Named the 2016 Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Rising Star, Sara Price's racing career started on dirt and she went on to join Kawasaki as the first factory-supported female racer. She began racing dirt bikes at the age of eight and collected 19 amateur titles and medaled in Women's Super X at the 2010 X Games. She holds the record as the most winning female amateur to date.
The versatile competitor in 2012 had switched to four wheels and started racing UTVs where she campaigned the WORCS series, Lucas Oil Regional Series, and became the first American UTV Team to compete in the toughest all-female sporting event on the planet the Rally Aicha Des Gazelles in Morocco, Africa in 2015, and went on to finish the Terracross Championship undefeated to take the Women's Championship that same year. In 2016, Price took on six races in Stadium SUPER Truck Series and became the first woman ever to lead laps in that championship. You can find Sara today competing with RPM off-road in a Trophy Truck Spec down in Baja Mexico in the SCORE International Desert Series where in 2018 and her rookie year she achieved a very impressive 5th place at the Prestigious Baja 500. In 2019, Sara Price became the first-ever women to win the SCORE International Trophy Truck Spec championship, the first-ever woman to IronWoman the Trophy Truck Spec class and finish and the first-ever woman to finish 2nd in the overall championship in SCORE International. When she isn't racing, Price works as a stunt professional, performing on motorcycles, and in vehicles and as a precision driver for television and film.