Shirley "Cha "Cha" Muldowney is known as the "First Lady of Drag Racing". She was the first women to earn a NHRA license and went on to win 18 NHRA National Events, paving the way for women behind her.
Not only did Erica Enders-Stevens hold two back-to-back NHRA Pro Stock Championships, she also broke two records for female NHRA drivers. She scored her 19th career win and claimed her eighth victory for the year while breaking previous records.
While most drag racers compete on four-wheels, Angelle prefers two-wheels. She currently holds three NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Championships and is a huge supporter for women within the sport.
Leah Pruett currently drives a NHRA Top Fuel Dragster for Don Schumacher Racing. She has also recently raced in the factory stock class and won the NHRA SAMTech Factory Stock Showdown championship in 2019.
Megan Meyer is a two-time NHRA back-to-back U.S. Nationals champion. She has recently stepped down from competing in the Top Alcohol Dragster class but is still planning to compete in her Super Comp dragster.
Courtney Force is a former NHRA drag racer. She drove the Advance Auto Parts Chevy Camaro SS Funny Car for John Force Racing. In 2014, she achieved the 100th win by a female in NHRA.