Shea is a triple threat as she is an entrepreneur, publicist, and professional race car driver. She is now retired and out of racing and is currently planning for a family.
During her active career, Shea helped to set a drag record alongside fellow professional racer Denise Mueller-Korenek which they succeeded in. The record was for the timed landing speed at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 2018, where both hit 183.932 miles per hour.
Marie was a rally racer who wished to partake in sports car racing during a time when racing was shut down due to a premature death catching negative attention. She successfully reversed that decision, competing in most of her races with an Opel.
She was paired up with another female racer, and both scored wins in open-wheel racing challenges before the duo split up. After retiring, she transitioned into working as an F1 photographer and representing Renault as a spokesperson.
Melanie is a drag racer competing in three various racing leagues and performing well in each series she races in. She has competed in the Top Fuel, Funny Car, and Pro Modified series and has become the only woman to win in Top Fuel and Funny Car.
In 2006, she became the first driver to appear in five consecutive championship finals. This earned her the well-deserved title of Individual Sportswoman of the Year by the Women's Sports Foundation in 2006.
A professional stock car racing driver, Allis' skill behind the wheel has made other teams comfortable enough to let her drive for them as a part-time gig. Owens made her track debut in ARCA RE in 2008, racing for DGM Racing.
After 2012, she paused her racing career due to not finding a suitable sponsor and but luckily she landed a sponsorship from Obaika Racing and made her Xfinity Series debut in 2016.
If you've heard of one of the most famous race car drivers, Sterling Moss, then get ready to learn about his sister, Pat, who dominated in her field. She spent her time racing in the lady leagues of rally racing and squashed the opposition with her own skills.
She was an expert in driving cars she wasn't used to and still kept the wheels steady on the track achieving a top five overall. Moss has even written a book on driving called "The Art and Technique of Driving."