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Psychiatrist Susan Edelman, MD, says that's a deal breaker too.
Sure, he may 'feel' divorced and 'feel' like he's ready to move on, but you still have to wonder what else he's being dishonest about. 'Obviously, being married is a deal-breaker,' says 51-year old divorcee, Mia Winner.
Soon after a meeting with Bill France, the founder of Nascar, Skelton drove at Daytona Beach during Speed Week and set a stock-car record of 105.88mph in a 1954 Dodge Red Ram V8.
She was part of the team that drove a 1955 Dodge to 395 new records at the Bonneville.
In 1965 she set the women's world land-speed record, hitting 315.72mph at Bonneville Salt Flats.
Skelton was the first woman to be inducted into the International Aerobatic Hall of Fame and the Nascar International Motorsports Hall of Fame.
According to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, Skelton held more combined aircraft and automotive records than anyone in history.
In his 1994 biography, Betty Skelton: The First Lady of Firsts, Henry Holden wrote, "In an era when heroes were race pilots, jet jocks and movie stars, Betty Skelton was an aviation sweetheart, an international celebrity and a flying sensation." Skelton was an audacious aviatrix; her signature trick, in her Pitts Special biplane S-1C, Little Stinker, was the "inverted ribbon cut," a breathtaking manoeuvre in which a pilot flies upside down at about 150mph and about 12 feet from the ground to slice a ribbon strung between two poles with the propeller.
' What does that say about how he feels about my age? It's just unacceptable.' Marital status: It goes without saying that if a married man claims he's single, it's a deal-breaker, but what about a man who claims he's divorced when he's actually only separated?
Betty Skelton was an air-and-land daredevil in an era of male-dominated sports.
Breaking the gender barriers and setting records, she notched up three women's international aerobatics titles and 17 aviation and race-car world records during the 1940s and 1950s.
She gave her first amateur performance in a Fairchild PT-19 in early 1946, with a full professional debut months later in her own 1929 Great Lakes 2T1A biplane at the South-Eastern Air Exposition in Jacksonville, Florida, along with a new US Navy exhibition team, the Blue Angels.
Following her success in aerobatics tournaments and with the gender barriers in place, Skelton had little incentive to continue and so, in 1951, sold Little Stinker and moved on, but continued to fly for fun.