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IRIS TEN KATEN AND NINA PRINZ 2007 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS
The Women Road Racing European Championship ended yesterday, the 11th of
August, on the German track of Oschersleben, in front of more than 40.000 people
during the World event of 24 Hours Endurance.
In the class 600 cc., victory and 2007 European Champion title went to the Dutch Iris
Ten Katen (Honda), who preceded the young Slovenian Tina Katrasnik (Suzuki) and
the English Susie Grayson (Yamaha), all involved in a exciting race, together also with
the Italian Sharon Mermet (Honda) who fell in the last part of the race.
The final rankings of the European Championship see, behind Iris Ten Katen (70
points), the Italian Romana Fede with 43 points and Tina Katrasnik with 40 points.
Domination of the German Nina Prinz (Ducati) in the 1000 cc. class, with the Italian
Paola Cazzola (Yamaha) maintaining with no particular difficulties the second
position. Good performance on wet track, by the Italian Samuela De Nardi (Aprilia),
who, despite not perfect physical conditions due to a fall on Friday’s practices,
managed to arrive in third position.
The European Champion title of the 1000 cc. class went to Nina Prinz, who won all
the three rounds. Following with 56 points is Paola Cazzola and third Alessia Polita
with 49 points.
UEM Press Office
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