As the official beer of NASCAR, Busch Light has a longstanding commitment to the sport that dates back to 1979. Over these 40+ years, Busch Light has sponsored key programs - the Busch Pole Award and, of course, the Busch Light Clash - to invest in the sport. We’ve been both a friend and sponsor of driver Kevin Harvick since 2016, and he has proven to be the fastest, most dominant, and most consistent driver in the NASCAR Cup Series.
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In racing, sponsorship is not just the key to success but what it takes even to get a spot on the track. That's why we're making a first-of-its-kind commitment to sponsor every woman driver (21+) in NASCAR today–and for years to come. Through the Busch Light Accelerate Her program, we're promising to provide access to more track time, more media exposure, and more training for up-and-coming talent.
Every driver will receive a direct sponsorship grant from Busch Light, but that's not all. We've redirected 25% of our yearly NASCAR budget to solely support marketing resources and brand support for our women drivers. We're committed to paving a lane for women on and off the track, and the Busch Light Accelerate Her program is our first step towards a future with more women drivers.
MEET THE 2022 BUSCH RACE TEAM
Amber Balcaen is a third-generation racecar driver from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In 2016, Amber made Canadian history when she became the 1st Canadian woman to win a NASCAR-sanctioned race in the USA. She has raced for Kyle Busch Motorsports and Bill McAnally Racing and competes full-time in the ARCA Menards series. At 29 years of age, Amber has successfully utilized her racing platform to become one of motorsport’s most prominent women influencers–inspiring and motivating others to pursue their dreams, break stereotypes, and positively impact society.
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Jennifer's drive to be the best driver on the track does not stipulate gender. Her goal is to be a NASCAR Cup Series Champion, and she believes a vital part of succeeding is partnering with like-minded and goal-driven partners. Jennifer is a second-generation driver that started racing at the age of four. Her resumé includes racing go-karts, mini-stocks, and late models. She is now in her sixth season in Super Late Models (SLM) and third season in the NASCAR ARCA Series.
Hailing from east-central Pennsylvania, Stephanie began her racing career in 2010 at the age of 12. Starting out in Agile Champ Karts, she moved up the ranks and graduated to Gold Karts the following year. Growing up in a racing family, Moyer was mentored by her father, Mike Moyer, Sr., and her brother Mike Moyer, Jr., both champion drivers. While fighting for the 2011 Gold Kart Championship, her brother passed away. She spent the season dedicated to her brother’s memory and won seven races en route to the championship. Beginning in 2012, she took over the reins of her late brother’s Factory Stock Car at the Evergreen Raceway in Drums, PA. As she learned the ropes and developed her driving style, she captivated racing veterans and fans alike with impressive runs, ultimately taking home Rookie of the Year honors that season. As she continued her career, her consistency culminated in four consecutive seasons finishing no worse than second in the championship from 2017 to 2020. In 2021, she continued her success with a 10th-place finish by points in the Arca Menards East Series!
Natalie Decker started racing go-karts at nine years old, with four track championships in three years. At 12, she moved into full-size cars and won at the most prestigious Midwest race in West Salem, WI, at the end of the year-Oktoberfest. She has won the Overall Championship in the State of Wisconsin in the super stock class and was the Track Champion at State Park Speedway in the Limited Late Model. After moving into Super Late, she was the first woman to podium in the ARCA Midwest Tours and was Rookie of the Year in the Midwest Truck Series. Natalie has raced full-time ARCA getting pole position at Daytona and finishing fifth, while also racing Trans Am part-time with podium finishes. She has raced NASCAR trucks and was chosen to try out for the W-Series in Europe-made it to the finals! At age 22, she was the highest-finishing woman in NASCAR Trucks with a fifth place at Daytona (competed in 15 truck races) and raced Trans Am part-time with one win and podium finishes. Natalie has gone on to race NASCAR Xfinity and is the 2021 Trans Am Pro-Am Champion in Audi R8 with one win, two podiums, and one pole position at Charlotte Roval.
Melissa is a racecar driver from Wakefield, New Hampshire. In her rookie year, she won the track championship in Londonderry, N.H. She also received the Most Determined Driver Award. Melissa went on to compete in the World Karting Association and was ranked 4th nationally. At age 14, she joined the Allison Legacy Series, where she competed in both the North and South Series, where she won many podium finishes. Melissa also competed in several other series, such as Late Models, and went onto the Modified Racing Series with her first modified.
In 2014, Melissa moved to NASCAR in the Whelen Modified Tour. She was awarded the “Most Popular Driver” award for the last three consecutive years.
Brittney's drive to be the best driver on the track does not stipulate gender. Her goal is to be a NASCAR Cup Series Champion, and she believes a vital part of succeeding is partnering with like-minded and goal-driven partners. Brittney is a second-generation driver that started racing at the age of four. Her resumé includes racing go-karts, mini stocks, and Late Model. She is now in her sixth season in Super Late Models (SLM) and third season in the NASCAR ARCA Series.
At just 22 years old, 19-time USAC winner, Toni Breidinger, is the first woman Arab driver of NASCAR. Toni has joined Venturini Motorsports driving the #25 Toyota Camry for the 2022 season. A vast social media following of 2.2 million followers has made her one of the most powerful drivers in NASCAR on social media. Her success has not gone unnoticed, with brands such as Free People, Huda Beauty, Lenscrafters, Sunny D, Sparco, HairClub, and Bell Helmets partnering with Breidinger on the track. She has appeared on Ellen and The Today Show following her NASCAR debut at Daytona as well as in print in the New York Post, GQ, Marie Claire Arabia, People, and CNN.
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