Driving force

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Driving Force is an American reality television program which premiered July 17, 2006, on A&E, and ended on May 15, 2007. It was centered on champion drag racer John Force and his daughters, also drag racers.

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John Force is one of the most dominant drivers in drag racing, having compiled 119 career victories and 13 NHRA championships by the start of the show’s first season (he has since increased these totals to 138 and 16, respectively, as of the 2013 NHRA season). The show is reality-based, following John in his day-to-day life of juggling his business and his personal life. His wife, Laurie Force, managed contracts for his racing team, most notably landing the Wendy’s restaurant sponsorship. When their children were born, she decided to be a stay at home mom, to give their daughters a more traditional upbringing.[2] John and Laurie’s daughters are (ages during season 1):

John’s oldest daughter, Adria Force Hight (wife of John Force Racing driver Robert Hight), was born from a previous marriage, and while not featured on the series, has managed the finances for John Force Racing since she was 20 years old. However, now the three younger daughters have decided to follow in their father’s footsteps, competing as drivers for his company. Ashley, named Rookie of the Year in Top Alcohol Dragster, is now president of John Force Entertainment. [6] Brittany and Courtney now compete in top fuel and funny car respectively.

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