The first champion in was Justine Monnier, who went on to considerable success in the Promotion and Elite classes. This was not her first Andros experience; in , she was part of the Andros Academy, aged She was driving a Mazda3, for the works Mazda team, sharing the car with Olivier Panis. In , she won the Ladies’ title again, and was 16th in the main Trophy, running in the Invitation class. This helped Team WRT to the team prize. Her first mixed season was in the Promotion class. Posted by Rachel H-G at
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The team retained her for the season, and she was eighth this time. She was driving a Mazda3, for the works Mazda team, sharing the car with Olivier Panis.
Her car was a Dacia Lodgy. Women in motorsport from to the present day. The successful recruits were from a number of backgrounds, from models and TV presenters to some who had a little motorsport experience already.
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The list of winners is as follows: Her best race result was third in Andorra. Her best result was third, in Inshe won the Ladies’ title again, and was 16th in the main Trophy, running in the Invitation class.
Her car was a Renault Clio and her team-mate was Marlene Broggi.
The first champion in was Justine Monnier, who went on to considerable success in the Promotion and Elite classes. She was eighteenth overall. Emilie Faure – entered the Andros Trophy during the season, driving in the Elite Pro class.
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She was 21st overall in the championship. Her first mixed season was in the Promotion class. The field of competitors was large and the driving standards were variable, but competition was fierce.
Berenice Demoustier – drove in the Promotion and Elite classes of the Andros Trophy in the season. The male “professionals” were not used. Her car was a Renault Clio. This was not her first Andros experience; inshe was part of the Andros Academy, aged For the season, she was 59th in the main championship.
She won one race, at Val Thorens, and was fourth in the championship. She returned to mixed Andros Trophy competition in and Her best overall finish was 18th at Lans en Vercors.
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This helped Team WRT to the team prize. Despite being registered for the championship, she only competed in a couple of rounds, the best of these being an eleventh place at Alpe d’Huez. A good proportion of the field came from the French womens’ autocross championship Sprint Girlsincluding the winner, Marine Mercier. Driving for the same team, she was 19th inand 25th in Her best finish, a third place, came at Alpe d’Huez.
Inshe drove a Fiat Stilo for the Racing Passion team in the Elite class, and was 29th in the championship. Previously, she has been active in rallying, seemingly as a co-driver, and she may also have competed in autocross or kart-cross.