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FIA WEC to Eliminate Grid Girls

FIA World Endurance Championship to eliminate grid girls…

Photo: John Dagys

Photo: John Dagys

Grid girls will be a thing of the past in the FIA World Endurance Championship, with the globe-trotting sports car championship set to do away with the eye-catching scantily clad women beginning this year.

Speaking to Reuters during yesterday’s launch of the Silverstone round in London, FIA WEC CEO Gerard Neveu confirmed the championship’s proactive new direction.

“From Silverstone next week, you will see that for any race we will do, no grid girls like in the past,” Neveu told Reuters.

“For me that is the past. The condition of women is a little bit different now.”

The move comes on the basis of sexism while also supporting women working in motorsport. The championship regularly features female drivers, such as Keiko Ihara, while also mechanics and crew including multi-time Le Mans-winning engineer Leena Gade, of Audi Sport.

The FIA WEC is the first major series to take such an action.

In addition to the doing away of grid girls, Neveu confirmed another change to the grid process, which will see the cars lined up in echelon formation, a format commonly used in American sports car racing.

John Dagys is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sportscar365 as well as the recently launched e-racing365 Web site for electric racing. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for Channel, and contributes to other publications worldwide. Contact John



  1. John

    April 3, 2015 at 5:43 am

    1000 jobs will be lost. Now many of them will consider taking up the oldest job in the world.
    I don’t think this is a good idea.

    • Jack

      April 3, 2015 at 6:57 am

      Wasn’t sure why this was the conclusion you came to, then I saw your name and it all made sense.

    • Ken Graham

      April 3, 2015 at 10:00 am

      John…You are one sick man 🙁

    • Matt

      April 3, 2015 at 10:43 am

      Hahahahahah this is so true.

    • Marvin Jones

      April 3, 2015 at 1:32 pm

      I have a pretty simple policy when it comes to organization passing standards that I don’t agree with; I stop supporting them. I will no longer support the WEC. Grid Girls are part of the show, there is no reason to ban them.

      • AudiTT

        April 3, 2015 at 8:22 pm

        I doubt any series caresmuch about losing the support of a handful of people who go to motor racing to lear over scanty clad women. They are literally a dying breed.

        The future is inclusion and expanding the sports horizons.

      • Joanne

        April 14, 2016 at 6:25 am

        Bye then haha ? you obviously don’t like motorsport maybe tit bars are your thing ?

    • Alianora La Canta

      April 4, 2015 at 6:22 am

      How did you come to that number? Most grid girls only do their local race, so that’s 3-4 days of work lost total for each one. As a general rule, these women will mostly do other work anyway (modelling, PR, a factory-based job with a team, or any number of other jobs). It’s not going to dent these people’s job prospects much, and the benefit of people watching racing being given the message that everyone is there for racing-relevant reasons will enhance the job prospects of women in general considerably.

  2. Brad

    April 3, 2015 at 6:28 am

    Well done FIA on destroying tradition. Bloody joke. I guess advertising must now remove all female models and all other model work must be banned. Heck, we didn’t even see grid girls on the screen. These extreme feminists are doing a great job… that and/or expansion into the middle east is forcing this move, in that case, we must ask is it really worth it?

    • Dan

      April 3, 2015 at 8:31 am

      Extreme feminists? Please. This is a common-sense move. Regarding women as little more than visual objects has nothing to do with motorsports and is a “tradition” whose destruction is decades overdue.

      • Gordon

        April 3, 2015 at 8:46 am

        If it was a tradition whose end was long overdue, why were so many women making a decision to go out on the grid willingly. That’s right they make their money on whatever modeling work they can get.

        Now I’m neither here nor there on this but don’t toss out the old line of “visual objects” as, they choose to do it. It’s ONE tool they have in the bag for the success of their career. A career I remind you that DEPENDS on their looks.

        • Dan

          April 3, 2015 at 9:39 am

          So a vestige of repressive patriarchy is totally fine so long as women can choose the specific manifestation of their degradation? … That women are far more likely to depend on a career based on their looks is entirely the problem. And how does choice alter or mitigate the reality of women as visual objects? Is that a status you would be comfortable occupying? Would you want your daughter (assuming you have one) pursuing a job where’s required to “stand their and look pretty”?

