NHRA Driver
Courtney Force
  • Date of birth:
    June 20, 1988
  • Hometown:
    Yorba Linda, Calif.
  • Sponsor/Car:
    Traxxas Ford Mustang
  • Crew Chief:
    Ron Douglas/Danny Hood
  • Career Wins: 8
    FC: 7 TAD: 1
  • Career Final Rounds: 14
    FC: 12 TAD: 2
  • Career Best E.T.:
    4.005
  • Career Best Speed:
    325.37
Career Highlights
  • 2013: Raced to two victories in four final-round appearances; Posted career-best performances at Las Vegas 2 and Pomona 2; Earned No. 1 qualifying position at Pomona 1; Qualified for the Countdown to the Championship and finished seventh in points
  • 2012: Raced to her first career Funny Car victory in only her 15th career race; posted two No. 1 qualifying positions during the year with her first coming at the prestigious NHRA U. S. Nationals at Indianapolis; was named the Auto Club Road to the Future award winner which recognized her as the 2012 NHRA Rookie of the Year; made Professional racing debut, competing alongside her father, John, in the Funny Car class
  • 2011: Tested and licensed in nitro Funny Car
  • 2008-10: Competed in Top Alcohol Dragster category in NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. Scored first national event win in Seattle in 2009.
  • 2005-07: Competed in Super Comp category in NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series

Personal
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Height/weight: 5' 8", 130 lbs.
  • Hobbies: Cooking, hanging out with friends, working out
  • Notable: In 2013 was featured in ESPN The Magazine’s The Body issue, including the cover; Spokesperson
    for Ford’s Driving Skills for Life teen driver education program; recognized as a 2012 NEXT athlete by ESPN
    The Magazine; Won 2009 Seattle NHRA race in Top Alcohol Dragster in NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series;
    attended Cal State Fullerton and majored in communications with an emphasis in entertainment studies;
    former cheerleader at Esperanza High School in Anaheim, Calif.

 
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