We'll see what 2019 brings, but that papaya color is going to be at Indy for a while.
S3E3 – Don’t Forget Ed Listen HERE Warm Up the Tires News & Lingering St Pete thoughts INDYCAR Classic (23:44) Woman of the Week - Rosemary Smith (36:11) Shit We Didn’t Make Up (41:05) News It’s a full field for the Indianapolis 500 with James Davisson announcing a ride with DCR and Belardi. There may be 37 … Continue reading S3E3 – Don’t Forget Ed
We need a good female driver in the series who has the experience that rivals a lot of other drivers. Simona is one of two women who can fit that description.
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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
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
The 1970s was the height of Second-wave feminism. Women, obtained the right to vote. They now focused on equality in the workplace and all that came with it (including things like child care and reproductive rights). It’s only right that during the 1970s two women stepped forward in motorsports to shatter barriers long standing: Lella … Continue reading 1970s: Break On Through (to the other side)