Danica Patrick began go-karting in 1992 at the age of 10, and went on to win several World Karting Association championships. She moved to England at the age of 16 in order to advance her racing career. Patrick raced in Formula Ford and Formula Vauxhall, earning a second-place finish in Britain's Formula Ford Festival, the highest finish by a woman in the event. In 2002, Patrick started driving for Bobby Rahal in the United States. After making several starts in the Barber Dodge Pro Series, she moved to the Toyota Atlantic Championship for 2003. Driving for Rahal Letterman Racing, Patrick won one pole and was a consistent podium finisher, however, she never won a race. In 2004, Patrick finished third in the Championship. After the 2004 racing season, Rahal Letterman Racing officially announced that Patrick would drive in the IRL IndyCar Series for 2005.
No, Janet Guthrie was
You do not have to go to school to become a professional motocross racer. Some people become professionals in their teenage years.
You have to have a licence to become a harness racer. it takes 3 years to be a professional driver.
None, you just need to be ridiculously good at it.
The first step to becoming one is learning how to spell PROFESSIONAL.
Get a bike, keep the throttle open all the way when riding, and you're golden!
Yes, there has. Several female racers have driven part time in the Cup, Nationwide and/or Truck Series over the years. They include Louise Smith, Janet Guthrie, Shawna Robinson, Chrissy Wallace and Danica Patrick.
You need alot of money. Have previous racing expirences that allow you to drive well. and a car you have been driving for awhile.
Determination, hard work, luck, and money never hurts. You have to understand that these guys are doing this as a job, its not all fun in games.
oxygen. but if you are a professional racer you would use nitrogen
about 7 or 9 snarp spigles.
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