Women have been impressing fans of this sport much longer than many may realize, so we decided to take a look at a few those who have paved the way for today’s rising stars.
Racer Olivia Haworth from Langhorne, PA fell in love with motorsports at the age of 10, when she sat down to watch the Daytona 500 with her father.
RacingJunk.com is happy to announce its partnership with the Car Chix.
Top Alcohol driver and McLeod Racing Creative Director Krista Baldwin talks racing, mentorship and putting it all together for RacingJunk’s Women in Racing series.
Honda Performance Development (HPD) doesn’t care if its NTT IndyCar Series engineers are male or female; they’ve just got to be good at their jobs.
Sanctioning body NHRA has elected to make some performance adjustments to its Pro Stock Motorcycle, E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod and SAMTech.edu Factory Stock Showdown rules.
For our Women in Racing series, we interview Betsy Bennett, Communications Director for Goodguys Rod & Custom association about building Goodguys into what it is today.
RacingJunk feature’s reporter Anne Proffit in our Women in Racing series. Anne talks about coming up as a female auto journalist in the 1970s, her love for drag racing, and her service animal DeeDee.
Jianna Salinas’ mother went into labor at a racetrack, so you could say she’s been into the sport from the womb.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we kick off our Women in Racing series with Torq Masters owner and off-road racer Cora Jokinen.