Women drivers wanted
Janet Guthrie, Christine Beckers, Lella Lombardi, Robin McCall, Patty Moise and Shawna Robinson.
Six women, scattered over the last 28 years, have reached the highest echelon of NASCAR racing, namely Cup competition during its so-called "modern era." Since Guthrie made her Winston Cup debut in 1976, only five other females have followed in her footsteps to Cup racing.
Guthrie, who also made a name for herself in Indianapolis 500 annals, competed in 33 Cup events between 1976 and 1980 ...
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