Queens of the Street: Meet the Women of Memphis
JJ Da Boss has cultivated some of the fastest female street racers. Get to know the boss women who bring it home for Memphis every week.
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Memphis is home to some of the most badass women in street racing, and only the best of the best race for the Memphis Street Outlaws team. Every week Precious Cooper, Trisha Day, and now Mallory Gulley, bring it home for the MSO family.
Precious Cooper, a.k.a Queen of the Streets
Precious Cooper goes by the nickname “Queen of the Streets” and no one would ever question it. Precious can drive anything straight off the trailer, and at the end of the road, you’ll hear her shouting her signature call, “Off with their head!” Precious has been racing since her early 20s. Her first car was Puddle Jumper, but since its wreck, she has been burning down the road in any car JJ puts her in, including Ziptie.
Tricia Day drives a 1963 Chevy II Nova named Heifer, but she’s won races in nearly every car in JJ’s garage. The biggest pot she’s ever hauled in Heifer was a $32,000 win against Detroit.
Mallory Gulley, a.k.a “Money Girl”
At the tender age of 22, Mallory’s just getting her feet wet behind the wheel. She’s been learning to drive this year under JJ’s wing, as well as her father Kenneth Gulley. For her first race, she took Ole’ Heavy down the road. It wasn’t a win, but she’s hungry to get back out there and prove herself alongside Tricia and Precious.