18-year-old Alan Kulwuicki Driver Devlopment Program Late Model Stock driver Justin Crider form Statesville, North Carolina went into the second CARS Tour race of the season at Orange County Speedway (NC) with high confidence. This may seem odd considering a less than stellar 20th-place finish in the first race.   “I was really looking forward […]

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OXFORD, Maine – Dave Farrington Jr. is kicking off his ambitious 2015 racing season with a trip to Oxford Plains Speedway for Saturday’s Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North season opener. Farrington is one of 35 drivers entered in Saturday’s Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 for the PASS North Super Late Models. “We’re gearing up […]

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WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis.  – The snow is gone, the lakes are clear and the flowers are starting to bloom. That means only one thing: it’s time for the racing season to begin! This Sunday (April 19) the lid lifts off for the 2015 Wisconsin short track racing schedule with the Icebreaker 100 at Dells Raceway […]

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CONCORD, N.C. — The North Carolina State University Wolfpack men’s basketball team won’t be the only student athletes in action this weekend. Justin Crider, a freshman engineering student at NC State, will hit the track for the first time this year, racing in the inaugural CARS Late Model Stock Tour event at Southern National Motorsports […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – The seven drivers who will represent the Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) for 2015 were announced this morning exclusively on Speed51.com, the official media partner of the organization. Those seven competitors will compete for the inaugural “Kulwicki Cup” during this year’s racing season. The 2015 KDDP inaugural class of drivers includes (in […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – The finalists for the 2015 Kulwicki Driver Development Program roster certainly comprise a diverse and talented group.  However, there is one huge common denominator between them all: the aspiration to be among the seven-driver inaugural KDDP class.   “It’s an impressive group for sure,” said KDDP executive director Tom Roberts.  “We have drivers hailing […]

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CONCORD, N.C. (Jan. 29, 2015) – The process to select the Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) competitors for the 2015 season is currently in full swing. The program was established last year by family members of 1992 NASCAR Champion Alan Kulwicki as a means to offer assistance to worthy drivers while keeping the late champion’s […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – With the deadline approaching to submit applications for the inaugural Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) class, Paul Andrews and Tony Gibson offered their thoughts. The two racing veterans had key roles in Alan Kulwicki’s 1992 NASCAR championship team and now serve as advisory board members for the organization.   The KDDP was […]

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The Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) has been established by the family of late NASCAR Champion Alan Kulwicki to help worthy drivers along the way in reaching their dream, while at the same time keeping alive Alan’s memory and legacy.   The program will provide assistance to up-and-coming racers in several different ways. A one-time […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – Father Dale Grubba, a Wisconsin priest, author of several motorsports books and acclaimed racing photographer, has been named to serve as an advisory board member for the new Kulwicki Driver Development Program. “Father Grubba brings tremendous racing knowledge and a great spiritual balance to the KDDP and I am ecstatic to have […]

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