Women in Motorsports Panel to Take Place at PRI 2016 - Engine Builder Magazine

Women in Motorsports Panel to Take Place at PRI 2016

Four dynamic industry leaders will take the stage for a special panel discussion on women in motorsports at this year’s PRI Trade Show. The all-female panel will cover a host of topics related to opportunities for women in racing.

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From left to right: Jeanette DesJardins, Jennifer LaFever, Jessi Combs, and Lyn St. James

Four dynamic industry leaders will take the stage for a special panel discussion on women in motorsports at this year’s PRI Trade Show. The all-female panel— covering a host of topics related to opportunities for women in racing—includes former IndyCar driver and 1992 Indy 500 Rookie of the Year Lyn St. James, professional driver, fabricator and TV personality Jessi Combs, Roush Yates Engines Quality Manager Jennifer LaFever, and Jeanette DesJardins, owner and founder of Car Chix and Crank It Media.

In addition to sharing their own personal stories and experiences in motorsports, panelists will address subjects like career paths, business relationships, sponsor attraction, and more—all geared toward advancing female participation in the trade. The program will be interactive as well, with audience members encouraged to ask questions and solicit advice from these highly accomplished professionals.

PRI’s “Women in Motorsports” seminar, which is hosted by PRI Magazine Editor Dan Schechner, is offered free of charge to registered Trade Show attendees and exhibitors.

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