Pat Reynolds


(hometown: Calgary, Alberta)
Between 1965 and 1972, Pat Reynolds was involved in NHRA Stock & Superstock as an Owner and Crew member, while also participating in Powder Puff Races. From 1969 to 1971, she competed in the NHRA Division 5 & 6 points races and local competitions in Calga Edmonton. Later, between 1976 and 1979, she transitioned to being an Owner and crew member of an NHRA Econo Funny Car.

From 1983 to 2003, Pat’s focus shifted to the highly competitive NHRA Top Alcohol Funny Car category. She achieved notable milestones, including the 1998 NHRA Division 6 TAFC Championship, the 6-time Canadian NHRA Open Champion title, the 1989 Australia Funny Car Challenge and the 2-time AHRA World Champion position.

Her enduring 20-year partnership with Bob Reynolds and Roger Bateman in the Top Alcohol Showdown Funny car symbolizes her shared passion and commitment to the sport.