In a previous AmericanCarsAmericanGirls.com Slide Show post we featured Girls of the 2012 NHRA season: Courtney Force, Alexis De Joria, and Erica Enders. Courtney and Alexis are 10th and 15th respectively in the Funny Car points race. Erica is in 6th In the Pro Stock class.
We’ve found 4 more Girl NHRA drivers who more than deserve to have their pictures on www.AmericanCarsAmericanGirls.com
In alphabetical order we have:
This is her first year in the NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycles but Anne has been racing motorcycles professionally, both road racing and the drag racing, since 1998. She owns her own race team, AHR, which is kind of unusal but very cool. Currently she is tied for 24th in the points standing in the Pro Stock Motorcycle division.
Off the track, Anne leads a full life. She is a client relations manager and Registered Professional Reporter for Fusion Reporting in Atlanta, Ga, a spokesperson and talent on TV/radio, print ads for a number of car dealerships and a certified Les Mills Body Pump instructor. Physical fitness is her watchword, and she takes every opportunity to keep her mind and body sharp with running, swimming, aerobics, weight training, and outdoor sports. Interestingly she lists her birth-date as 06-13-??. I’m saying 35 years old.
Grace started racing professionally in 2002 when she was 16. After being successful in various drag racing venues she now finds herself in the big time.I hope she can stay there. She is currently 21st in the points standings in the Pro Stock division.
Hillary started drag racing in 1997 at the age of 17. In 2004 she became a professional. Hillary finished the 2006 season in 10th place in the Top Fuel championship points. She currently drives for the Dote Race Team and holds the 15th place in the Top Fuel points championship.
This is a scary video.
The last time we wrote about Leah, she was Leah Pruett-Leduc, had blond hair and was racing in the Pro Mod classification. This season she is Leah Pruett, is a brunette but is still racing in Pro Mod. Leah is a very competitive 4th in the 2012 points championship and is very much in contetion for the 2012 Pro Mod championship. Compare the 2011 and 2012 pictures. I couldn’t find a video for the 2012, brunette Leah Pruett.
R2B2 Racing is owned by successful business man and drag racer Roger Burgess. The team is located out of Duluth, Ga. The thing for AmericanCarsAmericanGirls.com is that drag racing could not be more American plus Roger has two drivers both of whom are really talented and really attractive: Melanie Troxel and Leah Pruett. We did a story on Leah a couple of months ago when her name was Leah Pruett-Leduc. Since then Leah has gotten a divorce, changed her hair color and won a major NHRA event. Melanie is more the veteran and has won numerous NHRA events. Just more to look forward to in 2012.
Gallery Pictures 1&2 are of Melanie and Gallery Pictures 3,4&5 are of Leah
Mega-team ownerhas announced plans to expand his R2B2 Racing operation to include reigning Hot Rod Heritage Racing Series Funny Car champion Leah Pruett-LeDuc. The 22-year-old from Cherry Valley, Calif., will take over the blown RoadRage.com ’68 Camaro Pro Mod car currently piloted by team superstar Melanie Troxel, who will switch to a new turbo-charged entry.
That pretty much says it all about this talented, gorgeous, race car driver. There’s just no a lot of info about her. Unfortunately on her first run in her new ride her chutes failed to deploy at the right time she ended up crashing. See Video.