In 2023’s year-opening traditional event - Dakar Rally, eighteen-year-old Yasmeen Koloc will venture onto her first Dakar effort. Together with her twin sister Aliyyah Koloc, Yasmeen used to train to become a professional tennis player. However, when injuries interrupted their dream to collect the Grand Slams’ trophies, Yasmeen and her sister followed their father’s path onto motorsport. In the past two years, Yasmeen gathered experience in Renault Clip Cup, GT4, cross-country Bajas to get ready for Dakar. We recently had the opportunity to interview Yasmeen, let’s see what she has to say about chasing the dream of Dakar Rally.
在明年的开年大赛达喀尔拉力赛上，十八岁的捷克车手Yasmeen Koloc将踏上自己的首次达喀尔征途。和她的双胞胎姐姐Aliyyah Koloc一样，Yasmeen也曾经有一个网球梦。但是伤病打断了她们追逐大满贯梦想的步伐，Yasmeen和姐姐都走上了爸爸早就为她们趟好的赛车路。在过去的两年中，Yasmeen在GT赛场和越野赛场双线作战，为了达喀尔的梦想努力。我们有幸采访到Yasmeen，来看看她对于达喀尔拉力梦有什么要说的吧。
European Rally Championship (ERC) driver Rachele Somaschini was born with Cystic Fibrosis (CF). Her condition has never been an obstacle for her in her chase of a motorsport dream. In reality, the 28 years old Italian made her WRC debut in 2019, and she has leveraged her motorsport career to start the #CorrerePerUnRespiro (Racing for a Breath) campaign and help others with CF who are in need. We had the opportunity to interview Rachele recently, let’s see what she has to say about her career and raising awareness of the disease she battles on a daily basis.
欧洲拉力锦标赛（ERC）的意大利车手Rachele Somaschini先天患有囊性纤维化，但她的疾病从未阻止她追逐自己的赛车梦想。事实上，她甚至依靠自己的赛车事业创办了#CorrerePerUnRespiro (为呼吸比赛)项目，借此帮助其他的病友。我们有幸对Rachele进行专访，来看看她的赛车生涯以及和病魔的斗争中有怎样的故事吧。
Before the double-header at Sardinia, we had the opportunity to talk to both Leena and Teena. Today we bring you the conversation with Leena, see what the 3-time Le Mans 24h winner shared about her successful career in motorsport and this new chapter in Extreme E.
Before the double-header at Sardinia, we had the opportunity to talk to Leena and Teena Gade. Today we bring you the conversation with Teena, see what she shared about her long career in motorsport and this new experience in Extreme E.
20-year-old South African driver Kristie Ellis will be joining Farah Zakaria (Jordan), Maja Hallén Fellenius (Sweden), and Katie Milner (United Kingdom) in the Women's Final later this year in North America. We had the chance to hear from Kristie about her story, here is what she has to say.