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List of female NASCAR drivers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Danica Patrick, arguably NASCAR's most prominent female driver, competed full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for five years (as well as part-time in two others). She made her final start in the 2018 Daytona 500.
Danica Patrick, arguably NASCAR's most prominent female driver, competed full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for five years (as well as part-time in two others). She made her final start in the 2018 Daytona 500.

The following is a list of female NASCAR drivers who have participated in a national or regional touring series race since the organization's inception in 1949, along with statistical totals for their NASCAR careers. While some female NASCAR drivers have transitioned or attempted to transition from open-wheel racing and sports car racing (such as Sarah Fisher, Janet Guthrie, and Danica Patrick), most have climbed the stock-car racing ladder (such as Tammy Jo Kirk, Johanna Long, and Shawna Robinson), beginning to race full-sized stock cars in their teenage years. A handful of women (such as Mackena Bell and Kenzie Ruston) have raced with the help of NASCAR's Drive for Diversity program since its creation in 2004.

At least 121 women have qualified for and started a race in one of NASCAR's touring series, including 16 in the NASCAR Cup Series. As of April 2021, Shawna Robinson, Hailie Deegan, Manami Kobayashi, and Gracie Trotter remain the only women to have won a race in one of NASCAR's touring series. Robinson won three times between 1988 and 1989 in the now-defunct Dash Series,[1] Deegan won three races in the K&N Pro Series West between 2018 and 2019. In 2019, Kobayashi won in her one and only start in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series (in the Elite Club Division).[2] Trotter won a race in the renamed ARCA Menards Series West in 2020, becoming the second female winner in the West Series, as well as the first winner in the series under the ARCA banner. She also became the first winner in any ARCA-sanctioned series, because there have been no female winners in the main ARCA Menards Series as of April 2021.[3]

Six female drivers: Deegan, Kirk, Patrick, Robinson, Mara Reyes, and Brittney Zamora have won poles. Relatively few women have contested a full season in any of NASCAR's touring series, although this is increasingly common.

History

20th century

Janet Guthrie was the first woman to race on a superspeedway, in the 1976 World 600
Janet Guthrie was the first woman to race on a superspeedway, in the 1976 World 600

NASCAR has seen varying levels of participation by female drivers throughout its ranks since the sanctioning body's inception in 1949. Sara Christian competed in the inaugural NASCAR race at Charlotte Speedway (she had Bob Flock finish the race).[4] In the second official race, at Daytona Beach and Road Course, Christian was joined by Ethel Mobley and Louise Smith, with Mobley finishing first out of the 3, in 11th.[5] Through the 1950s and 1960s, female racers made only a handful of starts in NASCAR's touring series. Betty Skelton Erde wasn't technically a NASCAR driver, but she drove the pace car at Daytona in 1954, and was clocked at a speed of 105.88 mph (170.40 km/h) on the sand, setting a stock car speed record for women.[6]

No woman had raced NASCAR in a decade when Janet Guthrie started the 1976 World 600,[7] finishing 15th, ahead of Dale Earnhardt.[8] In 1977, Janet Guthrie would become the first woman to lead a Winston Cup Series race under caution, at Ontario Speedway. In 1986, Patty Moise would become the first woman to lead in a Busch Series race.[9]

In 1988, Charlotte/Daytona Dash Series (later the Goody's Dash Series) driver Shawna Robinson became the first woman to win a NASCAR Touring Series event, also earning "Rookie of the Year" and "Most Popular Driver" honors.[10] In her sophomore Dash Series run, Robinson became the first woman to earn the pole position for a NASCAR touring series race. Robinson would later become the first female driver to clinch the pole in any of the three major series, winning qualifying for the March 12, 1994 Xfinity Series Busch Light 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Women began to compete more frequently throughout NASCAR's lower series over the course of the 1990s. Patty Moise made a record 133 Xfinity Series starts between 1986 and 1998 and Tammy Jo Kirk scored 37 top-10 finishes and two poles in what was then known as the All Pro Series, before making the first starts for a woman in the Camping World Truck Series.

2000s

After a hiatus to start a family, Shawna Robinson returned to stock car racing in 1999, contesting a full ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series season in 2000 before returning to sporadic NASCAR-sanctioned competition over the following several seasons. In 2001, Robinson would be the first woman to finish a race in the Winston Cup Series since Janet Guthrie in 1980.[10] In 2003, Robinson would also have the first all-female pit crew for a Craftsman Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.[11]

In 2004, NASCAR started the Drive for Diversity program, hoping to develop a more diverse driver base.[12] While the program has succeeded in launching the careers of minority drivers including NASCAR Cup Series race winner Kyle Larson, Camping World Truck Series race winner Bubba Wallace, and 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series champion Daniel Suárez, the program's early years were less effective in expanding the roster of female drivers in NASCAR's top touring series.

