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McLaren Applied Female Engineer of the Year

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Who is it for?

Anyone identifying as a woman and working in motorsport engineering with at least three years’ experience, based anywhere in the world.

McLaren Applied is committed to working to balance gender inequality across the engineering industry and is proud to sponsor this award to recognise female talent in the world of motorsport engineering.

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What are the awards for?

The World Motorsport Symposium Awards has become renowned for gathering most of the key influential leaders in the motorsport industry, while offering a perfect networking environment in a friendly setting. It is also an evening to celebrate the race engine designers, racecar aerodynamicists, ground-breaking technologies, green technology and the inaugural McLaren Applied Female Engineer of the Year Award winners.

What’s on offer?

  • Recognition of your positive impact on the motorsport industry

  • Tell your story – post-event interview featured across both RACE TECH Magazine and McLaren Applied website and communications channels

  • Trophy awarded at awards dinner in Mosimann’s Club in London, offering network opportunities with other inspirational names in world motorsport

To enter please send all relevant documents to

What else do I need to know?

  • RACE TECH’s Editor Mark Skewis will be judging the awards alongside the World Motorsport Symposium Chairmen, Pat Symonds, Formula 1, Chief Executive Officer and Ulrich Baretzky, Former Director, Audi Motorsport Engine Development, Audi AG

  • These awards are open for self-nomination; the more information provided the better

  • Judges are looking for remarkable innovation and game-changing technologies as well as ground-breaking motorsport technology that enables a positive impact on the environment

  • Inspirational and impactful work and significant advancements made to improve the quality of life from the unsung heroes in the industry is especially welcome

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