Concord, N.C. – The seven drivers who will represent the Kulwicki Driver Development Program for the 2018 racing season will come from a diverse group of 21 semifinalists that the organization named today. They hail from Nova Scotia, to Texas, out to California and up to Washington state…representing 11 different states and two Canadian […]

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Concord, N.C. – With only the month of October remaining to determine the winner in the 2017 edition of the Kulwicki Driver Development Program competition, a mere 21 points separate the top three drivers. Lakeville, Minnesota’s Michael Ostdiek leads with 859 points, followed by Marietta, Georgia’s Cody Haskins with 842 points and Greeley, Colorado’s […]

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CONCORD, N.C. -- This weekend marks the “six-weeks-to-go-point” in the 2017 Kulwicki Driver Development Program and the competition at the top of the standings could not be any closer. Take a quick look at the current “on-track” points, with two separate evaluations remaining by the KDDP advisory board before the 2017 Kulwicki Cup Champion […]

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CONCORD, N.C. -- For better or for worse, a racing season can change in an instant. A bit of good luck can propel a struggling racer into victory lane; a bit of bad luck can result in a blown engine, a wrecked race car, or a hurt race driver. For Westbrook, Maine's John Peters, some […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – The battle for the 2017 Kulwicki Driver Development Program “Kulwicki Cup” is shaping up to be the closest in the organization’s history. In this season’s first voting report by board members, Lakeville, Minnesota’s Michael Ostdiek leads Marietta, Georgia’s Cody Haskins by a mere two-point margin, 454 to 452.  Greeley, Colorado’s Brett […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – Heading into the Memorial Day weekend, the 2017 Kulwicki Driver Development Program is beginning to hit its stride as all drivers will begin to see regular action in the coming weeks. Whether is it was rain, cold weather, college classes, or just bad luck, the racing season is really just getting started […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – Officials of the Kulwicki Driver Development Program announced today the seven drivers who will represent the organization during the 2017 racing season.  The seven drivers hail from five different states and Canada and range in age from 17 to 25.   The seven drivers, in alphabetical order, are:   BRAISON BENNETT, […]

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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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