Listen HERE Warm Up the Tires News and Discussion Le Mans – 30:50 Shit We Didn’t Make Up: Licensure for Drivers – 36:52 Women of the Week: Ladies in 2019 Le Mans – 48:25 Rev Group Grand Prix Preview – 52:04 News and Discussion Our first non-race recap since before May and we run down some of the … Continue reading S3E18 – Campsite Diplomacy, Le Mans, and Cheese
The series starts May 3 at the Hockenheim circuit. It’s a wait and see approach.
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
It’s a fitting race to start the season, and it’s just making me ready to head to St. Petersburg
Lella Lombardi was born near Turin, Italy during the height of World War II. The city suffered catastrophic bombing during the Second World War as the city was an industrial hub of Italy. Following the war, the automobile industry, including the companies of Fiat, Lancia, and Alfa Romeo, helped rebuild the city. Perhaps it was … Continue reading Lella Lombardi: Winning Points
That’s why we strive to highlight women on our podcast, women racecar drivers and others doing things around racing. I have a suspicion Amna will be one to watch, she’s already making a name for herself and I love her spirit.
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.