Although Laia Sanz – Repsol Montesa has already been crowned the 2011 FIM Women’s Trial World Champion, the twenty-five year old remains one hundred percent committed to producing a strong performance at the final round of the series this Friday. Arriving in the scenic town of Tolmezzo in north-eastern Italy, the eleven times FIM Women’s Trial World champion has a busy schedule ahead of her with the FIM Women’s Trial des Nations taking place the day after the conclusion of the Women’s series.
Despite her hectic timetable, the seasoned campaigner feels that she is capable of producing two strong performances and claiming victory remains her top priority.
“For sure the pressure has been lifted for me now and I am quiet at the moment. I won the championship in the Czech Republic, but I am not someone who likes to rest. I always want to give maximum effort to every race and I will fight to win the Trial this weekend.”
“We have the Trial des Nations on the same weekend and I want to make two good days of riding. The Trial des Nations is an important event and means a lot to me so I want to win that for Spain too. I don’t think there is any problem with riding two days, I will fight all the time and think I have a good chance to win the final round on Friday.”