As a young sixteen year old she started working to pursue her dream to race. As the only female racer at the time, this took some physical & mentally challenging moments to earn her place as a respected and recognised competitor.
Wilmarie chose not to be limited by the Father-Son stigma attached to motorsport, instead she pushed boundaries by going the extra mile to become the President of the SA Women in Motorsport Panel and started her own Rider & Driver Training Academy for Men & Ladies in 2004 (Speed Queen Racing Academy).
After 18 years of racing motorcycles and cars, she also decided to start a professional stunt company (SheDARE.com) for women in various extreme industries giving them opportunity to work and enjoy extreme challenges for movies and/or other entertainment opportunities.
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