Maryeve Dufault was born to compete on a race track. Following in the footsteps of both her father and brother, who raced motorcycles in Quebec she began riding as a four year old, then raced motocross and turned to go-karts when she was eight year old. She began racing karts nationally in Canada and the United States in several series, including the Rotax International Series and the competitive Formula BMW USA, winning several Karting Championships.
Her remarkable skill and aggressive driving style was furthered when she trained to race both British Formula 3 and Chinese Formula Renault cars. Dufault’s exceptional driving talents have lead her to the winner’s podium on several occasions, capturing major victories in several series. She became the first driver ever chosen for the FAZZT Indy Car driver development program. In addition to her racing success she also is a talented professional stunt double, having appeared in amongst others the movie "Fast girl". She also test drives for Honda, Polaris and Yamaha.
In 2010, Maryeve Dufault became the first Canadian female to compete in the NASCAR Nationwide series. She delivered impressive performances at the prestigious NASCAR Canadian Tire series. Her success in Canadian racing led to the ARCA stock car series in the U.S. where, against all odds she qualified for Daytona in her rookie season.
She is a frequent headliner on Yahoo, ESPN, the New York Post, and Sports Illustrated. She was named “Most Popular Driver” by Speed Channel and Fox Sports recently named her one of the “Top Female Drivers in Racing Today”. When not racing on the circuit, Maryeve teaches race driving at several NASCAR schools throughout North America
In addition to her racing, stunt, and test driving careers, Maryeve has appeared on several television shows and in a number of movies. A fitness enthusiast, she was also featured as one of Men’s Fitness ‘Top 10 Fittest Women in the world’ in 2011.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has a long lineage of racing history. The Great-grandson of the 1956 NASCAR Sportsman Champion, Ralph Earnhardt, Grandson of 7-Time Sprint Cup Champion, Dale Earnhardt Sr. The nephew of this-generations Most Popular Driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and son Kerry Earnhardt, Jeffrey understands what is before him.
Jeffrey cut his racing teeth early by competing in the Hornet Division at the Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Virginia. Racing a silver #33 Yugo, Earnhardt flipped the 4-cylinder in trial’s and was forced to start the race in a competitor’s car. After he scored 3 feature wins and finished in the top five in the division points, Jeffrey won the Rookie of the Year Award. His career as another Earnhardt Great had just begun.
In 2006, Jeffrey made the final cut in General Motor’s Driver Developmental program wherein they looked for individuals they believed to be the stars of the future.
In 2007 Earnhardt drove a #1 Chevrolet for Andy Santerre Motorsports in the NASCAR Camping World East Series. He finished 5th in the point standings and won the Most Popular Driver award at the season’s end. Jeffrey competed again in 2009 in the NASCAR Camping World East rallying to (4) top-5’s and (6) top 10’s in just eleven races!
2011 proved to be a monumental year for Jeffrey’s racing career when he placed 11th in class during his “Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona” debut, and 7th in his “Camping World Truck” race to start the season. Several more truck & nationwide races followed with decent outings. In 2012, Jeffrey made the decision to run for a major championship in the “Rolex Grand Am” series in a Ford Mustang. As part of the Go Green Team, Jeffrey will continue to carve his own path in Earnhardt Racing and we’re glad you’re joining him on that journey.