McKenna "Sassy" Haase is a 21 year old racecar driver from Des Moines, IA. She primarily races at Knoxville Raceway in the 360 division and is Knoxville's first and only female feature winner in 100+ years. Off the track, McKenna owns and operates her own sprint car team, THR LLC, a youth driver development program and is actively involved at Drake University. When it comes to health and fitness she enjoys training for ninja warrior, and practices gymnastics, Krav Maga, and Tae Kwon Do. In 2017, she completed her rookie year in the 360 class and is now looking forward to having an even stronger year in 2018!
After reaching out to a few parents of youth drivers, McKenna has compiled 3 major crucial safety tips that are often times neglected in youth racing. Find out what parents wish they would've known about safety gear before their child started racing.
While jealousy can be derived from a multitude of aspects of our sport, there’s a few that seem to stand out above the rest. McKenna talks about jealousy in Motorsports and how it affects the industry.
Sprint car driver, McKenna Haase, learns her lesson the hard way and explains why she is so passionate about her helmet. She believes it is the most important piece of safety gear in racing, find out why!