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I am not that PC, but I am a reasonable person, and I simply don't buy into gender as a factor of limitation, when it is applied to motorsports. As my post about combat pilots displays, women are capable of enduring forces many times those in F1. If you read bjr's post again, he states clearly that, "there are more than just physical differences between men and women". That statement is a direct assertion that intellectually, mentally, or genetically they are lacking. Yes I agree that, in some cases, there are jobs more suited for men, but racing is not one of them. In fact, racing is the one sport where even those with disabilities can perform quite well and on even terms with their peers. I also disagree that the attitude of a woman racer is different, they are exactly the same as that of a man, aggressive and consumed by a desire to win.