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On June 20, 1988, Courtney Force-Rahal was born in Yorba Linda, California, in the United States.
Former NHRA series competitor Courtney Force raced dragsters. For John Force Racing, she was the driver of the Advance Auto Parts Chevy Camaro SS Funny Car.
Courtney Force-Rahal won her first major competition on July 19, 2009, at the 22nd NHRA Northwest Nationals in Kent, Washington, in the Top Alcohol Dragster division. Courtney Force-Rahal joined John Force Racing as the fourth driver in 2011 when her sister, Ashley, declared her retirement from professional racing. On July 27, 2014, Courtney Force-Rahal passed her sister to take the title of female driver with the most Funny Car victories in NHRA history.
Being a professional drag racer is difficult and demands commitment and hard work. Courtney Force has so far amassed a significant sum of money as a result of her years of dedication to the world of auto racing. As of 2020, she has a $4 million net worth. She had a lengthy professional career as a drag racer, which contributed significantly to her income.
The exact earnings of Courtney Force, the first woman to win the O'Reily Auto Parts Winternational, are still not known.
Drag racing champion and national award winner Courtney Force stands with a height of 5 ft 8 in (172 cm).
Drag racing champion Courtney Force was born on June 20, 1988, and is currently 34 years old.
Courtney Force went to Esperanza High School in Anaheim, California.
She took part in the Ford Fiesta movement in 2009 and was named the Internet's most favoured agent. Communication studies were Courtney Force's major at Cal State Fullerton.
Courtney Force was born as the youngest daughter to 16- time NHRA World Funny Car Champion John Force and his wife Lauren Force Or Laurie Force.
In addition, Courtney Force has three sisters: half-sister Adria Hight, the CFO of John Force Racing JFR; Brittany Force, an NHRA drag racer since 2013; and Ashley Force Hood, president of John Force Entertainment since 2012.
Bobby Rahal, the winner of the 1986 Indianapolis 500, is the son of IndyCar racer Graham Rahal, with whom Courtney Force is married. The couple announced their first pregnancy in May 2020, and in November she gave birth to a daughter named Harlan Ann Rahal.
Courtney and Graham Rahal, her longtime lover who is now her husband, are happily married.
Rahal is also a small company entrepreneur and a race car driver from the United States. He is well-known for being the son of a well-known team owner and former American racing driver.
They exchanged their wedding vows in a private ceremony room, so the couple hasn't given the public a lot of information about their personal lives. Additionally, the wedding date and location are unknown. Additionally, the couple disclosed that they would have their first child in May 2020.
In 2005, drag racer Courtney Force obtained her NHRA competition driver's license.
Along with her sister Brittany, she started out in Super Comp before moving on to Top Alcohol Dragster (TA/D) in 2008. At Seattle and Pomona, where she also won, she made it to the final round twice in 2009.
Courtney Force has competed against her sister Brittany Force in races three times, winning each time. At Pomona Raceway, she achieved a career-best response time of.006 during the final event of 2009. Brand Source served as Force's main sponsor for the first year of Top Alcohol Dragster as well as her Super Comp career. Sanyo and Ford both began sponsoring Force in 2009.
Courtney Force tested a funny car in 2011 and received her NHRA funny car license. On January 10, 2012, it was revealed that Traxxas would serve as the season's main sponsor for Force.
In her Funny Car debut, Force raced at the 52nd O'Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Winternationals. With a 4.199 ET at 307.44 mph (494.78 km/h), she qualified in 12th place. She defeated Bob Tasca III in the opening round of eliminations with a pass time of 4.204 seconds at a speed of 309.27 mph (497.72 km/h). In the second round, despite running a career-best 4.143 ET at 313.88 mph (505.14 km/h), she was defeated by teammate Mike Neff.
Drag racer Courtney Force eliminated her father, John Force, in the first round of the Arizona Nationals, the second event of the year in Phoenix.
Force won her maiden FC race on August 5, 2012, when she defeated Matt Hagan in Seattle, Washington's Northwest Nationals final.
Force qualified first overall for the O'Reily Auto Parts Winternationals to start the 2013 season, becoming the first woman to do so. She would go on to win the competition and become the first female Funny Car driver after defeating Ron Capps in the final.
In the Funny Car final at Kansas in 2014, Courtney Force defeated Cruz Pedregon to earn the 100th victory for a female driver in the NHRA. Force declared she would stop driving right away on January 24, 2019.
IndyCar racer Graham Rahal and his wife, former NHRA Funny Car driver Courtney Force Rahal, are the founders of the tax-exempt Graham & Courtney Rahal Foundation. In order to continue the charitable work of his former team owner, the late actor Paul Newman, Rahal established the Foundation in 2009.
Every year, the foundation holds the GCRF Drivers Tournament powered by United Rentals during the week preceding the Indianapolis 500 to help its two philanthropic partners, Turns For Troops/Soldier Strong USA and Colorado State University's One Cure initiative, promote awareness and funds. The golf tournament raised about $330 k in 2020, which is a record amount for the occasion.
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