If Justin Carroll is able to pull off his second Throwback 276 win at Hickory Motor Speedway this weekend, a Polish victory lap may be in order.   Carroll is heading back to the “Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars” to defend his title in the CARS Tour sanctioned event, which commemorates the history of […]

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Concord, N.C. – In terms of on-track performance, the inaugural 2015 class of the Kulwicki Driver Development Program set the gold standard. Current NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Ty Majeski, former Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway track champion Cole Williams, former Slinger Speedway track champion Steve Apel, and former Golden Sands Speedway track champion Reagan May accounted […]

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The year 2018 is set to be shown the crossed-flags this weekend with the end of June and start of July marking halfway. In that span of time, there have already been many accomplishments throughout the short track world.   This has been especially common for the 2018 Kulwicki Driver Development Program class, including Colorado […]

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Every year the Kulwicki Driver Development Program seeks out young drivers who they feel have the richest of talent on the race track, as well as the richest character away from the race track. While all seven members of the 2018 KDDP class have been doing just that, four drivers all across the continent opened […]

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Cole Butcher’s quest for a second Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour championship in the Canadian Maritimes got a tremendous early boost this past Saturday as he cruised to victory in the Cummins 150 at Scotia Speedworld in Nova Scotia.   The 21-year-old Kulwicki Driver Development Program driver had one of the best cars of […]

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Halifax, NS – Cole Butcher picked up his first victory of the season at the Cummins 150 this evening. Butcher took the lead from Dylan Blenkhorn for the final time on Lap 94 and stretched his lead over the final 57 green flag laps to take his first victory of […]

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A pair of Kulwicki Driver Development Program drivers recently joined forces in an attempt to fight hunger in the State of Washington. Molly Helmuth and Brittney Zamora united to support the Drivers Unite to End Hunger campaign that was started two years ago by Helmuth.   “Two years ago I started Drivers Unite to End […]

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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 2018 racing season. These young racers will be helping keep the memory and legacy of 1992 NASCAR Cup Champion Alan Kulwicki alive, while also competing for the rich and prestigious annual […]

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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, NC – By the slimmest of margins, the Kulwicki Driver Development Program is proud to announce that Marietta, Georgia's Cody Haskins is the program's 2017 champion. Haskins, who won two races and finished in the top-five 13 times, edged out Lakeville, Minnesota's Michael Ostdiek 965-952 after on-track results and community engagement points were […]

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