- Aimee Scott | Eugenia Kuzmina

Three questions with... Eugenia Kuzmina

19w ago


Hey DriveTribers! Welcome to the first video in my series interviewing some of the most influential women in motoring around the world.

This week, we're kicking off with the confident and spirited actress, comedian and model Eugenia Kuzmina!

Eugenia's career began in modelling, where she worked for luxury fashion brands including Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen and Dior, before making her transition into acting back in 2011. Since then, she's starred in a number of hit films including Dirty Grampa, Fury, and Bad Moms – and today she's talking to us...

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Aimee Scott | Eugenia Kuzmina

Are you inspired by Eugenia's ambitions and confidence? Comment below...


You can learn more about Eugenia and follow her here:

Instagram: @eugeniakuzmina | Twitter: @eugeniakuzmina1

Special thanks to Drivetribe Ambassador, Industrial Designer and Photographer, Royce Rumsey and our own influencer, JetPat leader Patricia Pedrosa.

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Comments (35)
  • Great piece. I like the idea of putting the questions in text and showing the video responses. It means you can interview anyone around the world from your desk. I have mixed feelings about her views on motorcycling. I know a ex-bikers who gave up their bikes when they had kids. Not for practicality reasons, but because they were worried about leaving their children without a father or with a father with injuries so bad they can't run around and play with their kids any more. Motorbikes are dangerous. As a single person with no offspring that risk is entirely yours to take. But when you have kids, well you have a responsibility to consider them and their future.

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    • Thank you so much Martyn. I completely understand your point of view, I think it’s only right to be cautious and responsible where they’re concerned too! I guess it all comes down to...

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    • It's personal choice at the end of the day. You're actually probably safer exploring the limits of your bike on a trackday. There's more run off and on a bike-only day, no cars to run...

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  • Damn she is attractive. Great to see women are into car culture as well.

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