World-renowned DJ and producer Nicole Moudaber is perhaps best known for producing what she describes as “punchy, hypnotic and dramatic â techno beats, but she also works in the moonlight as a race car driver.
“That thrill of driving really fast and turning the corner the right way without slipping is what turns me on, âshe says. “Full music and 270 kilometers away [about 168 miles] per hour is an incredible feeling.
According to Moudaber, she first got involved in driving a car when one of her friends, who is a Formula 1 test driver and a two-stroke British GT champion, suggested he try racing because he knew his love for cars and speed. She says she was immediately hooked and applied for her professional driving license shortly thereafter, and received her license in 2016. Since then, she has tested cars in the UK and Lisbon, Portugal, but she hopes to start racing professionally afterwards. year. For now, she says she’s working on honing her racing skills while she takes test drives.
Moudaber adds that she has always been interested in cars and even stole her parents’ car when she was 11. “They i was so angry but it didn’t crush my love of cars. Since then, I’ve been on bikes and cars, âshe notes. “I’ve always loved anything exciting and I’m quite fearless.”
His favorite car models include the Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 and the new one Mercedes-AMG GT4 Coupe, adding that the new model is not only “sexy” but also “at the top of luxury cars”. Although she says she tends to look to Mercedes and Jaguars, she doesn’t have the car of her dreams. However, she currently has a Aston Martin V8 Vantage.
“If one day I stop DJing, I might turn it into a full hobby, who knows?” ” She adds.
When Moudaber is not at the wheel, she is behind the DJ decks. She is programmed to play a MoodRAW show presented by OUTPOST at Brooklyn Avant-Gardner on Saturday November 10. MoodRAW’s title winks at him label, MOOD Records, and his radio show, In the mood, which she is also the host. In Saturday’s performance, she will perform alongside techno legends Dubfire and Paco Osuna.
In addition, Moudaber is also involved in charity work, having recently started a charity campaign called ELEVEN which, according to her, aims to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM). “My goal is to help raise funds for Leyla Hussein’s charity, Magool, which supports FGM survivors and those working to end it,” said Moudaber.
As for his future projects: “On the music side, I’m working on a lot of new productions that I’ve tested recently. said Moudaber. “They look amazing and I hope to do more in the months to come. As for the race, I hope to do more races next year.