Filmmaker Milla Bergh (36) has never driven a car in her life. But after meeting Ewy (94) one of Sweden's first professional race car drivers, she starts dreaming of getting a driver’s license. Milla finds Ewy’s diary from 1962. She gets drawn into the story of how Ewy and her co-driver Ursula rise to fame as they are signed by the Mercedes-Benz racing team.The same year they win the world’s most dangerous race “Argentina Grand Prix” as the only female team ever participating, shattering society's expectations on what a woman is capable of.
Ursula filmed their adventures with her 8mm color camera, leaving us with hours of incredible material. Inspired by her two role-models, Milla questions her own place in life: Is she in the passenger's, or driver's-seat?