Courtney Force Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Courtney Force is a former racer who participated in the tour series of NHRA, and she has driven the Chevy Camero Funny car for the John Force Racing Company from Advanced Auto parts. She is best known as the younger daughter of the sixteen-time champion of the NHRA world funny car John Force. She won the Top Alcohol dragster in 2009 from the NHRA northwest nationals, and when her sister retired from competitive racing, she became the fourth racer in her father’s company. Courtney has passed all her sisters’ records for the funniest car wins in the NHRA history of female drivers. She got her license for the NHRA competition driving in 2005. 

The Early Years of Courtney Force

Courtney Force was born in Yorba Linda, California, the United States of America, on June 20, 1988, and she is 34 years old as of 2022. Her father’s name is John Force, and he is a former NHRA drag racer. Her mother’s name is Laurie Force, and she is a homemaker. Courtney has two older sisters, and their names are Brittany Force and Ashley Force Hood, and also she has a half-sister named Adira. She has been interested in car racing because of her father, and she will also go with her father to the race places. She spent her early life in Yorba Linda along with her parents and sisters. 

The Educational Qualifications of Courtney Force

Courtney Force studied at Esperanza High School, located in Anaheim, CA; she appeared as a cheerleader while studying there. After graduating from high school, she joined California State University and graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a major degree in communications. Other information about her educational qualifications is unknown.    

Personal details of Courtney Force 

Real Name: Courtney Force-Rahal

Profession: Auto racer

Celebrity name: Courtney Force

Place of Birth: Yorba Linda, California, the United States of America

Birthday: June 20, 1988 

Horoscope: Gemini

Ethnicity: White 

Nationality: American

Religion: Christian

Sexuality: Straight

Colour of Eyes: Green

Colour of Hair: Blonde

Net Worth: $ 4 million

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Body measurements of Courtney Force 

Physique: Slim 

Height in cm: 173 cm

Height in Feet: 5 ft. 8 in.

Weight in Kg: 56 kg

Weight in Pound: 123 lbs

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Shoe Size (In U.S.): 8.5

Dress Size (In the U.S.): 6

Family details of Courtney Force 

Mother’s Name: Laurie Force

Father’s Name: John Force

Number of Siblings: Brittany Force, Ashley Force Hood, and Adira

Relationship Status: Married

Children: Harlan Ann Rahal and Tinley Leighton Rahal

Spouse Name: Graham Rahal

The Relationship details of Courtney Forces

Courtney Forces were in a relationship with Graham Rahal, a car racer who owns a small business. Graham is the son of the famous American car racer Bobby Rahal, best known as the 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner. In 2015, they married in the ceremony, along with family and friends. In May 2020, they both announced that they both are excepting their first child, and in November, they welcomed their first child; a daughter was born, and her name is Harlan Ann Rahal. Their daughter’s actual date of birth is unknown, and in September, Courtney gave birth to her second child, Tinley Leighton Rahal, and she announced her birth news on her Facebook account. Courtney and Graham are living happily with their children; currently, there are living in New York City, USA. 

The Net Worth of Courtney Forces

Courtney Forces currently has a net worth of $ 4 million and has earned all her net Worth as a car drag racer. 

Interesting facts about Courtney Forces

  • Courtney used to celebrate her birthday every year on June 20, she is 34 years old, and her birth sign is Gemini.
  • She has appeared in the television reality show Driving Force aired on A&E along with her family members.
  • Courtney was the cheerleader in her high school.
  • She has not faced any issues or controversy so far in her career as a car racer, and also, she has created more records for her performance in racing.

Courtney Forces on social media

Courtney Forces are active on social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter. On her Instagram account, she has more than 256 K followers, and she will use to post her daily pictures, videos, reels, and stories in it. She has more than 183 K followers on her official Twitter account and tweets frequently. Courtney will not use to share more information about her personal life on social media, and she will use to post only her daily events pictures. She is not active on Facebook, YouTube, and Tik Tok. 

The Professional life of Courtney Forces

Courtney Forces earned her competition NHRA driver’s license in 2005 and her Alcohol-Fuel license in 2008. She started her career as a professional racer after she graduated from Alcohol Dragster, along with her sister Brittany. In 2009, she reached the final twice at Pomona and Seattle and won in Seattle. Courtney has raced against her sister on three occasions, beating her every time, and created the record reaction time of .006 in the 2009 final event at Pomona raceway. Courtney was selected for sponsorship by Sanyo and Ford in 2009. In 2011, the season she tested the funny car and earned her NHRA Funny car license. On January 10, 2012, Traxxas announced they would be the primary sponsor for Force in the rookie season.  

Courtney first made her funny car race in the 52nd annual O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Winter nations. She defeated Bob Tasca III in the first round, and in the second round, she lost to Mike Neff. In the second race of the season, she took her father out in the first round itself. Courtney won the first F.C. race on August 5, 2012, by defeating Matt Hagan. In 2013, she qualified for the number 1 position in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Winternationals and became the first female funny car driver to win the event. On January 24, 2019, Courtney announced that she would not drive hereafter.       

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