          [Note: I think this is actually a productive thread of conversation that I’m glad to see emerge in the motorsports community.]

          • Gordon

            April 3, 2015 at 11:22 am

            Actually I have two daughters and I would tell them exactly what I’m about to tell you. If they CHOOSE to be a model then that’s entirely up to them. Nobody can or is forcing them into it. Get after it. I would do my absolute best to get them to aquire a quality education that will translate into actual work, not women’s studies or the like. Not the typical social justice degrees but engineering, architecture, biology, etc. If they choose to get a job that has people looking AT them, that’s their choice. Nobody is objectifying them, they willingly began modeling. And nobody should ever tell them that they shouldn’t pursue a career in modeling. That’s pretty un-feminist.

          • Gordon

            April 3, 2015 at 11:24 am

            All that said……….if the FIA-WEC chooses to not have models as umbrella girls that’s cool. It’s their show, but this conversation should have never gotten to the “patriarchy”, now that’s laughable.

          • The Brad

            April 3, 2015 at 12:10 pm

            Yeah the Victorias Secret models look very sad and depressed. They’re clearly being oppressed and are uncomfortable being an object of desire.

            Today’s Dilbert is applicable.

          • Jordan

            April 3, 2015 at 3:12 pm

            @ Dan,

            You know what I find degrading?

            That you think so little of women that you think that you have to make decisions for them on what they can and can’t do.

          • Atemi

            April 3, 2015 at 5:20 pm

            By your tortured logic, the entire fashion industry is based upon nothing more than repressive sexist patriarchy.

            Human beings are hard wired to enjoy viewing other human beings we find attractive. There is nothing repressive or unnatural about it.

            What is repressive is when people like you attempt to legislate away perfectly natural human behaviors of consenting adults. This is based upon your intellectual inability to distinguish between exploitation and celebration.

            The FIA WEC’s decsion to eliminate this tradition is a wobbly-kneed response to the scourge of political correctness of which you are a unwitting victim.

          • meg

            July 6, 2015 at 12:45 pm

            As a woman who doesn’t feel she is an extreme feminist, just a woman who wants equal treatment and to feel comfortable in my life, I am so happy this is a movement coming to pass. I feel hindered getting into cars because I don’t like how car shows go hand in hand with objectification. I feel like I must be another scantily clad woman if I go to them. It’s not just about being a feminist and I love the female form too, but having a bimbo along with th cars being showcased makes the woman look like she is being viewed as another object of desire, she’s not an object. It’s not necessary anymore. My boyfriend doesn’t even enjoy this.

        • Alianora La Canta

          April 4, 2015 at 6:23 am

          Gordon, you do know the economy collapsed a few years ago? And that simply because a job can be done doesn’t necessarily mean it is useful or wise for it to be conducted in a given series’ context?

          • Gordon

            April 4, 2015 at 10:18 pm

            Actually the overall economy has nothing to do with what job anyone chooses to do. The economy has nothing to do with the WEC decision to stop the grid girl thing. I personally don’t care if they have them or not. The decision is ultimately up to WEC. But don’t try to make anyone believe the economy had anything to do with the decision, it was simply a reaction to political correctness run amok. Nothing more. Though, again the decision is theirs of course if you’re heading into the economy subject, the FIA-WEC isn’t helping the grid girls’ economic growth by cutting out a potential job for them for a whole weekend each year now are they?

      • Fibber Mc Gee..

        April 3, 2015 at 10:12 am

        Dan. What nursing home are you in. Aren’t they treating you well…LOL

        • AudiTT

          April 3, 2015 at 8:29 pm

          What we have discovered today is misogyny is alive and well in the motor racing world. Speak to woman involved in the sport and they’ll tell you this practice is out dated, it’s removal is long overdue.

          • Racefanjax

            April 4, 2015 at 12:36 am

            AudiTT, have you spoken to women involved in the sport? And they told you specifically that this practice is outdated?

            Have you walked around a major racing series paddock? Have you noticed all the pretty women who are connected to drivers, vendors, sponsors, etc? Auto racing is a glamorous sport, and it attracts glamorous people. Misogyny? Perhaps we should just cease all racing, nee all professional sporting events….

