The wives and girlfriends of racing drivers of the 1960s and 1970s, in most cases, were enthusiastic members of the team. They played an active part in the pit and paddock at race meetings, usually seen sitting on the pit counter with clipboard and stopwatches in hand. This enthusiasm and exuberance continued at home as the “clippings” secretary, cataloging words, pictures and other ephemera of their beloved’s career.
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