Women in Motorsport
Motorsport is one of the few sporting activities in which men and women can compete alongside each other on equal terms, and in recent years, the number of women involved across all sectors of motorsport has increased.
Motorsport UK is committed to increasing female participation within the sport, as a competitor, volunteer or within the industry by raising awareness of the huge range of opportunities available to women and promoting gender equality in motorsport to the general public.
Girls on Track UK is an initiative to inspire girls and women into seeing and believing that there is a rightful and valuable place for them in the motorsports industry. This is done through events for girls, community networking group and the opportunity to meet successful women in the motorsport industry through inspirational virtual events.
British Women Racing Drivers Club
The BWRDC was founded in 1962 by Mary Wheeler MBE, who aimed to encourage and promote women in all forms of motorsport. Membership of the Club allows women to tap into its wealth of experience in addition to numerous other benefits. For further information visit www.bwrdc.co.uk.