          • Alianora La Canta

            April 4, 2015 at 6:41 am

            Racefanjax, several women working in motorsport have said publically that they believe the practice is outdated, and have expounded in more detail than I could why it is outdated. The best of these (from someone who’s worked as both a grid girl and in other capacities in the pit lane) is the one by Shea Adams, and is particularly good at explaining why the use of grid girls makes it harder for any woman who wants to succeed in another motorsport capacity. (I will also add that I’ve known a number of women who have struggled to get respect as fans because of their gender, though that seems to be location-dependent).

            It’s not a ban on pretty women, and I’m sure there’ll still be a fair number of them associated with teams and sponsors. It’s a ban on a specific job whose role has become obsolete in the context of where a particular series believes its future to be, that happens to be a good moral choice as well.

    • Joanne

      April 14, 2016 at 6:29 am

      Can you imagine if your partner took you say to a horse event or something she likes and every horse or item was being held by a nearly half naked man who makes you feel very uncomfortable, really would you appreciate your wife leering in front of you as if your not even really there not good really is it also women are more than just sexual beings for men to leer at about time

  3. Richard Reeves

    April 3, 2015 at 6:38 am

    As I suggested in a longer comment on, it’s time we coin a new name for Jean Todt (with a nod to Seinfeld):

    The Boob Nazi

  4. Jessie

    April 3, 2015 at 8:06 am

    They might as well do away with girls at car shows as well How childish

    • JAGLeMans

      April 3, 2015 at 8:55 am

      Yes, yes they absolutely should do.

      Only recently I recall watching some car show coverage (for the first time in a good while) and was taken aback by this practice. It seems so outdated and out of place, frankly it was cringeworthy to see Chris Harris chatting about the latest and greatest, while a model paraded behind him.

      • Jessie

        April 3, 2015 at 9:01 am

        Not every one is a pervert you know

    • Chopper T

      April 3, 2015 at 8:56 am

      Exactly. That will be on the agenda too. Cheerleaders, models, in fact burka’s may become compulsory, as we flee, scared to death, literally, of “offending” those who continue to rape our economies with high oil prices… This is obscene.

      • JAGLeMans

        April 3, 2015 at 9:09 am

        It sounds like you have bigger issues than worrying about Grid girls……..

        • Jimmy

          April 3, 2015 at 9:47 pm

          How about you attack his argument like someone not trying to play politics.

    • FlyingLobster27

      April 3, 2015 at 1:00 pm

      Recently, one of my sisters worked as a hostess for Audi at the Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris. I repeat: “hostess”, not “model”. She was a business representative.
      My point being that, one day on that job, a man came up to her and remarked “I can’t believe there are so many cars on show at this Prostitution Salon”. That says what some car enthusiasts think of having girls in bikinis blocking the view.

      More than the decision to remove the grid girls, I approve of Neveu putting things in their place: “the stars are the sportscars and the drivers”. This sentence deserves more press.

  5. Ozzeh

    April 3, 2015 at 8:31 am

    ‘Eliminating’ them seems a bit harsh

  6. Chopper T

    April 3, 2015 at 8:52 am

    Wow. For those of you saying this is all long over due, and anything else PC that suits your narrow minded needs, why don’t you all go live in a dictatorship somewhere, as enjoyment and happiness are also banned there too. The girls totally love their work. It’s a big deal to them, apart from the money. It’s a leg up, as you were, in their professional modeling career, not to mention a thrill at being on the grid of a race. No one is forcing them there. But a load of miserable PC bureaucrats have decided they know whats best for us, the mere trolls, on whose backs they sit and take money from. Soon, we will not only see a ban on ANY female in advertising, but looking at someone, in a perfectly natural way, will be illegal too. We would not want to “offend” the Muslims, whose countries we race in now, would we?. Where does all THEIR money come from? Oh right. From ripping off the world for decades, that’s where. So lighten up, ACO. TRY and stay in touch with the REAL world and keep your miserable humorless grey dull and boring world to yourself. Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders beware. A load of grumpy narrow minded PC idiots will try and eliminate your jobs too. They won’t be happy until we are all wearing green or grey Mao suits, and we all look the same. No one will have any advantage over anyone else. Well except for them that makes up all this BS. They will be living large, of course. Bring back the Grid Girls. Long live freedom of expression. Down with dictators at every level of society.

