After recently obtaining her ARDS National B Licence, Jennifer won the opportunity to develop her race craft with the UK’s leading provider of dynamic racing tuition to the world of motorsport.
A keen member of the Scottish Lotus Community and a huge Formula One fan, Jennifer developed her love of cars by getting involved with performance car set-up, marshalling and automotive photography.
Pixctured: Jennifer Marr.
“During my time at local track events and working with a supercar experience company, I found the confidence and support to take my racing ambition seriously but didn’t know where to start,” she explains.
“Despite rarely seeing women behind the wheel at the events I attended, I was inspired by the increasing visibility of female racing drivers in top-level motorsport.
“I decided to join the Dare To Be Different community. Along with the support of my friends in motorsport, this empowered me to obtain my racing licence, seek sponsorship and enter my first competitive race in 2019.”
The Dare To Be Different initiative, founded by racing driver Susie Wolff and Motorsport UK, is a community for women who already work, aspire to work, or be involved in any aspect of motorsport.
“Jennifer’s story demonstrates how the D2BD community is facilitating unique opportunities for women of all ages,” Susie tells www.businessmk.co.uk.
“Our sport is performance based so for women looking to race, opportunities to train with driving specialists such as CAT Driver Training are priceless when it comes to gaining a competitive edge.”
We are really inspired by the work D2BD are doing to encourage more females into all areas of motorsport,” he says. “As a company, we like to give back, especially to individuals and initiatives that share our passion for driving.
“Jen has wanted to enter racing for a long time and her dedication has really impressed us.’