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RESUME

JENNIFER JO COBB

 

2011

2012

2013

Competed for Rookie of the Year honors in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS)

- Finished 29th in overall NNS championship points

Competed in 12 NCWTS events

- Finished a record-breaking 6th place at Daytona International Speedway in the NCWTS, the highest finish, at the time, by any female in NASCAR's top 3 divisions and as of 2014, the highest finish by a woman in NASCAR at Daytona

Competed full season NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

- Finished 27th in overall championship pionts

- Accomplished her 50th start in the NCWTS becoming the female with most starts in the series

Competed in two NASCAR Nationwide Series events, Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Kansas Speedway with a season high finish of 22nd at Kansas

Competed full season NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS)

- Competed for the first time internationally, finishing 23rd at the inaugural NCWTS event at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park Roadcourse

- Finished 25th in overall championship points

Competed in one NASCAR Nationwide Series at Kansas Speedway, finishing 26th

2010

Competed in her first full-time season in NASCAR's big leagues

- Finished a record-breaking 17th in the overall championship points standings, becoming the highest finishing female in all of NASCAR's top divisions in the modern era

- Competed for Rookie of the Year honors in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS)

- Two top-15 finishes NCWTS

 

Competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Kansas Speedway

2009

Competed in one ARCA Re/Max Series event at Kansas Speedway

Competed in two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events at Kansas Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway

2008

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut: qualified 36th; finished 33rd (expired engine)

NCTS at Kentucky Speedway: qualified 35th; finished 26th

ARCA at Chicagoland; started 41st; finished 19th

NASCAR Nationwide at Kansas: qualified 33rd, finished 30th

5th consecutive year as a driving instructor for RPDE

2007

Qualified as a "go or go home" car into the Kansas Speedway NASCAR Busch Series race (Denny Hamlin hit Cobb during a caution on lap 25 forcing a DNF)

3rd consecutive year as a Driving Instructor and Ride Driver for RPDE nationwide

ARCA Re/Max Series race at Kansas Speedway (Qualified 25th, Finished 25th)

4th consecutive year as a Driving Instructor and Ride Driver for the Richard Petty Driving Experience (RPDE) nationwide

2006

2004

Qualified 28th (out of 53) for the NASCAR Busch Series Finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway (November).

Three-Consecutive Top-10 Finishes in the ARCA RE/MAX Series

Qual 13th, Ran as high as 2nd and Fin 9th on the lead lap at Kansas Speedway

Qual 9th; Fin 7th on the lead lap at Nashville Superspeedway

Qualified 39th (due to fuel pump failure during qualifying), Ran as high as 3rd (and top-5 much of the day) and finished 10th on the lead lap at Chicagoland

Driving Instructor and ride driver for RPDE returning to tracks from 2003 and additionally gaining experience at Michigan, Texas Motor Speedway, Daytona and others

2003

Driving Instructor for RPDE with more than 10,000 laps at Kansas, Chicagoland, California Speedways, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Gateway International Raceway (St. Louis)

ARCA RE/MAX Series, June 2003, Kansas Speedway. Due to mechanical difficulties forced to take a provisional. Started 37th and in approximately first 10 green flag laps (many cautions at start of race), passed 18 cars. After passing half of the field, DNF due to engine failure.

2002

Competed in the premier Late Model division at I-70 Speedway, NASCAR Weekly (NWRS)

Graduated from Fast Track High Performance Racing School, meeting ARCA RE/MAX Series driver guidelines, reaching speeds over 150 mph at Lowe’s Motor Speedway

Finished 16th in ARCA RE/MAX Series debut at the Kansas Speedway

Completed ARCA RE/MAX Series testing at Daytona, over 179 mph, 16th quick.

2000-2001

Competed in Late Model division at I-70 Speedway, NWRS

Sportsman Late Model Division, I-70 Speedway, NWRS

o 15 top four qualifying race finishes, including two wins and six second place finishes

o Four feature victories

o 11 top three feature finishes

Second place in the overall point championship

1996-1999

Moved to the next level of competition of the NWRS in 1996, the Charger Division at both Lakeside and I-70 Speedways.

o Finished in top ten in points standings at each track

o 3 feature event wins

o Numerous qualifying race victories

1991-1995

Began racing in 1991 at Lakeside Speedway, Kansas City, Kansas in the 4-cylinder Pony Stock Division under the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series (NWRS). In 1994, Jennifer also competed in the same division at I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Missouri.

o 50+ qualifying race victories and 5 feature event wins

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