Molly Taylor, the young Australian driver, continues her apprenticeship with
the Citroën DS3 R3T in the United Business livery followed by BP Racing, in
view of future commitments in the World Rally Championship events, the first
of which will be the forthcoming Rally Finland. After the debut at the Geko
Ypres Rally in Belgium, Molly Taylor and Seb Marshall took part in last
weekend's Rally del Casentino as zero car, trying new set-up solutions and
increasing the feeling with the car.
Immediately after the race, the United Business crew travelled to Asiago, at
the Vittorio Caneva Rally School, for two days of training and refinement.
Pier Liberali of United Business said: "Molly Taylor and Seb Marshall are
proving to be excellent professionals, the work we are doing all together,
the United Business staff, the BP Racing, the crew and Vittorio Caneva who
with his professionalism and advice is working to improve Molly's driving
techniques, are important for the growth process of the crew. I am very
happy with the work done so far and I am sure that by continuing to work
hard and all close together we will achieve the goals we have set
Molly Taylor and Seb Marshall, waiting for Rally Finland, will compete this
weekend at the Rally Coppa Città di Lucca (Italy), a national event that
will start at 23:01 on Saturday 21st and end at 8:50 on Sunday 22nd , after
288 km of which 84 timed km divided into 7 special stages.