In the mid-2000s, long before the days of Danica Patrick running stock cars, female drivers were struggling to make a name for themselves. Patty Moise was out of the sport, while Shawna Robinson was closer to the end of her career than the beginning.
Former middle school principal Kim Crosby attempted to change that by bringing along a sponsor: Boudreaux’s Butt Paste, a cream for diaper rash.
Before you ask, no, it did not go to plan.
Crosby only made 10 career starts in what was then the Busch Series. Her only lead-lap finish came in the first one, at Talladega in spring 2004; twice in those 10 starts, she was black-flagged for being too slow.
The Boudreaux’s deal evaporated in early 2005, and after starting last and finishing second-to-last at Milwaukee in 2006, she switched to driving monster trucks.