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A Change Only Lindsay Brewer Will Usher
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A Change Only Lindsay Brewer Will Usher

Car racing has never been exclusive to male participants. Since its inception in 1949, NASCAR has had a number of female drivers competing alongside male ones. The majority of female drivers have inaugurated their careers by participating in a variety of open-wheel leagues. The list of such female drivers includes Tina Gordon and Erin Crocker who took part in ARCA, as well as Janet Guthrie and Danica Patrick who made their names in the IndyCar Series.

Even with continued female participation over the years, however, racing has mostly been seen by the masses as a male-dominated sport. Lindsay Brewer, a young female racer, may be the only one who can usher a change in this perception of the people.

The History of Female Racers

Betty Skelton Erde is an example of women who have achieved great feats in car racing. She set a record at Daytona in 1954, when she achieved a speed of 105.88 miles per hour.

Another remarkable female racer was Lyn St. James. She was one of the seven lucky women to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. More feathers in her cap include being victorious twice at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as securing a win at the 12 Hours of Sebring.

Shirley Muldowney was also one of the greats. She emerged victorious after competing in the NHRA Winston World Points Championship. This led her to become the first woman in the world to claim the most prestigious title in drag racing. Moreover, the United States House of Representatives also presented her with an Outstanding Achievement Award in 1977.

The Future of Female Racers

Many women have attained success in car racing but there is always room for new talent. The world of racing has been deprived of an abundance of great female racers for a while. However, Lindsay Brewer from San Diego State University just might be the one to usher a fresh change on the racetrack.

Ever since her first kart race when she was just 11 years old, she has been an active participant of karting. Despite being one of the youngest competitors in her first race, she went against all odds and won the event. After that, there has been no looking back. Over the years she has participated in, and won, numerous competitions.

The Colorado-born beauty models in her spare time while also being a freshman at San Diego University. However, her real passion lies on the racetrack. With such a busy and happening life, she uses her Instagram account to keep followers updated. Recently, she mentioned in an Instagram post that she is in search of a car racing sponsorship in order to pursue a serious career in racing.

Lindsay Brewer is just what the world of racing needs. Men have been seen clogging up the racetracks for far too long and a young female driver is sure to shake things up a bit.

Lindsay Brewer is not just a young female who loves to race. She is a sign that a fresh change can be ushered in the game, just like when Danica Patrick took the racetrack by storm. We hope that Lindsay gets a sponsorship soon so that we can see the racing world get rejuvenated.

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