In her second season in the 360 class, McKenna struck with two feature wins, and climbed from 12th to seventh. She hopes to climb the ladder a little further this year! McKenna has firmly established herself as one of the most popular drivers, especially with young fans. Proof of that comes with her distinction of being the "Junior Fan Club Driver of the Year" in her respective classes the last four years in a row!
McKenna added another 305 win to her young impressive resume in 2016. She added six podium finishes and ten top fives to finish third in the 305 standings.
She made history in 2015, becoming the first woman in the history of Knoxville Raceway to win a sprint car feature event. That win came a day before her valedictorian speech at her high school graduation. After receiving press both locally and nationally with ESPN, she would show it wasn't a fluke by picking up another victory during the season, which propelled her to a fourth place standing in the points race.
After a very successful young career in Outlaw dirt karts and micro-sprints, she came home 11th in the 2014 point standings after a steady progression all season.