We met her as a child, when on a trial bike she started winning tests and championships, adding up to fourteen world championships. As the discipline was too small for him, he moved on to Enduro, where he continued to add up to six more world titles. But that girl who got used to beating the boys from a young age and who was already the only winner, wasn't enough either and decided to do the Dakar. Once he had tasted the desert sand on two wheels, it was clear that he also wanted to try it in cars, which, after all, smell of petrol the same as motorbikes and can be gassed just the same. And here appears the current Laia Sanz, teammate of Carlos Sainz in the most famous test in the world, who has finished the thirteen times she has competed. But who is behind the pilot?
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