In honor of Women’s History Month, It is my pleasure to bring light to a rather incredible woman Melissa Harville-Lebron, who might I add is the first female African-American licensed team owner of a top-tier Camping World Truck Series. As well as the CEO of E2 Northeast Motorsports!
With that in mind just this week Melissa has inked a deal with NASCAR’s World Truck Series (NCWTS) team, Copp Motorsports, to field Florida-based driver, Scott Stenzel.
In a recent interview, Stenzel admitted that starting a race in one of NASCAR’s premier series at Daytona will be a dream come true. The introduction of E2 Northeast Motorsports is not only a great look for the company, but it gives opportunities to those chasing a dream.
“This team truly exemplifies diversity, and is sure to attract a younger multicultural fan base. It’s an honor to announce that Stenzel is now a part of this racing family,” –  Melissa Harville-Lebron, Team Owner.


E2 Northeast Motorsports, Inc. is a developmental race team based out of upstate New York, with interest in NASCAR’s Whelen All-American Series and Camping World Trucks divisions. However, Harville-Lebron is breaking barriers by filling the diversity gap within the organization. Her racing team is the first ever to consist of siblings from two different ethnicities, under the age of 25. As well as the fact that the team
consists of 6 drivers of various professional licensed levels.
It’s clear that this team truly exemplifies diversity!
Check out a bit more on the team Below