2010s

Jennifer Jo Cobb has competed full-time with her own team in the NASCAR Truck Series for over a decade
Jennifer Jo Cobb has competed full-time with her own team in the NASCAR Truck Series for over a decade

In 2010, IndyCar Series driver Danica Patrick joined NASCAR, racing part-time in the K&N Pro Series East and the Nationwide Series. Patrick would record a major milestone by clinching the pole position in the 2012 DRIVE4COPD 300, being the first female driver to clinch it since Shawna Robinson.[13] However, Patrick would finish 38th after a crash.[14] In 2012, Patrick would eventually race part-time in the Sprint Cup Series.[15]

In 2011, Snowball Derby winner Johanna Long entered the Camping World Truck Series at 19 years of age, being the youngest female driver to race in the series.[16][17] Long would eventually race in the Nationwide Series, making her debut in the 2012 DRIVE4COPD 300.[14][18]

In 2012, Danica Patrick was voted NASCAR's Most Popular Nationwide Driver, becoming the first woman to receive that award in NASCAR's top three divisions.[19]

In 2013, Patrick became the first woman in Sprint Cup history to have a full-time ride in the series (with Stewart-Haas Racing),[19] and eventually the first female driver to clinch the pole position and lead a green flag lap, both occurring at the 2013 Daytona 500, becoming the first woman to lead both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500. Patrick later finished the race in eighth place, the highest finish for a woman in the Daytona 500. She also became the first woman to race at every racetrack on the circuit.[20] In 2014, Patrick became the first woman to race in the 2014 Sprint Unlimited. At Talladega she became the first woman to lead laps there. That year she had three top 10 finishes with her best finish of sixth at Atlanta. In 2015, Patrick tied Janet Guthrie for most top ten finishes for a woman with a seventh place finish at Martinsville. A few weeks later she passed Guthrie for the most top ten finishes for a woman in Sprint Cup history at Bristol. At Michigan she became the first woman to lead under green on a non-restrictor plate track. At Kentucky, Patrick became the first woman to make 100 starts in NASCAR's Cup Series. In 2016, Patrick led a career high 30 laps and completed more circuits than all but three other drivers.[21] Patrick opened 2017 season with a fourth place finish in the Advance Auto Parts Clash (an exhibition race for previous pole winners). She retired from full-time stock car racing after the 2018 Daytona 500.[22]

Hailie Deegan, the first female driver to win a race in what is now the ARCA Menards Series West
Hailie Deegan, the first female driver to win a race in what is now the ARCA Menards Series West

The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series formed the Lady Cup, a championship system for female drivers in 2014.[23] In 2016, a record 18 different women started a race in one of NASCAR's touring series. Julia Landauer was the most successful within her respective series, finishing fourth in points in the K&N Pro Series West with seven top-five finishes in fourteen races.

In 2018, Hailie Deegan became the first female driver to win a NASCAR touring series race in roughly three decades, winning in the K&N Pro Series West in the series' race at Meridian Speedway.[24] She followed this up by winning two more races in 2019, which came at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track[25] and at Colorado National Speedway.

In 2019, Manami Kobayashi became the third woman to win a race in a NASCAR touring series race. She won in her debut in Whelen Euro Series Elite Club Division by lapping just 0.001 seconds from the reference time. Another woman (Alina Loibnegger) finished second, in the first time ever two women finished 1-2 in NASCAR history.[2]

2020s

Gracie Trotter, the second female driver to win in the West Series
Gracie Trotter, the second female driver to win in the West Series

In 2020, Gracie Trotter became the second female driver to win in the West Series, with her victory in the race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Bullring on September 26. That year, the series became sanctioned by ARCA and renamed the ARCA Menards Series West, so Trotter became the first female to win in the series under the ARCA name.[3]

2021 saw a number of milestones for female drivers. Toni Breidinger, the first Arab American female driver in NASCAR, returned to the ARCA Menards Series for the first time since 2018, joining Young's Motorsports to compete part-time for them as part of the Truck Series team's first foray into ARCA. Young's also announced that she would make her debut in the Truck Series with them in their new part-time No. 82 truck.[26] Trotter moved up from the West Series to the main ARCA Menards Series, where she would remain in Toyota's driver development program and drive part-time for Venturini Motorsports in the team's No. 15 and No. 25 cars. Deegan moved up from the ARCA Menards Series to the Truck Series full-time, continuing to drive for David Gilliland Racing. Natalie Decker moved up from the Truck Series to the Xfinity Series, where she would run five races in the No. 23 car, jointly fielded by RSS Racing, Reaume Brothers Racing,[27] and later Our Motorsports.[28] Cobb planned on making her Cup Series debut in the spring Talladega race, driving the No. 15 for Rick Ware Racing and becoming the first female driver to race in the series since Patrick's retirement. However, due to the race not having practice and qualifying, NASCAR would not approve Cobb to compete in it with her lack of prior Cup Series experience.[29]

Summary

Series Most Starts Wins Most Top 5s Most Top 10s Most Poles Most Laps Led Highest Points Finish
Cup Series D. Patrick (191) S. Christian (1) D. Patrick (7) D. Patrick (1) D. Patrick (64) S. Christian (13th) (1949)
Xfinity Series P. Moise (133) D. Patrick (1) D. Patrick (7) S. Robinson & D. Patrick (1) D. Patrick (64) D. Patrick (10th) (2012)
Truck Series J. Cobb (207) N. Decker (1) J. Cobb, A. Ruch & N. Decker (1) J. Cobb (23) J. Cobb (16th) (2014)
ARCA Menards Series[d]
(2020–present only)
H. Deegan (20)[e] H. Deegan (4)[e] H. Deegan (17)[e] H. Deegan

