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Eve Pauline Mayman

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Eve Pauline Mayman (née Vaughton) (1928-1989) was a British rally car driver who drove professionally in the male-dominated world of rallying. Pauline is remembered as navigator to Pat Moss in 1962, along with being her own driver. Notably winning the Baden-Baden rally with Pat, in a Mini. The two also came in third in the Geneva Rally. In Pat’s signature car, the Austin-Healey 3000, they were second in the Polish Rally and third in the Alpine and RAC Rallies.

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