Diversifying NASCAR

Diversifying NASCAR

Way back in 1947, when Bill France Sr. created the National Association of Stock Car Racing (NASCAR) it’s unlikely that he and the roughly twenty other white men¬†in the room with him, had the advancement of women or people of color in mind. And that was par for the course in America. While they met […]

Amber Balcaen: The Underdog of NASCAR

Amber Balcaen: The Underdog of NASCAR

I’m an underdog. I don’t come from money. I come from dirt racing. I’m Canadian. I’m a woman. There’s a lot that doesn’t add up to me being a typical NASCAR driver.

NASCAR’s Future: Madeline Crane

NASCAR’s Future: Madeline Crane

If you follow¬†GladiatHers¬ģ on Instagram (and you definitely should be) you a got behind-the-scenes look at the Atlanta Motor Speedway for this year’s Rinnai 250 and Active Pest Control 200. We’ll give you a recap later this week, but we wanted to make sure you got a chance to meet one of NASCAR’s up and […]

THE WOMEN WHO’VE MADE NASCAR HISTORY

THE WOMEN WHO’VE MADE NASCAR HISTORY

For many, NASCAR is synonymous with fast cars and the men who drive them. Historically, women were relegated to being scantily clad race starters, trophy girls and wives. But just as women have progressed in other sports, women have come a long way in NASCAR. Long before Danica Patrick hit the scene women began making […]

NASCAR WEEK: What is NASCAR?

NASCAR WEEK: What is NASCAR?

Hey y’all! I’m supa dupa excited to announce that it’s NASCAR Week here at GladiatHers.com! *cue applause* All his week we’ll be posting about NASCAR. The week will¬†culminate in GladiatHers.com¬†making an appearance at the Atlanta Motor Speedway for the Rinnai 250 and Active Pest Control 200 Races. Exciting, right?! Be sure to check the blog, […]

Beyonc√© on Sports Marketing

Earlier this week the Beyhive and the whole internet was abuzz after the sagacious Queen Bey came off of her thrown and delivered a brief essay on equality.¬† With a focus on equal pay, Beyonc√© encouraged both women and men to demand that women be treated as equals in the workplace.¬† I‚Äôm the first one […]