro title. This is the first time FIM has awarded this title.

The title was the final crowning after having become this year's Enduro Champion of France (E3), European Champion and now World Champion.

On her GasGas Open link in a new window motorcycle, Ludivine Puy has managed to capture almost all races she has participated in this year.

Puy: "I really prepared for this event. I must confess that I am from Picardy, and driving in the mud has never been a problem for me. I've been riding for a long time and this is my first world title. It is a reward for my parents, my family and my partners. I am very proud and I hope to keep the number 1 plate for as long as possible. "

This weekend's race also saw Antoine Meo take his first World Champion E1 title, and Mike Ahola took the E2 title.

David Knight already arrived at the event holding the E3 title, so in the E3 there was little suspense to be had.



Ludivine Puy Airborn




Via: FIM



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