George Eyston set racing records in the thirties that were unbeaten for decades. But the record of his all woman race team is little known. It was a time in America when women couldn't even write a check without a man's co-sign. But roaring around the countryside’s of the world a group of fast young women challenged the world of racing men. They were a team racing MG PA’s in 1935-37.They were brash enough and good enough to make it to the top – Le Mans. The European press dubbed them Eyston’s Dancing Daughters. The world accelerated. Racing took on political overtones across Europe.
It was a time in the world when politics, music,women, and cars were moving ever faster.
Few seem to know or care of the gathering storm in Europe.