Get up to speed on this record-breaking race car driver.
Slow and steady wins—unless you’re Julia Landauer. The race car driver is a force on and off the track, breaking her first record at 14 as the first and youngest female champion to win the Skip Barber racing series, graduating from Stanford with a degree in Science, Technology, and Society, and becoming the first female NASCAR Track Champion in her division last year. She’s not a badass female racer, she’s a badass racer. Period. And though Landauer has accomplished more at 24 than most people twice her age, it’s only the beginning. On this week’s episode of #Girlboss Radio, she sits down with Sophia to talk about self-advocacy, speeding tickets, and her favorite pump-up song. Listen in here.