It’s like Christmas for anyone in the racing industry, and thankfully it happens just a few weeks prior to Christmas. Indianapolis, the racing capital of the world, hosts the Performance Racing Industry conference. It's a gathering of individuals involved in any and all parts of racing industry. The trade show is the ultimate in racing … Continue reading Performance Racing Industry – 2019
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
Yagle is the first, and only, female owner to win the Indianapolis 500.
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.
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
The 1960s starts the increase of amazing women in auto racing. My research yielded a long list of names, unlike the prior decades. I struggled with how to approach this decade. Write a small blurb on all of them (because they all had amazing stories) or pick a smaller list and go deep. I picked … Continue reading 1960s Women: I Want to Go Fast