Megan Reitenour, 23, hails from Miamisburg, Ohio. She is part of a third generation of racers in her family. Reitenour began her career racing Quarter Midgets at the age of five years old. To date, Megan has over 200 wins and seven championships.
In 2008, Megan was selected as a development driver for Nesbitt Racing Enterprises, in the Super Cup Stock Car Series. Reitenour finished second in the series points standings, missing the championship by seven points, and was named Rookie of the Year. She was the only driver in the series to post three victories for the season.
Reitenour continued her success in 2008 when she was selected for the first time to participate in the 2008 and 2009 Drive for Diversity Testing & Evaluation Combine. Her performances at the Combine earned her position as a 2009 and 2010 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver. She was only one of ten drivers in the nation selected to participate in the program. Megan raced in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Late Model Series, competing in the center of NASCAR country at Tri-County Speedway in Hudson, NC and continuing her ladder of success. Megan had an impressive season with 7 top five finishes, 16 top ten finishes in seventeen events and won Rookie of the Year Honors. She was only one of two drivers in the program to do so in 2009 season. In 2010, Megan made history by being the first woman to ever win a late model stock car race at Tri-County Motor Speedway, where she had a dominating performance by winning the Fire Cracker 150.
Megan is also very involved in her home community and her race community. She hopes to bring recognition by her on the track success and off the track community service, to causes which are near to her heart, including Multiple Sclerosis, Melanoma Cancer, Eosinophllic 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.