Daughter of Drag Racing legend John Force made the decision at the age of 7 that she was going to race funny cars like her dad. Courtney's sisters also grew up to become racers, Brittnay currently drives the Brandsource Top Fuel Dragster, and older sister Ashley raced, but has now retired from competitive racing. We would like to add, that her body is rockin'! She trains constantly, and it shows. When asked about other sports she participated in as a youngster she told ESPN ,. I was in dance, gymnastics, cheer and softball.
She lives in California and graduated from Cal State. She won the Top Alcohol Championship. This year she grabbed the record of most wins by a female driver in NHRA history. She was approached her rookie year to be in the issue, but she turned it down. After she got a few wins under her belt she decided to do it.
Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway over labor day weekend. They approached me again this season. Q: When do you feel more pressure… at the starting line for a race or at your photo shoot? A: I definitely felt more pressure at the photo shoot as opposed to at the starting line for a race.
We're used to seeing a lot of muscle from our fave athletes—but not quite this much! Some of the fittest champs in the world bared every pec, quad and yes, even their glute muscles for ESPN magazine's annual body issue , which hits newsstands today. Take three-time Olympic gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings , who manages to look fiercely fit in the spread, despite posing both while pregnant and after giving birth. The 6-foot-3 beach volleyball player admits that no amount of athleticism can compare with birthing a child. Having babies makes me feel like Wonder Woman.