ShockerRacingGirls is excited to announce Olivia Hart as our December Featured Article. This 20 year old, Kentucky girl enjoys hitting up car shows, especially shows like Mustang Week in her time off from waitressing. Olivia tells us, "I went to my first big show at the Mustang 50th anniversary in Charlotte, NC" and that was her gateway into the automotive world! Her first car was a Mitsubishi Eclipse and she currently is driving a Ford Focus but has dreams of getting her hands on a 2015 Ingot Silver 5.0 Ford Mustang. My biggest pet peeve is "when people ask me the same questions over and over again" Olivia added, so we were very careful not to ask anything twice! We are always curious to know how much modeling experience each new ShockerRacingGirl has and Olivia tells us "I have very little experience but with those experiences, I've grown better and I enjoy modeling." She added that her first photoshoot was just this past September. Olivia appears to be very comfortable with this 2015 S550 Mustang GT in this photoshoot by @MustangFanClub. Click to read more and see Olivia with Chris Alfieri's Supercharged SN95 Mustang!
I have finally figured out some new hoodies for ShockerRacing.com and this time I pre-made myself one so that we can be sure on sizing. I am going with a Jerzees Nu Blend Hoodie made by CNorr Vinyl who has been making me some amazing products for a few months now. I will attach pics of me wearing a Large so that you can see how the size fits on me along with the color options. The large actually has nice long sleeves and I could possibly get away with a medium but I like the large for a nice comfy hoodie.
Shocker Racing Hoodie Pre Order
$23 without shipping
Ordering will be open until midnight Dec. 21 then we will place the order. Please expect a few weeks from Dec 21st to receive your shirt.
Color choices with white print:
Royal Blue, Black, Charcoal, Purple
Color choices with black print:
White, Cyber Pink, Gold
When I first came across this glowing photo, I'm not sure which booty grabbed my attention more... The models(Faith Marone) or Jessie's(@JessieGal) Hi Liter Yellow Infiniti G37. Either way, I had to find out more about both! After seeing a few more of these photos by Tolga Cetin Photography (@tolga_cetin_photography) pop up I knew this shoot and Jessie's Infiniti deserved a full feature!
Hit the jump for more photos, details on the Infiniti, and of course an interview with the gorgeous Faith Marone!
The ShockerRacingGirls started back in 2006 thanks to Myspace and some beautiful female car enthusiasts that were fans of ShockerRacing. It all started with us sending one of our fans, Zandrea, a ShockerRacing tshirt in exchange for a few photos. Shortly after that we made long lasting contacts with Chromalusion Photography(North Carolina) and Jon Mulkey Photography(Las Vegas) who have worked with many beautiful SR Girls.
I have been receiving a lot of inquiries about becoming one of the now famous #ShockerRacingGirls lately and figured its time to post some details up here. Hit the jump to find out how you can become one of the ShockerRacingGirls.
You may not expect, 19 year old Shelby Bragdon of Seaford, DE, to be driving a fifth generation Camaro. We tend to see the name Shelby used in Ford families stemming from a love of Carrol Shelby, the automotive legend. For Ms. Bragdon, the nickname was given to her by a very dear family friend named Jeff Daisey. Even though, Shelby is truly a Chevy girl at heart, she will never turn away from her nickname as Jeff is now her guardian angel watching over her.
Shelby contacted us a short time ago to find out about representing ShockerRacing.com as one of our ShockerRacingGirls. One of my first questions that we always ask a potential SR Girl is whether they have any modeling experience. Shelby explained that she is by no means a professional, and that she had just begun to try her hand at modeling. She shared one of her recent photos she had taken with her 2013 Camaro and it was obvious she was able to steal the attention away from her beautiful car. From there she ordered up a pair of the famous ShockerRacing booty shorts and scheduled a photoshoot with her favorite local photographer.
Shocker Racing first met Cassidy a few months back on good old Instagram. Cassidy owns Cnorr Vinyl, a sticker and apparel company that had been popping up around the automotive community on IG. After sharing a few of her photos on the @ShockerRacing IG page, Cass contacted us about what it would take to be one of the official #ShockerRacingGirls. We discussed the details and began searching for a photographer and a car to work with in the Pittsburgh area. Finding a photographer ended up being the easy part as Shelby, aka @AShelbyCobraGirl, set us up with Fred Jennings. Fred was highly recommended by Shelby, as she explained that he was really easy to work with and that he was especially helpful for models with little to no experience. To view more from Fred Jennings Photography be sure to check out his website: www.1Camera1Lense.com
The hardest part of making this whole shoot happen was finding the right car. We had quite a few nice cars submitted as possibilities for the shoot but none of them felt quite right. I wanted to see something different, something that we had not shot with before and don't see a lot of. Fred, Cass and I were all using our resources to see what we could come up with and finally Cass found the winner. Cassidy had found someone who put us in touch with Paul who owns this beautiful Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster...
I missed having a featured ride article for the month of July as there was so much going on and I was unable to coordinate a shoot with one of our amazing photographers but I promise we will make up for it in August! We were contacted a few weeks ago by a beautiful model named Rikki and scheduled a Dan Joy Photoshoot with her for Saturday, August 2nd. We were locked in to be shooting with Turk's 2012 Audi R8 and Mook's 1998 Supra. Everything was set for the shoot as we had locked down a great garage to shoot in, but we contacted Rikki a couple of days before the shoot to confirm and received no response. As it was getting later and later on the Friday before the shoot we began to panic as we had still not heard from the model. Then at about 7:00pm Friday evening a family member of Rikki's contacted us to let us know that she had a health issue and was going to be in the hospital over the weekend. We were saddened to hear this news and we hope she is doing well as we have not heard any further details. Being that the stars had all aligned to get the location, photographer and cars scheduled, the shoot had to go on and we scrambled to find a replacement model. In stepped the beautiful Angela Angelovska whom we had the pleasure of working with just a couple months ago. We contacted Angela and she just happened to have a few hours on Saturday free to come to Chicago.