Born Danica Sue Patrick in 1982 Danica is probably the most well known female driver today inspiring millions of female drivers around the world (and charming male ones). Danica is much more than just a pretty Sports Illustrated cover with a highly accomplished resume in the Indy Car and NASCAR circuits.
In 2009 Danica placed third at the Indianapolis 500 setting a record for the highest finish ever by a woman in the history of the Indy 500. Danica has also become something of a legend on the web acting as the main spokesperson title for the GoDaddy brand – or GoDaddy Girl as Bob Parsons likes to brand. Her beauty and racing talent has created a loyal following and gained much more celebrity power than almost any other female driver in current history.
In 2005 Danica was named IndyCar Rookie of the Year and for 3 of the last 4 years she has been IndyCar’s most popular driver.Patrick currently drives the #7 GoDaddy.com Honda/Dallara for Andretti Autosport.
Jessica is a drag racer, Model and TV Host.
Venezuelan race car driver who currently competes in the IndyCar Series.
Milka is the first Latin American women driver ever to be classified as an “expert driver” and if there is anything sexy about women drivers Milka Duno has it all. Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Milka has not just been featured on covers of magazines worldwide but proved year after year she is one hell of a race driver.
Milka’s most noted debut was at the American LeMan’s Series racing a Dodge Viper GTS finishing third making her the first woman in history to ever finish in this category at the series. More titles and crowns include:
Racing is not Milka’s only talent however as she also holds a masters degree in Organizational Development, Naval Architecture, Maritime Business, and Marine Biology and even worked prior to racing as a naval engineer. Milka is best known for holding the record of the highest finish ever for a female driver in the 24 Hours of Daytona.
4-Jennifer Jo Cobb
A Kansas City native who has run sporadically in the NASCAR Camping World Truck and Nationwide Series.
In 2010, Jennifer became the highest finishing points finisher in any of the three major NASCAR Series, finishing 17th in final points.For 2011, Jennifer expects to continue racing her own #10 truck full time in the Camping World Truck Series, and will also drive the first 5 races in the Nationwide Series in the #79 for 2nd Chance Motorsports.
Scottish racing driver. She has progressed through the ranks of motorsport, starting off in karting, then moving up to Formula Renault and Formula 3 before moving to the DTM to compete for Mercedes-Benz since 2006. 2010 is her fifth season in the DTM. She lives in Ermatingen, Switzerland with her boyfriend Toto Wolff, an investor in the Williams Formula One team and part-time racing driver.
6-Ashley Force Hood
She's funny car drag racer for John Force Racing. She is the daughter of 15-time NHRA Funny Car national champion John Force and his wife Laurie Force. She is married to Daniel Hood, who works for John Force Racing.
American race car driver and environmental activist. She drives in the ARCA Series, a development league of NASCAR and previously drove in the Firestone Indy Lights, the development league of IndyCar.
German race car driver born in Siegburg, North Rhine-Westphalia. Catharina started her career in karting during 1997, moving up to Austrian Formula Ford in 2000. Her performances there resulted in one race in German Formula Ford, also during 2000. In 2001 she competed in German Formula BMW.
Alison MacLeod started racing at the age of 7 in go-karts and was hooked after winning her first trophy. She moved up to shifter karts at the age of 12 and was signed by Ford Racing at the age of 14 to run USAC midgets.
For the 2010 season, Macleod was looking for funding to run in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series or ARCA.
Amanda has the fresh-faced good looks of a college coed on any campus in Any town, USA. At first sight, she looks like the girl next-door type, probably on the cheerleading squad.
Then, when you see her on a race you realize there is much more behind the pretty face.
Amanda is a drag radial racer ,a very talented racer at that.
Some people are just born to race. It’s in their blood and in their heritage. In Drag Racing, a largely male dominated sport, it’s unusual though to Pretty woman who could be on the next cover of a glamour magazine and is also a professional car builder and race car driver.
Nicole Lyons is that woman and is truly a lady of Drag Racing from start to finish. Lyons drives a Top Sportsman Comp Eliminator Monte Carlo in the NHRA’s Division 7 class and grew up with a natural passion for racing. She and her team were spotted Last year running exhibition and testing at the Pacific Street Car Association’s California Nationals. Lyons said they were preparing for an upcoming Lucas Oil series event in Sonoma . The team has been attending some outlaw style street car events like the PSCA to gain extra test time and earn team publicity.