3rd Generation Race Car Driver, Megan Reitenour Takes NASCAR by storm!
3rd generation race car driver Megan Reitenour and J&S Motorsports, LLC has signed with Heraea Marketing, LLC. Megan Reitenour is a name well known in racing with a list of accomplishments to back it up.  Don't let this petite racer in black and pink fool you, she is one of the most relentless and aggressive racers you will find.  Following in her father's and grandfather's footsteps, Reitenour is moving up the ranks of NASCAR and showing speed is how this girl wants to have fun!  Reitenour began her racing career at the age of five in the Quarter Midgets and to date, she has over 200 wins and seven championships under her hood. Reitenour's background is diverse, but one thing for sure, she's got the talent and skills to play with the big boys.

Her accolades are endless:  Drive for Diversity Testing & Evaluation Combine; her performances at the Combine earned her position as a NASCAR Driver for Diversity Driver; the ONLY FEMALE WINNER in the Diversity Program since its inception; NASCAR Whelen All-American Late Model Series - with an impressive season of seven (7) top five finishes, 16 top ten finishes in seventeen events and won Rookie of the Year. Reitenour has also made HISTORY by being the first woman to ever win a late model stock car race at Tri-County Motor Speedway. She's had 3 wins in the Super Cup Stock Series at the age of 17. Megan is the only female driver in the last 20 years to win in a K&N Pro East Series type stock car.
You'll be able to catch Reitenour on Speed TV during this year's competitions, stay tuned and watch a rising star join the ranks of some of NASCAR's elite drivers as Tony Stewart, Ricky Stenhouse, James Buescher, and Danica Patrick in the near future.

Megan is very involved in both her home and her race communities. She hopes to gain recognition through her on the track success and off the track community service, to causes which are near to her heart, including Multiple Sclerosis, Melanoma Cancer, Eosinophillic Disease and the well-being and care of animals.

Reitenour attributes her success to her team, family, friends and independent sponsorship; and is so grateful for them. She gets great satisfaction from being part of a group that represents young ladies in this sport and looks forward to the goals and challenges ahead of her.
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