Meet Ms. March – Jenny Zolper
Join us in welcoming Jenny Zolper as an Official Member of Car Chix, the premier motorsports organization for women! Jenny Zolper placed in the top 12 during the 2017 Women of Motorsports Contest, earning her spot as Ms. March in the 2018 Car Chix Calendar. Best of all, not only did Jenny earn a spot, so did her daughter Ruby — becoming the first Mother & Daughter Team to ever win the Car Chix Women of Motorsports Contest (Read: Record Breaking Women of Motorsports Contest Takes Over the Internet)! Congratulations Ladies!
“Go Big or Go Home.” – Jenny Zolper
Jenny is a drag racer from Minooka, Illinois and has been involved in motorsports for over 20 years! She drives a beautiful blown — YES BLOWN — 1973 Plymouth Duster! You can often catch her in the 8.60 Index Class at Route 66 Raceway representing Prison City Customs. Jenny has also participate in several of our Ladies Only Drag Races (Read: Largest Ladies Only Drag Race & Breast Cancer Fundraiser Ever). In 2017, Jenny won ‘Best Wheelstand’ and ‘Fastest MPH’. She was also recently featured in DragZine and Mopar Max.
Speed and meeting new people are two of Jenny’s favorite things about the racing. However, when we asked what her favorite motorsports memory was, Jenny, without hesitation stated, “Beating my husband’s fastest E/T Time.” Hahaha!
Oh nothing better than a good ole domestic rivalry! Jenny’s husband recently put out a public call out to his wife this race season; we are currently running a #TeamJenny or #TeamJoe poll on the Car Chix Page.
OH ITS ON IN THE ZOLPER HOUSE!!
2018 is going to be awesome! Place your bets!
Sponsors are welcome!
Posted by Joe Zolper on Saturday, March 10, 2018
Jenny’s main goal this season, outside of beating her husband in the upcoming grudge match, is winning more races. However, being a full-time businesswoman, mom and wife can sometimes make it difficult to get as much seat time as she would like.
She is a great role model to other women in the automotive and motorsports industry. Very encouraging!
“Try it. People are nice,” explains Jenny,”Racing is a drug and you can’t get enough of going down the track. It’s an experience you will never forget. I love seeing the next generation of females getting involved in this sport! Thank you Car Chix!”
And thank you Jenny! We look forward to an amazing race season with you!
** COMMENT BELOW — #TEAMJENNY OR #TEAMJOE **