Jennifer Jo Cobb (born June 12, 1973) is a female race car driver from Kansas City, Kansas. She has competed in the NASCAR Busch Series (now Nationwide Series) along with the ARCA Remax Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
In 2006, Cobb created a line of clothing for female race fans called Driver Boutique. Proceeds from the sales of this line go towards her racing efforts, and she has attempted to qualify for various Busch and ARCA races in 2007 with the Driver Boutique sponsorship.
On July 19, 2008 she competed in the Camping World Truck Series event at the Built Ford Tough 225. She started in 35th and finished 26 driving the #74 Dodge for The Annexus Group completing 144 laps. On April 27, 2009 she competed at the O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 driving the #73 Dodge for Derrike Cope Inc. She started 34th and completed 72 laps before experiencing engine trouble, finishing 26th out of 35 drivers winning a purse of $10,680.
In 2010, Cobb announced that she would run full time in the truck series, after purchasing the assets of the #10 truck team from Rick Crawford, whose Circle Bar Racing downsized from a two-truck operation to one — Crawford's own #14.
- ↑ Demmons, Doug (2010-01-04). "Jennifer Jo Cobb looks to run a full NASCAR Truck Series season", The Birmingham News.