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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Janet Guthrie
And while she said her racing career was mostly viewed with "absolute heresy" by men, she did have her backers.
"It's obviously a history-making event that will last a long, long time," Guthrie said, praising Patrick's feat. "It's a different era, of course. Different times. I can't imagine what I would do with a spotter or somebody telling me how to drive. It's rather a different sport now. Back then, there was a much greater difference from the front of the field to the back."