About Kenzie Ruston
NASCAR K&N Pro Series racer who became the highest finishing female in NASCAR K&N Pro Series points in history in 2013 and the highest finishing female in NASCAR K&N Pro Series history with her 2nd place finish at Iowa Speedway.
She started racing in Bandolero cars when she was 14. At 16, she moved up to the ultra competitive Legends car series. In 2009, she won the TMS Winter Series, Summer Stampede and Series Championship and would go on to win 7 championships, becoming the first female to win the US Legends Car Asphalt National Championship. She was also voted Driver of the Year at TMS.
She became the first female to lead laps and finish top 10 in her ARCA debut, to win a ARCA/CRA Super Series feature, to receive the fast qualifier award for an ARCA/CRA event, and to be honored as Speed51.com's most popular driver.
She is a native of Oklahoma.
She made history as a female race car driver just as Danica Patrick did.
Latest information about Kenzie Ruston updated on June 01, 2020.