(86)[e]

H. Deegan

(3rd)

(2020)

ARCA Menards Series East K. Ruston (44) K. Ruston (7) K. Ruston (17) D. Van Wieringen (140) K. Ruston (6th) (2013)
ARCA Menards Series West N. Behar (34) H. Deegan (3) & G. Trotter (1) H. Deegan (13) N. Behar & H. Deegan (23) H. Deegan (5) H. Deegan (107) H. Deegan (3rd) (2019) & G. Trotter (3rd) (2020)
Pinty's Series I. Tremblay (22) I. Tremblay (3) J. Landauer (1) I. Tremblay (12th) (2011)
PEAK Mexico Series M. Reyes (28) M. Reyes (8) M. Reyes (20) M. Reyes (1) M. Reyes (4) M. Reyes (6th) (2005)
FedEx Challenge Series G. Ponce (16) G. Ponce (4) G. Ponce (13) M. Limón (7th) (2010) & G. Ponce (7th) (2012)
Whelen Modified Tour R. Dupuis (115) R. Dupuis (2) M. Fifield (15th) (2017)
Whelen Euro Series Elite 1 Division[f] N. Maillet (22) C. Perrin (2) C. Perrin (5) N. Maillet (12th) (2012 & 2013)
Whelen Euro Series Elite 2 Division A. Casoli (47) F. Linossi (9) F. Linossi (9th) (2015)
Whelen Euro Series Elite Club Division A. Loibnegger (4) M. Kobayashi (1) A. Loibnegger (2) A. Loibnegger (3) A. Loibnegger (6th) (2019)
Dash Series (1975–2003) K. Schulz (48) S. Robinson (3) S. Robinson (18) K. Schulz (27) ? S. Robinson (152) S. Robinson (3rd) (1988 & 1989)
Midwest Series (1998–2006) M. Rhoads (1) M. Rhoads (52nd) (2004)
Northwest Series (1985–2006) K. Schmitt (3) K. Schmitt (36th) (2001)
Southeast Series (1991–2006) T. Kirk (109) T. Kirk (10) T. Kirk (37) T. Kirk (2) T. Kirk (119) T. Kirk (7th) (1996)
Southwest Series (1986–2006) M. Leonard (6) M. Leonard (19th) (1986)
Southern Modified Tour (2005–2016) R. Dupuis (11) R. Dupuis (5) R. Dupuis (14th) (2011)

Drivers

NASCAR Cup Series

Formerly Strictly Stock Series (1949), Grand National Series (1950–70), Winston Cup Series (1971–2003), Nextel Cup Series (2004–07), Sprint Cup Series (2008–16), and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (2017–19)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top5s Top10s Poles Best Points Finish
Christine Beckers[30] Belgium Brussels 93 1977 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Ann Bunselmeyer[30] United States New York (state) 105 1950 1 0 0 0 0 126th (1950)
Ann Chester[30] United States New York (state) 72 1950 2 0 0 0 0 N/A
Sara Christian United States Georgia (U.S. state) 71 1949–1950 7 0 1 2 0 13th (1949)
Janet Guthrie[31] United States New York (state) 68 1976–1980 33 0 0 5 0 23rd (1977)
Arlene Hiss United States Connecticut 38 (1976) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
Laura Lane United States California 82 (1994) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
Marta Leonard United States California 46 (1986–1989) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
Lella Lombardi[30] Italy Piedmont 05 1977 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Robin McCall[30] United States Texas 5 1982 2 0 0 0 0 74th (1982)
Ethel Mobley[32] United States Georgia (U.S. state) 92 1949 2 0 0 0 0 52nd (1949)
Patty Moise[33][34] United States Florida 45 1987–1989 5 0 0 0 0 59th (1988)
Marian Pagan[30] United States California 52 1954 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Goldie Parsons[35] United States North Carolina 89 1965 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Danica Patrick[36][37] United States Illinois 10 2012–2018 191 0 0 7 1 24th (2015 & 16)
Shawna Robinson[38][39] United States Iowa 49 2001–2002 8 0 0 0 0 52nd (2002)
FiFi Scott[30] United States California 278 1955 2 0 0 0 0 216th (1955)
Dorothy Shull United States South Carolina (1950) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
Ann Slaasted[40] United States Wisconsin 1950 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Louise Smith[41][42][43] United States South Carolina 94 1949–1952 11 0 0 0 0 63rd (1949)
Busch Clash Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Danica Patrick United States Illinois 10 2014–2017 4 0 1 2 0
Bluegreen Vacations Duel Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Janet Guthrie United States New York (state) 68 1977–1980 3 0 0 1 0
Danica Patrick United States Illinois 10 2012–2018 7 0 0 3 1
Shawna Robinson United States Iowa 49 1995–2002 2 0 0 0 0
All-Star Open Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Patty Moise United States Florida 45 1988–1989 2 0 0 0 0
Danica Patrick United States Illinois 10 2013–2017 5 0 1 4 0
NASCAR All-Star Race Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Danica Patrick United States Illinois 10 2013–2016 3 0 0 0 0

