The MSA is committed to supporting women in motor sport and creating female role models to inspire the next generation. The first two intakes of the MSA Academy’s AASE programme have included female students, while the Go Motorsport initiative – aimed equally at both sexes – is backed by 2009 Ginetta Junior Champion Sarah Moore, as well as television presenters Louise Goodman and Vicki Butler-Henderson.
MSA Women in Motorsport Group
Bringing more women of all ages into the sport as competitors, officials and volunteers is the key objective of the MSA Women in Motorsport Group, which was created by the governing body in 2007. The Group can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org and comprises the following members:
Sue Sanders – Chairman
Cheryl Lynch (MSA Race, Speed, & Kart Executive)
Tracey Louise Muir (MSA National Coordinator for the FIA WMC)
Aggie Foster (International rally co-driver)
Carol Glenn (Club official and marshal)
Sandra Tomlin (Hill Climb competitor)
Pam Hartill (Club secretary and marshal)
Karen Spencer (Club official and marshal)
Beth Blythe (Competitor and marshal)
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 motor sport. Membership of the Club allows women to tap into its wealth of experience, in addition to carrying numerous other benefits. For further information, visit www.bwrdc.co.uk.