Who Says Women Can’t Drive or Race? with Margy Eatwell

The Corner is honored to welcome one of the first female indy car drivers, pace car team members (with Paul Newman and Mario Andretti), and professional driving trainer, Margy Eatwell. We learn about Margy’s experiences driving race cars in her youth, about her career driving for Porsche, Jaguar, Land Rover, and much more. This one is inspirational, so bring your daughters in for this discussion.

Available now on Amazon, Drop, Throttle, Oversteer: Collecting & Investing in Classic Cars by our very own host, Jason Paynter!

This episode of Classic Car Corner is sponsored by Springdale Automotive. With decades of experience in automotive service excellence, Springdale Automotive wants to be your go-to service provider for all your classic cars. Friendly, knowledgable, fair. Contact Springdale today to get that classic beauty back on the road!


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