Launching today, episode one of two-part documentary Hairpin follows 2016 Australian Rally Champion Molly Taylor's return to rallying in Australia.

Episode one - Adelaide Hills Rally - offers a behind-the-scenes look at Taylor's journey preparing her Subaru WRX STI production rally car for two rounds of the 2023 Australian Rally Championship White Wolf Production Cup, after a five-year hiatus from full-time rallying in Australia.

Supported by Subaru Australia and Castrol, Molly and the team navigate the weekend's challenges, securing a class win, but there's no time to relax with the next round looming in Canberra.

Hairpin is the first major project to emerge from Taylor's automotive and motorsport media venture The MaD Garage - an exclusive workshop in Melbourne's eastern suburbs dedicated to capturing unique motoring and motorsport stories.

A link to the episode can be found here.

The National Capital Rally – the last of the ARC season for 2023 will be held 17-19 November.

For more information or to organise an interview with Molly Taylor, please contact Simone Landes - +61 416 528 702 or email


About Molly Taylor
Born 6 May 1988, Molly Taylor grew up in a motorsport family, 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 first drove a rally car. Following her introduction to the world of rallying, Molly went on to excel in national competition, winning the F16 class in the Australian Rally Championship twice in 2006 and 2007 before moving abroad - aged just 20-years old – to follow her dream of becoming a professional rally driver.

Success in UK rallying earned Molly a place in the Pirelli Star Driver Program in 2011, securing a scholarship to compete in the World Rally Championship Academy, where she took a maiden stage win in the category. In 2013, Molly's success in the European Rally Championship elevated her to World Rally Rankings Number 1 International Female Rally Driver, before becoming the first female to achieve a podium position in the Junior WRC's history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. Returning to Australia in 2015, Molly finished second in the Australian Rally Championship, before going one better with Subaru in 2016.

Now an established name in national and international rallying including as the inaugural champion in the electric Extreme E series 2021 (and still racing for Veloce Racing) Molly is revelling in her return to the local rally series here in Australia.