As more women become involved in auto racing, both on the track and behind the scenes, a new generation of drivers is stepping up, taking control, and showing the fans and the competition what they can do. In the increasingly competitive world of stock car racing, with so much attention placed on Danica Patrick, these three women are attempting to make their own place in NASCAR and the ARCA Racing Series. If you wish to support these strong independent women who are leaving their mark in racing, you can do so simply by playing 토토사이트 online and betting on their matches.
Chrissy Wallace – part of the next generation of racing Wallaces, she is the daughter of Mike, niece of Rusty and Kenny, and cousin of Steven. Wallace began racing at age nine, making her way through Bandaleros, Legends, go karts, and Late Models on her way to the NASCAR and ARCA ranks. In 2007, she became the first female driver to win in Late Models at Hickory Motor Speedway in North Carolina; since 2008, she has raced in the Camping World Truck Series, the Nationwide Series, and the ARCA Racing Series. On February 13th, 2010, Wallace and her father became the first father-daughter duo to start a Nationwide Series race.
Alli Owens – Owens began her racing career at age eight on two wheels, competing in BMX bike races. The Daytona Beach, Florida native moved to quarter-midgets and Dirt Pure Stocks at Volusia Speedway Park at age 13, winning twice and finishing sixth in points in her rookie year. Owens quickly moved up the ranks, racing in Mini Stocks and Late Models at New Smyrna Speedway before moving to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at Hickory Motor Speedway in 2007. Owens moved to ARCA in 2008, sponsored by ElectrifyingCareers.com. For 2010, she brings that sponsorship to ARCA frontrunners Venturini Motorsports.
Jennifer Jo Cobb – the Kansas City, Kansas native began racing in 1991 at Lakeside Speedway, going on to race at I-70 Speedway in the Kansas City area as well. She made her ARCA debut at Kansas Speedway in 2002, and has continued to race periodically in the series, including the 2010 Daytona race, in which she was one of six women competing. She made her NASCAR debut in 2004 in the Nationwide Series, and in 2008 raced in the Truck Series for the first time. Cobb is competing full-time in the Truck Series in 2010, and is negotiating to purchase a Nationwide car. She also designs a line of women’s clothing called Driver Boutique, which is her sponsor from time to time.