Dwarf car chassis - Bookshelf
The kid was going to be a race car driver. "There was always a car in the garage, but I knew it was my turn when Dad sent me with a guy to go down to Phoenix and pick up my chassis," Kurt recalls. "We turned it into a Dwarf Car. He had one ...
About this book
Against all expectations, Kurt Busch has emerged as the front-runner in the new batch of NASCAR hotshots, exploding onto the scene in 2002 to nab four wins and twelve top-five finishes and end up third overall in the points standing by yearrs"s end. And the twenty-five-year-old racing phenom is only getting better. Behind the wheel of the #97 Rubbermaid Ford, Kurt is pegged by most track insiders as not only the one to watch every Sunday, but as a future winner of the overall Winston Cup championship. Now fans can ride shotgun and get taken along for the ride of Kurtrs"s life from growing up in a close-knit family in Las Vegas and the Carolinas, to his debut driving a Dwarf car at age fifteen, to the startling success of his sophomore NASCAR season and the friendly rivalry he still shares with his younger brother, Kyle, who also races in NASCAR.
He continued racing in his spare time and built on his success in the Dwarf Car Series by entering other racing events. ... Cars Series, he began driving a hobby stock car— a custom-built, full- size stock car placed on a regular car's chassis.
About this book
Biography of NASCAR driver Kurt Busch provides information on his youth, his early racing career, and his success winning races in NASCAR.