Why Sir Stirling Moss Is Wrong About Women and Motor Racing

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Why Sir Stirling Moss Is Wrong About Women and Motor Racing
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Women, opined Sir Stirling Moss, may have the strength to compete in Formula One, "but I don't know if they've got the mental aptitude to race hard, wheel to wheel". The comments by the 83-year-old who won the grand prix 16 times have already been criticised by Formula One test driver Susie Wolff, who said they made her "cringe" but are there differences between the way men and women race cars?

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