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A Look At The Future Of Women In Motor Sports

10 daily attend the Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge at Sydney Motor Sport Park.

Every year thousands of car enthusiasts come together at the Sydney Motorsport Park to watch the fastest cars with some of the most iconic legends take out their World Time Attack lap (WTAC).

There were only two women competing in the Drift category at the Yokohama WTAC on the weekend but some of the biggest names in racing including former illegal street racer, Keiichi Tsuchiya, aka 'Drift King',  believe women can participate in the event as well.

Check out what they had to say in the video above.

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