    • Dan

      April 3, 2015 at 9:41 am

      Or, you know, maybe we just think women have more than their looks to offer to a free society. But don’t let facts get in the way of a good rant.

      • Gordon

        April 3, 2015 at 11:29 am

        Again, what if she CHOOSES to use her looks. This idea YOU HAVE that women shouldn’t be allowed to CHOOSE to use their looks for a career is kinda patriarchal, dontcha’think?

        • JAGLeMans

          April 3, 2015 at 12:00 pm

          If someone wishes to choose a modelling career that’s fine. Models as ‘set decoration’ at motorsport events is simply outdated.

          The sport needs to be inclusive, invite schools and local worthy organisations to support teams, encourage new fans to the sport.

        • Dan

          April 3, 2015 at 12:05 pm

          That would be partiarchal, if I said it. But I didn’t.

          • Gordon

            April 3, 2015 at 12:43 pm

            Actually Dan, in your VERY first reply to me you stated and I quote “So a vestige of repressive patriarchy is totally fine so long as women can choose the specific manifestation of their degradation?”. So yes, yes you did bring it up.

          • Alianora La Canta

            April 4, 2015 at 6:50 am

            Gordon, Dan never said women couldn’t use looks for a career. He said women could also use other abilities for a career and shouldn’t be limited to just using looks for a career. (That may seem irrelevant until you understand the extent to which the presence of grid girls has contributed to an implicit assumption, especially among sponsors, that women don’t deserve their respect if doing a job more directly relevant to the race).

        • Alianora La Canta

          April 4, 2015 at 6:47 am

          Modelling is a tough world, and those do it professionally is as skilled as any of the people we see working in WEC. However, it is one thing for a job to make sense to an applicant (the “what if she chooses” argument) and another for a job to make sense to an employer.

          If that employer sees that having grid girls is harming the way the viewers perceive racing, making it more difficult for some people to get, maintain and be taken seriously in the jobs their ability suggests they should be in and reducing the talent flow into the series in general (if unintentionally on the part of all involved), then it makes no sense for the employer (WEC) to offer the “grid girl” role.

          For a series that wanted to be “retro” and didn’t mind being pointlessly male-dominated, the equation would likely be different. Each series has to make its own decision – but I do believe WEC is on the right side of history.

      • Atemi

        April 3, 2015 at 5:24 pm

        It seems to have escaped your colossal intellect, Dan, that these women are consenting adults.

        The repressive neanderthal is the one who thinks these women need to be protected from making their own decisions.

    • Racefanjax

      April 4, 2015 at 12:39 am

      Here, here Chopper T. Kudos….

  7. Ko I

    April 3, 2015 at 9:06 am

    I think this is an overall positive, as society is moving away from the concept of objectifying women.
    I can’t read the mind of the person that made this decision, but I’d be willing to bet it’s more what I’m saying and less anything like appeasing those in the middle east who would object to a woman being so exposed in public. If they were trying to do that, they’d also be trying to ban female drivers.
    Sure, the grid girls do it of their own will, but that’s because our society tends to teach girls that a woman’s value is tied to their appearance.
    IMO, a better route would have been to simply not hire models, but allow anyone who wants to be a grid girl (or grid boy) to be drawn, lottery-style, for the chance.

    • Maurice

      April 3, 2015 at 9:43 am

      Politically correct nonsense. If you want to really stop objectifying women, then ban skirts, high heel shoes, make up, bikinis, low cut tops, shorts, sandals, form fitting dresses. The Taliban would say they have the perfect solution to avoid the objectification of women- it’s called a burka.

      • Dan

        April 3, 2015 at 9:46 am

        Please explain: What do scantily clad women have to do with organizing and running a motorsports event? What are we losing by not having “grid girls”? Last I checked, we show up and tune in to see cars race. Have I been missing the point?

        • Maurice

          April 3, 2015 at 10:05 am

          I haven’t seen any scantily dressed women on the grid. I have seen women with less on at the beach, at pools, at bars, at nighclubs. Do you consider the picture above to be a picture of scantily dressed women? No, they are not scantily dressesd-but facts never get in the way of political correctness. The events put grid girls on the grid who agree to be on the grid. If you don’t care about the grid girls that’s fine, but some people like the tradition.

          • Dan

            April 3, 2015 at 12:07 pm

            What role are the women in the picture above playing in the race?

