Never have two women had the ability to distract more drivers, than when Amber and Angela Cope set foot on the speedway. These blonde bombshells may look like they belong on the runway rather than the racetrack; however, they are more than just a set of pretty faces: they are a force to be reckoned with behind the wheel. You can see the full set of photos from the March issue of Maxim. Who have you mentored who did someone mentor you in this industry to help you get started?
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Saturday's Nationwide Cup race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway was loaded down with drama after Kevin Harvick blamed his late-in-the-race second place finish to Brad Keselowski on a rookie driver. Keselowski passed Harvick with about 21 laps to go in the lap race when Harvick got caught up in traffic with rookie Amber Cope, who was 30 laps down. During the jam, Keselowski slipped in front. Harvick and NASCAR fans took to Twitter to lambast the driver, who is one of a pair of cosmetologist twins who have been trying to work their way into racing with mostly weak results. The tone of the critiques reflected Cope's gender and appearance as much as they did her evident lack of skill.
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They appear to have goals that may make their inconsistent appearances at the track nothing more than a marketing ploy. Kevin Harvick was not pleased when Amber Cope, driver of the No. She wants to be Danica Patrick, but she can't hold her helmet. Cope finished the race in 26th place, 33 laps down.