The Motorsport Australia online FIA Girls On Track program, presented by Burson, returns this week with international star Molly Taylor and motorsport journalist Emma Notarfrancesco.
Taking place on Motorsport Australia’s Instagram page on Wednesday 18 August, the 30-minute live chat will see the two discuss a range of topics and field questions from viewers.
A former champion of the RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC), Taylor has taken her career to a new level in 2021, competing on the international stage in multiple disciplines, as well as being involved in the Seven Network’s motorsport broadcasts.
This year has seen the 2016 ARC champion sign a deal for three FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) rounds, with the first outing seeing her run against the world’s best rally drivers at the Rally Estonia in July.
The 33-year-old has also enjoyed a successful switch to off road where she won both rounds of the brand-new electric off road venture, the Extreme E Series, and finished in the top five during the FIA Cross Country World Cup’s Baja Aragon round.
As for Notarfrancesco, she has made a name for herself in Australia as an ever-reliable tv pit lane reporter and host at major events for both Motorsport Australia and Motorcycling Australia, as well as spending a majority of her career as a motoring journalist for major car brands. She currently works for Drive.com.au.
This week’s chat won’t be the first time the two have appeared on the online program together with Taylor part of the inaugural episode with Triple Eight Co-Owner and ARC host Jessica Dane, while Notarfrancesco was joined by international media personality Rosanna Tennant.
Other guests to feature on the program include Erebus Motorsport Managing Director Shannon Kiely, Carsales Consumer Editor Nadine Armstrong and Motorsport Australia official Jessica Nicholson.
Taylor and Notarfrancesco’s Instagram live session will begin at 7pm AEST on Wednesday 18 August with fans’ able to submit questions during the chat.