A former equestrian enthusiast, Molly, the daughter of a rally driver herself, shifted to cars after spending time riding horses in 2005. The move turned out to be a good idea as she was the youngest person to win the Australian rally championship.
She won back-to-back championships in 2007 and 2008 in the F16 class of the Australian Rally Championships. Taylor was also the British Ladies Rally Champion becoming the only one outside the UK to capture the title.
María de Villota
Maria was a Spanish race car driver who competed professionally but sadly isn't around anymore for others who want to catch a glimpse of her racing. Born in 1980, she is also the daughter of a former F1 driver, Emilio de Villota along with a sister to Emilio de Villota Jr, a formula racer.
It would seem that she was already recovering from severe head injuries and facial damage during straight-line testing. This testing would result in a crash which caused the already suffering racer to pass away.
Carmen is a Spanish professional racer born in 1988, and it seems that she has stuck to more than one racing brand. From F1 to Indy to GP3, it would seem that no league is too big for Carmen to participate in, as she has succeeded in all the brackets mentioned.
She was the 11th female racer to drive for a Formula 1 team after being chosen by Lotus to represent them. Carmen does not shy away from motorsport events as she even took part as a racer in the Le Mans series.
Handling a high-speed chase on a race track isn't the only thing Leilani specializes in, as she is also a known activist for the environment. She's raced in both the ARCA racing series and in Indy leagues throughout her career.
For ARCA, she raced in the Menards Series and later took part in Firestone Indy Lights. The Firestone race mainly served as a development series for Indy car racing for professional race car drivers.
Mann is a British competitor in the Indycar and Indy Lights racing series and has remained a contender for some time. Due to this, she became the first woman to hold a pole position at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the Indy Lights Freedom 100.
Despite being disappointed for not making it into the lineup for the Indianapolis 500, she still used her track fame for the greater good. She used her reputation to raise money for the Susan G foundation, an organization that helps to combat breast cancer.