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TEAM ONE ONE FOUR KAWASAKI

TEAM ONE ONE FOUR KAWASAKI

Team One One Four Kawasaki of rider/owner Livia Lancelot enters its fourth year of operation in the FIM Ladies World Motocross Championship as defending champions after an outstanding 2016 campaign.

The elegant 29 year old from the outskirts of Paris has had a long association with Kawasaki, having won the inaugural FIM Ladies World Championship in 2008 with the marque before taking a multiple year sabatical from the series, during which time she promoted the lime green machinery in a range of competition including the Californian X-Games and the famous Le Touquet beach race as well as being invited by promoter Youthstream to contest a number of Grands Prix against the men, sensationally scoring a world championship point in Thailand three years ago.

Team One One Four Kawasaki of rider/owner Livia Lancelot enters its third year of operation in the FIM Ladies World Motocross Championship in search of a second title to add to that won in 2008. The elegant 28 year old from the outskirts of Paris has had a long association with Kawasaki, winning the inaugural Ladies World Championship in 2008 with the marque. For several years she has promoted the green machinery in a range of competition including the Californian X-Games and the famous Le Touquet beach race as well as being invited by promoter Youthstream to contest a number of Grands Prix against the men, sensationally scoring a world championship point in Thailand two years ago. After riding in the colours of Bud Racing for several years, Livia made the brave decision to establish her own team and is naturally being supported in her efforts by Kawasaki Motors Europe. The team name One One Four reflects the career racing number which Livia has carried since her days racing youth motocross.