SARA PRICE

Sara is a Professional Motocross and Supercross racer who has made her mark by not only making history in her racing endeavors but also in the Motocross Industry by being the first ever factory supported female racer under Monster Energy Kawasaki and a X-Games medalist. Being determined and hard working she is shooting her sights in a new direction as still continuing her racing in motocross but tackling a all new kind of racing as a Off-road race car Driver. Being a young business lady and role model, she is always striving for the best and always giving back to her community. Sara’s strives to stay fabulous as being a Host at special events and on camera as a spokeswomen. With no fear she recently competed in beauty pageants to prove a point that women can be gorgeous and be just as good as the men on the track. Sara has recently ventured into Stunts, striving to break into the film industry as her new goal away from racing.

RACING HISTORY

2020

  • 11th Overall Mint 400 Trophy Truck Class, debut TT Race
  • 2nd Place Sonora Rally UTV Class
  • Raced King of Hammers
  • Competed in Stadium Super Trucks Adelaide, Australia

2019

  • Champion in SCORE Trophy Truck Spec Class

2018

  • Rookie Season in SCORE International and Championship Contender in TT Spec Class
  • 8th Overall SCORE Championship TT Spec Class
  • 2nd Overall SCORE Desert Challenge Trophy Truck Spec class
  • 5th Overall SCORE BAJA 500 RPM Offroad Trophy Truck Spec.
  • Competed in King Of The Hammers

 

2017

  • 1st place, Hoonigans Wanted Drivers Search to become Next female Hoonigan Athlete
  • 6th place, Tarmac Hill Climb event “The Climb to the Clouds” at Mount Washington in Fiat 124 Rally Car (Car Issues)
  • 2nd place in first ever Trophy Truck race, Laughlin Desert classic
  • 1st place overall, Terracross Championship Round 1
  • Co-Hosted Muscle Kingz Facebook Live Series
  • Hosted the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame  

2016

  • Off Road HALL OF FAME Inductee in the UTV, MX, and ATV Category
  • First Female Stadium Super Truck Driver (first female to ever lead laps in a race)
  • 1st place, Terracross UTV Hay Days
  • 2nd place, SXS Australian Championship Final Round
  • Competed in King of Hammers

2015

  • Undefeated Champion, Terracross Championship (event aired on CBS Sports TV Network)
  • Competed in Rally Aïcha Des Africa Gazelle, 1st UTV Team in First Participation
  • Off-Road Nights Recipient of the ‘’Short Course Driver of the Year’’
  • Champion, Street Time Attack 86 Shootout
  • 3rd Place Overall, Lucas Oil Regional Series Championship Production 900

2014

  • Champion, WORCS Powder Puff Class
  • 2nd Place, Stadium Super Trucks Sand Sport Super Show (Saturday)
  • Stadium Super Trucks Sand Sport Super Show (Sunday), Leader in 13 of the 14 laps

2013

  • Loma Linda Hospital Big Air Kids Fair Event
  • Champion, Lake Elsinore Grand Prix UTV
  • Competed in Miss California USA Beauty Pageant
  • Host and Correspondent for DirtLive Score International
  • Only Female Rider in the Loma Linda Hospital Big Air Kids Fair Event 5th year in a row
  • Stunt Women in two large scaled commercials (Contact for more info)

2012

  • Runner up first Beauty pageant entered Miss Teen 2012
  • Ambassador for Kids Cures Foundation
  • Held 2nd annual Sara Price Invitational

 

2011

  • X-Games 4th in Women Super-X
  • Held 1st annual Sara Price Invitational
  • Started the Sara Price Racing Academy

2010

  • X-Games Medalist in Women’s Super-X
  • Made History being the first ever female factory supported under
  • Monster Energy Kawasaki Race team

2009

  • Awarded MX Sports Rookie of the Year
  • Finished 4th in the AMA Lucas Oil Women’s Championship
  • Won first Women’s A Pro race entered (GNC Finals in Texas)
  • Only Female Rider Featured in Semper Ride Video for the Military

2008

  • The most winningest Women as a Amateur Motocross Champion (to date) with 17 amateur national championships

2007

  • Thor Outstanding achievement Rider of the Year award
  • Champion of Winter Nationals Olympics Women’s SX Championship and Olympian Championship

2006

  • Loretta Lynn’s 25th Amateur National Championship

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