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Elena Myers is caught on film for the first time riding Suzuki's 2011 GSV-R MotoGP bike in this unique Team Suzuki Racing video kindly supplied by MotoGP organisers Dorna and its official MotoGP website:
The 17-year-old American - who finished fifth in this season's AMA West Division SuperSport Championship - was invited by Suzuki to put in five laps of the Indianapolis circuit on Thursday in the lead-up to this weekend's MotoGP 12th round.
Myers became the first female racer to win an AMA Pro road-race when she took victory at the AMA Pro SuperSport event at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma in 2010. This season, she recorded a podium finish at Barber Motorsports Park plus five more top-five finishes - despite missing two rounds due to injury.
To see the video, follow this link to the Team Suzuki News Service website: