Emma Milesevic will continue her dream to win the Australian Off Road Championship in 2020 under a new agreement with the Penrite Honda Racing Team.
Emma finished the 2019 championship in 2nd place overall and is hoping to improve following her rookie season.
“Last year was my first full season and I learnt a lot. I have been practicing and training hard in the off-season and I hope I can improve on last year’s results”.
Milesevic has spent the off-season training and coaching others. She enjoys giving back to riders who want to improve their skill, especially young girls.
“I want to inspire more girls and women to race and ride. If I can help them improve their skills and confidence it’s a good thing and its equally rewarding for me” said Milesevic.
Emma’s father Nick and her Aunty Olivia both raced and she wants to make the family proud as she is aware of how much has been sacrificed to give her the opportunity race.
“I do it for them as much as I do it for myself. My mum and dad have given up a lot so I can race. The new contract with the factory team will help a lot and it has enabled me to focus more racing. My dad gave my aunty (his sister) the same opportunities. He has been a big part of this and I hope together with Penrite Honda we can win a championship” concluded Emma.
Emma Milesevic will race the first two rounds of the AORC this weekend in Queensland.