CCS Amateur Gendron-Belen Planning To Race In Mexico In 2023

CCS Amateur Gendron-Belen Planning To Race In Mexico In 2023

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Elisa Gendron-Belen:

Elisa Gendron-Belen caps amateur career 40 for 40 at her 2023 season finale at Daytona International Speedway with ASRA/CCS!

Elisa Gendron-Belen, wrapping up her final season as an amateur racer competed in 40 ASRA/CCS races this year on her Kawasaki Ninja 400, finishing on the podium in every race!   With 24 wins, 11 second-place finishes and five third-place finishes, Gendron-Belen has made it clear she is ready to move to the Expert class next year.  While at the Daytona round she participated in five races, with three wins and two seconds.

“I had positive expectations going into this season,” said Gendron-Belen.  “But, finishing the year with this type of success is very rewarding.  I can’t thank my family, sponsors and other supporters enough for the opportunity to follow my racing and career dreams.”

Gendron-Belen also competed in two rounds of the Italika Racing International Women’s Cup in Latin America, with a top-10 finish.  While a broken wrist from a training incident in August prevented her from racing in the last two rounds, the experience has left her with an appetite for more, and she plans to return to Mexico for each round and compete in the entire series in 2023.   She will also continue to campaign several classes as an Expert during the 2023 season in the ASRA/CCS series, both with her Kawasaki Ninja 400 and on her Aprilia RS 660.

 

Elisa Gendron-Belen with the trophies she earned during the ASRA/CCS Race of Champions at Daytona International Speedway. Photo courtesy Elisa Gendron-Belen.
Elisa Gendron-Belen with the trophies she earned during the ASRA/CCS Race of Champions at Daytona International Speedway. Photo courtesy Elisa Gendron-Belen.

 

Elisa is a sophomore Sport Management major at St. John Fisher University in Rochester, NY with a minor in International Studies.  The multi-lingual athlete plans a career in the motorsports industry.  She is looking forward to internship opportunities in the U.S. and abroad with race teams and motorsports suppliers and manufacturers.

Be sure to like or follow Elisa on social media

– Instagram: @racingclassy2

For more information and to schedule interviews with Elisa Gendron-Belen, email [email protected] or call 315-525-6935
Elisa is sponsored by:

New York Safety Track

EvolveGT

Charlie’s Chop Shop

Certified Knee Draggers

Bauce Racing

Bison Track Leathers

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