She started racing in 1973 with karting, before moving on to Swedish Formula Ford. In 1980 she competed in the Swedish Sports 2000 Championship. From 1981 she raced in both the Swedish and Finnish Formula 3 Championship.
She competed in the BTCC for three seasons between 1989 and 1991, all in a Bayerische Motoren Werke M3.
On-board television cameras caught her giving Jonathan Palmer (present Snetterton owner and at the time fellow Bayerische Motoren Werke driver), a strong verbal telling off when she caught up with his stranded car, after he had punted her car off the track when the cars collided at Snetterton. After her time in the BTCC she continued in Touring Cars with the Swedish Touring Carolina Championship.