NASCAR’s Future Female Champions

When Danica Patrick announced her retirement from NASCAR, it was a complete loss not only for the sport, but also fans from all over the world. Her retirement left the tournament without a single female driver. It's a sport where there have been only a few female drivers ever allowed to join and Danica's retirement made the path for other female drivers easier than before.

As difficult as it might sound, the future for other female drivers is still bright, all thanks to Danica's career that made NASCAR's stakeholders began to accept more female drivers and, therefore, make the race more inclusive.

As for who the next female driver will be, we have some good drivers that you may be interested to learn about.

Hanna Zellers

Many people expect Hanna Zellers to become one of the best female driver in NASCAR history. Even some betting sites, such as Bettingtop10 Indonesia, predicts so. It's true that she still lacks some experience, but it doesn't mean she will never acquire those skills and experience in the future, especially with her outstanding recent performances.

Amber Balcaen

With thousands of followers on both Instagram and Twitter, Amber Balcaen is both a famous female NASCAR driver and social media wizard. Like other female drivers, she still lacks some important experience to finally reach the peak of her career. However, her recent performances can't be easily ignored. Her excellent performance at Motor Mile Speedway alone was equal to a pro racer.

Nicole Behar

Unlike the first two female driver, Nicole Behar is quite stacked with outstanding performances. Over the last few years, she has at least 23 top-10s and six top-fives. This is quite impressive, though regarding her young age. For a 20-year-old female racer, she still has a very bright future waiting for her.

Natalie Decker

Like Amber Balcaen, Natalie Decker had been racing for quite a while. Her career includes Drive for Diversity (2015), Camping World Truck Series (2016), and ARCA series. However, despite competing with some of the world's most famous NASCAR teams, such as Rev Racing, she still has a long road until she becomes what we expect of.

Julia Landauer

As both an actress and NASCAR racer, Julia Landauer is more famous for her impressive career on the racetrack. When she was just 13-years-old, she became the world's first female Skip Barber Racing champion. In 2016, after joining NASCAR Next class, she becomes one of NASCAR's best female race. Recently, she also earned 13 top-10s and seven top-fives with Bill McAnally Racing. This year, after deciding to join the famous Sunrise Ford Racing team, she earned seven top-10s and a top-five.

Featured Site