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Name: Tracey Chambers
Hometown: Timberlake, North Carolina
Education: A.A.S. Business Administration, Marketing Certificate, President's List ~ 4.0 GPA, Piedmont Community College
Height: 5' 2"
Racing Hero: Alan Kulwicki
Favorite Movie: Days of Thunder
Favorite Music: Various
Favorite Color: Blue



Racing Achievements: 

2010:  Tracey competed at Orange County Speedway placing 6th in the final points standings.

2009:  Tracey returned to the driver's seat with her new Tech Racing Late Model Stock Car at Orange County Speedway. She recorded her first podium finish, 3rd place, on July 18th, and capped the year off with a top 5 in the points standings with 12 starts, one top 3, three top 5's, and eleven top 10's.

2008:  Tracey was unable to race the 2008 season due to a lack of sponsor support. She was at the track on a regular basis, crewing & spotting for her brother's Late Model Stock Car team.

2007:  7th place points finish at Orange County Speedway, Late Model Stock Car Division.

2006:  Tracey competed in the Late Model Stock Car Division at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, North Carolina. Of three starts, she secured two top tens, and she made her touring series debut in August when she started a race in the ASA Late Model South Series Division race at Orange County bringing home a top 15 finish. Tracey got the opportunity to test a NASCAR Grand National (K & N Pro Series) car at South Boston Speedway in October when she was invited to participate in the NASCAR endorsed 2007 Drive for Diversity Driver Combine.

2005:  Tracey competed in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series, Late Model Stock Car Division at Ace Speedway in Altamahaw, North Carolina. Of 22 starts, she recorded seven top ten finishes, and secured 10th in the final points standings. She placed 9th in the Budweiser Challenge Series, a separate points system based on the second race of every twin event. At the banquet, Tracey was honored when she was named the "Most Improved Driver" in the Late Model Stock Car Division. Tracey was also given the opportunity to participate in the 2006 Drive for Diversity Driver Combine held at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia.

2004:  Tracey completed her rookie season in the Late Model Stock Car Division. She gained seat time at Ace Speedway in Altamahaw, NC as well as at Southern National Speedway in Kenly, NC. Out of seven starts, Tracey had six top fifteens, including two eleventh place finishes. She finished third in rookie points at Ace Speedway and 15th in overall points, although she only competed in six events at the track. She became only the second female to race at Ace in the LMSC division. Tracey appeared on the cover of National Short Track and in the Burlington Times-News. She was personally invited by Funkmaster Flex to participate in the Funkmaster Flex Super Series Invitational, and she graduated from the prestigious Lyn St. James Driver Development Program held at Phoenix International Raceway in December.

2003:  This racing season, Tracey competed in the Limited Sportsman Division ranks for the second year. She collected four top fives, including one top three finish, and 11 top tens in 15 starts while capping the year off eighth in the final points standings only 10 points out of seventh. She was again named the runner-up for the Most Popular Driver Award.

2002:  Tracey competed as a rookie in the Limited Sportsman Division at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, NC.  She finished the year off 8th in points even after missing several races due to the car not being ready. She was also runner up for rookie of the year and runner up for the Most Popular Driver Award for this division.  She had one top five finish and five top tens out of ten starts.   

2001:  Tracey competed in the Modified-4 Cylinder Division at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, NC.  She finished 2nd in points only 4 points out of the lead and led them for over half of the season.  Tracey was named the 2001 recipient of the Mack Lamm Sportsmanship Award for OCS at the Awards Banquet.  She collected a total of 7 poles, 2 wins, 6 top twos, 10 top fives, and never finished outside the top six in 13 starts.  She also became the first female to win at Orange County Speedway and is the only female to lead a points battle at OCS.

2000:  Tracey competed in the Modified 4-Cylinder Division at Orange County Speedway, in Rougemont.  She tied for fifth in points & for "Rookie of the Year."  At the Awards Banquet, Tracey was also the recipient of the "Bobby Gullie Memorial Award" for Sportsmanship in the Mod-4 Division.  Out of 13 starts, she finished in the top 10 eleven times, and in the top 5 four times.  Tracey showed much improvement this past year, considering she was a rookie in this division.

1999:  4 Cylinder Pure Stock, Orange County Speedway, 10 starts with 10 top 3 finishes, 8 runner up finishes, third place in points even after missing the first race.



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