CONCORD, N.C. – Officials of the Kulwicki Driver Development Program announced today the seven drivers who will represent the organization during the 2016 racing season. The seven drivers hail from six states spread from coast to coast. They range from 18 to 24 years in age.   The seven drivers, in alphabetical order, are: […]

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CHARLOTTE, NC -- Following another successful and competitive Pro All Stars Series South Super Late Model event this past weekend at Dillon Motor Speedway, the focus now shifts to two huge events at a couple of legendary North Carolina short tracks.  The next two PASS South Super Late Model races will be the inaugural […]

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The first weekend of March served as the official kickoff to the 2016 racing season for a number of short tracks throughout the country this past weekend.  Caraway Speedway , Hickory Speedway and Dillon Motor Speedway all hosted their first events of the new season and there certainly wasn't a lack of excitement […]

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At the end of Friday night’s practice session for Saturday’s Pro All-Stars Series South Super Late Models South Carolina Clash 125 at Dillon Motor Speedway, Brandon Setzer and his team thought about loading up and heading home instead of racing on Saturday evening.  Setzer’s primary engine is in the process of being rebuilt, so he […]

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An incredibly impressive number of applicants for the 2016 Kulwicki Driver Development Program has been reduced to 17 semifinalists, officials of the organization announced today.  These drivers will now participate in interviews with the program’s advisory board members and seven competitors will be chosen from the group to represent the KDDP this season.   […]

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Salem, IN – Champion Racing Association Powered by JEGS officials have added several names to the entry list for SpeedFest 2016, which will be held on Saturday, January 30th and Sunday, January 31st at Crisp Motorsports Park - Home of the Watermelon Capital Speedway located in Cordele, Georgia. As announced earlier this week, 2015 NASCAR […]

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LUCAMA, NC – Lee Pulliam has more than one reason to be thankful on this Thanksgiving weekend.   The three-time NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion was not even sure he would be racing in the Thanksgiving All-Star Classic after his wife, LeAnne, was injured in an accident on her way to work on Thursday. […]

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