- About me:
- I?m seventeen years old and live in Miamisburg, Ohio. I?m part of a third generation of racers in my family. I started out in a pink Barbie Corvette at the age of two years old. My Dad placed pillows behind me and underneath me so I could reach the pedals of the car. At age four, I advanced to a Quad Runner and couldn't wait to get into a Quarter Midget at age five. I stayed in the Quarter Midget Series for seven years. I was able to obtain three consecutive track championships and have over 150 top three feature finishes. After moving up from the Quarter Midget Series, I spent two years in the Bandolero Series. I would like to share with you some of my accomplishments. I won the 2004/2005 Bandolero State Championship. I was fortunate enough to win the Great Lakes Nationals in Flint, Michigan and the Buckeye Nationals in Xenia, Ohio, ranking 5th overall in the Nation. In 2006 I stepped up to the Legend Series. I finished in the top ten in 24 out of the 26 races that I participated in. I won the 2006 Young Lions State of Ohio Championship, ranking in the top 20% in the nation of the Semi-Pro Division. With my fourth place standing in the Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana Legends (KOIL) Touring Series, I set two records in the process. One being the youngest driver to place in the top five and the other being the first ever female to place in the top ten of the series. In 2007 I stepped up to the Super Cup Stock Car Series and the ARCA Lincoln Welder Truck Series. The SCSCS Series is a traveling series within the Eastern Region of the United States. These cars are powered by 600 horse power V-8 engines and are equipped with four speed transmissions. 2008 will mark the first year that I will participate as a development driver for Nesbitt Racing Enterprises, Inc. Also in 2008 I will participate in the ARCA Lincoln Welder Truck Series. This series is also a traveling series within the Midwest Region of the United States but will also include Canada. These trucks are powered by 350 horse power V-6 engines and are equipped with four speed transmissions. I know that the success I have had this far could not have occurred without the support of my team, family, friends and independent sponsorships; I am so grateful for them. I get great satisfaction from being part of a group that represents young ladies in this sport and I look forward to the goals and challenges ahead of me.
Meg voted on the poll What is your favorite type of track that ARCA races on?2011-08-29 15:31:24 UTC