MXLink Live speaks with Caitlin Wood on racing WSeries- ESports 2020, marketing and challenges during her Motorsport career

MXLink Live speaks with Caitlin Wood on racing WSeries- ESports 2020, marketing and challenges during her Motorsport career

MXLink Live speaks with Caitlin Wood on racing WSeries 2020 ESports League, marketing herself as car racing instructor based in the UK, and challenges during her career in Motorsport.

Caitlin has experienced many transitions through-out her career in Motorsport, a journey which started from racing Go-Karts back home in Australia, to racing Formula Ford F4, to moving to Europe racing GT4’s and then Blanchpain Endurance Series. In 2018, Caitlin was selected to compete in 2019 WSeries and finished just one point from automatic selection for 2020.

Currently competing in WSeries 2020 ESports League, standing 5th Overall after 2 Rounds at Monza and COTA circuits, Caitlin sure contains plenty of verve, courage and determination to match her peers both on and off track.

The article/interview below was completed with Caitlin in August 2019 which gives bit of background information prior to Live Chat tomorrow. Tune in: https://www.facebook.com/mxlinksharoncox/videos/551775475502359/

Caitlin Wood – only Australian in WSeries and making her mark standing 11th Overall

Words: Sharon Cox.

MXLink Live speaks with Caitlin Wood racing WSeries

MXLInk Live speaks with Caitlin Wood on racing WSeries 2020 ESports League, marketing herself as car racing instructor based in the UK, and challenges during her career in Motorsport.

Posted by MXLink/Sharon Cox on Tuesday, 23 June 2020

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