Xfinity Series

Formerly Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series (1982–83), Busch Grand National Series (1984–94), Busch Grand National Division (1995–2003), Busch Series (2004–07) and Nationwide Series (2008–14)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Mackena Bell United States Nevada 23 2014 1 0 0 0 0 69th (2014)
Sherry Blakley United States Texas 83 (1994) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
Jennifer Jo Cobb[44] United States Kansas 13 2004–2018 31 0 0 0 0 29th (2011)
Amber Cope[45] United States Washington (state) 24 2011–2012 2 0 0 0 0 82nd (2011)
Angela Cope-Ruch[46] United States Washington (state) 78 2011–2018 14 0 0 0 0 55th (2011)
Erin Crocker[47] United States Massachusetts 98 2005–2006 10 0 0 0 0 67th (2006)
Kim Crosby[48] United States Louisiana 51 2004–2006 10 0 0 0 0 72nd (2004)
Claire Decker United States Wisconsin 77 (2016) 0 0 0 0 0 126th (2016)
Natalie Decker United States Wisconsin 23 2021–present 1 0 0 0 0
Paige Decker United States Wisconsin 97 2016 2 0 0 0 0 66th (2016)
Maryeve Dufault[49] Canada Quebec 79 2011–2013 2 0 0 0 0 77th (2011)
Milka Duno Venezuela Caracas 87 2014 2 0 0 0 0 74th (2014)
Tina Gordon[50] United States Alabama 39 2001–2004 14 0 0 1 0 51st (2004)
Lisa Jackson United States North Carolina 1982 1 0 0 0 0 135th (1982)
Tammy Jo Kirk[51][52] United States Georgia (U.S. state) 49 2003 15 0 0 0 0 45th (2003)
Katherine Legge United Kingdom Surrey 15 2018 4 0 0 0 0 51st (2018)
Johanna Long[53][54] United States Florida 70 2012–2015 42 0 0 0 0 20th (2012)
Debbie Lunsford United States Georgia (U.S. state) 49 1989 1 0 0 0 0 85th (1989)
Patty Moise[33][34] United States Florida 14 1986–1998 133 0 0 4 0 22nd (1990)
Alli Owens United States Florida 97 2016 1 0 0 0 0 79th (2016)
Danica Patrick United States Illinois 7 2010–2014 61 0 1 7 1 10th (2012)
Mara Reyes[55] Mexico Hidalgo (state) 49 2005 1 0 0 0 0 131st (2005)
Shawna Robinson United States Iowa 35 1991–2005 61 0 0 1 1 23rd (1993)
Kat Teasdale Canada Ontario 54 1998 1 0 0 0 0 109th (1998)
Diane Teel United States Virginia 19 1982–1986 11 0 0 2 0 40th (1983)
Chrissy Wallace United States Missouri 0 2010 2 0 0 0 0 106th (2010)
Pennzoil Challenge Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Patty Moise United States Florida 14 1996 1 0 0 0 0

Truck Series

Formerly SuperTruck Series by Craftsman (1995), Craftsman Truck Series (1996–2008), Camping World Truck Series (2009–2018), and Gander Outdoors Truck Series (2019)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Jennifer Jo Cobb United States Kansas 10 2008–present 213 0 0 1 0 16th (2014)
Amber Cope United States Washington (state) 6 2010 1 0 0 0 0 104th (2010)
Angela Cope-Ruch United States Washington (state) 44 2010–2020 18 0 0 1 0 31st (2019)
Madeline Crane United States Georgia (U.S. state) 80 (2015) 0 0 0 0 0 111th (2015)
Erin Crocker United States Massachusetts 98 2005–2008 29 0 0 0 0 25th (2006)
Claire Decker United States Wisconsin 10 2016 2 0 0 0 0 105th (2016)
Natalie Decker United States Wisconsin 54 2016–2020 33 0 1 1 0 19th (2019)
Paige Decker United States Wisconsin 74 2015–2016 2 0 0 0 0 76th (2015)
Hailie Deegan United States Wisconsin 1 2020–present 3 0 0 0 0
Gabi DiCarlo[56][57] United States Arizona 90 2009 3 0 0 0 0 54th (2009)
Milka Duno Venezuela Caracas 1 2014 1 0 0 0 0 103rd (2014)
Cassie Gannis United States Arizona 49 (2015) 0 0 0 0 0 116th (2015)
Tina Gordon United States Alabama 31 2003–2004 16 0 0 0 0 25th (2003)
Tammy Jo Kirk United States Georgia (U.S. state) 7 1997–1998 32 0 0 0 0 20th (1997)
Johanna Long United States Florida 20 2010–2011 24 0 0 0 0 21st (2011)
Teri MacDonald Canada Ontario 72 2002–2004 7 0 0 0 0 55th (2002)
Alli Owens[58] United States Florida 76 (2011) 0 0 0 0 0 119th (2011)
Cindy Peterson United States Wisconsin 63 (1996–1998) 0 0 0 0 0 113th (1998)
Deborah Renshaw[59][60] United States Kentucky 8 2004–2005 38 0 0 0 0 24th (2005)
Shawna Robinson United States Iowa 49 2003 3 0 0 0 0 72nd (2003)
Natalie Sather[61] United States North Dakota 50 (2012) 0 0 0 0 0 107th (2012)
Caitlin Shaw United States New Mexico 72 2009–2010 2 0 0 0 0 88th (2009)
Kelly Sutton United States Maryland 02 2003–2007 54 0 0 0 0 26th (2004)
Michelle Theriault[62][63] United States Connecticut 72 2008–2010 6 0 0 0 0 68th (2009)
Dominique Van Wieringen Canada Ontario 02 2016 1 0 0 0 0 76th (2016)
Chrissy Wallace United States Missouri 03 2008–2009 7 0 0 0 0 42nd (2008)
Angie Wilson[64][65] United States North Carolina 81 2002 4 0 0 0 0 51st (2002)
Eldora Heat Race Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Jennifer Jo Cobb United States Kansas 10 2014–2019 5 0 0 5 0
Madeline Crane United States Georgia (U.S. state) 80 2015 1 0 0 1 0
Eldora Last Chance Qualifier Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Jennifer Jo Cobb United States Kansas 10 2014–2019 5 0 1 5 1
Madeline Crane United States Georgia (U.S. state) 80 2015 1 0 0 1 0

