If you're the kind of motorsport fan who keeps up with the next American tipped to make it big in the open-wheel scene, or who likes to keep an eye on promising women in the sport, then you've heard of Sabré Cook, which she pronounces "say-bra Advertisement "I was born into [racing] in a way," the Grand Junction, Colorado native said in a recent interview with Jalopnik. "My father used to race motocross and supercross professionally, and he founded karting after he retired. I can't even remember at the time that I was like, 'Oh yeah, this is cool.' "But I remember thinking that this is something I wanted to do for the rest of my life when I was 13 and I won my first world championship. It was very tough, character building weekend, and then it ended up working out in the end. And I just remember after I crossed the finish line, I was just like, 'Wow, this is such a special feeling. This is such a special sport and I could do this forever.'" Cook got her start, like many modern racers, in karting, where she racked up wins and championships. She's won scholarships for the… Read full this story
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