Fabienne Lanz and T4 Series to Empower Young Girls in Motorsport

South African racing driver Fabienne Lanz previously pictured with aspiring young motorsport enthusiasts at the T4 Nations Cup 2022 Spain. Photo: Supplied

South African racing driver Fabienne Lanz and T4 Series are affording a sponsorship opportunity for one young girl to attend the Women in Motorsport 3-Day Girls Camp at Formula K Race Track in Benoni from 4-6 July 2023.

The winner will be sponsored by EG Evolved Simulators to attend the camp, providing a life-changing opportunity for a girl who may not have had the chance otherwise.

To enter, the participant needs to submit a 1-page essay and helmet design where they will explain why they are passionate about motorsport and how attending the camp will help them achieve their personal goals. The winner will be announced in the first week of June.

The camp will include a range of activities, including go-karting, simulator sessions, kart /car maintenance workshops, and motivational talks from women leaders in the industry. The motorsport campers will also have the opportunity to meet and network with other like-minded girls who share their passion for motorsport.

Lanz has created a world-leading Vision Board called Targets and Goals Rainbows in which she will take each individual through. The key will be to focus on their skills, passions, talents, dreams and the importance of living a balanced life and having fun for the soul.

“We want to create a community of empowered and motivated young women who are passionate about motorsport,” said Mark French. “Our goal is to inspire and support these young ladies so that they can go on to achieve great things in the industry.”

The Women in Motorsport 3-day girls camp is open to girls from all backgrounds and levels of experience.

Applications for the camp will close on 31 May. The camp fee is ZAR 15,000 per person, which includes: an exclusive goodie hamper which supports women’s skills projects, exclusive journals, merchandise, nutritionist courses, physical training fun, classroom lessons by accredited officials within motorsport, media as well as etiquette, lunch, and a certificate upon completion of the camp.

For more information about the Women in Motorsport 3-day girls camp and how to become a sponsor, please visit the website at www.fabienneracing.com and to apply, email [email protected].

 

 

Photo 1 Caption: South African racing driver Fabienne Lanz previously pictured with aspiring young motorsport enthusiasts at the T4 Nations Cup 2022 Spain. Photo: Supplied

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