https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-sj7u9-b332cd We were joined by Ben Hanley and Philippa Tuckey from DragonSpeed Racing on Carb Day to chat with them about their team, their Indianapolis 500 attempt, and a lot of other fun questions about their lives. Bonus guest appearance by Hollie Hanley because we had the audience ask questions, and INDYCAR fans love learning about … Continue reading S3E15 – 2 Girls 1 Track: DragonSpeed Racing
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-puwdq-b07bae Season 3 Episode 10 – It’s Mario Kart Warm Up the Tires News Woman of the Week: Arlene Hiss (20:10) Preview the INDYCAR Grand Prix (24:21) Shit We Didn't Make Up - The Snake Pit (50:57) News In safety news, the Advanced Frontal Protection (the nubbin’) was supposed to debut during this year’s Indianapolis 500. … Continue reading S3E10 – It’s Mario Kart
She’s known as the “First Woman Racing Driver” and in numerous articles has the moniker ‘daredevil’ attached to her.
I’m hopeful now you’ll realize why. She has a fantastic record in IndyLights. She holds many firsts for women in that series.
Female drivers have all types of pressure on them both on and off track. Smith’s story explains how she’s still racing into her late 70s.
Race car driving was not what Vanina wanted for her career.
In August of 2018, Jamie Chadwick made history at Brands Hatch when she became the first female to win a British Formula 3 race. As the news broke on various social media platforms, those of us who have studied female racers history were enthusiastic. There is a great history of Brands Hatch. Back in 1980 … Continue reading Desiré Wilson: First to Win at Formula 1
I’ve been writing recently on the history of women in racing and how with each decade as women made strides in open wheel racing it corresponded with strides made on the socio-political realm. A few months ago we featured Iranian racer Laleh Seddigh as our Woman of the Week. Laleh was, and still is, one … Continue reading Winning More than Races
As long as speed has been around, women have found a way to buck the “males only” stereotype and win.
It's time to champion the women who have forged the path!