8 More Female Racers Hotter Than Danica Patrick
A popular post has been talented racers who are also beautiful women. Here’s another group of 8 gorgeous drivers who we’re sure will become your favorites.
As before, our yardstick is the famous Danica Patrick, who demonstrated that not just male drivers with perfect teeth, perfect hair, and a perfect 6-pack could be sex symbols.
Mikaela Ahlin-Kottulinsky is the 22 year granddaughter of a famous Swedish race driver. Like so many drivers, she started in kart, back in 2004. She currently races in the Audi Sport TT Cup where she’s managed one podium finish and two race fastest laps.
Shauntia “Tia” Norfleet, is the 29 year old daughter of NASCAR driver Bobby Norfleet. Tia had a rough start with NASCAR and turned to drag racing where she won 32 of the 57 events in which she competed.
Ashley Denton of Evening Shade, Arkansas spent six years building her Dodge Ram 2500 diesel, which she drag races. Neither the driver nor the truck are slow pokes, running easily in the 11s.
Alex Rogeo drag races her supercharged 800 hp 6.4L Hemi powered Dodge Magnum in NHRA, PSCA and WCHRA competition, finishing third in year-end point in the PSCA.
Nicole Lyons has achieved success in about every area she’s touched. First as a championship-winning drag racer, then a formidable rookie in NASCAR’s developmental series, and in the field of business where she’s President and CEO of Cole Muscle Cars.
McKenna Haase from Des Moines is an 18 year old driver who races a 305 Sprint Car on perhaps the most famous dirt track in the country: Knoxville Raceway. Iowa. She moved from karts into Sprint Cars, and won a heat in her very first time in the car. She’s looking to move into the larger 355 Sprints next year.
Doreen Siedel was German Playboy Playmate of the Year in 2008. That led to an opportunity to co-host a motoring car show. In 2011 she started racing competitively and entered the Scirocco R Cup in 2014. In 2015 she was a guest driver in Audi Sport TT Cup.
Courtney Force is the 27 year old daughter of NHRA Funny Car legend John Force. Driving a 8,500 hp Camaro for her father’s team, Courtney holds the record for most wins by a female in NHRA Funny Car competition.
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