For many decades, this was far from the norm in motor racing. Even today, despite the many positive developments, it is still something of an exception. With this in mind, the opportunities presented by Formula E are extremely valuable to young female racing drivers. “The way things are developing at the moment is cool. Thanks to series like Formula E, more women are being given the opportunity to show what they are capable of in a Formula car,” said Visser. “It is ultimately all about women spending more time on the track. The more laps you drive, the better you become. In my opinion, it is that simple. I can see nothing but benefits from current developments.” Visser joined BMW Motorsport in 2017 as a single-seater driver and former Red Bull protégé. Since then, she has enjoyed great success, particularly in the BMW M4 GT4. She is now a permanent fixture in Formula E as the test and reserve driver for the BMW i Andretti Motorsport team. Further outings in BMW race cars are also planned for Visser.