In the world of motorsports, the Indianapolis 500 has long been considered ‘the only race’. In
May, 1977, Janet Guthrie earned a place among the prestigious field of 33. A year later,
overcoming impossible odds, Guthrie cobbled together her own team for a stunning success.
Yet just when her career should have rocketed forward, it suddenly, inexplicably stalled.
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