In 1998, Stull went to the Frank Hawley Drag Racing School in Pomona, Calif., but didn’t start drag racing until 2002 after being diagnosed with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. “In 2002, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was told I had three years to live.”
When Stull went back to the doctor they told her, “You don’t have cancer, we can’t find it; we don’t know how to explain the pathology reports, so just go home.“
“If I was going to race when I was dying, why wouldn’t I race now that I was living,” she said.
Today Tina continues to pursue her racing career as a National Hot Rod Association Super Comp Dragster driver and is helping people everywhere overcome their obstacles and reach for their dreams. Hear this amazing story today, and about Tina’s charity: Team Troops.