Mrs. United States Winner Ashley Stremme Proud To Sling Dirt At Race Tracks

by NESN Staff

August 5, 2016

From the Better Half Dash to dirt tracks in North Carolina, Ashley Stremme is a winner in many regards. That continued when Stremme was crowned Mrs. United States 2016 on Thursday.

Mrs. United States, a pageant for married women, featured representation from all 50 states in the country. Stremme, representing her home state of North Carolina, headed to Las Vegas for the the four-day competition and emerged victorious.

Stremme is the wife of former NASCAR driver and current dirt track racer David Stremme. The two manufacture dirt modified chassis for a racing business they co-own.

Stremme is a racer, too. Both her and her father raced near Stremme’s hometown of Mooresville, N.C., earning their racing stripes.

Of course, that meant when given the chance to pick a costume that closely represents her state, she opted for a fire suit.

When she’s not racing or walking down the runway, she’s one of the co-hosts of Motor Racing Network’s “Slingin Dirt.”

When Stremme does race, she often supports the Victory Junction Gang, which gives kids with chronic or life-threatening illnesses a free-of-cost vacation in one of the coolest camps imaginable, or Motor Racing Outreach.

When it comes down to it, this is as much a win for those kids as it is for her.

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