Genevra Delphine Mudge: All of the Firsts

There are some firsts that seem insignificant. Genevra Delphine Mudge (what a name!) is the very first recorded female driver. She first obtained a drivers license in 1898 in the State of New York. The first working design of an automobile had only happened approximately five years before. In 1899 there were 2,500 motor vehicles … Continue reading Genevra Delphine Mudge: All of the Firsts

S2E58 – Gamble on INDYCAR Races not Protection

Listen Here Warm Up the Tires News INDYCAR Safety (9:59) The 2019 Race Discussion (18:33) Woman of the Week: Jackie Heinricher (47:29) Shit We Didn’t Make Up: All-Female Teams (50:52) News We try not and go back to all the news that happened during our slew of interviews, and Daytona, so instead a few newish pieces of news … Continue reading S2E58 – Gamble on INDYCAR Races not Protection

S2E51 – Just Excited for Cars on Track

Listen Here Warm Up the Tires  News Silly Season 14:00Woman of the Week - The Speed Sisters 33:59Shit we Didn't Make Up - Warning Lights 36:53 News The hopes of a nation hang upon Josef Newgarden and Ryan Hunter-Reay to represent us in the Race of Champions in two weeks in Mexico. They represented us last … Continue reading S2E51 – Just Excited for Cars on Track

PRI: Women in Motorsports (Advice)

It is a statement you have heard on the podcast or read in many blog entries that women in motorsports still face quite an uphill battle. Many people have put forth many different suggested solutions to the problem including the controversial women-only racing league. While not touted as a solution, the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) has put forth a panel “Opportunities for Women in Motorsports” for three years now.