ABOUT KATE DALLENBACH
Kate Dallenbach comes from a strong racing heritage, and to say it's in her blood would be an understatement. Grandfather Wally Dallenbach Sr. was a successful Indy Car driver and one of the most respected Chief Stewards in history. Her dad Wally Dallenbach Jr. is a two time Trans Am champion, Pikes Peak Hill Climb winner, and four time winner of the 24 Hours of Daytona. He has raced in the Sprint Cup Series for such notable teams as Hendrick Motorsports, Jack Roush and Bud Moore. Wally Jr., now a Broadcaster for TNT and NBC for NASCAR and the Indy Car Series. He currently races in select road races in a prototype car.
MORE ABOUT KATE DALLENBACH
Kate's mom Robin Mccall Dallenbach started racing when she was 8 years old in quarter midgets. She raced on many short tracks across the country in asphalt Late Models and dirt cars. She also competed in two Sprint Cup races at the age of 18. She currently is a stunt driver and precision driver in car commercials, and competes in Trap Shooting.
Kate is proud to be driving for Lee Faulk Racing, and Bass Pro Shops. She is also a Richard Childress development driver and will compete in dirt late model races for RCR.