The Boston Red Sox, the Green Bay Packers and the Kentucky Derby all have rich, remarkable histories, but one of the greatest storied events of all time is the annual 24 Heures Du Mans. The racing tradition took hold of France in 1923, with women playing a key role since its start. While Danica Patrick is the most well-known woman in racing today, gearhead girls racing is profiling her predecessors in a series of articles about those who paved the road to the present, beginning with the 24 Heures Du Mans’ own original queens of speed, Odette Siko and Marguerite Mareuse.
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