Our Mission


We aim to inspire the next generation to smash preconceptions and prejudices, raising the curtain on a new era in which daring to do something different is praised and encouraged.


We aim to connect girls and young women who have dared to be different and are willing to spark change.


We aim to showcase those who have dared to be different and are role models of change.


We are committed to INSPIRING, CONNECTING and SHOWCASING female talent in the motor sport industry.

A joint initiative between Susie Wolff and the Motor Sports Association, #D2BD is an exciting community for women who work in, or want to work in, any aspect of motorsport. As a #D2BD member you will get access to industry contacts, invitations to exclusive community events, special discounts and offers from our partners and the chance to win motorsport event tickets and access to other great competitions.


Driving Female Talent

Susie Wolff and The Motor Sports Association – the governing body of UK motor sport – have joined forces to launch a high-profile initiative that aims is to inspire, connectshowcase and develop female talent in every aspect of motor sport.

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MSA and D2BD to get Girls on Track

The Motor Sports Association (MSA) and Dare to be Different (D2BD) are teaming up to offer 120 girls the chance to try motorsport free at Silverstone next month (28 October). The event is part of the FIA’s new Girls on Track initiative, which aims to promote and...

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Dare To Be Different revs up its calendar

A series of exciting events aimed at increasing female participation in motor sport will take place in Australia in the coming months. Recently launched in Australia, Dare To Be Different (D2BD) will ensure young girls around the country understand how they can get...

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Dare To Be Different
Friedensstrasse 12
5082 Grödig

President: Susie Wolff
Vice President: René Berger
Treasurer: Claudia Maur