The two-time FIM Women's World Cup Champion will be running the #3 Team Green Kawasaki KX250F at the WMA Cup. Prumm earned the WMA number three after contending only four of the six WMA Pro Nationals in 2006. She swept the first three motos of the '06 championship and won the Thunder Valley round. The 19-year-old New Zealander will race Ashley Fiolek for the first time and other top pro racers like Tarah Gieger, Sarah Whitmore, Vanessa Florentino and many others for the first time this year.
The WMA Cup continually draws women from all over the globe to race the unique event that features multiple girls and women's class and the highest paying women's pro purse. Early international entries for '07 include:
Katherine Prumm New Zealand (Pro)
Sayaka Kaneshiro Japan (Pro)
Elin Mann Sweden (Pro)
Alexandra Lopez Soliman- Honduras
Galina Vakulenio Russia
Nanda Swiegers South Africa
Nicole Davis Austrailia
Anita Hauksdottir - Iceland
Theodora Heimisdottir - Iceland
Karen Arnadottir - Iceland
Bjork Erlingsdottir - Iceland
Margret Mjoll Sverrisdottir - Iceland
Patrizia Colombo Italy
Ami Houde Canada
Tracy Rowan Canada
Beverly Bryce-Leger Canada
Angie Parker Canada
Melanie Wallace Canada
Megan Ring - Canada
The WMA Drill Tech Cup is also sponsored by VP Fuels, Polisport, Powermadd, Dunlop Tires, Kawasaki, Honda Rider's Club of America, Alpinestars, and Thor MX Gear.
For more information on the WMA Cup visit www.wmaracing.com
About the WMA:
Women's Motocross Association, Inc. (WMA) is an Oregon-based company dedicated to the promotion and development of women's motocross with an emphasis on the promotion of women's professional motocross and creating opportunities for women professional racers. The WMA organizes and promotes the AMA/WMA National Motocross Championship, which determines the WMA Pro Champion, and the WMA Cup the largest women¹s motocross event in history.
In addition the WMA works with the media to create greater exposure for women's motocross. All WMA events are AMA Sanctioned.