Professional racer, TV personality and metal fabricator, Jessi Combs, is remembered for setting a women's land speed class record (four wheels) in 2013. She was known as "the fastest woman on four wheels.” As a TV presenter, she co-hosted over 90 episodes of the Spike TV show, Xtreme 4x4. She died in a car crash while racing in 2019.
Ashley Force Hood is a former Top Fuel Funny Car (TF/FC) drag racer associated with John Force Racing. She is the daughter of John Force, who is a 16-time NHRA Top Fuel Funny Car national champion. She and her father raced together in April 2007. She became the president of John Force Entertainment in 2012.
The first woman to get an NHRA license to drive a Top Fuel dragster, Shirley Muldowney is known as The First Lady of Drag Racing. She was also the first woman to win three NHRA Top Fuel championships. She also owns a children’s charity and has had a biopic made on her life.
Retired race car driver, Sarah Fisher competed mainly in the Indy Racing League and Indianapolis 500. Born into a family with an interest in racing; she developed an aptitude for the sport, winning several awards before beginning her professional career in 1999. Cofounder of Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing, she was forced to retire in 2010 due to sponsorship problem.
Stephanie Reaves is a professional race driver who became the first woman in history to earn an AMA professional motorcycle drag racing license. She is also the first female to qualify at an NHRA national event. Throughout her career, she has broken several world records in racing venues. She played a cameo in the 1998 film Psycho.