Robinson, Shawna (1964–)
Robinson, Shawna (1964–)
Ameriacn stock car racer. Born Nov 30, 1964, in Des Moines, Iowa; married; children: 1 son, 1 daughter.
Made racing debut on Great American Truck Racing tour (1980); moved to NASCAR stock cars (1988), finishing 3rd in debut race in Goody's Dash Series at Daytona; became the 1st woman to win a NASCAR touring event when she won the Dash race at New Asheville (NC) Speedway (1988); became 1st woman to win a NASCAR Touring pole position in a Dash race at I-95 Speedway in Florence, SC (1989); also won the pole for Busch Light 300 at Atlanta, with a record lap (1994); became the 1st woman to finish in the top-6 of a national motorsports oval series (2000) and the 1st female to run a full season in a national stock car racing series; made Winston Cup debut (2001); had 7 Winston Cup starts (2002) and finished 24th at Daytona 500.
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