Fort Mill’s Isabella Robusto, pictured in 2013 next to her Bandolero car when she was 8, was the South Carolina Legends Young Lions Champion in 2016. She joins five others in NASCAR’s 2018 Drive for Diversity class.
Fort Mill’s Isabella Robusto, pictured in 2013 next to her Bandolero car when she was 8, was the South Carolina Legends Young Lions Champion in 2016. She joins five others in NASCAR’s 2018 Drive for Diversity class. File photo
Fort Mill’s Isabella Robusto, pictured in 2013 next to her Bandolero car when she was 8, was the South Carolina Legends Young Lions Champion in 2016. She joins five others in NASCAR’s 2018 Drive for Diversity class. File photo

NASCAR unveiled its new Drive for Diversity class. Meet them before they become stars.

November 07, 2017 06:19 PM

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