WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The Purdue Grand Prix Foundation is excited to announce the Queen Program candidates for Race 63. The candidates include Kierstin Vorst, Chloee Kline, Morgan Corns, Ashley Fritz and Zoey Nobbe.
“The program is designed to honor women of high academic standing that wish to promote the spirit of Grand Prix, while offering a developmental experience. This year, we have a great group of young ladies who will represent the Purdue Grand Prix Foundation well,” said Molly Grotjan, Director of Public Relations for the Purdue Grand Prix Foundation and Program Director for the Race 63 Queen Program.
The court is made up of five highly involved sophomores, juniors and seniors with a passion for Purdue traditions. The Queen will be selected from the Grand Prix Court based on the number of tickets sold in the candidate’s name, participation and promotion of the events leading up to the race, and a professional interview conducted by the Purdue Grand Prix Queen Program Selection Committee. The members of the court will attend Grand Prix events throughout the semester and the Queen will be crowned on Race Day on April 25, 2020.