After graduating from Stanford in 2014, Julia Landauer moved to Charlotte, NC, where she is pursuing her professional auto racing career. In addition to winning a NASCAR Track Championship in 2015 and becoming the highest finishing female in the history of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series (West), Julia has been building her brand and platform: she is open with her fans, friendly with the media (including New York Times, Inc.com, NBC Sports, espnW, etc.) and has built valuable and organic partnerships. After giving a TEDxStanford talk in May of 2014, Julia continued to develop her public speaking career and has given motivational keynotes to large corporations, government agencies, universities, and conferences. Julia primarily speaks about women's empowerment, perseverance, and general "go get 'em" inspiration for older and younger audiences alike.
In January of 2017, Julia was selected as the only motorsports honoree for the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the sports category. Julia was also the only female member of the highly selective NASCAR Next class of 2016-2017. In 2017 Julia is racing in her second year in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West driving the #6 Sunrise Ford, with the plan of moving up to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2018.