What an awesome night here in Melbourne celebrating all CAMS competitor’s achievements of 2018. It’s amazing to see how many different categories there were from hill climbing to circuit racing and many more! Was awesome to see more female racers this year and to see them achieve and excel, especially being in a male dominated sport. How awesome!! Coming from being in motorsport for over 13 years now, it’s not easy being a female and to achieve so much is such a great feeling
What a great year! We made it, as our team reflects on the highs and lows for 2019 consistancy was our main focus to taking out the Womans championship. The team worked endlessly to give me a competitive car with no mechanical failures. I would like to personally thank all my partners joining me on my journey this year. 2019 awaits for a bigger and better year.
Perfect conditions for the Shannons Nationals in Sydney. The National Breast Cancer Pink Ribbon was in full colour on the car supporting our partener Alka Power Australia releasing the new Pink Breast Cancer Foundation bottle. Being a non Supercar event we got in 3 practices getting some much needed testing we normally don't get. I also had the opportunity to be a passenger in Calum Jones’s Renault, was great see how he went around SMP from a different angle! The car ran fla
Back in May I had the opportunity to be chosen to go down to Melbourne and have a tour around the Nissan Motorsport workshop! I had a one on one with Simona, talking about all aspects of marketing, engineering, fitness, and much more and all the behind the scenes and what happens at the workshop before and after each supercars round. It was so fascinating to see what happens and how it all works and how all the drivers train before each race. Listening to Simona talk about ho
Racing the new track on the outskirts of Adelaide at “The Bend” was such an incredible experience. Finishing every race was one of my first goals for the weekend that I achieved. Winning the woman’s trophy was my other goal achieved! With only 1 point between me and the other female, the last race was very intense. With how I hard I pushed and trained for this round now proves to me it’s all worth it and I couldn’t be happier with my results! As well as making history as the
Amazing weekend in Hobart, with a 1 hour practice on the Thursday and 3 20 minute practices on the Friday helped with becoming confident on the track a lot easier. Qualified 11th which was an amazing start to the weekend. Race 1 finished 9th! First top 10 for the year. Race 2 finished 19th Due to being in an incident on the second last lap which snapped all steering arms but still got across the finish line. Race 3 got back up to 11th and race 4 finished 10th! And 11th for th
Gold Coast 600 has to be one of my favourite street tracks I’ve ever raced!
On the Friday I qualified 22nd out of 29! So happy with this result as I was the fastest girl on track and had heaps of speed which made me more confident for the first race. Race 1 starting out of 22nd position. It was very challenging and I was quite nervous as I was hitting high speeds of 195km/hr with cement walls around me. I pushed my elf up into 20th position but then clipped the tyre wall whi