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Birthdate: September 17, 1982
Hometown: Topeka, KS

Jenny officially began her racing career at the age of 7 in quarter midgets, where she competed regularly until the age of 16. Along the way, she won two national championships, 16 regional titles, more than 100 feature races, and set more than 50 track records, many of which still stand today.

At the age of 16, Jenny began racing in the highly competitive NASCAR Weekly Racing Series Late Model division. In 1999, Jenny began competing at I-44 Speedway, now renamed Midway Speedway, a beautiful 3/8 mile track located in Lebanon, Missouri. It was not until July of 2000, that she began racing weekly on the high banks of I-70 Speedway's 1/2 mile track in Odessa, Missouri. Her racing success has continued, where in just two seasons she worked her way up to being a consistent top-five contender.

In 2001, Jenny completed her first full season at I-70 Speedway finishing a strong 3rd in the season points championship. She was also fast qualifier at 5 events throughout the year.

The 2002 season only enabled Jenny to add even more successes to her list of racing accomplishments. She has now become not only the first female to set the pole at I-70 Speedway and the fastest female qualifier, but also the first, and so far the only, female to win a feature race in the premier division in the 33 year history of I-70 Speedway.

2003 proved to be the most successful season yet for Jenny. She was a strong competitor throughout most of the season for the I-70 Speedway Season Points Championship. Unfortunately, she fell a little short of the win, but was able to bring home a solid second place finish. Along the way, she was able to add five more feature wins to her record including: 3 of the 4 extended lap special features and the premier event at I-70, the 2003 World Cup 500.

Jenny is not just a top racecar driver, but also a straight A honor student who graduated from Topeka High School in 2001 amongst the top 5% of all Kansas students. She attended the University of Kansas and graduated with Honors in May of 2005. She earned her bachelors degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing.

Source: www.jennywhitemotorsports.com

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