Source: NBC By Andrea Swalec
At 5-foot-2, Collete Davis is shorter than the tires of her truck, but she can do amazing tricks.
Monster trucks roar through stadiums, revving their engines and crushing cars with a satisfying crunch. The drivers must all be big, burly men, right? Wrong.
The driver of the new Wonder Woman Monster Jam truck ...
By Angela Haupt January 24 at 6:21 PM
Source: Washington Post
When Collete Davis straps into her 10,000-pound, 12-foot-tall monster truck, she’s a fearless adversary with one thing on her mind. “All that’s going through my head is all the fun I’m about to have,” the Los Angeles-based driver says. Oh, and beating the guys. ...
Article originally posted on MICROSOFT.COM
At 23, Collete Davis has raced for Red Bull, negotiated major endorsements, and hosted a TV show. As she climbs to the top of the podium, she says success comes down to one thing: believing in yourself.
When she was a freshman, Collete Davis walked into the dean’s office at her college ...
By ARIELLE DACHILLE on Bustle.com
June 16 2017
Considering the fact that she drives race cars for a living, it’s fitting that Collete Davis is living life on the road right now. “You’ve gotta excuse me,” she says offhandedly as she hoists her suitcase onto a table, “I’ve been living out of a suitcase for the ...
Collete appears on the Today Show during Kathie Lee and Hoda to promote season 1 of Girl Starter!
UPLOAD VR, by MATTHEW TERNDRUP
On a Sunday morning, I find myself in Long Beach, California with a cold beer resting in my hand as a race is about to start. Powerful vehicles accelerate through a closed-circuit track as the leader of the pack turns expertly around a corner, shifts into gear, and launches into the air from a dirt road ...