An auto show event raised over $33,000 for non-profit Hate Is A Virus on April 17 in Anaheim, California.
The event featured professional BMW race car driver and organizer Samantha Tan as well as drifter Sara Choi.
Toni Breidinger is a successful model from California’s Bay Area who recently made history as the first female Arab American driver to compete in NASCAR.
Breidinger, who is of Lebanese descent, made her NASCAR debut at the Daytona International Speedway in the 2021 ARCA Menards Series season opener on Feb. 13, according to Arab American News.
Drifting a Power Wheels Jeep around the house as a child might have been the start of a now impressive career for Canadian-born Samantha “Sam” Tan, 23, a professional race car driver, owner of a professional racing team, child of immigrants and recent college graduate.
While racing BMWs for five years, Sam balanced being a full-time college student on top of developing her career, graduating with the Class of 2020 from the University of California, Irvine, with a degree in economics, according to Forbes. Although she possesses an impressive work ethic, Sam still feels a lack of respect in the largely male-dominated sport of racing.
Italian Formula One racing team AlphaTauri has announced that Japanese driver Yuki Tsunoda will be making his Formula 1 debut in 2021.
Juju Noda is already aiming to become among the best racing stars in the world at 14 years old.
The racing prodigy, who started breaking Formula 4 records before her teens, has set her sights on becoming the first female F1 champion.
Alexander Albon, 22, is now the second Formula One racer in history to drive under the Thai flag with the Red Bull junior team Toro Rosso.
A 17-year-old race car driver from Germany survived a horrific crash on Sunday at the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix.
Sophia Floersch, who fractured her spine in the terrifying 172 mph (274 kph) crash that sent her car flying off the track, underwent her first surgery on Monday.
An Indonesian man’s $630,000 Singapore dollars ($462,589) Lamborghini could be scrapped after it was forfeited to the state following its owner’s previous involvement in illegal racing.
Singapore court decided to forfeit the exotic vehicle, which was bought under the name of the company owned by the parents of Indonesian traffic offender Kevin Pratama Chandra.
If former Denver Post columnist Terry Frei’s immediate reaction was any indication, an Asian winning a prestigious American sports event can indeed ruffle some racist people’s feathers.
After a glorious win at the recently concluded Indianapolis 500, Japanese-born driver Takuma Sato and his racing team, Andretti Autosport, anticipated a celebratory week, and rightfully so.