5 Best Female Race Car Drivers Ever!
#4 Pat Moss
Pat Moss is a five-time European Ladies' Rally Champion and one of most of successful female rally driver of all time. Pat started racing a Morris Minor nicknamed "Granny" in national rallies and later British Motoring Corporation invited her to take part in bigger events.
In 1958, Pat finished overall fourth in the RAC rally driving her Morris. In 1960, she won the overall honors driving an Austin Healey 3000 at the grueling road race - Liège-Rome-Liège. In 1961, she finished second in RAC rally and in 1962 she finished 3rd in the Legendary East African Safari rally driving a Saab.
The greatest achievement in her career was winning the Netherlands Tulip rally in a Mini Cooper. She had three outright wins and seven podiums to her credit in International Rallies.
Pat Moss was the sister of the renowned Formula 1 star Stirling Moss and was married to the Swedish Rally driver Erik Carlsson.
Pat Moss was also the author of the book "The Art and Technique of Driving".