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From Pro Water Skier to Pro Racer Shea Holbrook is not the Barbie Doll Type
Shea Holbrook has always been an athlete. The 18-year-old Floridian competed nationally as a water skier, until she went to the Richard Petty driving school. Now she water skies for fun, and drives a race car for even more fun.
Shea Holbrook, 18, takes Third Place in FARA MP3 class
Shea drove her 1998 Acura Integra B18 GSR to a third place win at Homestead Speedway in Miami in the FARA (Formula and Automobile Racing Association) MP3 class. “It was a two hour endurance race,” said Holbrook. “I was competing against at least thirty other cars in high speed door-to-door action. Racing oversteps boundaries for me. I was never the Barbie doll type.”
Shea Holbrook drives a 1998 Acura Integra B18 GSR
Shea has been racing for about a year-and-a-half and driving for two years. “This is what I want to do, this is my career,” she said. “I like the noise and the smell of the tires. There is nothing like going 140 mph around a track. I’m ready to move up the ladder and get a faster car.”
Shea has a K&N air intake system on her 1.8 liter engine stock Acura Integra. “We noticed an additional 5 horsepower on the dyno with the K&N air intake system,” said Jeff Holbrook, Shea’s father. “I also love the wrench-off nut on the K&N oil fitler. It saves time on the track and protects the engine.”
Holbrook has races scheduled almost every weekend throughout the 2008 season.
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