Growing up amidst the high-speed thrills of drag racing, Megan Meyer was no novice when she got the chance to pilot a Junior Dragster in 2004, at the tender age of 10. Without a moment's hesitation, she took the reins, swiftly making a name for herself by winning consecutive point championships at the Kansas City International Raceway when she was 16 and 17.
In 2011, she advanced from the Junior Dragster League to a full-time role as the driver of her Super Comp Dragster, joining her father in divisional races. Her venture into the competitive Super Comp circuit bore fruit as she clinched six runner-up titles.
Inspired by her father's legacy, Megan set her sights on reaching similar heights. To fulfill this aspiration, she started her journey as the driver of the family's Top Alcohol Dragster in 2013. After gaining two years of experience in the A/Fuel car, she secured her NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster license at the beginning of 2015. That summer, she debuted in two regional events with remarkable success, achieving a runner-up and semi-final position.
Eager to further fuel her love for racing, Megan dove headfirst back into the dragster soon after her college graduation, committing to a full racing calendar of the NHRA tour. In 2016, she participated in 17 races, amassing an impressive list of accomplishments such as her maiden National event victory at the NHRA 4-Wide Nationals in Charlotte, five Runner-Up finishes, four prestigious awards: Rookie of the Year, Best Appearing Car, Best Appearing Crew, Best Engineered Car, and a record for the fastest female run of 5.15 seconds.
Her exceptional performance in the Lucas Oil Central Region Series, nearly flawless, saw her secure her first Top Alcohol Dragster Regional Championship in her second season. This achievement was followed by several event victories, special awards, track records, and even the shattering of the longstanding NHRA ET record by running 5.090 seconds in the 1/4 mile (previously 5.11 held by Bill Reichert). She claimed two World Championships before ending her NHRA career in 2020.
Megan returned to the driver's seat to participate in exhibition events and Nitro Chaos races, making history as the first woman to win in 2022 at Mo-Kan Dragway.