CONCORD, N.C. – Upper Lake, California’s Jeremy Doss has been on a roll so far during the early part of the 2016 racing season. The popular and promising 19-year-old driver has already scored two wins and three top-five finishes this year. He is quickly establishing himself as the next big racing star to come out […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – Michael Ostdiek, a promising 18-year-old driver from Lakeville, Minnesota, has been added to the 2016 Kulwicki Driver Development Program roster.  Ostdiek, a freshman at Iowa State University who plans on majoring in engineering or marketing, was ecstatic when he received the news over the weekend.   “Being named a member of […]

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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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  Below is a statement provided by the Kulwicki Driver Development Program, in which both Reagan May and Ty Majeski are competitors, pertaining to the penalties levied by the TUNDRA Super Late Model series to both drivers for their incidents on September 7 at Golden Sands Speedway .  Subscribers to the 51 Network can see what […]

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Ty Majeski won tonight’s Howie Lettow Memorial 50. Fueled by his second place finish, Jeremy Miller won the overall Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge. Caleb Adrian and Ryan Farrell led the field to the green flag.  Farrell grabbed the early lead before a pile up in turns three and four brought out the caution.  […]

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Beginning this Friday at Madison International Speedway, the top three drivers in the Kulwicki Driver Development Program – Ty Majeski, Steve Apel and Reagan May – will begin an impressive stretch of races throughout Wisconsin and Michigan.   Majeski, who has won seven races so far in 2015, will tackle six races at six […]

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With the 2015 short track racing season now well under way, the Kulwicki Driver Development Program has released its initial “Kulwicki Cup” point standings.  Seven competitors from across the nation are competing this year for the inaugural award that will pay one driver a $54,439 bonus at a special banquet in Charlotte this December. […]

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