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Author Topic:   How many women race at your track?
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 16
posted May 02, 2003 08:46 AM
Also are there any womens classes at your track? We have a ladies front wheel drive class at our local track and so far it is going well. We are starting to get a whole lot more attention, and its great. They gave us a chance and I am really glad they did; I think they should have a womens class at every track, that way most are beginners together...The thrill of racing is so intense I wouldn't give it up for anything!!!If you don't mind give me your opinion on the subject, I'd appreciate it. Thanks and good luck to all this season!!

Dirt Freak

Total posts: 218
posted May 06, 2003 09:18 AM
There is one lady that races at the BLuegrass Motor Speedway.

She runs in the Purestreet class.

We dont have a ladies only class.

Dirt Roller

Total posts: 8
posted May 06, 2003 10:16 AM
There are no ladies only classes here in Mississippi / Louisiana. But there are alot of ladies running every week in the regular classes. They do have an occasional powder puff event.

Dirt Roller

Total posts: 19
posted May 06, 2003 11:02 AM


I raced Pure Stock at Mid-America (South Coffeyville, OK) in 2001 & 2002 and I'm pretty sure I was the only Woman racing at that track. (Yes, I did enjoy the attention!)

This year I'm runnin' Factory Stock at Tulsa, and I'm the only Woman in my class. Tulsa doesn't have a "Women's Division" either, but there are several of us in the Mini Stocks and Pro-4's, one in Outlaw Stock, and a Woman won the Cruiser Championship last year.

Since I ditched the last Boyfriend, I may have the only "All-Girl Pit Crew" at this track too... My best friend is real good with set-ups and we always have tons of fun no matter what kind of luck I have on the track.

This is my first try at attaching a picture to a post, so I'm not sure if I did it right... Anyhow, if you can see it, my girls brought me the Orange Shoepolish (cute gift) and that's me on top of the car.

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