The Women's Introduction to Motorsport program is open to women, non-binary and gender diverse folk looking to get a start in motorsport.

The program covers off a range of topics and experiences, all designed for participants to experience motorsport for the first time and in the familiarity of their own road car.

Participants will get unique hands-on experiences from motorsport professionals including:

  • How to prepare a vehicle
  • Track exercises focusing on car control and skills
  • Assistance from people already involved in grassroots motorsport
  • Steps and support to begin participating in motorsport

A single day licence will be provided free of charge. You do not need to apply for a licence seperately.

Enjoy the first day of your motorsport journey in a fun, safe and affordable environment from the comfort of your own car.

There no events currently scheduled, for more information on the program, please contact [email protected]



Frequently Asked Questions

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FIA Women in Motorsport - Your Career in Motorsport

In the past decade, the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission has been involved in a wide variety of projects in every area of motorsport activity, developing programmes to advance female participation on and off the track, through initiatives to raise awareness of the huge diversity of industry roles available to women in racing, rally, teams, events and race support, media, medical support and partnerships.

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Engineer your Career

Engineering is the art of applying science, technology and maths to create solutions for human needs to improve the way we live. As an engineer, every day is a challenge to innovate and solve problems. It influences all aspects of our lives. Without engineering we wouldn’t be able to carry out daily tasks (transport, construction, generate and use electricity). Engineering disciplines are very diverse. Areas in which you can specialise include Mechanical, Aerospace, Electrical and Civil.

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Your Career as a Motorsport Official

Every motorsport event requires a variable number of volunteers and officials, without them the sport could not function. Officials ensure that events are conducted fairly in accordance with the regulations. Volunteers and officials also make possible that the Events are run in a safe manner. Not just for competitors but for other officials and spectators. Areas in which you can specialise are technical, sporting, media and emergency.

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For more information, email [email protected] or phone the Motorsport Australia hotline on 1300 883 959.

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