ARCA Menards Series

Several women have qualified for and started at least one ARCA Menards Series race, like Danica Patrick, Leilani Munter, Alli Owens, Erin Crocker, Shawna Robinson, Sarah Cornett-Ching, Deborah Renshaw, Maryeve Dufault, Toni Breidinger, Milka Duno, Jennifer Jo Cobb, Nicole Behar, Hailie Deegan, Natalie Decker, and others. Although the series has existed since 1953, the series was not officially affiliated with NASCAR until its buyout on April 27, 2018.[66] 2020 was the first season of ARCA as a NASCAR-sanctioned series, so this list begins with 2020. Also in 2020, the former K&N Pro Series East and K&N Pro Series West became the ARCA Menards Series East and ARCA Menards Series West, respectively.

ARCA Menards Series (2020–present only)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Toni Breidinger United States California 02 2021–present 1[e] 0 0 0[e] 0 N/A (2021)[e]
Natalie Decker United States Wisconsin 52 2020 1[e] 0 0[e] 0[e] 0[e] 86th (2020)[e]
Hailie Deegan United States California 4 2020 20[c][e] 0 4[e] 17[c][e] 0 3rd (2020)
Gracie Trotter United States North Carolina 99 2020–present 4 0 0 1 0 37th (2020)
Dominique Van Wieringen Canada Ontario 30 2020 1 0 0 0 0 85th (2020)
Brittney Zamora United States Washington (state) 30 2021–present 1 0 0 0 0 N/A (2021)

ARCA Menards Series East

Formerly Busch North Series (1987–2005), Busch East Series (2006–07), Camping World East Series (2008–09) and K&N Pro Series East (2010–19)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Amber Balcaen Canada Manitoba 39 2017 1 0 0 0 0 68th (2017)
Mackena Bell United States Nevada 21 2010–2014 36 0 2 5 0 13th (2013)
Kristin Bumbera[67] United States Texas 94 2009 4 0 0 0 0 26th (2009)
Sarah Cornett-Ching Canada British Columbia 02 2015–2016 8 0 0 0 0 25th (2016)
Tiffany Daniels United States Virginia 94 2009 5 0 0 0 0 23rd (2009)
Natalie Decker United States Wisconsin 98 2019 1 0 0 0 0 46th (2019)
Hailie Deegan United States California 19 2018–2020 16[c] 0 0 5[c] 0 10th (2019)
Milka Duno Venezuela Caracas 18 2014 1 0 0 0 0 61st (2014)
Holley Hollan United States Oklahoma 50 2020 1 0 0 0 0 42nd (2020)
Ali Kern United States Ohio 4 2010–2016 17 0 0 1 0 12th (2016)
Julia Landauer United States New York (state) 88 2017 2 0 0 1 0 30th (2017)
Liane Lombardi United States Connecticut 5 2002 1 0 0 0 0 70th (2002)
Stephanie Moyer[68] United States Pennsylvania 12 2021–present 1 0 0 0 0 N/A (2021)
Candace Muzny United States Oklahoma 92 2011–2012 2 0 0 0 0 55th (2011)
Danica Patrick United States Illinois 83 2010 1 0 0 1 0 45th (2010)
Shawna Robinson United States Iowa 35 1993 1 0 0 0 0 75th (1993)
Kenzie Ruston United States Oklahoma 96 2013–2015 44 0 7 17 0 6th (2013)
Karen Schulz United States New York (state) 2 1989 1 0 0 0 0 65th (1989)
Kat Teasdale Canada Ontario 94 1997 2 0 0 0 0 73rd (1997)
Michelle Theriault United States Connecticut 37 2007–2011 19 0 0 3 0 13th (2007)
Gracie Trotter United States North Carolina 99 2020 1 0 0 0 0 45th (2020)
Dominique Van Wieringen Canada Ontario 30 2016–2017 15 0 4 6 0 9th (2016)
Brittney Zamora United States Washington (state) 99 2019 6[c] 0 0 1 0 11th (2019)
Hanna Zellers United States Indiana 55 2017 1 0 0 0 0 56th (2017)

