Stirling Moss Isn't Just Wrong About Female Drivers, He's SexistMatt Hardigree4/15/13 12:01pmFiled to: F1Stirling MossWomen in F1Susie WolffSusie Stoddart21613EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWhen I got up this morning and saw that our beloved Sir Stirling Moss commented on women in racing I sensed it would be bad, but I wasn't prepared for just how awful his response would end up being. He's not just wrong, he's wrong in a particularly offensive and sexist way.AdvertisementThe BBC just released a very good mini documentary about Susie Wolff, the female DTM driver who just got a spot as a development driver for Williams F1. The focus on the story is the typical one: Can a woman hack it?Even with drivers like Danica Patrick and Simona de Silvestro out there performing well in premier racing events, this is probably going to be debatable until a woman wins an F1 race (or maybe even a championship).So far, the results haven't been great. In the history of F1 there's been one driver to win F1 points (Lella Lombardi, who got 0.5) and the last female driver to attempt to race in F1 was Giovanna Amati, who tried to qualify three times and failed. Maria de Villotta, whom many hoped would be the first modern woman to race, was injured in a freak accident.