Alan Kulwicki Driver Development Program driver Justin Crider heads to Concord Motorsports Park this weekend looking to shake the monkey off his back. Following career best finishes of 2nd & 3rd early in the season, he’s fell on some tough luck with wrecked race cars & tire problems of no fault of his own.
“ We’ve had a fast car in all the races since Hickory, we just haven’t had any luck at all”. “My guys have busted their tails to get the car rebuilt after a hard wreck at Orange County. We shook it down last week and I think it’s gonna be better than ever.”. “I’m really looking forward to running at Concord again. It’s been a few years, but I still remember how fun it was to get around that place.”. “We’ve got a lot of people from the Kulwicki Program coming out this weekend, so we got a little extra motivation”, said Justin.
Justin Fans will once again get to test their Alan Kulwicki knowledge and have the opportunity to win vintage Kulwicki memorabilia. Everyone come out to see Justin and his Kulwicki Driver Development Program, JDS Glass, Multi Electrical Services, Autism Society of NC, MRC by Performancenter, Harrington Racing Engines, WP Shocks Chevy continue his quest for CARS tour victory this Saturday August 29th at Concord Motorsports Park. If you can’t make it to the track, you can follow the coverage on www.speed51.com or watch the race live on RACEFEEDX. For more information or to see Justin’s 2015 racing schedule visit www.justincrider.com or Justin Crider Racing’s Facebook page.