Sauber’s test driver and GP3 racer sets her eyes for Formula 1 in the future and aims end a four-decade drought since a woman last raced within the sport.
Dare To Be Different
Susie Wolff took Dare to be Different to the Buckmore Park karting circuit last month, to great success
Channel 4 Formula 1 presenter Lee McKenzie signs up with initiative aiming to increase the participation of women in motorsport.
With the heated topic of Grid girls being under review for next season’s FIA Formula 1 World Championship, is it time to end the tradition or stick with it for 2018?
Dare To Be Different, the Racing initiative founded by Susie Wolff in order to encourage more female participation in motorsport, will enjoy a fuller calendar in 2017.
The Dare to be Different campaign, which is designed to get females involved in motorsport will be holding an event at the 2016 Wales Rally GB.
Dare To Be Different hosts their second event at Nutts Corner Circuit, Northern Ireland to inspire local schoolgirls.
The Dare To Be Different initiative is going from strength to strength, as further big names get onboard.
Dare To Be Different host their first event at Daytona Sandown to inspire schoolgirls about the motorsport industry.
Ruth Buscombe joins Dare To Be Different as an Ambassador for women, showcasing the variety of opportunities for women in motorsports
Toto Wolff believes Susie Wolff would have been good enough to race in Formula 1 if she had the chance.