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Volunteer Talk — Women in Racing: A Look at Current Drivers in Motorsports

Tammy Sue Bradley Presents: Women in Racing: A Look at Current Drivers in Motorsports

10:30am Saturday, March 2

Volunteer Talk — Tammy Sue Bradley Presents: Women in Racing: A Look at Current Drivers in Motorsports

Danica Patrick is credited with increasing attendance at auto racing events, improving television ratings and inspiring many young girls' interest in motorsports. Patrick is considered a trailblazer for women in auto racing, and many agree her achievements have finally broken the gender barrier in an industry that is predominately male.

With Patrick’s retirement from the sport, is there another driver able to take on this role? This discussion will look at some of the current female drivers leading the way including 2017 Top Fuel Champion, Brittany Force, and 2015 Driving for Diversity participant, Natalie Decker.

Join museum volunteer Tammy Sue Bradley as she looks at the success of some of the top female drivers is racing. Tammy Sue is a WOS Volunteer and self-proclaimed fastest World of Speed NASCAR simulator driver.

Earlier Event: March 1
Otto's Storytime Garage
Later Event: March 8
Otto's Storytime Garage