Grand opportunity at Albert Park
Friday 01 March, 2019
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) has teamed up with Madam Wheels to put on a special female program at this year’s Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019.
In conjunction with Dare To Be Different (D2BD), the program titled “Woman Driving Leadership” will feature in depth discussions with a host of accomplished females in motor sport as well as a variety of other interactive activities around Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit.
Broken up into two sessions, the breakfast program panel will be headlined by Director of Marketing and Communications at Formula 1, Ellie Norman and Chloe Targett-Adams who is Formula 1’s Global Director of Promotions and Business Relations.
Hosted by Madam Wheels’ Jacquie Hayes, the inspirational panel will also feature Dare to be Different ambassadors Kate Peck and Jessica Dane who was also recently named as CAMS’ new Women’s Commission chair.
Attendees of the afternoon program will then spend the rest of the day taking part in an exclusive paddock tour, pit lane walk and guided tour of the innovation and technology hub.
With the day split into two sessions, interested parties have the option to attend the breakfast program, the afternoon session or a full day program.
Interested parties have until Friday 1 March to RSVP for this special opportunity and can contact [email protected] for more details and confirm their place.
The Woman Driving Leadership program will take place from 7:30am – 6:00pm at the Formula One Paddock Club in Albert Park on Thursday 14 March.