ARCA Menards Series West

Formerly Pacific Coast Late Model Division (1954–69), Grand National West (1970), Winston West Series (1971–93), Winston Transcontinental Series (1994), Winston West Series (1995–2003), West Series (2004–05), AutoZone West Series (2006), West Series (2007), Camping World West Series (2008–09) and K&N Pro Series West (2010–19)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Nicole Behar United States Washington (state) 33 2014–2017 34 0 6 23 0 8th (2017)
Sharon Bishop United States Washington (state) 96 1978–1981 28 0 0 3 0 9th (1979)
Jessica Brunelli United States California 88 2011–2014 9 0 0 1 0 29th (2012)
Bridget Burgess Australia Queensland 88 2019–present 11 0 0 3 0 10th (2020)
Kristin Bumbera[67] United States Texas 00 2008–2009 4 0 0 0 0 37th (2008)
Melissa Davis United States California 79 2005 1 0 0 0 0 51st (2005)
Hailie Deegan United States California 19 2018–2019 28[c] 3 13 23 5 3rd (2019)
Sarah Fisher United States Ohio 20 2004–2005 13 0 0 4 0 12th (2005)
Cassie Gannis United States Arizona 07 2011–2018 11 0 0 0 0 22nd (2012)
Janet Guthrie United States New York (state) 26 1976 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Arlene Hiss United States Connecticut 38 (1976) 0[b] 0 0 0 0 N/A
Holley Hollan United States Oklahoma 50 2020 10 0 0 7 0 9th (2020)
Julia Landauer United States New York (state) 54 2016–2017 28 0 8 20 0 4th (2016)
Marta Leonard United States California 46 1988 2 0 0 0 0 29th (1988)
Toni Marie McCray[69] United States California 90 2010 2 0 0 0 0 48th (2010)
Candace Muzny United States Oklahoma 01 (2007) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
Hannah Newhouse United States Idaho 46 2012–2016 7 0 0 2 0 29th (2015)
Marian Pagan United States California 52 1954 1[a] 0 0 0 0 N/A
Hila Paulson United States California 54 1956–1957 2 0 0 0 0 N/A
Mara Reyes Mexico Hidalgo (state) 82 2004 1 0 0 0 0 58th (2004)
Shawna Robinson United States Iowa 48 2001 1 0 0 0 0 52nd (2001)
Vanessa Robinson United States New Mexico 55 2016–2018 6 0 1 3 0 36th (2016)
Kristi Schmitt United States California 10 2004 2 0 0 0 0 40th (2004)
FiFi Scott United States California 278 1954–1955 4 0 0 0 0 N/A
Michelle Theriault United States Connecticut 77 2005 1 0 0 0 0 50th (2005)
Gracie Trotter United States North Carolina 99 2020 11 1 7 11 0 3rd (2020)
Brittney Zamora United States Washington (state) 99 2019–2020 15[c] 0 6 10 2 5th (2019)

Whelen Modified Tour

Formerly Winston Modified Tour (1985–93) and Featherlite Modified Series (1994–2004)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Eileen Campbell United States New York (state) 51 1995–1996 2 0 0 0 0 N/A
Amy Catalano[70] United States New York (state) 56 2019–present 8 0 0 0 0 29th (2020)
Renee Dupuis United States Connecticut 90 1998–2013 115 0 0 2 0 18th (2005 & 2010)
Lauren Edgerton United States Virginia 72 2017 1 0 0 0 0 63rd (2017)
Melissa Fifield[71] United States New Hampshire 01 2014–present 97 0 0 0 0 15th (2017)
Kelly McDougall[72] United States Connecticut 19 (1995) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A
UNOH Showdown Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Renee Dupuis United States Connecticut 59 2011 1 0 0 0 0
Southern Slam 150 Results
Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles
Lauren Edgerton United States Virginia 72 2017 1 0 0 1 0

International series

PEAK Mexico Series

Formerly Desafío Corona (2004–06), Corona Series (2007–11), Toyota Series (2012–14), Mexico Series (2015)

Note: Only partial statistics available prior to 2008 season

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Leslie González Mexico Morelos 2005 1 0 0 0 0 50th (2005)
Estefanía Reyes Mexico Mexico City 28 2007–2011 18 0 0 0 0 28th (2008)
Mara Reyes Mexico Hidalgo (state) 2004–2005 28 0 8 20 1 6th (2004)

FedEx Challenge Series

Formerly Mexico T4 Series (2004–07), Mini Stock Series (2009–10), Stock V6 Series (2011–15)

Note: Only partial statistics available

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
María Limón[73][74] Mexico Jalisco 18 2010 9 0 0 9 0 7th (2010)
Gisela Ponce[75][76] Mexico Aguascalientes 23 2012–2014 16 0 4 13 0 7th (2012)

