Molly Taylor Motorsport
Molly and Toni had a successful day in round 2 of the South Australian Rally Championship, the Robertstown Walky 100 Rally, finishing as the first 2WD car home and 7th overall.The event consisted of seven stages (after one was downgraded to a transport section) and was quite dusty. "The first night stage was really dusty," Molly said. "We basically couldn't see a thing and were driving totally by the notes. After the first stage, though, cars were sent out at three minute intervals which really improved the situation."After suffering gearbox troubles in the Mitsubishi Mirage in Rally Canberra, the girls experienced a trouble free run this weekend with the little Mirage holding up really well.Using the event as another opportunity to increase her pacenoting experience, Molly was very pleased with the rally and how Toni Feaver, her new co-driver, has settled into the team."It was a really good rally and well worth the long trip from Sydney," Molly commented. "There were no issues with the car and Toni is a fantastic co-driver, so everything went to plan. Now we are just keen to get the funds together to compete in coates Rally Queensland later this month.After returning to Sydney, Molly will then head to Canberra on Wednesday for the CAMS Women's Driver Development camp to be held at the Australian Institute of Sport.