Alan Kulwicki: NASCAR Champion: Against All Odds
Alan Kulwicki, born in Greenfield, Wisconsin, nicknamed "Special K" and the "Polish Prince," was an American NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now Spirit Cup) race car driver. He died in an airplane crash near Blountville, TN at the age of 38. This is the true to life story of how Alan Kulwicki, from his start in Go-Kart racing, won the NASCAR championship. His success as owner, manager and driver in NASCAR racing has never been duplicated; many have tried and failed. The author, Fr. Dale Grubba, has followed and documented Kulwicki's career for three decades. The emotions and feelings of the racing fraternity are revealed and show the great respect and admiration for Alan Kulwicki. Race fans will be pleased to read about this American hero! The book is complete with over 100 black and white photos and drawings and references for each chapter. A chronological listing of all the races in Alan Kulwicki's career from Go-Kart racing to NASCAR champion is included.
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