Harli White, born in 1996, is an American sprint car driver from Lindsay, Oklahoma.
On April 5, 2008, at I-44 Riverside Speedway in Oklahoma City, 12-year-old White drove a mini-sprint car in her very first race. However, the car caught fire and White suffered third- and fourth-degree burns before fellow driver Donnie Ray Crawford pulled her from the burning car. More than 20 surgeries later, White is back racing. White praises Shriners Hospital for Children for her recovery, only one year after the accident.
In 2011, White had 9 wins for the season and was #3 in points for ASCS2 in the Outlaw class and the Non-Wing class.
White won the Oil Capital Racing Series Non-Wing and Winged Sprint Car Championship in 2013.
Beginning in 2016, White has raced a Winged 410 sprint car in Australia during the off-seasons.
She is only the 3rd woman to ever drive the entire Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, in 2017, and was the highest finishing female ever in the Chili Bowl. She was 9th in ASCS National Points Standings.
In 2019, White won the ASCS Red River, Mid South Region Feature, and was 7th in ASCS National Points.
White’s crew chief is Johnny Herrera, and her 360 Winged Sprint Car has a Mach1 chassis and a Shark Racing Engine.
The 2020 season is White’s 13th year of racing. She continues to compete in the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.
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https://sprintcarandmidget.com/ascs/white-embarking-on-fourth-year-with-ascs/. SC&M Staff, “White Embarking on Fourth Year with ASCS." SprintCar&Midget.com, 2019 Turn 3 Media, LLC. Accessed May 15, 2020.
https://speedsport.com/sprints-midgets/harli-white-lands-australian-opportunity/. Speed Sport Staff, “Harli White Lands Australian Opportunity." SpeedSport, 2014-2019 Turn 3 Media, LLC. Accessed May 15, 2020
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