        • Joanne

          April 14, 2016 at 8:35 am

          Well said lol, why would people moan about girls if it’s the sport they were going to see haha ?

      • Martyn

        April 3, 2015 at 10:00 am

        So placing someone on a freezing cold Silverstone grid in early April in a skimpy outfit for a few quid to impress a few blokes is not classed as objectifying women? Large over-reaction I think! If they put men on the grid with hardly any clothes on I assume you’ll be outraged?

        As Dan says, it has very little to do with motorsports. They haven’t put a ban on attractive women in the paddocks with the teams and/or sponsors, so if there is a real need for it then it can still happen. I don’t see how its an important part of the race proceedings, other than to please a handful of old fashioned men in the grandstands.

      • Alianora La Canta

        April 4, 2015 at 6:51 am

        Some people are capable of objectifying burqas, and nobody has designed an item of clothing capable of preventing objectification. This should surprise nobody, as objectification is in the eye and mind of the beholder and nothing to do with the beheld.

  8. MaskedRacer

    April 3, 2015 at 10:00 am

    Trust me this is a win for married men especially those who have wives who are very uptight and sensitive about any half way attractive women getting to within their eyesight.

  9. N8

    April 3, 2015 at 10:03 am

    Is this just grid girls that hold the position placard, or are teams now not allowed to bring models to an event?

    I get it and really, I could care less either way. It does almost insinuate that there’s something wrong with being a model though. And women like Riana Crehan and Danielle Teal that turned a grid girl opportunity into an on-camera motorsports career might suggest that this attitude could end up hurting women who want to be involved, but don’t have the the technical background to be the next Monisha Kaltenbounre.

    • Alianora La Canta

      April 4, 2015 at 6:55 am

      It looks like just grid girls at this point. Whether there will be a letter saying the opposite of Bernie Ecclestone’s infamous “reserve pit passes for really glamorous ladies” message to Caterham in 2013 is not a matter I would attempt to predict at this time.

  10. Jason Elliott

    April 3, 2015 at 10:12 am

    I totally agree with Chopper T. All the grid girls I have met love what they do. Its nice to have a bit of glamour at a motor race, (and have your picture taken with them!). I hope IMSA don’t go down the same route.

    • Maurice

      April 3, 2015 at 10:26 am

      Your simple post says it all for people who like having grid girls.

  11. Kirk

    April 3, 2015 at 11:06 am

    But without grid girls how will the drivers know where to line up? It’ll be mass chaos!

    • Jessie

      April 3, 2015 at 11:09 am

      Funny !!

    • Alianora La Canta

      April 4, 2015 at 6:57 am

      F1 uses race numbers on long poles. WEC could adopt this if the problem proves acute 😉

  12. Ernie2492

    April 3, 2015 at 11:26 am

    If I want to see the girls, I could go to beach or fashion show, not to circuit because I want to see cars.

    • Jessie

      April 4, 2015 at 3:07 am

      If I want to see just cars I can go to the highway

      • Helmut

        April 4, 2015 at 6:25 pm

        One of the best posts 😉

  13. william martin

    April 3, 2015 at 11:32 am

    They wont say it but the real reason is to cut costs. They are shedding anything non essential.

    In my opinion the wec itself probably put up some parts of the cost of their live broadcasts on fox. So to compensate they are doing away with anything non essential.

  14. MDR

    April 3, 2015 at 11:37 am

    Ah, great, today we ban the grid girls, tomorrow, thus all women will be wearing the burqa in the near future. Thanks for the chuckle, my friends!

    • Maurice

      April 3, 2015 at 12:00 pm

      If you follow the logic of this subjective nonsense about objectifying women, then yes, the logical conclusion is the burqa.

      • JAGLeMans

        April 3, 2015 at 1:00 pm

        It’s probably best to accept the argument has been lost when you need to make the leap from banning grid girls to wearing the Burqa.

        • Maurice

          April 3, 2015 at 1:20 pm

          No, its probably best to except the fact that you didn’t understand the point about the burqa. If you look at the original post about a burqa, it refers to the Talibans way of keeping society from objectifying women- cover them up from head to toe.

          • MDR

            April 3, 2015 at 2:35 pm

            You do realise that this is actually the same line of argument as the mentioned Talibans use? ‘Any dilution of our customs will automatically end up with the extremes of the other people’.

