In May 2003, the first-ever “Women in the Winner’s Circle” event took place in Indianapolis. Its purpose was to celebrate the achievements of women in motorsports – both behind the wheel and behind the scenes. It was the first time a large group of women race car drivers and technical experts were brought together in one place at one time to share their thoughts, their challenges and their incredible enthusiasm with leaders in the motorsports industry and the community.

Because that first year was so successful, “Women in the Winner’s Circle” has become a highly anticipated annual event. This year, it has been moved to August to tie in with the Brickyard 400 and USAC events. But our goals remains the same: to celebrate the achievements of women in motorsports and to help prepare the way for future opportunities in motorsports.

In 2003, a panel discussion on the challenges facing women in motorsports was videotaped for broadcast on PBS stations across the nation. To purchase a copy of this nationally televised video, please click here.

To learn more about this year’s “Women in the Winner’s Circle Event,” please click here.

Lyn St James Foundatoin and the University of Indianapolis stufy "Time to Drive: Attitudes toward women in motorsports" A 22 page pdf report at

Lyn St. James Foundation Invitational Driver Development Program - Click here.




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