The Top Fuel dragster pilot represent MagnaFlow at different events throughout the year, including the SEMA Show and at select off-track events.
“Leah represents a new generation of young car enthusiasts with a passion for going fast,” said Richard Waitas, spokesman for MagnaFlow. “We look forward to supporting Leah in her racing and personal automotive endeavors in 2017.”
Pritchett, a California native, started driving Junior Dragsters when she was 8 years old and has steadily progresses through the ranks. She set the world record for the fastest Nostalgia Nitro Funny Car as the first person to break 250 mph.
“I’m stoked to be teaming up with MagnaFlow,” she said. “For years, I have watched MagnaFlow raise the standards of exhaust performance and become involved with so many various motorsports personalities. I am truly honored to be in such great company. Further developing my interest in street machines and non-professional racing adventures with MagnaFlow is something I am definitely looking forward to as the newest member of the family.”