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Theres no sound in the world like the scream of an Indy car The seamless vibrato of an eight cylinder engine humming at over 10000rpms and the nerve wracking pitch change as an open wheel race car flies by at 200 miles per hour are sounds everybody knows Sitting in the custom molded race seat a few inches off the ground the most dominant sound you hear is a constant high-pitched wail a noise that is at once as beautiful as a concert piano and as unnerving as a sonic boom With a chance to experience something like this what would you do The answer is anything and all NASCAR drivers have to contend with that wide open range of possibilities Lyn StJames more so than most because besides the usual problems and strife she also had to contend with being only the second female to every try and race on the professional circuit In her accomplishments Lyn proved herself to be a determined and perseverant individual Even before she started racing this was true growing up she already likes racing but when her mother found out she scolded Lyn and told her that she was never to race again that she should study the piano and become a secretary like a proper lady And Lyn did just that she went to school and became a secretary for US Steel in Cleveland and taught piano part-time When she married John Carusso she got back into racing not personally but as a handy girl for his pit crew and garage while he was racing in a small circuit knows as SCCA When he moved up to a corvette and a higher circuit of racing he loaned her the 1973 ford pinto he had been racing and she took it on her first race after taking the required classes of course But on her first race she drove it into a sinkhole But even though she knew
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