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International Women’s Day

A year ago, with my friends of the social photographic team “A Vision Of”, I was very lucky to meet Marta Suria, a car race pilot. In Spain to be car race pilot being a woman is very uncommon. In such a special date like today I’m so glad sharing with all of you this pictures (taken during last year between April and September). This is my little homage to all working women.

 

This tough job is Marta’s passion. The support and patronage is vital. I linked Marta’s social networks. If you want to know and follow Marta Suria career just press bellow.:

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marta-Suria/152173244815237

https://twitter.com/martasuria

 

If you want see the working women’s exposition of the social photographic team “A Vision Of” just click bellow:

 

https://avisionof.wordpress.com/category/sin-genero-de-duda/

https://www.facebook.com/aAVisionOf

Marta concentrates right before getting out to drive in the last race of Challenge Clio Cup Endurance.

Marta concentrates right before getting out to drive in the last race of Challenge Clio Cup Endurance.

 

 

 

Physical and mental pressure during the race is maximum. They risk the championship in every lap.

Physical and mental pressure during the race is maximum. They risk the championship in every lap.

 

Marta is supporting her team colleague, Gonzalo de Andrés. Coordination between them is essential to achieve the victory.

Marta is supporting her team colleague, Gonzalo de Andrés. Coordination between them is essential to achieve the victory.

 

She has won, again, the championship. But, no matter the score, just the fact of be racing another year is a great triumph.

She has won, again, the championship. But, no matter the score, just the fact of be racing another year is a great triumph.

 

 

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