The answer is yes. Terri O'Connell transitioned from Terry to Terri in 1994 competing in NASCAR before and after.
Jerry Was a Race Car Driver was created in 1991.
Not a professional one, but he raced "Dwarf" cars for fun.
The average height of an American race car driver is five foot eleven. The average weight of an American race car driver is 159 pounds.
The real name of the Drift King, the race car driver, is Keiichi Tsuchiya. He is a professional race car driver and is known as Drift King for his unconventional use of drifting.
To become a race car driver, first you need to figure out what type of race car driving you would like to pursue. Then you need to get experience and start working as a part of a race car team.
Every car that enters a race will be paid for that race. Even if it does not finish the race. The amount a car (and driver) gets paid depends on the position the car ends the race in.
I dont think your driving experience days qualify you to become a speed race car driver. First you would have to get special training in race car driving in order to become a professional race car driver.