Road Racing fans everywhere will know that Anita Buxton became the first woman to win a major British Road Race when she won the 400cc class at the Ulster Grand Prix last year. She is pictured above both during and after that epic success. This is the high point so far of a career that began in 1991 at Snetterton. Inspired as so many riders have been by Joey Dunlop Anita has raced at most of the English short circuits and with a certain amount of success, scoring a 2nd in a KRC championship in the mid 90s. It was around that time that she became interested in pure Road Racing and began her career of rides in the Isle of Man and in Ulster. Dundrod remains her favourite circuit, unsurprising in view of the great win last year, and the fact that it was Joey's home track. Latterly the Martin Bullock Race Team has been associated with Anita, who will be MBR's sole entrant at the North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix. She joins the rest of the Bullock team at the TT where she will compete in the Superbike and Superstock classes on a 1000cc Suzuki. She will ride the two Supersport races on a CBR 600RR supplied through Kev Spurr of SS tuning from Nottingham. MBR have launched a stylish range of clothing for Anita which is featured on the MBR website www.mbr.co.tt for all fashion conscious women to purchase if they so wish!! Fastrackimages extends its congratulations to Anita Buxton and wishes her all the best for 2005.