Building A Legacy Of Her Own


Circle Track Races:

  • Madera Speedway - 7/21
  • Madera Speedway - 8/11
  • Madera Speedway - 8/25
  • Stockton 99 Speedway - 9/1
  • Shasta  Speedway - 9/15
  • Madera Speedway - 9/24
 Road Course Races:
  • Thunderhill Raceway Park - 8/4-5
  • Circuit of the Americas - 9/12-16
  • Sonoma Raceway - 10/27-28
Winter series:
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway- 12/15-16
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway- 1/5-6
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway- 2/2-3
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway- 2/9-10


Heather 'The Heat' Hadley began go-kart racing at an indoor karting facility located in Fairfield, CA known as Driven Raceway. After a year of consistent dedication, she began racing outdoor, traveling to the following locations in Norcal: Dixon, Davis, Stockton, Fresno, Prairie City, Reno, Marina, Sonoma, and Atwater. Heather began competing in the WKA championship, attaining a fifth-place in her first race season. In 2014 she simultaneously competed in 2 kart classes, comer and clone. With 2 championships under her belt, Mazda began marketing her as well. They placed Heather on the back of Racer and SCCA monthly magazine for 7 months, also inviting her to speak at the SCCA runoffs for their banquet held at Mazda Raceway. Soon after Heat began informing and educating children at local engagements. She spoke on various occasions and participated in her 2nd Fourth of July Parade. In 2016 "Heat" also decided to participate in a completely different series known as KPX. Heat finished first in the KPX championship and second in the Race of Champions Championship. In 2016 Heather competed in the same 2 Championships, finishing 1st in the Race of Champions and 1st in the KPX. At the end of the season, Damon Hadley (father) and Heather decided it was time to take the next biggest leap in racing, advance into cars. So in October 2016, she participated in her first Legend Car race, kick-starting two of the best years of her racing career. She designed and sold her own autograph cards, spoke and sang on Oscat Radio, she was featured on KPIX 5, and temporarily sponsored and marketed by the American Bone Health Association. Her first season of Legend Car racing Heather finished 1st in the nation in the semi-pro division for road course racing; In the Young Lions division for circle track racing, she finished 2nd in the state. So far in 2018 she has received a scholarship from the Lindsey Vonn Foundation, became an instructor for NASA, and is getting as much seat time as possible by participating in the same two Legend Car championships.






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