Audrie Ruark is from Suwanee, GA and has been racing since she was 7 years old. She started racing Quarter Midgets in 2010 and broke the track record in rookie that same year. In 2012, she moved into Sr Honda and competed with some top drivers locally and in Region 3 which consists of three different tracks and finished eighth in Sr Honda locally and finished sixth overall in region.
In 2013, she had just moved into Lt. 160 and qualified into the Amain for the QMA Grands. She led over half the race when she spun herself out and finished 10th. Making progress every year, she was looking to win an A-main event in 2014. With several wins Audrie won the 2014 Sr Honda Championship and became the first female to ever win a championship at her local track. In 2015, she wanted another championship and broke the track record and the batch qualifying record, Ran 3rd in the the 1st USAC National Event and won the Hvy 160 Championship. In 2016, Audrie is competing in bandoleros. She is currently third in points for the Winter Flurry and will run the Thursday Night Thunder in bandoleros and move on racing Legends at Atlanta Motor Speedway.