|Date of Birth:||1982, November 29|
|Age:||36 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Ashley Force Hood|
|Famous Name||Ashley Force Hood|
|Birth Place||Yorba Linda, California|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Affair with||Daniel Hood|
|Married to||Daniel Hood|
Ashley Force Hood is one of the professional retired racers. She is a Top Fuel Funny Car drag racer for John Force Racing. In 2007, she was named as the sexiest athlete in an AOL Sports Poll. She started her career as a drag racer, in the year 2007.
Currently, she retired from her game, but still, she is linked and connected with her profession as a precedent for John Force Entertainment.
Ashley Force Hood has an estimated net worth of $3 million in 2019, including all of her properties and earnings. Maximum of her net worth is built through her professional career as a drag racer. Being a drag racer, she doesn't have a fixed salary instead gets paid for each race.
Accounting her personal life and biography, she is a married woman; her spouse is Daniel Hood and is the parts executive of the Castrol GTX Funny Car team. In 2008, the couple gave a new name to their relationship as they got married.
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In the year 2011, on August 18, they welcomed their first children, named Jacob John Hood. She also has a son named Noah William Hood born on May 22, 2013.
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She has never been part of any controversy or rumors, she is very straight by her sexuality and surely she is not a gay/lesbian. She isn't linked to any boyfriend or girlfriend and not involves in an extramarital affair.
Ashley Force Hood is the daughter of John Force and Laurie Force, She is the daughter of 16-time NHRA Top Fuel Funny Car national champion John Force and Laurie Force. She was born in 1982, on November 29, Yorba Linda, California, the United States.
She is an American by her nationality and her ethnicity is white, her birth sign is Sagittarius and grew up alongside siblings Courtney Force and Brittany Force.
Entering the Drag Car Scene in 2004, She finished as the winner of three drag races in all five competitions she took part in, which included 50th annual Mac Tools U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis. She became NHRA's first ever father-daughter winners after winning Automobile Club of Southern California event at Pomona. She finished the year fourth in national driver points and entered the Pro- division.
Later In 2007, Force represented Force Racing as a pro Drag Racer (Her father's promotion) and entered into professional ranks, driving a Castrol-sponsored Mustang Top Fuel Funny Car.
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Force and her father made history in NHRA Atlanta in April as they became the first ever father and daughter to race each other. Further, in the match, she won the round with an elapsed time of 4.779 seconds, and a top speed of 317.05 mph (510.24 km/h) but couldn't win the semifinals in the Funny Car event but became the first ever female to reach the semis.
In October 2007, at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway she again got eliminated before finals after being beaten by Tony Pedregon. At the beginning of 2008 racing season, she was eliminated in final rounds in Houston, Las Vegas, and Atlanta.
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Finally, on April 27, 2008, at Atlanta, Force defeated her father NHRA Funny Car race. Her father was looking for his 1000th round win but the game went to his daughter's favor. She after winning the championship, became the first ever woman, with a 4.837-second elapsed time, the second quickest of the weekend in the Funny Car class.
On March 29, 2009, at the O'Reilly NHRA Spring Nationals; she beat her former instructor Jack Beckman in finals to claim her second ever victory of her career.
She finished the 2009 U.S. Nationals beating her teammate Robert Hight and became the first ever Funny Car driver to win at Indianapolis and became the first ever female driver to win in two different classes. Finishing 2nd in points, she became the highest scoring female Drag racer.
On January 28, Force Hood took on John Force Entertainment, a sister company to Force Racing as it's President.
Force after becoming the President for John Force Entertainment signed a reality show deal with A&E and appeared in a family reality show Driving Force.