These are the women in the 200 MPH Club I have interviewed so far
Marcia- Marcia Holley was the first woman to get into the 200 MPH club in 1978 at 229 MPH. She had to fight to be the first, but this paved the way for all the other women. Before she retired and moved to Las Vegas she was a stunt women. She appeared in over 50 films, including Titanic, Pulp Fiction, and Total Recall.
Tanis- Tanis Hammond was the second women to get into the 200 MPH club in 1987 at 251 MPH. She later became the first woman in the 300 Chapter at 323 MPH. She lives in Santa Barbara with her husband, Seth, and together they own Specialty Crane and Rigging. She also has her helicopter license. She is now on her daughter Tegan’s pit crew and hopes to race again.
Sue- Susan Christopherson joined the 200 MPH club in 1998 at 214 MPH. She is retired from General Motors where she met her husband who introduced her to Bonneville. Sue lives in Michigan and currently drives a nostalgia funny car under the name Susie Q.
Gail- In 1999, Gail Phillips joined the 200 MPH Club with a speed of 202 MPH, becoming the 7th woman. Gail has driven at Bonneville, El Mirage, Muroc, and Lake Gairdner in Australia. She has taken a break from driving, but her new streamliner is almost ready to hit the salt again!
Jeanie- Jeanie Pflum joined the 200 MPH Club in 200 with a speed of 268. She later went 302 in the Hammond Lakester and joined the 300 MPH Chapter. She is now part of the Pflum and Wagner Race Team and is Chasing 200 again. This time on a motorcycle.
Miriam- Miriam Macmillian joined the 200 MPH Club in 2010 at a speed of 204 MPH. Her husband and her moved to the USA from New Zealand and began working for Hondata. They have created multiple 200 MPH race cars out of regular Hondas. Miriam has also held many positions in the SCTA, including President.
Tegan- Tegan Hammond is the daughter of salt legends Tanis and Seth Hammond. She is the fourth member of her family to join the 300 MPH Chapter. She got into the 200 club in 2011 at 294 MPH. She is currently still racing at Bonneville, driving the Hammond Lakester. Tegan also works for a marine conservation organization in Maunalua Bay, Hawaii.