Angelle Savoie left her job as an intensive care nurse to enter the world of professional racing in 1996, and she's never looked back. It didn't take long for Angelle to start turning heads at races; she won her first race in just her fourth career start. Her first year, Angelle finished seventh in points despite missing the first six events of the season. In her first full season of competition, Angelle won the 1997 All-Star Invitational and was winning the respect of her peers.
In 2004, Angelle ended her season by collecting her 35th career victory and moving into second in the final standings. She recorded four victories during the season, the most wins for the season in the Pro Stock Bike class.