Deborah is a professional race car driver who would compete mainly for NASCAR when she was active throughout her career. She is now a former Craftsman Truck Series driver for NASCAR.
She made her debut on the round track in the years 2002-2003 in the NASCAR D Weekly series, where she could show off her skills with a high success rate. She finished in the top ten for both seasons during her two racing seasons. Also, she set a record for qualifying at Riverview Speedway.
Women drivers in rally racing are nothing new, but Jutta was the first woman driver from Germany to win the Dakar rally in 2001. Her initial attempt in the year 1999 wasn't as impressive as her win two years later, but she still managed to win third place.
During her attempt in 2001, which she won, she stayed ahead of the car behind her by a staggering three minutes. Her success in the Dakar rally and her previous attempts have marked her as one of the greatest rally drivers around.
Born in 1983, the Houston-raised professional racer is no slouch when it comes to taking it to the track which is clear from her numerous winnings. Her specialties mainly include her skill as a drag racer, for which she has won multiple championships due to her experience and control behind the wheel.
She won four titles in the NHRA Mello Yello drag racing series pro stock class and still competes in the series despite her winnings. She can now be found taking part in the NHRA pro modified class.
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.