Molly Taylor

Molly Taylor is an Australian rally car driver. She is the 2016 Australian Rally Champion, the first and only woman to win the Australian Rally Championship and the youngest regardless of gender, and the 2021 Extreme E Champion with Johan Kristoffersson. Molly Taylor and Johan Kristoffersson were crowned champions in 2022 Extreme E.

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 license 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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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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As a person I’m always competitive. On the roads in my normal car I respect the speed limits and drive safely, I always try to drive as eco friendly as possible. Not as easy as it sounds, and it keeps me focused.
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To be a part of our exchange in triggering all of us to become the “SMARTEST of the SMARTEST drivers” together for our ENVIRONMENT and ROAD SAFETY!
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