Since the premiere event over a decade ago, one of the hottest attractions at the annual The Dirt Nitro Challenge are the lovely young ladies that pose for the trophy presentations: they’re known as The Dirt Girls. They’re at the track all week long to assist with racer registration, RV parking, and general information, and provide a welcome reprieve from chatting with the same dirt-covered dude sitting next to you in the pit area for five days. We caught all four of them in a rare available moment to chat about what it’s like to be a Dirt Girl.
Mar 15, 2013 No Comments
About the authorAssociate Editor Since receiving my first hobby-grade RC car as a holiday present from my father nearly 20 years ago, I've been fortunate enough to meet more people and experience more opportunities through the adventures I've had in the RC industry than I would've ever imagined. I've done it all - from working at a hobby shop, to being a factory sponsored racer, to working for some of the biggest brands in the industry. I've enjoyed each and every one of the dozens of kits I've built, hundreds of events I've attended, and thousands of laps that I've logged at race tracks around the world, and my passion is to share those experiences with other hobbyists so that they may find fulfillment in their own RC careers.
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