Annie
Seel

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I'm racing 4-hour folkrace. We have an all-gilrs team called Killer Babes, 4 girls just having fun on a race track! Last Saturday we were n second place when our car started burning...

April 14th I will race my first race in a 8-hour race, but now in a "normal mens team". Hope it goes well!

 

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DOB: 9/5/1968
Birthplace: Sweden
Current Home: Sweden
Who started you: Myself
Biggest influence: stuntdriver Eddie Kidd
Women you admire: Jutta Kleinscmidt
Your encouragement: Dont bail out... Try it!

Description: Car racing is gender free. Motorcycling is a bit more physical. But if you love it - do it.

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Annie Seel, reigning womens Dakar Champion and “Rally Princess of Sweden”, is ready for her 5th start in the South America Dakar. The mission is to race for the victory again and defend her title – the statement is the essence of Annie’s determination. 

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Annie Seel, reigning womens Dakar Champion and “Rally Princess of Sweden”, is ready for her 5th start in the South America Dakar. The mission is to race for the victory again and defend her title – the statement is the essence of Annie’s determination.

She proved this in her first Dakar Rally in 2002, reaching the podium first in class despite a broken hand, engine trouble and sand storms. Since then she has raced 17 World Cup rallies and offroad races around the world – never ever quitting one: Annie holds a unique finishing rate of 100 percent.

The Dakar 2002 was one of the toughest, only 33 percent finished. Annie survived and classified 54th general, also winning the “Production 400? class in her first Dakar-attempt. She refused to with-draw when the going got tough. Defying hardship like; a fractured right hand and bruised leg, trapped a night in the desert with technical problems during sand and rain storms, she made it to the podium in Dakar.

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