Sitting on rally driver Molly Taylor's mantlepiece is a small, melted chunk of engine.
It was part of the same engine that blew up while the 31-year-old was racing in 2017, costing Taylor and her co-driver Bill Hayes the Australian Championships. It sits proudly alongside her trophy for their 2016 win, where she was both the first woman and youngest competitor to take out the competition.
Ahead of this weekend's rally, Taylor visited Prospect High School to speak to grade seven girls about her career and the biggest lessons she's learned along the way.
She told the group that though you may come across some major setbacks in life, you'll find a way around it if it's something you truly love.
"I think for me that [engine issue] was actually when I learned a lot more than my first year when everything went right," she said.
"Depending on what the setback is, you can really have a look at that and see if there's a way around it, and why you want to overcome it.
"As long as you keep focused on the end goal, you'll find a way."
Taylor said despite her mother, Coral, being a professional co-driver, growing up she had aspired to be an Olympic horse rider.
It was only when she got her provisional license that her dreams turned to driving.
"I always used to watch her compete. I never thought it was a thing that women didn't do," she said.
Taylor deferred a commerce degree at the University of Sydney to pursue her dream, and has not looked back.
Rally Tasmania will take place on June 21 to 23. More information at rally.com.au.