AMBER and Angela Cope have certainly made the hearts of many NASCAR fans beat faster over the years.
The twins stunned fans at a Maxim magazine photoshoot in 2012 when they posed on the hood of a NASCAR.
But that was far from her first experience with the racing series.
The nieces of 1990 Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope entered the NASCAR world back in 2006.
Both made their debuts in the ARCA series with Andy Belmont Racing and competed a total of seven times for five different teams in the series between 2006 and 2008.
In 2010, they both moved to the Camping World Truck Series, where they made one appearance each before making the leap to the Nationwide/Xfinity Series the following year.
From now on, their experiences differed.
Amber has performed twice in as many years, including a 26th place finish in New Hampshire in 2012.
This turned out to be her last race.
However, Angela made fifteen appearances through 2018, including a 25th place finish, also in New Hampshire in 2011.
She then returned to compete in the Camping World Truck Series seventeen times in 2019 and 2020, where she seemingly found her groove, finishing eighth in her career at Daytona.
Speaking to KTLA in 2020, Angela admitted finding her way into a heavily male-dominated sport hasn’t been easy, explaining: “His [one of] very few women in a male dominated sport who deserve the respect not only of my drivers but of NASCAR itself – it’s a tough world to be in.
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