Jennifer Jo Cobb, American NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, is represented in “NASCAR Heat 3,” a video game by Monster Games and published by 704Games. The third game in the popular NASCAR Heat series became available September 7, 2018 at retailers Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Game Stop and through Amazon. It is available digitally through Xbox One and PS4 Store.
“NASCAR Heat 3” features an all-new dirt racing circuit, daily and weekly real-time tournaments, eight new dirt tracks and gameplay improvements. In 2011, Cobb, along with Danica Patrick, became the first two females featured in a NASCAR video game. This year’s inclusion in “NASCAR Heat 3” makes Cobb one of several female drivers to make an appearance in the game. The paint scheme featured in this release includes the Think Realty logo.
“I’ve enjoyed a challenging yet rewarding career, but this year has seen some exciting firsts,” said Cobb. “I raced for the first time in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, international driver, Justin Kunz, recently made his debut with our JJCR team, and I launched my speaking career in Europe. The good fortune continues with inclusion in this game—I’m grateful.”
The U.S. Embassy Tbilisi hosted Cobb from May 26 to June 2. She spoke in multiple locations to groups of female and male leaders about empowerment, leadership, entrepreneurship, overcoming personal obstacles and the benefits of inclusive education to the Republic of Georgia’s economy. Cobb led a female-only race at Rustavi International Moorpark that honored Georgia’s female soldiers, veterans and cadets.
“We continue to be proud of our association with Jennifer,” said Eddie Wilson, CEO of Think Realty and Affinity Worldwide. “She shows that success comes through effort, determination, perseverance and an eagerness to help others. These are the same principles we strive for as a company.”
Cobb continues to hold records in NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series for the female driver with the most starts, the highest series finish and the highest finish by a woman in any of NASCAR’s top series at Daytona International Speedway, with her sixth place NCWTS finish in 2011. She is one of NASCAR’s few driver-owned teams and is the only female driver-owned team. Cobb launched Driven2Honor in 2011, to honor America’s female military members. More information about Cobb and Driven2Honor can be found at www.cobbracingteam.com.
Cobb is also a regular contributor in Think Realty Magazine. Check out all her recent articles here.