London Monday 11th August 2003 -- GirlRacer.co.uk, the leading Club for female car enthusiasts has teamed up with Susie Stoddart, the world's fastest female racing driver to support her in her quest to be the first successful British woman to ...
London Monday 11th August 2003 -- GirlRacer.co.uk, the leading Club for female car enthusiasts has teamed up with Susie Stoddart, the world's fastest female racing driver to support her in her quest to be the first successful British woman to compete for The F1 Title.
Susie Stoddart is currently the only woman competing in single seater racing in the UK, lying 10th in The Formula Renault 2003 Championship and is tipped to be a series contender for the 2004 Title.
In 2004, she will be with Championship winning team Motaworld in their number one seat and, says Susie, is really looking forward to getting her hands on lots of trophies
She is also doing a stint in the Formula Renault Championship in Florida in February and March 2004 -- to increase her profile in USA.
Her plan to reach F1 covers a season in Formula Renault in 2004; a move up to Formula 3 in 2005; and the top of the sport F1 in 2006.
Susie says: " I live for Motor Sport. When I am not racing in Championships I have a number of high profile jobs, which involve; training people to drive faster, and testing leading brand cars. At Palmer Sport, the world's best and fastest motor sport experience for general public our objective is to make the guest go as fast as possible in Clio, Evo, Vauxhall VX220 and, Palmer Jaguar cars."
"At Pro Driver, I work with Mercedes (A Class Launch), Audi, Vauxhall (Signum, Meriva) and other leading manufacturers explaining to their car dealers the selling points of the cars."
Gary Wood, Director of GirlRacer says: "I am delighted that GirlRacer has entered into a sponsorship deal with such a promising young racer such as Susie. The increase in membership numbers within GirlRacer shows that its not just about men and motors. We are happy to see Susie compete professionally in motor sport and hope her success will open the doors for other budding female racing drivers."