Interesting question David.....I know of several Latina race car drivers already competing on road course circuits, drag race strips, and even in the stock car ranks, so I*d caution you about using the terminology of "First" when referring to Natividad...Please do some homework....
That being said, it sounds like you know an exciting woman racer, and it*s very cool that she has folks like you out there looking for sponsorship. It*s a competitive market out there, so the best things she/you can do are:
1. Develop a professional presence for her and for her team (clothing, logos, car graphics, etc.)
2. Get out there at the grassroots (local) level and drive, drive, drive, until she is winning races and making a name for herself
3. Market her skills to local businesses and other resources that might be looking to develop a stronger presence in your community
4. Complete a Racer Profile on the Thunder Valley Racing website where she will get media exposure. (www.thundervalleyracing.com)
Thanks for your question...I wish Natividad great success in her endeavors...
Dr. Karen Salvaggio
〉 Answered on Aug 7th, 2009 by Karen Salvaggio, Owner - Professional Race Car Driver at Thunder Valley Racing
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