Genevra Delphine Mudge

Genevra Delphine Mudge is widely considered to be the first ever female racing driver, having started her career all the way back in 1899.

She was acclaimed as a talented driver and interestingly, she chose a Waverly Electric as her first car in New York City. A year later she took up gasoline powered racing in her own Locomobile and was the first woman in US history to be issued with a drivers license.

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