Women in Motorsports
It wasn't that long ago women were not allowed in certain parts of race tracks. Women couldn't go in the pits. There were no womens' bathrooms in the pits, they couldn't enter the mens' and they for sure couldn't go over the wall to service the car. Other than a seat in the bleachers with a paid admission ticket, women were not welcome participants in racing, so it couldn't have been easy to get your license in a male-dominated sport or be recognized in a motorsports hall of fame. However, women such as Pat Beebe, Sara Christian, Katherine Legge, Robin Dallenbach and the great Cha-Cha Shirley Muldowney... did just that.
From coast-to-coast within the United States to Switzerland, Australia, United Kingdom, Italy, and Canada women in motorsports include female tuners, Drivers and Hall of Famers in all forms of motorsports.
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