Breadcrumb Home May 11, 2015 01:00 AM Remembering Denise McCluggage Tweet Share Share Email More Toggle Fullscreen Share Denise McCluggage “was a racer, and as such she understood other racers,” wrote Autoweek's Mark Vaughn. Toggle Fullscreen Share In the 1950s McCluggage entered the sports-writing and racing worlds, both of which were dominated by men. Toggle Fullscreen Share McCluggage guided this Ford Falcon in the 1964 Rally Monte Carlo, where she took first place in her class, along with co-driver Anne Hall. Toggle Fullscreen Share The self-taught McCluggage and professional driver Stirling Moss forged a friendship in competition. ... Toggle Fullscreen Share In later years, they share a moment at Pebble Beach. Denise McCluggage, a pioneering motorsports journalist, race car driver and author who was "the heart and soul" of magazine, died May 6. She was 88.