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Alli Owens ready to take on the racing world

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Mar 24th, 2008 10:18pm

Alli Owens has everything you need to be a successful race car driver. She has spunk, determination, and a raw ability to race cars and motorcycles. Despite the lack of opportunity for women in NASCAR, Owens’ dreams of becoming the first female Cup series champion. How did you get into racing? I lived in Indianapolis s for three years, and they held an annual Big Wheel Race. I was six-years-old and ...


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Theriault ready to claim place in racing world

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Mar 10th, 2008 9:36pm

Michelle Theriault grew up with her and her father, David, watching family friends race Quarter Midgets at local race tracks in Connecticut. When Michelle was five, she saw a race car for sale and asked to sit in it. The moment she hoped in, the race car driver from within emerged. She turned to her Dad and said, "I want this." Theriault competed in Quarter Midge, and earned 200 wins. She is the five ...


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DeCarlo revved up for Daytona ARCA opener

Posted by AskPatty - Automotive Advice for Women at Feb 12th, 2008 5:20pm

Gabi DeCarlo started racing karts at age 11, and entered her first race at the age of 12. After winning multiple kart championships, DeCarlo ran the Superkarts USA Pro Moto Tour with the KGB North America factory team for four years. During that time she was the only female in SKUSA Pro Moto history to finish a national season in the top twelve. DeCarlo moved up to open wheel race cars, and competed in both the ...


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