When hard-charging Upper Lake, California, driver Jeremy Doss abruptly switched from racing Super Late Models to fielding a new Senneker Pro Late Model car back in early June, many racing insiders questioned the move.   After all, the popular 22-year-old rising racing star was coming off an ultra-successful 2018 racing season that saw him win […]

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OXFORD, Maine (August 22, 2019) – It’s the big one in New England. It is the Super Late Model race that is discussed all season long. Its history and prominence are so great that racers all across North America simply refer to it as “The 250.” Entering this weekend’s 46th edition of the Oxford 250 […]

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CONCORD, N.C. – Justin Carroll, a 23-year-old rising racing star from Concord, North Carolina, is the early leader in the 2019 Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) “Kulwicki Cup” point standings. With three months remaining to determine this year’s champion, Carroll leads 22-year-old Upper Lake, California’s Jeremy Doss by 99 points (563 for Carroll to Doss’s […]

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Carson Kvapil has spent years racing and winning around North Carolina in the Outlaw Kart ranks, but has spent most of his time behind the wheel of a Late Model in his family’s home state of Wisconsin with the exception of three CARS Late Model Stock Tour starts. This weekend, he makes his debut with […]

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The 2018 racing season was a big year for Greely, Colorado’s Brett Yackey, being one of the seven drivers selected to the 2018 Kulwicki Driver Development Program and proceeding to come away with the title. Amidst the season of opportunities came one to travel and race further from home than ever before, at one of […]

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In a state that has seen drivers like Dick Trickle, Alan Kulwicki, Matt Kenseth, and most recently Ty Majeski hone their skills against some of the best drivers in the country on their path to the upper ranks of NASCAR, a 15-year-old racer from Wausau, Wisconsin is attempting to become the next Wisconsin short track […]

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Concord, NC -- The connection between 1992 NASCAR Champion and Hall of Famer Alan Kulwicki and the Slinger Nationals dates back to the inaugural running of the prestigious event in 1980. Kulwicki, then a 25-year-old racing up-and-comer armed with an engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, finished a strong fifth behind such legends as […]

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Concord, N.C. – Before Alan Kulwicki moved South in 1985 to pursue fame and fortune in the highest level of NASCAR racing, his victory in the 1983 Miller 200 American Speed Association (ASA) race at the history-rich Milwaukee Mile stood paramount as the biggest win in his stock car racing career. Even today, the victory […]

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Concord, N.C. – When the action at Ace Speedway in Altamahaw, North Carolina was cancelled last Friday night due to rain, Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) competitor Justin Carroll was determined to still race somewhere during the weekend. The family-owned team made the four-hour haul on over to Myrtle Beach Speedway for Saturday night’s NASCAR […]

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CONCORD, N.C. (April 30, 2019) – Just like NASCAR Champion and Hall of Famer Alan Kulwicki did three decades ago, 2019 Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) competitor Paul Shafer Jr. marches to the beat of a different drummer.   Kulwicki was labeled as quirky, unique and unorthodox. Those adjectives also suit Shafer perfectly. Off the […]

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