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Indianapolis — A new era in motor racing begins as the green flags fly on Sunday with the first-ever predominantly female team taking on the Indy 500 in the US for the first time.

“Women didn’t know it was for them and the few who did didn’t have a lot of opportunity,” Paretta Autosport team owner Beth Paretta told Reuters, when asked why it took more than a century for a team like hers to even reach the starting line...

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