Driver of the #46 Boise State University Pro Truck & Super Late Model

2015

- Three NASCAR K&N Pro Series West races.

- NASCAR Drive for Diversity Combine Participant

-Marketing Intern at K&N Filters

When she isn't in her race suit wheeling a race car, Hannah is a sophomore at Boise State University where she is a marketing major. She also has taken up internships with NASCAR teams and K&N Filters.

When not at the race track you can find Hannah at the lake with her family, snowboarding, dirtbiking, or riding horses. She also works for Boise State University where she reports on specific events happening on campus.

Off The Track
2013

-4th in Rocky Mountain Challenge Series Point and Rookie of the Year

-2nd In ASA Pro Trucks Points and Most Improved Driver

     * 1 win, 5 fast qualifiers, and 1 track record

-NASCAR Drive for Diversity Participant

-Runner up in Dr. Pepper "One of a Kind" national competition.

2014

- Women in Sports Foundation: Project Podium grant recipient and representative.

- NASCAR Drive for Diversity Combine Participant
-ChixGear Fast 5 Women

-First Collegiate sponsored NASCAR Athlete with Boise State University

Fast Facts!

Hometown: Twin Falls, ID


Birthday: 02/04/1997


Height: 5'4"


Family: Mason, 16 (Brother)

- Kylie, 10 (Sister) - Susan (Mother) - John (Father)-Angela (Step Mom)


Pets: Ruger (Aussie), Dottie (Basset Hound), Kitty (Cat) 

Stats & Recognition

 2011-2012

- 4th in ASA Pro Truck Points and Rookie of the year (2011)

-3rd in Whelen All American Points.

      * 6 wins and 10 fast qualifiers

-6th in NASCAR K&N West Pro Series Debut in Albequerque, NM

- NASCAR Drive for Diversity Participant


 Hannah picked up her love for racing at the young age of 5 and the rest is history as the teenage girl pursues her dream of one day becoming NASCAR's next star. 

 

At age 5 Hannah started racing asphalt road course gokarts where she went on to collect multiple local and state championships. At 13, Hannah made her jump into a full body pro truck. Due to her age she couldn't compete full time because of age restrictions but returned the following year to collect 4th in points and Rookie of the year in the ASA Pro Trucks. In 2012 Newhouse was picked up by NASCAR team Thompson Motorsports out of Jerome, ID to run a local Whelen All American series. After an extremely successful year in 2012 she signed back on with Thompson in 2013 to run a full time traveling super latemodel and Pro truck series. In 2014 Hannah suffered an injury that sidlined her for the year. In 2015 she made select NASCAR K&N Pro Series West starts as well as Super Late model racing.

Say Hello to Hannah Newhouse!