Pinty's Series

Formerly Canadian Tire Series (2007–15)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Sarah Cornett-Ching Canada British Columbia 25 2011 1 0 0 0 0 54th (2016)
Maryeve Dufault Canada Quebec 10 2010 2 0 0 0 0 44th (2010)
Shannon Harding Canada New Brunswick 36 2010–2011 4 0 0 0 0 43rd (2010 & 2011)
Caitlin Johnston Canada Ontario 01 2010 3 0 0 0 0 38th (2010)
Shantel Kalika Canada Saskatchewan 43 2018–2019 8 0 0 0 0 19th (2019)
Destiny Klym Canada Saskatchewan 55 2017 3 0 0 0 0 29th (2017)
Shania LaForce Canada Alberta 01 2014–2016 2 0 0 0 0 51st (2016)
Julia Landauer United States New York (state) 28 2018–2019 9 0 0 1 0 17th (2019)
Ashley Taws Canada Ontario 72 2008 1 0 0 0 0 44th (2008)
Erica Thiering Canada Alberta 87 2014–2015 11 0 0 2 0 17th (2015)
Isabelle Tremblay Canada Quebec 07 2010–2013 22 0 0 3 0 12th (2011)

Whelen Euro Series Elite 1 Division

The series exists since 2009, but was not officially affiliated with NASCAR until 2012. 2012 was the first season as a NASCAR-sanctioned series, so the list will be made from 2012 onwards.

Formerly Euro-Racecar NASCAR Touring Series Elite Division (2012) and Whelen Euro Series Elite Division (2013)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Michela Cerruti Italy Lazio 9 2015 2 0 0 0 0 38th (2015)
Jennifer Jo Cobb[44] United States Kansas 10 2019 2 0 0 0 0 44th (2019)
Ellen Lohr Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 99 2019 9 0 0 0 0 24th (2019)
Nathalie Maillet Luxembourg Remich (canton) 46 2012–2013 22 0 0 1 0 12th (2012 & 2013)
Carole Perrin France Rhône-Alpes 42 2012–2014 16 0 2 5 0 16th (2012)

Whelen Euro Series Elite 2 Division

Formerly Euro-Racecar NASCAR Touring Series Open Division (2012) and Whelen Euro Series Open Division (2013)

Note: Full statistics only available beginning with 2014 season

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Jessica Amendola[77] Italy Lombardy 92 2013 1 0 0 0 0 40th (2013)
Gabriela Arantes Prado[78] Brazil Minas Gerais 21 2015 11 0 0 0 0 15th (2015)
Carmen Boix Spain Valencian Community 1 2017–2018 24 0 0 5 0 11th (2017)
Caty Caly[79] France Yvelines 42 2013 2 0 0 1 0 35th (2013)
Arianna Casoli[80] Italy Emilia-Romagna 54 2016–2019 47 0 0 1 0 15th (2017 & 2019)
Jennifer Jo Cobb[44] United States Kansas 10 2018–2019 3 0 0 0 0 38th (2018)
Zihara Esteban[81][82][83] Spain Basque Country (autonomous community) 9 2012–2013 8 0 0 3 0 19th (2012)
Michelle de Jesus[84] Brazil São Paulo (state) 92 2013 1 0 0 0 0 46th (2013)
Francesca Linossi[85] Italy Lombardy 99 2014–2015 18 0 0 9 0 9th (2015)
Nathalie Maillet[86] Luxembourg Remich (canton) 46 2014 10 0 0 3 0 12th (2014)
Erika Monforte[87] Italy Friuli Venezia Giulia 88 2014–2016 19 0 0 2 0 10th (2014)
Carole Perrin[82][88] France Rhône-Alpes 54 2015 12 0 0 5 0 10th (2015)

Whelen Euro Series Elite Club Division

Note: Only partial statistics available

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Jacqueline Geiger[g] Germany Bavaria 70 (2019) 0 0 0 0 N/A (2019)
Manami Kobayashi Japan 2 2019 1 1[2] 1 1 12th (2019)
Alina Loibnegger[89] Austria Carinthia 66 2019 4 0 2 3 6th (2019)
Jennifer Maas Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 10 2018 2 0 1 2 7th (2018)
Nadine Vollekier[90] Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 10 2019 2 0 0 2 9th (2019)

Defunct series

AutoZone Elite Division, Midwest Series (2004–06)

Formerly RE/MAX Challenge Series (1998–2002) and International Truck and Engine Corporation Midwest Series (2003)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Molly Rhoads United States Minnesota 2004 1 0 0 0 0 52nd (2004)

AutoZone Elite Division, Northwest Series (2004–06)

Formerly Northwest Tour (1985–86), Winston Northwest Tour (1987–94), REB-CO Northwest Tour (1995–97), and Raybestos Northwest Series (1998–2003)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Sharon Bishop United States Washington (state) 96 1985–1986 2 0 0 0 0 65th (1986)
Kristi Schmitt United States California 10 2001–2002 3 0 0 0 0 36th (2001)
LeAnne Tanner United States Washington (state) 32 1998 1 0 0 0 0 55th (1998)

AutoZone Elite Division, Southeast Series (2004–06)

