Legge is a British race car driver who has become one of the most famous and well-known racers worldwide. Her interest in cars started at a very young age and would grow into an interest in racing, leading to one of the most successful racing careers ever to hit the track.
Her achievements include the British Racing Drivers Club’s Rising Star accolade along with winning the RACER Magazine Most Promising Road Racer of the Year award. She still remains active as a racer and currently resides in Atlanta.
Michele's career as a race driver was so long ago that it went back to a point where racing wasn't as popular in the US as it was in Europe. From 1974 to 1986, she competed in the world rally championship as a rally racer and was very good at it.
She had three wins along with a podium achievement under Audi sport which she was very proud of. Michelle took part in the German rally championship in 1986 and became the first female driver to win such a huge title.
Shirley Muldowney, also known as the "First Lady of Drag Racing," is an accomplished racer from America who even had a movie inspired by her career.
She's collected many accolades over the years including being named the Drag News Top Fuel Driver of the Year in 1976 and being the winner of the NHRA Winston points championship in 1982. She even became the first person to win the NHRA title three times over! It's no wonder that Shirley was inducted into the motorsports and automotive Hall of Fame.
Courtney is the sister to race car driver Ashley force and daughter of John Force, who could be seen as the reason his daughters took an interest in cars and racing. Her starting point is the same as her sister as both took an interest in drag racing.
There seems to be an interest in cars and racing runs in the family as all three members have had successful careers in the automotive racing industry. Like her sister Ashley, Courtney also has a part in the "Driving Force" driving show.
Sara Fisher is a race car driver who took part in the 81 Indy car race series and achieved second place on the podium as her achievement. Besides Indy racing, she was also a NASCAR racer, the most famous American racing league, between 2004 and 2005.
Due to her memory issues caused by the many injuries she's endured over her career, she's now a retired racer. However, she still gets behind the wheel often. Fisher is still allowed to drive the safety car at most Indy car races taking place.