After the exciting debut at Mugello, the Women’s European Cup is preparing to face the second round of the season, always alongside the 'ELF CIV. The riders enrolled in the new all-female trophy, great news for the 2020 racing season, will take to the track at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli and for the occasion will face not one, but two races.

The great battle for victory seen in Tuscany, with Beatriz Neila Santos beating Roberta Ponziani and Alexandra Pelikanova only on the last lap, has excited the entire paddock and all fans and now the hope is to see a great show in Misano. On the Romagna circuit, moreover, they will make their debut in the Women’s European Cup the Italian Eugenia De Luigi and the Australian Grace Poutch and Sharni Pinfold. The three new entries will run in the trophy starting from the stage of Romagna and the number of nations represented will rise to 7: Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Estonia, Chile, United States and Australia. The entry of De Luigi, Poutch and Pinfold (the latter from the good past in the British Moto3 Championship) will help to raise the level of the trophy and will consolidate the international character, already certified by the patronage of FIM Europe.

With these premises and recalling the emotions experienced at Mugello, the world of motorcycling looks forward to the second round of the Women’s European Cup. The girls will compete already Saturday, July 25 at 17:10, then return to the track on Sunday 26 July at 10:50. Both races will be broadcast live on MS Motor TV (channel 227 of Sky) and streamed on the site