(TOLEDO, Ohio - April 10, 2012) - Maryeve Dufault, one of the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards' rookies from the 2011 season, continues to look for her next opportunity in motorsports, and her pursuit is featured in a recent column.
Dexter Rogers of BleacherReport.com checked in with the Canadian driver, who last season drove for Tony Marks Racing and earned one top-10 finish in 14 starts.
Dufault also made her NASCAR Nationwide Series debut last year in Montreal, but is now looking for sponsorship that will allow her to continue her stock car career.
An excerpt from Rogers' column follows.
Even though Dufault is not a household name like (Danica) Patrick, that can easily change given the right circumstances. She's a very skilled driver and is sure to give the guys a run for their money on the driving circuit.
As a two-year-old, Dufault grew up watching her father and brother race motorcycles. She began racing go-karts at the tender age of four. She was essentially groomed to do what she's doing now.
To read Rogers' full work at BleacherReport.com, click here.
The next race for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards is the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200 at Salem Speedway on Sunday, April 29.