Jackie Braasch Obituary, Death – American drag racer Jackie Braasch has reportedly passed away. Jackie Braasch was an American racecar driver and drag racer who competed in the sport. It is well knowledge that Jackie Braasch is close friends with Big Chief, also known as Justin Shearer, who is a reality television celebrity and an additional street racer. Jackie Braasch was born on July 4th, 1990, in the city of Joliet, which is located in the state of Illinois in the United States of America. Cancer is her zodiac sign, and she has been around for 31 years at this point. She was raised in a household full of people who were passionate about cars. There is no information available about her mother. Her father worked in a garage and inspired in her a love of fast automobiles and racing, but there is no information available about her mother.

She later revealed that the year she was born was the same year that her father began working on his 1985 Chevy Camaro. As she became older, she began to educate herself in the family business as well. Jackie Braasch’s sisters, Erin and Tina, were frequently seen in the audience. Because of this, they ran the same races together when they were in elementary school. Her professional career was launched in 1998, when she established a name for herself in the racing world by racking up victory after victory in the Junior Dragster Division (JDD). In addition, she participated in the Car Chix Ladies Only Drag Race in 2014, which she did among 398 other female competitors.

As a result of her extraordinary racing ability, she has won a number of competitions and was even given the title of “Car Chix Girl” in the month of May in the year 2015. She was chosen to appear in the Car Chix Calendar for the year 2015. A similar gift was bestowed upon her in recognition of her accomplishment: a Spitzer Dragster powered by a 510ci Big Block Chevy. In addition, her early career as a professional auto racer and membership in the women’s racing association makes her a role model for those women who are interested in racing in a more aggressive manner. In addition, despite having begun her career as a preschool educator, she achieved recognition and popularity as a result of her participation in street racing.