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Rider Profile: Angela Hiba
 
Angela Hiba
Angela Hiba
Hometown:  Brampton, Canada
Profession:  Executive Assistant
Years racing:  20
Status:  Expert
Race number:  31
Race bike:  1999 Honda RS125  (Red, black, and silver)
Team name:  AMH Motorsports
Sponsors:  Carrera Canada, Castrol Canada, EBC, NGK Canada, Braking USA, Pro Racing Fuels, Pro 6 Cycle, Forcefield, Pit Bull, Meri-Mac Graphics
Gear used:
Leathers:  Carrera
Helmet:  Shoei
Gloves:  Alpinestars
Boots:  XPD
Back protector:  Forcefield
Favorite track:  Mosport

Career highlights:  
2001 - 1st at Mosport in the Am 125 race, 4th at Mosport in the Am 250 race (on a 125), 6th place in the US GPRA Daytona, FL final

2002 - won the Canadian RACE Amateur 125 Championship (and set a lap record in the process), placed 2nd overall in the RACE Amateur 250 Championship (on a 125), placed 22nd overall in the North American Diablo Can-Am 125 Championship, and recipient of the Ray Beaton Memorial Cup, an Amateur 125 GP award.

2003 - 2nd overall in the Canadian RACE Pro 125 Championship, 6th overall in the North American Diablo Can-Am Championship. Recipient of the Colin Snyder "Hard Charger" Pro 125 GP award.

2004 - won the Canadian RACE Pro 125 Championship, and as a result made history by becoming the first woman to ever win a Professional Roadracing Championship; placed 3rd overall in the North American Durmach-Carrera Can-Am Championship with a season closer of an 8th place finish at the combined USGPRU/Can-Am final held at VIR.
 


2004 season stats

Race results
Track
125GP
250GP
 
Loudon
12th
11th
 
VIR
8th
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Point standings
 
125GP
250GP
 
East coast
33rd
37th
 
West coast
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National
36th
63rd