Issue Four

by Petrol Mum

Jules Rha, aka “Lambo Jules”, has gone from the corporate world to working in mod shops, to the Exotic Car Rental market all while serving charity events through her passion for cars. She likes walks on the beach, but LOVES driving on open roads with her music blasting (hopefully in her own Pagani Zonda one day)! Travelling is her joy, sweets are her weakness and her favourite people on the planet are her parents. Jules lives for moments and doesn’t wait for moments to live her life. 

Amelia Dalgaard is the woman behind the edgy and often hilarious blog Motorhead Mama. She is also the President of the Motor Press Guild and the Director of Content for Since launching Motorhead Mama, Amelia has test driven over 100 vehicles and crashed very few. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two dogs, two kids and roughly four million others.

For as long as Dianne Bortoletto remembers, she’s loved the sound of fast cars. She’s worked in motorsport for 20 years, starting her career in London in a top 20 PR agency working on the Orange Arrows F1 account before returning to Australia as Media & PR Manager for WRC Rally Australia. Di currently works with Rally WA, Targa West and Targa South West in Perth where she is based.

Jasmine Abel is a freelance photographer, content creator and social media manager from Sydney, Australia with a keen passion for all things automotive. Now, based in Southern California, Jasmine and her husband have started their own creative production business which sees them travelling internationally for various brands such as VW, Nissan, Turtle Wax, OTTO Car Club and more.

Amy Nelmes Bissett is a freelance features writer and her work has featured in Marie Claire, Collective Hub, Cosmopolitan and Refinery 29. When she’s not manically typing to deadline, Amy can be found weaving through the New Zealand countryside on yet another road trip, eyeing up Land Cruisers and enjoying some serious off-roading. You can follow her journey at @amynelmesbissett 

Lisa M. Smith is an interior designer, artist, and blogger on her website, with a severe addiction to automobiles. She is constantly driving what’s new and coveting the old. She’s written about and photographed numerous automotive events around the USA including Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and Cavallino Classic. 

Bec Brideson helps business drive exponential growth via the new $28T female economy. With over 25 years leading big brands like Virgin, AFL and Holden, she has filled a gap in business with a fresh methodology around connecting gender with the bottom line. She has just released her first book Blind Spots on how to tap in and leverage the rapidly growing global female market.

Jess Shanahan is road trip journalist with a love for exploring the world by car. She also works in motorsport as the Racing Mentor, coaching drivers on branding, PR and sponsorship, as well as helping people into motorsport careers. Jess loves hot hatches, track driving, and the open road.

Beth Lily Georgiou is an electric vehicle specialist and motorsport sporting director from the United Kingdom. She is a passionate adventurer and driver, who frequently enjoys pushing electric cars to their limits. As a frequent presenter and speaker, she is an active advocate for electric vehicles, solar and renewable energy, plant-based diets, animals, and ocean awareness.. Follow her on Twitter @FoxGeorgiou

Jacki has been a part of the motorsport world for ten years, in everything from public relations and journalism, to social media and production. Having lived and travelled internationally, she can be found in a range of paddocks, from Formula 1, to WEC, V8 Supercars, to IMSA, Asian Le Mans Series and everything in between.

Emma Woodcock is a journalist, photographer and noisy feminist of occasional wit. She’s typed her way across the automotive scene, from Classic Cars magazine to Red Bull, and has written about LEGO and pedigree pups too. Eight hours of her life were once spent building a Caterham model while strapped into a real Caterham. Anything for the feature.

Helen aka Petrol Mum has founded Driven Women Magazine. Helen’s love of cars started with her father and grandfather’s vintage car collecting and continues today through a shared passion with her husband and children.

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