Who is Ana Carrasco

Ana has established herself as one of the world’s leading figures in female sport. She is the first woman ever to win a World Championship in motorcycle road racing; one of the few true “mixed sports”, where women and man compete for the same goal using the same equipment and in the same conditions. Her history feat has attracted unprecedented worldwide media interest. In an incredibly short time frame, Carrasco has become a popular sporting media personality and been on the agenda of National and Regional Civil Authorities being publically recognised and awarded high profile accolades in recognition of her unique talents. Ana is proud to be a proactive brand ambassador for high profile international brands including Pirelli, Hyundai, UCAM, Monster Energy and Midas, among others

Ana's History

Ana Carrasco Gabarrón was born on March 10, 1997 in Cehegín (Spain). She rode a motorcycle for the first time when she was just three years old and soon fell in love with the two wheeled machines. At 14, she debuted in the Spanish Championship (CEV) scoring points and, at the age of 16, became the first Spanish woman to score points in the Moto3 World Championship. She became the first woman ever to win a FIM WorldChampionship race and to set a fastest lap and pole position. She also has the honour to be the first woman to lead a world motorcycling championship, finally becoming champion at the end of the 2018 season, the first women ever to do so.