Vivien Keszthelyi, 16-year-old hungarian car racer joins the movement, what is inspired by Susie Wolff, the wife of the Formula-1 Mercedes AMG Petronas executive director, Toto Wolff.
The international programme called Dare to be Different (#D2BD is intended to help young women and girls who dream of their future in any field of motorsport, either as a driver, as a competition engineer, or as a team leader.
Vivien Keszthelyi will be the first hungarian member of this worldwide movement, and she will be “thrown into the deep water” on 12th October at Hockenheim on Walldorf Kart Center with two of her companions. The programme gives insights for the youngsters and helps them becoming part of the world motorsport family.
The Debrecen-born driver will talk about her career and experience at Audi’s racing academy in the past two years. Vivien’s racing suit and helmet will be exhibited as well as her number 7 Audi TT Cup race car.
Vivien Keszthelyi will race this weekend at Hockenheimring in the last round of the TT Cup series after the programme.