Formerly Winston All Pro Series (1991–93), Slim Jim All-Pro Series (1994–2000), Gatorade All Pro Series (2001), Hills Bros. All Pro Series (2002), and Kodak Southeast Series (2003)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Tina Gordon United States Alabama 66 1999–2000 25 0 0 3 0 20th (1999 & 2000)
Tammy Jo Kirk United States Georgia (U.S. state) 52 1991–1996 109 0 10 37 2 7th (1996)
Kristal Loescher United States Florida 0 1991 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Noreen Mears United States Alabama 2 1992 2 0 0 0 0 72nd (1992)
Leilani Münter United States Minnesota 32 (2004) 0 0 0 0 0 57th (2004)

AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series (2003–06)

Formerly Featherlite Southwest Tour (1986–2002)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Tara Beattie United States California 22 (1999–2000) 0 0 0 0 0 149th (2000)
Cathy Howard United States California 13 1988–1989 4 0 0 0 0 23rd (1988)
Marta Leonard United States California 46 1986–1987 6 0 0 0 0 19th (1986)
Michelle Nagai[91] United States California (2002–2003) 0 0 0 0 0 118th (2003)
Kristi Schmitt United States California 20 2001 1 0 0 0 0 99th (2001)

Goody's Dash Series (1992–2003)

Formerly Baby Grand Division (1975–79), International Sedan Series (1980–82), Darlington Dash Series (1983–84), Daytona Dash Series (1985), Charlotte/Daytona Dash Series (1986–89) and Dash Series (1990–91)

Note: Only partial statistics available for the late 1970s

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Sherry Blakley United States Texas 1991–1994 29 0 2 12 ? 8th (1993)
Wendy Hicks[92] United States Alabama (2002) 0 0 0 0 0 74th (2002)
Stacy Holewiak[93] United States Massachusetts 1994 1 0 0 0 0 N/A
Renee Kopstein[94] United States Virginia 2001 1 0 0 0 0 72nd (2001)
Arlene Pittman United States Georgia (U.S. state) 7 2002–2003 14 0 0 0 0 15th (2002)
Shawna Robinson United States Iowa 21 1988–1990 32 3 18 22 ? 3rd (1988 & 1989)
Karen Schulz United States New York (state) 78 1985–1988 48 0 10 27 ? 5th (1988)
Kelly Sutton United States Maryland 02 2000–2003 30 0 0 5 0 8th (2003)
Lillian Vandiver United States North Carolina 8 1976–1978 10+ 0 1? 4? ? 28th (1978)
Angie Wilson United States North Carolina 06 1999–2003 45 0 4 6 0 12th (1999)

Whelen Southern Modified Tour (2005–2016)

Driver No. Active Starts Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles Best Points Finish
Renee Dupuis United States Connecticut 59 2011–2013 11 0 0 5 0 14th (2011)
Lauren Edgerton United States Virginia 7 2016 2 0 0 0 0 19th (2016)

Notes

  • a Pagan's one NASCAR start came at a combination race between NASCAR's premier national touring series (now Cup Series) and its west coast series (now ARCA Menards Series West). It is listed in both sections.
  • b Hiss failed in her attempt to qualify for the Winston Cup Series and Winston West Series companion race at Ontario Motor Speedway in 1976. 81 drivers entered and only 40 made the race. She is listed in both sections.
  • c Participations (starts, wins, Top 5s, Top 10s and pole-positions) in K&N East and K&N West companion races at Iowa Speedway and Gateway Motorsports Park in 2018 and 2019 are counted for both series per the source, to which the NASCAR website itself links (That includes Deegan's in 2018 and 2019 and Zamora's in 2019). Note: other drivers to have competed in the companion race in previous years are not so double-counted, per the same source. Starting in 2020, companion races between ARCA Menards Series and ARCA Menards Series East are also double-conted (That includes Deegan's in 2020), the same applies to companion races between ARCA Menards Series and ARCA Menards Series West.
  • d A number of women qualified for and started at least one ARCA Menards Series race prior to NASCAR's buyout of the series including Leilani Munter, Alli Owens, Erin Crocker, Shawna Robinson, Sarah Cornett-Ching, Deborah Renshaw, Maryeve Dufault, Toni Breidinger, Milka Duno, Jennifer Jo Cobb, Nicole Behar, Hailie Deegan, Natalie Decker and others. The series was founded in 1953, was purcahsed by NASCAR on April 27, 2018,[66] and was officially NASCAR-sanctioned beginning in 2020.
  • e Decker had 29 ARCA Menards Series starts between 2017 and 2019, with 2 Top 5s, 12 Top 10s and 1 pole-position, Deegan had 6 ARCA Menards Series starts in 2019, with 1 Top 5 and 4 Top 10s and Breidinger had 3 ARCA Menards Series starts in 2018, with 1 Top 10 but since 2020 ARCA Menards season was the first season as a NASCAR-sanctioned series these stats aren't included.
  • f The series exists since 2009, but was not officially affiliated with NASCAR until 2012. 2012 was the first season as a NASCAR-sanctioned series, so the list will be made from 2012 onwards.
  • g Geiger competed at Hockenheimring in 2019 Whelen Euro Series Elite Club Division sharing the No. 70 Chevrolet Camaro with her father (Karl Geiger), but since he started in the car, he is scored in the race results.[95]

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