On Saturday, April 25, 2015 Lyn is slated to speak at Danville, California’s Blackhawk Automotive Museum – a Smithsonian Institution associate – as part of the museum’s Saturday Morning Lecture Series.

The series is attracting a steady stream of top racers, engineers, mechanics, advertising agency executives and journalists. And with the high-profile lecturers, attendance has grown. As part of the museum’s spring roster, Lyn’s April 25 guest spot follows the March 7 appearance of former Formula One competitor Howden Ganley.  Recently the San Jose Mercury News published a story detailing the pair of appearances.

An audience favorite is a portion of the lecture where each guest is asked then same six questions, including which car they would most like to drive coast to coast  – on either a luxury ride or madcap dash. When asked about her message, Lyn says she will bring a life lesson she learned on the track:

I’m blessed to have found the things I love to do in this world. There’s more inside us than we’re aware of. If you haven’t found fulfillment, keep going. With that, you can be empowered.

The lecture is slated for 10:30 AM – NOON on Saturday, April 25. Admission is free for museum members; or included with $15 museum admission. For more information or additional details, please contact the museum directly at 925-736-2280.