Megan Meyer is no stranger to a life in the fast lane. She grew up around the sport of drag racing and at the age of 10 climbed behind the wheel of a Junior Dragster. At the ages of 16 and 17 she earned back-to-back Championships. In 2015 she obtained her NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster license and after graduating college she competed in 17 races in 2016. Megan has an impressive racing resume that includes her first National event win at the NHRA 4-Wide Nationals in Charlotte, 5 Runner-Up finishes, all three special awards: Best Appearing Car, Best Appearing Crew, and Best Engineered Car, as well as setting the record for the quickest female pass of 5.15 seconds. With a nearly perfect season in the Lucas Oil Central Region Series, Megan clinched her first Top Alcohol Dragster Championship in only her sophomore season. All this and she’s only 27 years old.
Click here to listen to episode #1593 with Megan Meyer and Mark Green on the Cars Yeah Podcast
PARTING WORDS OF WISDOM:
If your mind is telling you to quit, you are only at 40% capacity. So, if you want to quit, realize you still have 60% of your mental and physical capacity left so don’t give up, even when your mind is telling you to.