With only a few races in the 2023 season under their belt, Randy Meyer and his NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster 4x World Championship team are pleased to announce that Deni Jensen will be added to the roster for the 2024 racing season. Deni recently drove Meyer’s injected nitro dragster in Las Vegas and made several passes on the quarter-mile strip to qualify her for an NHRA competition license.
“Deni did a great job driving the dragster,” said Randy. “She is level-headed and carries herself well. She will be a great addition to the team.”
Deni currently drives her family-owned front-engine dragster with a Don Garlits designed chassis. She often runs at tracks in the Midwest including the well-known Mo-Kan Dragway, one of the home tracks of Randy Meyer Racing. But she desires for more and has her eyes set on competing in the Top Fuel ranks. She plans to use Meyer’s Top Alcohol Dragster as a springboard.
“I can’t thank Randy and his team enough for allowing me to join them in Vegas,” Deni claimed. “They made me feel comfortable and calm during my test session on Monday. Randy and I discussed a plan before each run, then we executed the plan every time. They are the absolute best. The opportunity to be able to join this championship winning team and drive for them, I don’t even have words for how grateful and excited I am.”
“My team at Deni Jensen Racing has been working really hard to make all this come together with a totally unique sponsorship program for me and Randy Meyer Racing. We plan to make a few major announcements in the near future. I’m so proud of our program and all the work our GM, Michael Simpson, has put into getting it together. I can’t wait to share our exciting news with everyone in the sport.”
“I want to thank my dad and PawPaw for teaching me how to drive race cars. My dad has been there every step of the way, I wouldn’t be here without him. He’s my mechanic, crew chief, gets me suited up, gives me advice on how to handle myself and a super-fast race car; I couldn’t do any of this without him. My husband Matthew and my daughters Harper and Crosby for being so supportive of me, letting me travel to events, being patient with me while I practice driving the race car at the dinner table, coming to the track for races, and helping us in the pits work on the car. Racing for us is a family event. My mom and grandmother for always going to the races to support me and babysit my girls.”
Randy Meyer Racing will announce their 2024 drag racing schedule at the beginning of next year with a full roster of drivers.