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News18/06/2008


Prinz extends her lead with an outstanding performance at Assen

Nina Prinz



In the second round of the Women’s Road Racing European Championship at the TT circuit of Assen Nina Prinz again showed her class leading abilities on her Yamaha YZF-R1. As with the first round, there was no real competition for the German Yamaha rider. The reigning European champion from Mannheim / Leutkirch was quickest all weekend, and never looked as if she was going to struggle with the competition.

In the qualifying sessions, the Superstock Yamaha YZF-R1 proved it’s superior abilities in the hands of the German rider, she went on to set a new women’s record with an impressive 1’44.2. time, setting her up for pole position for the race.

On race day Nina dominated from the start, leaving the pack behind and running her own race from the front. The Yamaha rider went on to take the win with a comfortable 20 second lead over second place rider Italian Lara Cordioli (MV Augusta). Third place went to Dutch rider Bernice Sangers (Ducati).

The final round will be held on the 12th October in Albacete, Spain. Nina Currently leads the championship with 50 points, followed by second ranked Lara Cordioli on 33 points.


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Michael Galinski (Team Manager – Team Yamaha Motor Company)
“Nina is exceptional and for sure the fastest woman on two wheels. She finds her Yamaha R1 easy to handle, we know that she can keep winning races in the future. It was a perfect weekend, with pole in qualifying and a perfect win in the race. We are happy that she’s riding for our team!”

Nina Prinz
“The meeting at the TT-Circuit in Assen was again very successful for me. The weather was nice and we were able to find a good setup quite fast, so we could concentrate on trying different race tyre compounds afterwards. In the second qualifying we found a tyre I felt very confident with and that helped me take the pole-position very easily.

The weather on Sunday wasn’t as nice as on Saturday and 15 minutes before the race a short rain-shower came up. Luckily with the start of the race the track was dry again and we could go on dry-tyres. I had a really good start and could go in front from the first corner. With a row of fast laps I could reach a gap of about 15 sec, which I kept until the end of the race. The team and I are very happy with the result and we hope to continue like this!”


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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-19-2008, 08:14 AM
 
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Yay!
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See a girl can be fast in more than one way
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I don´t know if they changed anything but usually it is only gals in the European Women´s Road Racing series.

Nina Prinz is really fast though. Her pole time of 1.44.2 would have put her 24th out of the 40th that qualified for the European Superstock 1000 event that was held during the WSBK event.



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LOL Yeah I saw it was WOMENS racing still cool tho!
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she's quick forsure. As far as women roadracers go tho I'm a big fan of Boucher on our series here, bit of a grass roots thing, If you don't follow that series I doubt you'll even know who she is. But she runs pro600 (Daytona Superbike) and superbike (which she runs on her 600) and generally does fairly well in both, despite not having the gear. I like that she doesn't hid behind lack of equipment or the fact that she's got tits, she just goes out and kicks ass.

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Hell yes for ass kicking women!!!
You guys have heard of that little 14 year old chick on the ninja 650R right? Her name starts with an E or something?
14...damn I need to get to the track ASAP
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You guys have heard of that little 14 year old chick on the ninja 650R right? Her name starts with an E or something?
14...damn I need to get to the track ASAP
I guess you mean Elena Myers. She is really good but I think she should have stayed on the 125GP bikes and got in to teh Red Bull Rookies Cup because that would have been a good way to go to GPs.

At Assen this past weekend they raced 600s as well and Czech ex. 125GP wild card Marketa Janacova took the win.


Two of the more succesful female riders were Taru Rinne of Finland and Katja Poensgen from Germany who both have raced in GPs. Taru Rinne was followed by Heta Lauslehto who regularly beat not only her brothers but all of the male Nordic Roadracers en route to several Nordic Championships.


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that is really awesome!
I need to follow womens racing more!
I mean, I knew it was happening but I didnt know when, where, what, who.
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that is really awesome!
I need to follow womens racing more!
I mean, I knew it was happening but I didnt know when, where, what, who.
I had no idea it existed, crazy... just how the WNBA just kind of came out of no where to me.
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I don´t know if they changed anything but usually it is only gals in the European Women´s Road Racing series.

Nina Prinz is really fast though. Her pole time of 1.44.2 would have put her 24th out of the 40th that qualified for the European Superstock 1000 event that was held during the WSBK event.
That's what I meant bud...put her with the men and it would open a few eyes


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that is really awesome!
I need to follow womens racing more!
I mean, I knew it was happening but I didnt know when, where, what, who.
European Womens Cup's home page is:
http://www.motocicliste.net/ewcup/default.asp

I was at the race in Assen. The girls did have the biggest interest by media and the public! The public didnt care so much for the Dutch Superbike this race. They did get home after the women cup. Nina Prinz is realy fast. She do take points in the German IDM-SBK when riding there. But she dont have any one to race against in the EWC1000. In the 600 class they are more faster riders that race agianst each others. Marketa did lap maybe 2 seconds slower on her 600cc then Nina did on her 1000cc. But that was maybe 5-7 seconds faster than the second fastest girl in 1000cc. Marketa did have Iris Ten Katen close after her all the race.

I think Nina Prinz did race in the ONK-SBK this weekend also. Dont know the result. But think she was in the points there to.

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Nina Prinz is racing in the German IDM series this weekend.
She is 16th out of 41 starting in the SBK class. Right on the tails of Michael Schumacher and beating the two Sweds Lundh and Björk who are racing as wild cards.


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Second qualifying just finnish at IDM-SBK in Sachenring. Nina did finnish 12:th of 41. 1,6 sec from pole. Schumacher on 16:th place.
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Full times from the SBK Qualifying.
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Current Session: IDM Superbike 1. + 2. Zeittraining
Pos Nr. Name Best
1 1 Bauer 1:25.274
2 71 Daemen 1:25.875
3 13 Meklau 1:25.885
4 14 Stamm 1:25.944
5 2 Andersen 1:26.075
6 11 Teuchert 1:26.079
7 53 Lammert 1:26.140
8 73 Zaiser 1:26.409
9 32 Giuseppetti 1:26.413
10 88 Gieseler 1:26.598
11 76 Knobloch 1:26.736
12 21 Prinz 1:26.911
13 93 Kellner 1:26.992
14 65 Björk 1:27.061
15 75 Rizmayer 1:27.183
16 77 Schumacher 1:27.372
17 49 Pawelec 1:27.401
18 42 Vehniäinen 1:27.411
19 98 Skach 1:27.493
20 56 Lundh 1:27.574
21 20 Fröhlich 1:27.589
22 55 Depoorter 1:28.062
23 22 Withag 1:28.516
24 26 Grams 1:28.607
25 33 Berthelsen 1:28.687
26 25 von Hammerstein 1:28.698
27 27 Pölzleitner 1:28.760
28 50 Manz 1:28.806
29 59 Politiek 1:28.848
30 12 Eismann 1:28.929
31 24 Solberg 1:28.994
32 35 Kerkhoven 1:29.092
33 41 Cermak 1:29.114
34 64 Weihe 1:29.394
35 29 Lauridsen 1:29.416
36 44 Steuer 1:29.437
37 52 Rasmussen 1:29.799
38 62 van Looy 1:29.881
39 99 Cihak 1:30.543
40 91 Noss 1:31.176
41 39 Tettweiler 1:31.961


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BWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA

MS just got beat by a girl!!!

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