Duncan appears in 18 month Women in the Winner's Circle 2007 calendar along with 17 other women throughout the motorsports field.

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Allison Duncan became the first driver involved in the Drive for Diversity program to win a feature race when she took the checkered flag in the June 11 NASCAR Havoline Western Late Model race at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway.

The of San Rafael, Calif., native, drives the No. 20 Miller Lite/NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet for Bill McAnally Racing (BMR)/Richard Childress Racing (RCR). She qualified sixth, took the lead on lap 18 and held down the top spot for the remainder of the 30-lap race. Duncan’s victory also made her the first female driver to win a feature event at Stockton 99 Speedway. More...

“Winning my first Havoline Western Late Model race at Stockton 99 is just the best feeling,” said Duncan. “We’ve been close earlier in the season but we finally did it. Our success on the track is due to the great driver development program between Bill McAnally Racing and Richard Childress Racing and their joint commitment to the Drive for Diversity initiative. This is great and we can’t wait to do it again.”

Duncan is tied for the lead in the track point standings on the strength of the victory and four second-place finishes in the season’s first eight races. She and Sarah Fisher, who competes in the NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series, were named on January 26 as BMR/RCR teammates in the Drive for Diversity program.

See the January, 2004 issue of Car and Driver, page 122.

Richard Childress Racing (RCR):

Richard Childress Racing (RCR) set the standard for modern-era stock car racing teams. Based just south of Winston-Salem in Welcome, N.C., RCR ( has earned nine championships and more than 125 victories and was the first NASCAR organization to win championships in the NEXTEL Cup Series, Busch Series and Truck Series. RCR fields the NEXTEL Cup series teams of Kevin Harvick, Jeff Burton and Dave Blaney, and the Busch Series teams of Clint Bowyer and the two-driver team of Harvick and Brandon Miller. Also scheduled in 2005 is a four-race Cup program with Kerry Earnhardt, eldest son of Dale Earnhardt, legendary driver of RCR’s famed black No. 3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolets.

Bill McAnally Racing (BMR):

Bill McAnally Racing (BMR) was founded in 1986 by former NASCAR Grand National Division West Series driver Bill McAnally with one vision; winning championships. Located in Rocklin, California, BMR won three back to back championships and recorded 24 victories in the series. Alumni drivers include Austin Cameron and Nextel Cup drivers Brendan Gaughan, Jim Inglebright, Clint Bowyer and Kerry Earnhardt. In 2005, BMR welcomes veteran driver Steve Portenga and Indy Racing League favorite Sarah Fisher to the team.

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Or send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Allison Duncan Autograph Request, c/o Bill McAnally Racing, 8636 Antelope North Road, Antelope, California 95843

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2005 Stockton 99 Speedway Western Late Models Results - 2005

Duncan, Allison Age: 26 Races: NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series What’s so special: She recently won her first NASCAR Late Model race. Duncan, like Sarah Fisher, is backed by Richard Childress Racing. Allison Duncan , E-Mail races in the American Women's Global GT Championship. San Rafael. Racing Busch Series cars. (who's competing in the NASCAR Dodge weekly series, is tied for track lead in points and won her first race last week), Allison Duncan — Duncan said that during the first NASCAR race she attended, "I was completely hooked from the moment the first car rolled onto the track." The Chevy-driving Duncan (24) won her debut NASCAR Late Model series race and is in contention to win the 2005

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