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Published on Dec 22, 2011
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Louise Cook looks to take the evolution of female rally drivers to the next step. Louise aims to be the first ever female World Rally Champion and follow in those footsteps left by Michele Mouton who came so very close in the Audi Quattro Group B in the 80's. Louise places her rally preperation and focus on multiple WRC Champion Sebastien Loeb and her PR efforts like Gymkhana Infocommercial, Gymkhana 2 and Gymkhana 3and commitment to the cause on Monster World Rally Team's Ken Block. Louise is the most promissing female talent in British Rallying and maybe the world, she needs your support so follow her progress at www.cutecookie.co.uk. Louise as a few moments on this stage whilst trying to catch the faster R2 just 15 seconds ahead going into this stage. Louise was 25 seconds up at the point were she crashed into the bail just getting the outside tyres on the grass and then a massive overshoot just a mile down the road due to a late note dropped a further 30 seconds, still a sign of things to come. Finish Fiesta R2 Trophy Champion 2010 Jussi Kumpumaki at one stage but he does not get too far away from the British youngster.