Sara Garcia heads to FIM Baja World Cup Round 1 in Portugal this weekend

Sara Garcia heads to FIM Baja World Cup Round 1 in Portugal this weekend

Sara Garcia heads to FIM Baja World Cup Round 1 in Portugal this weekend racing in Bike category on board Pont Grup Yamaha  YZF250.

Map Baja TT do Pinhal Courtesy Escuderia Castelobranco

Competing in Women’s class which consists of just 2 females, Sara enters 2 days of racing across total of 328kms amongst 51 motorcycles, 15 quads and 63 SSV registered for the event.

Sara Garcia Dakar Rally 2020 Stage 3 Photo Credit: ASO

Having completed 2020 Dakar Rally in ‘Unassisted Category’ finishing in 22nd place, Sara has all will-power, self-discipline and courage to tackle challenges ahead in first World Rally since all racing was put on hold in March 2020.

Making most of down-time through-out lock-down the Spanish rider controls mental focus by daily physical fitness sessions, yoga, mountain climbing, track riding, bike testing, guest appearances promoting career along with relax time in natural landscapes of beach, bush and fresh air.

FIM Baja World Cup Round One September 11-13th Portugal                                                                             Round Two November 5-7th Portugal

Words: Sharon Cox.

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