Thursday, December 15, 2016

Julia Landauer Not Just A Survivor

Julia Landauer Not Just A Survivor “Racing is one of the most unique sports because Biology doesn’t prevent men and women from competing together– Julia Landauer” 

At the young age of fourteen, she became the first female champion in the thirty-one year history of the Skip Barber Racing Series. Julia Landauer is also a two-time champion NASCAR. Most recently, she ignited her career by becoming the first woman to win a NASCAR track championship in the Limited Late Model Division at Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Va.

Below is the video of the initial celebration for
Julia Landauer, 2015 NASCAR Track Champion
in the Limited Sportsman division at Motor Mile Speedway!

That Championship coupled with fourteen years of racing experience assisted Julia’s advancement to the televised NASCAR K&N Pro Series West last year. Additionally, Julia was the only woman among the eleven drivers selected in May to the 2016-17 NASCAR Next program, which highlights future stars. Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson and Ryan Blaney — who are among the Sprint Cup’s top 20 drivers — also participated in the program.

#KNWEST Driver
Achievement Award
In 2016, Julia continuing to impress. With her podium finish (third place) in the K&N Pro Series West finale, Landauer she finished fourth in final standings, the highest finish for a female in series history.

As if that were not enough, Ms. Landauer is a Stanford graduate, earning a BS degree in Science, Technology, and Society. She focused on business and how modern technology can be applied to racing! Julia has since purposefully built her brand where technology, community and racing intersect and fuse, including by competing on SURVIVOR.

“Reason for Being on SURVIVOR: I'm a competitive person and Survivor is the epic challenge that will require me to incorporate all my strengths, minimize all my weaknesses and test myself and hopefully rise above the rest.” Julia Landauer

Julia Landauer's Team 54
NASCAR Race Mom is anxiously awaiting this young lady’s plans for next year.

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