We were blessed to know you. You have always inspired me by the delight you had in people and in life and your constant seeking of knowledge, your wisdom. Something that many people don’t realize is that Mollie Miles was a driver to. Clearly, “Ford v Ferrari” is about men, and that’s fine. The conflict between Ken Miles and the Ford bureaucrats is played up significantly in the movie, in addition to Miles' hot temper. The real story of Miles' death is far more shocking. You have a great soul, Granny Miles. We have some amazing memories and we Thankyou both. For the last third of the movie, Balfe is required to squint nervously at a TV screen, watching Ken drive in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race that constitutes the story’s drawn out climax. What an inspiration you were to the living sole nothing was a problem everyone you touched were inspired. Caitriona Balfe in Twentieth Century Fox’s FORD V FERRARI. Granted, Ken did die from a race test gone wrong (not in the movie, but it came after 1966) but it was never something Mollie allowed herself to show fear of happening. People’s Choice Awards live tonight, 25 shows to watch on Netflix if you love Outlander, Outlander books chronological order: Timeline breakdown, Outlander: 25 best Claire and Jamie moments thus far, Outlander: 25 most romantic moments so far, Caitriona Balfe shares why Outlander remains fresh, 'SNL' just released every appearance of Bill Hader as Stefon ever. Mollie supports her husband’s passion. It focuses on the partnership of the real Ken Miles (played by Christian Bale) and Carroll Shelby (played by Matt Damon), who accepted Henry Ford II’s challenge to produce a racing car that could out-perform his Italian rivals over at Ferrari. This should be something that comes up in Ford v Ferrari as it will play an important part in the relationship between Mollie and Ken. My condolences to your family and my thoughts are with you all as you celebrate a great lady, she will be with Tom now and at peace. But even films about men — of which there are many — can include fully-formed women. Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices. Please submit a letter to the editor. Still, Mollie as an individual remains an enigma. While no women competed in the ‘60s, 61 women have driven in 24 Hours of Le Mans. On the other hand, Miles’s biopic is being portrayed in the upcoming movie Ford v Ferrari by “Ford v Ferrari” is an acting showcase for Bale and Damon, who are admittedly magic together. “Ford v Ferrari” is a film about designing, constructing and racing cars that’s set in the mid-1960s.