Who is Tara Meador? Wiki, Biography, Age, Aj Allmendinger’s Wife, Children, Instagram

Tara Meador Wiki – Tara Meador Biography

Tara Meador is the wife of Aj Allmendinger, is an American professional racing driver who competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro for Kaulig Racing. He also competes part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for Kaulig, also driving the No. 16 Camaro, as well as part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 23 Chevrolet Silverado for GMS Racing.

Allmendinger’s professional racing career began on the American open-wheel circuit. He earned five victories and third place overall in the 2006 Champ Car season.

Allmendinger then began competing in NASCAR for the Red Bull team. He later drove for Richard Petty Motorsports, Penske Racing, Phoenix Racing and JTG Daugherty Racing in the Cup Series. When he lost his full-time Cup Series trip with JTGD in 2019 to Ryan Preece, he became a part-time pilot for Kaulig on the Xfinity Series and part-time television host for NBC, working as a color commentator for IMSA races and a NASCAR America analyst until 2021 when he returned to full-time driving.

Additionally, he has competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona for Michael Shank’s team every year since 2006 (except 2017), winning the event in 2012.

Tara Meador Age

Tara Meador’s age is unknown.

Tara Meador Background – Career

According to her website, It’s The Road That Makes The Ride.

We are all told, “live your life to the fullest”; I am here to do just that. My role as Mrs. Race City America 2021 serves as a vessel to project my passions and excite others as to what inspires me in this crazy world. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride with me.

​I haven’t always looked and felt the way I appear today. Years of stomach pain, depression, fatigue, brain fog, skin issues, anxiety, etc. kept me from living my best life. It took major lifestyle changes, doing my research, and ultimately trusting my gut. My years of struggling with food and environmental allergies shaped my lifestyle. By embracing the process of personal development, I have been able to find the light and fight within myself; a path to peace in my mind, body, and soul.

​Kaizen is the Japanese word for improvement. It denotes an approach to process centering on “continuous improvement”. This process works to mold your abilities based on what you have, what you know, and what you do. Improvement in one area will naturally result in improvements in other areas and opens the possibility for advancement.

This is why for me pageants and bikini fitness competitions are vehicles for self-improvement. I give myself permission, space, and time to develop my survival skills. If the past year has taught me anything, upping my survival skills on all levels is definitely a goal to work on daily. The payout is a healthier mind, and therefore a body, and soul- a state of optimal capability and survivability.

​Sharing my struggles and tools to overcome them with others has inspired me to show up in a variety of ways. It has become a superpower for me to help others heal and bridge the gap between want and do. I think of myself as a Wellness Warrior. Using my own wellness journey, I inspire personal victories and self-fulfillment. Because when we are happy, we choose to do better for ourselves and others. And when we all do good, we all do better.

​Goals as a Wellness Warrior: to improve daily and use my own wellness journey as a vehicle offering a roadmap to excellence, a path to understanding what your mind and body are capable of, and offer an opportunity to maximize your survivability – in all walks of life.

​Grow Through What You Go Through. I am proof you can, will, and are capable of that. Get out of your own way. If you want to fly, give up everything that weighs you down. The work is in letting go. Moving forward. Finding power and purpose in the pain. It’s all in your hands. Follow your heart. Give your head a break.

Tara Meador & Aj Allmendinger

Allmendinger married a 2003 Canadian model and Miss Molson Indy Canada Lynne Kushnirenko in January 2007. after meeting her at a Champ Car race in Toronto in 2005. The two filed for divorce in 2012. In 2019, Allmendinger married his girlfriend Tara Meador. They both have a pet cat named Mr. Tickles.

AJ Allmendinger wins chaotic

A new era began at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when AJ Allmendinger took the checkered flag to win a first NASCAR Cup race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that no one will forget.

Allmendinger, who raced his only Indianapolis 500 in 2013, had a chance to win that frustrated race when he was forced to pit late with a seat belt lose. On Sunday, however, Allmendinger, in a single inning for Kaulig Racing, survived the carnage of the final laps to avenge his misfortune eight years earlier and win the Verizon 200 at Brickyard.

The race began with Mitchell, Ind. Native Chase Briscoe leading more laps than he had in the entire season. The winner of last year’s Xfinity race spent the day fighting for a win to keep his playoff hopes alive. Briscoe’s race was eventful, he raced in front but then had a tire problem. He was able to bounce back but finished 26th after a thrilling battle with Denny Hamlin that ended with him traversing the grass at Turn 1 and then turning Hamlin during the final restart.

“At the time, he was looking for victory,” Briscoe said on the NBC broadcast. “I wanted to beat him fairly. I’ve never purposely ruined anyone in my life.”

Hamlin accepted that it was unintentional, but that Briscoe should have been more conscientious. “Obviously if you cut the race track and you are in the lead, you will have a penalty,” Hamlin said. “I don’t think he did it maliciously, but it was just bad judgment.”

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However, the story of the day was the chicane at Turn 5-6. NASCAR removed one of the sausage curbs on that section of the track at the end of the Xfinity race on Saturday. When the Cup cars took the green flag, a different curb started to become a problem.

A divider became trapped under the curb early in the race, requiring marshals to carry mallets during stage breaks. Unfortunately, the curb could not withstand the rigorous abuse of the Cup cars and gave way during a late restart of the race. Several cars were destroyed in multiple different accidents arising from the same section of the track.

After a chaotic series of late-race restarts, the outstanding push from Kyle Larson, who led 28 laps, almost went to no avail when he was returned to the field. He was able to rebound to finish third, behind Allmendinger and runner-up Ryan Blaney. Larson won the Knoxville Nationals speed car race on Saturday night and only slept for a few hours before the green flag on Sunday. He qualified fourth in the morning session and took a quick nap in the two hours between qualifying and the race.

Larson dueled teammates Chase Elliott and William Byron for the lead of the race until the final 10 laps. There were several moments with close action, side by side, through the twists and turns of the road circuit that is now 21 years old. Pit strategy was still imperative and many teams took risks to earn extra points. With the Playoffs now two races away, teams in the bubble took a chance to maximize their potential point gains.

Tyler Reddick, who finished 21st, won the first two stages to accumulate 20 stage points. With third place, Larson leaves without a point problem. And even though Briscoe turned him around late in the race and finished 23rd, Hamlin managed to clinch a playoff spot.

The chaos in the final laps gave AJ Allmendinger a chance to claim victory. Allmendinger was in the third place when leaders Briscoe and Hamlin tangled. He held off Ryan Blaney on the white flag lap and scored his second career Cup victory.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway tends to be a track where the best drivers of their generations come and win. With Allmendinger’s victory on Sunday, he showed everyone why he is one of the best road racers in NASCAR. More importantly, he has also added his name in the history books not only as of the first Cup winner on the infield road course but also as the winner at Indianapolis.


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