Megan Reitenour, first year driver for the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Program pulls through with another top ten finish for her season finale event. Reitenour completes her season compiling a impressive record with 16 top tens, seven top fives in seventeen events. Reitenour also secured Rookie of the Year honors, finishing a strong 4th place in the points at Tri-County Speedway in Hudson, NC.
Reitenour has been competing in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in the heart of NASCAR country, against some strong competition and alongside some of the best drivers in the country of the late model stock division. Reitenour thrives on that caliber of competition and says she wouldn't want it any other way.
Reitenour said, "I'm really glad how the season turned out for us. I enjoyed racing in North Carolina. It's so competitive and I've really learned a lot racing with this caliber of drivers. It only gets tougher as I move up the ladder in racing. I feel this type of competition prepares me for the challenges ahead and I want to be ready for them. I would like to thank the NASCAR Drive for Diversity for the opportunity they gave me and for making it possible for me to compete this season. I would also like to thank Leicht Motorsports for the help they gave me. I want to also thank my partners, Project Podium, Haus Builders, MPM Marketing, Nestor Insurance, Fox Motors, PR Image Design, Stuckey Motorsports, CompCal, Impact Racing and all my family and fans for their help and support this season."