Sounds Familiar…

Amati, the last woman to race in Formula One, described her experience there for F1 Racing Magazine, saying: “It’s a male environment and they want to keep it that way – the drivers, the journalists, everyone. Only one person came up to me and offered me his hand at my first GP in South Africa – and that was Ayrton Senna. He came over and said, ‘Welcome Giovanna, I’m glad you’re here. My congratulations.’ The others ignored me, and when I failed they shrugged and said it was because I was a woman.” True Champions, it seems, are sometimes proven as Greats not just on track…

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