            If that inability or denial of seeing the wide scope of possibilities inbetween the extremes is a sign for an enlightened society, then I’ve got a reason to be really worried.

          • Alianora La Canta

            April 4, 2015 at 6:58 am

            Not to mention that women wearing burqas haven’t fixed the problem in some places either!

  15. SB

    April 3, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    I think this is great. Grid girls are an anachronism. They have no place in racing and are sexist. Glad to see them gone.

    • Maurice

      April 3, 2015 at 1:25 pm

      They are only gone in the FIA WEC, for now. By the way, alcohol and obscene drunks have no place in racing, but I don’t hear any clap trap about that. Just ban the attractive grid girls- the “anachronism”.

      • Alianora La Canta

        April 4, 2015 at 6:59 am

        Probably because fewer people encounter people who are noticeably drunk at races…

  16. Matty

    April 3, 2015 at 1:27 pm

    This probably means no Hawaiian Tropic Girls anymore at Le Mans. They’ve been part of the tradition of pre-race for three decades. But well if eliminating perverts from race weekends was the goal.. I guess it was successful.

    • Kirk

      April 3, 2015 at 2:18 pm

      That’s the thing. They might eliminate the grid girls, but go to any TUSC event and you’ll still see the Continental Tire girls, the Falken tire girls, the Tequila Patron girls, the Turner Motorsports girls, etc.

      Personally I don’t see what the big deal is. Pretty girls and racing have always gone together, ever since the first trophy queen kissed the first race winner. Let’s face it, racing is a guys hobby and also a commercial hobby, and what better way to attract guys to your product than a pretty girl?

      • JAGLeMans

        April 3, 2015 at 4:06 pm

        Motorsport is losing it’s audience, as a sport it needs to attract a wider, more diverse audience.

        I don’t know if it’s a generation thing, or different cultures, but the idea “pretty girls” attract guys to racing seems so outdated.

      • Alianora La Canta

        April 4, 2015 at 7:00 am

        TUSC isn’t in WEC, so presumably it will have grid girls anyway. But there doesn’t seem to be a ban on WEC teams having promotional models.

  17. Jordan

    April 3, 2015 at 4:13 pm

    You know what I find degrading?

    That a bunch of people think so little of women that they have to make decisions for them on what they can and can’t do.

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  19. Helmut

    April 4, 2015 at 7:09 pm

    Official FIA WEC posting from Facebook:

    “WEC garages, paddocks, grandstands, hospitality & media rooms are full of intelligent, hard-working and beautiful women, always much appreciated by everyone not just before race starts. We have many more beautiful women who work with the WEC than just those holding number panels.”

    Okay, you think grid girls are outdated, and you think women are more than just an eye-candy. Why do you have to allude to >>beautiful<>>good-looking<<< hard-working male crew members, drivers, …, do we.

    I really don't care much about this debate, as the statement just shows how ridiculous the whole thing is. The message is "we don't want this form of sexism, but a less explicit version is great".

    Leaving aside that grid girls are really a minor issue if you consider it an issue at all. If the FIA WEC really were interested in discrimination against women and women's rights they should not hold events in countries like Bahrain. Yes, Bahrain is liberal when compared to other Arabian countries, but nonetheless it's a dictatorial regime with human rights violations and practically limited women's rights. Thus it's just dishonest. I wouldn't even be surprised if grid girls had been abolished due to some "hints" from Bahrain instead of considering a modern image of women.

    • Helmut

      April 4, 2015 at 7:11 pm

      Okay, you think grid girls are outdated, and you think women are more than just an eye-candy. Why do you have to allude to >>beautiful>good-looking<<>beautiful<>good-looking<<< hard-working male crew members, drivers, …, do we.

  20. Helmut

    April 4, 2015 at 7:13 pm

    Hm, there seems to be some issue with the spelling/the special characters. What I had wanted to write (3rd attempt):

    Okay, you think grid girls are outdated, and you think women are more than just an eye-candy. Why do you have to allude to “beautiful” women twice within a short statement then, and not to women in general, women as such, including the less beautiful? We also don’t talk about “good-looking” hard-working male crew members, drivers, …, do we.

  21. John

    April 6, 2015 at 3:27 pm

    The WEC should not turn its back on its roots…

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