WHAT IS YOUR ROLE/POSITION IN MOTORCYCLING?
Rider since 1986, Journalist since 2003 (permanent pass holder at the MotoGP since 2011) and Photographer since 2009. Best results obtained:
- 6th at the 8 Hours Endurance World Championship race at Losail in 2011 (Stock1000)
- Women's European Championship 3rd in 2008 (600cc)
- Point scorer in the European Championship amongst men (125GP)
- Podium finisher in the Alpe-Adria Championship (125GP)
- Multiple podium finisher in the Hungarian and in the Losal Asian Road Racing Championship amongst men
- Multiple female track record holder in Hungary
HOW DID YOU GET INTO MOTORCYCLING?
My parents used to be rally racer, so I got involved in motorsport basically when I was in the belly of my mom. :) I was 1.5 years old when I got my first electric bike and at age 4 my first real fuel-powered one.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE/ENJOY IN MOTORCYCLING?
Everything. :) The adrenaline, the people, the stories behind the results, the passion, the speed, the feeling when you reach the checkered flag after a race.
WHAT IS YOUR OBJECTIVE, YOUR GOAL?
As a rider I want to participate at a world championship race at least one more time. My dream is to have the chance to show again my real potential, what I couldn't do because of financial difficulties. As a journalist and photographer I would like to develop my digital magazine, GPspirit and later on to work in the MotoGP paddock with a team and not only as a freelance.
WHY WOULD YOU RECOMMEND MOTORCYCLING?
Because I believe that also women can be really successful in motorcycle racing if they get the same opportunities and background. Taru Rinne, Katja Poensgen, Laia Sanz, María Herrera etc. are the perfect examples for this and lots of us in lower levels. But apart from racing also women have the right to feel the freedom what riding means.
DO YOU HAVE A ROLE MODEL/MENTOR THAT ENCOURAGED YOU TO JOIN MOTORCYCLING?