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Nascar Women: At the Heart of Racing Paperback – August 30, 2003
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* Stevie Waltrip, wife of three-time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip, who fought to allow women into garages so they could support their husbands with timing, scoring, and fuel economy calculations.
* Deb Williams, one of NASCAR's first and most widely read female reporters
* Lesa France Kennedy, president of International Speedway Corporation, which owns and operates Daytona and 11 other NASCAR tracks.
* Gail Davis, who, with her husband, Bill, established a successful trucking company before starting their own teams in NASCAR's Busch and Winston Cup Series.
While each woman's story is unique, they all share a common theme-the struggle to win a position in a uniquely competitive environment that, until recently, was overwhelmingly dominated by men. NASCAR Women: At the Heart of Racing offers revealing insights and anecdotes about the sport and business of stock car racing, told through the voices of its unsung heroines.
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I bought this book as a gift and happened to start glancing through it and couldn't stop! The pictures are great and this is a book about remarkable women who happen to be involved... Read morePublished on November 18, 2003
The content is poor, and the writting is amature at best. So even though the writter understands the sport, it isnt presented very well. Read morePublished on November 13, 2003