Gracie Trotter is an American stock car racing driver. He competes part-time in the ARCA Menards Series, driving the Nos. 15 and 25 Toyota Camrys for Venturini Motorsports. She also competes for Rev Racing in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series as part of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program.
Grace Trotter was born on August 27, 2001, in Denver, North Carolina, United States parents Tracy Trotter and Beth Branson Trotter. Her father has been married twice, and she has a step-brother named Richardson Trotter. She does not have any real siblings. Gracie was raised in Denver and at the age of eight, she began racing go-karts. Her grandfather and father both were racers, which makes Gracie a third-generation driver. She would go every weekend with her dad to race and soon fell in love with racing. The young race currently attends online school due to her rigid practice sessions. The details regarding her college career are not known as she is still young.
Gracie Trotter Career
Before racing stock cars, Gracie would compete in legends cars. In 2017, she became the first female driver to win in the Young Lions division at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The same year she also made her model debut, driving for Bond Suss. In 2018, she continued to race in the CARS Tour 2018. Subsequently, she was selected as one of twelve drivers invited to NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity and soon announced as a member of the program’s 2019 class. This also resulted in Gracie earning her a late model contract with Rev Racing to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. The next following year she was also selected for the same program.
In January 2020, Gracie was declared as a driver for Bill McAnally Racing (BMR) in the ARCA Menards Series West, as well as for select ARCA Menards Series and ARCA Menards Series East races. For her debut, she finished at 16th while due to certain engine issues she came 22nd in ARCA Menards Series. Later, Trotter earned a new career record by placing 3rd at Irwindale Speedway which was before the Covid-19 pandemic. Soon at Douglas County Speedway, she earned a new career-best finish, placing second to race winner Blaine Perkins. On September 26, she won her first ARCA West race, which made her the second female driver to win a West Series and her season finished with 9th place at Phoenix. In the upcoming 2021 season, Venturini Motorsports announced that Trotter would compete part-time for the team in the 2021 ARCA Menards Series.
Just like any other teenager, Gracie is also an active social media user. She has a verified Instagram account under the username @gracietrotter11 where she has over 14.9k followers as of 2021. She is often seen posting clips from her personal life as well as a racer. Trotter also has a Twitter account where she joined in 2015 and has over 6k followers as of yet.
Gracie Trotter Biography
|Real Name||Grace Elizabeth Trotter|
|Birth Date||27 August 2001|
|Birth Place||Denver, North Carolina, U.S.|
|Profession||Car Race Driver|
|Sun sign||Not Known|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimetres – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 60 kg – in Pounds – 132 lbs|
|Bra (Breast) Size||32B|
|Shoe Size||7.5 (U.S.)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Father||Beth Branson Trotter|
|Is she a lesbian?||No|
|Favorite Food||Not Known|
|Favorite Destination||Not Known|
|Favorite Color||Not Known|
The 19-year old race seems to keep her relationship private, though it seems she is currently not engaged in any relationship and is busy growing her career in racing. Gracie has not mentioned the details of her boyfriend in front of the public.
Gracie Trotter Net worth
The first female driver to win an ARCA-sanctioned race has an accumulated net worth of $3 million US Dollars. her major source of income is from being a professional race, endorsing brands, and various other sponsorships.
- Grace Elizabeth Trotter is an American stock car racer known for becoming the first female driver to win an ARCA-sanctioned race in 2020.
- She is currently in Venturini Motorsports and previously raced for Bill McAnally Racing.
- Grace was born and raised in Denver.
- She is a third-generation race car driver after her father and grandfather.
- In the last 9 years, she has been served at Urban Ministries homeless shelter.
- On December 3, 2020, Trotter was awarded the Wendell Scott Trailblazer Award.