Motorsports Broadcaster Krista Voda Emcees Women in the Winner's Circle Awards
Fox Sports' NASCAR pit reporter and SPEED Channel pre-race show host Krista Voda will serve at Master of Ceremonies of the Women in the Winner’s Circle Foundation’s 10th anniversary awards ceremony, founder Lyn St. James announced today.

The annual fundraiser celebrating women in motorsports will be held on Friday, December 7 at the Indiana Convention Center in conjunction with the International Motorsports Industry Show (IMIS-Indy). The event begins with a VIP reception at 5 p.m. followed by the awards banquet at 6 p.m.

Among the night’s honorees are auto racing legend Janet Guthrie, the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA), and Pro Stock driver Erica Enders.

Attendees will have the chance to meet and visit with many of America’s top female racers including IndyCar’s Katherine Legge and Sarah Fisher, USAC champion Shannon McQueen, motorcross champion Ashley Fiolek, and powerboat racer Tammy Wolf. VIP guests include “the first lady of racing” Linda Vaughn, professional billiards player Jeanette “The Black Widow” Lee, championship yacht racer Linda Lindquist-Bishop, and U. S. Senator-elect Susan Brooks.

Reservations for the event are still available for a short time at www.lynstjames.com. Individual seats are $125 and tables of 9 guests are $1000. Attendees who reserve a table will have the honor of a VIP guest sitting in the tenth seat at their table.

For more information about the Women in the Winner’s Circle Foundation or the 10th Annual Awards Celebration, visit www.lynstjames.com.

About the Women in the Winner’s Circle Foundation
The Women in the Winner’s Circle Foundation’s mission is to provide leadership, vision, resources and financial support to help create an environment of opportunity for women’s growth in the automotive and competitive motorsports fields. In collaboration with the Henry Ford Museum, the Women in the Winner’s Circle traveling exhibition showcases the history of women in motorsports, their achievements and the growing future of women in motorsports.