Re: Women lack the mental skill for F1
According to Stirling Moss.
Is he right or a relic?
That attitude is rightly a thing of the past - if a woman is physically tough enough to compete there is no reason why she shouldn't. However, studies of the brain have shown that there are differences between the sexes, so there MIGHT be something in what he says, although I doubt it. The car is more important than the driver anyway - Schumachers return proved that.
More to the point - why would a woman want to drive around in circles for hours ? I can't understand why the men do it. Pointless 'sport'.
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