June 1, 2007, Newsletter Issue #93: About the Driver

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When Kurt Busch was only 14 years old he started his racing career by driving a Dwarf Car owned by his father at a speedway just outside of Las Vegas. By 1996, Busch was the champion of NASCARīs Weekly Racing Series, Hobby Stock Division. In 1998, he was the youngest person to ever win the Featherlite Southwest Series Championship and in 1999 he finished second in NASCARīs Craftsman Truck Series. Again in 2000, Busch changed NASCAR series and made his debut in the Winston Cup Series, where he races his Number 97 Ford today.

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