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W Series names Holbrook one of 28 drivers going on to the next stage for F3 single-seater series

January 31, 2019

Twenty-eight drivers were given the very good news today that they had been chosen to go through to the next stage of the selection process of W Series, the all-new single-seater racing series for female drivers only. Not surprisingly there were smiles and tears, but in a stirring speech here at the Wachauring in Melk,… Read More

Shea Holbrook in Wall Street Journal Documentary, The 184MPH Woman

January 14, 2019

Denise Mueller-Korenek shattered the previous land-speed record for the fastest human on a bicycle on earth pacing behind professional race car driver, Shea Holbrook. This 20-minute documentary captures the true story of what it took to go after the record, teamwork, believing your in goals and persevering through anything and everything. Watch and enjoy the… Read More

Holbrook Named As Qualifier For The W Series

December 14, 2018

W Series names long-list of drivers set to fight for a place on the final grid and Shea Holbrook, Lamborghini Super Trofeo driver is on that list. “I’m honored to be one of the drivers selected to move forward to the final qualifiers in late January. This is a tremendous opportunity and one I’m humbled… Read More

Pulling a Cyclist to a Land-Speed Victory

October 29, 2018

Featured on Medium.com “For big dreamers, stagnancy isn’t an option. Yet crushing records and chalking up wins takes behind-the-scenes patience and preparation. Without a doubt, it’s a fine line between crazy and cool-headed; in any type of extreme racing, the balance is an everyday necessity. It was triply so for the Project Speed crew, our group… Read More

Shea Holbrook: Female Race Car Driver Smashing Records

October 22, 2018

Shea Holbrook is the first female driver to win a touring car race. The professional race car driver teamed up with cyclist Denise Mueller to shatter the world land speed bicycle record coming in at 183 miles per hour. The record had been held since 1995 and has been held by men for the last… Read More