The Nurburgring is a name that motorheads all over are familiar with, due to it being arguably the most famous race track in the world. This fact proves how much of a beast Sabine is behind the wheel as she earned the nickname of “Queen of the Nurburgring.”
Her wins include the CHC and VLN series and the 24 Hours of Nurburgring, which she achieved twice. She even drove for Porsche and BMW and appeared in Top Gear in 2004, becoming a presenter in 2016.
Maryeve started racing at a very young age. Although it wasn't official at that point, it was still an achievement for someone so young. She took an interest in motorcycles from the young age of four, by eight she tried out go-kart racing and at nine, broke her arms while racing!
When she participated in the big racing leagues, Dufault decided to make NASCAR her playground. As a NASCAR racer, she would take part in many of its racing series, including Nationwide, Canadian Tire, and ARCA.
Lyn St. James
These days, St. James doesn't do much racing but she still remains an active participant in the racing world through other different means. During her active period, Lyn was the first to win the Rookie of the Year during the Indianapolis 500 in the year 1992.
She took part in racing in Le Mans and even spun her wheels into the German Nurburgring track. These days she's a motivational speaker for NASCAR races and has held up an impressive endurance racing count from past races.
Toni is a race car driver who has made history for being the first Arab-American professional racer to participate in a NASCAR race. Her years as a go-kart racer helped her build up the skills she would eventually need to be a NASCAR racer.
Toni has a mission to inspire other racers of similar origin to take the wheels as she sets her goal to become the next champion in the NASCAR cup series.
Rahel is a race car driver from Switzerland, serving as a factory racer for the German Automotive company Audi. As a racer for Audi, she took part in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, the International Formula Master, and the German Formula Three Championship.
Later she and fellow Swiss racer Cyndie Alleman would race in the 2010 ‘24-hour’ Le Mans series sharing the same cars. Both Swiss racers, including a third, Natacha Gachnang, were forced to retire from the race.