Molly Taylor

Molly Taylor grew up in a motorsport family, and an interest in rallying was inevitable, with Molly’s mother Coral a four-time Australian Rally Champion co-driver. However it wasn’t until a later age, working at her father Mark’s rally school in the holidays that Molly tried driving a rally car herself.

As soon as she gained her rally licence she started competing in a Holden Gemini. In 2006 she was selected in the Women’s Driver Development Program run by the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS) and noted as a standout performer. She also won the Rallye Des Femmes by a five full minutes and went on to take the 2WD and 2-Litre titles in the 2006 NSW Rally Championship as well as CAMS NSW Young Achiever of the Year.


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Discipline: Rally

Born: 1988

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Some Facts:
2WD and 2-Litre titles in the 2006 NSW Rally Championship as well as CAMS NSW Young Achiever of the Year.2016 Australian Rally Champion.



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