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Lindsay Brewer is one of the few women driving in a male-dominated sport — and fans are quickly realizing she was meant to be here. Brewer claims her love for racing is fueled by her hopes to inspire other young women and girls to suit up and hit the gas.
Brewer once entered a strategic partnership with the prestigious academy Skip Barber Racing, the legendary racing school has trained over 350,000 drivers in the past 45 years — including well-known alumni such as Juan Pablo Montoya, Jeff Gordon, Marco Andretti, and, yes, Danica Patrick.
Lindsay Brewer, a professional racecar driver and celebrity influencer, has officially acquired and relaunched EVO alongside her manager and serial entrepreneur Christian Young and with the help of former public markets executive Simon Yu. The star 24-year-old race car driver and social media content creator has created over three million followers on social media.
Indy Pro Championship
Brewer will participate in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship presented by Cooper Tires in 2022, an official feeder series for the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and Indianapolis 500. She will carry sponsorship from Mastermine and EVO and will race the #93 for Exclusive Autosport.
“I've been testing in Indy Pro since last summer and thrilled to finally get on the grid and make my way through the Road to Indy," Brewer stated. "I've worked really hard in the gym with my fitness regimen and have the same commitment to learn as much as I can on the racetrack this season."
2022 Indy Pro 2000 Schedule
Brewer will be racing in a single-seat, open-wheel Indy car-style chassis with a halo-type device featuring a top speed of roughly 165+ mph. The 2022 Indy Pro 2000 schedule will feature a blend of road courses and street circuits as well as ovals, with Lindsay’s first race of the season at Barber Motorsports Park on April 30 and May 1. Brewer will contest a 16-race schedule, which will take her through Sept. 4, 2022, at Portland International Raceway.
"Female athletes serve as a strategic priority for advertisers as they create compelling partnership opportunities for brands," stated Klint Briney, Brewer's agent. "Someone like Lindsay provides a valuable vehicle for brands to speak through as her followers fall in a key demo for advertisers. I've seen first-hand representing other female drivers in the past—people were always cheering for their success, which brewed powerful narratives and provided great value for our partners who invested in those efforts. I love seeing women in motorsports and the more girls you see getting into race cars, the more it will become the norm.”