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American NASCAR champion racecar driver. Alan Kulwicki ( - ) was born in Greenfield, Wisconsin, a Milwaukee suburb. His father was a race engine builder on the U.S. Auto Club circuits, so he was immersed in a racing environment from an early age. He began racing at the age of in with the dream of entering NASCAR Winston Cup racing. He won the Rookie of the Year award at a speedway dirt track near Milwaukee, and the same year won his first feature race at Leo's Speedway, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, before earning a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in . After college, he worked two years as an engineer while racing as a hobby. The American Speed Association named him Rookie of the Year in , and in both and , he won the Late Model track championship at the Wisconsin International Raceway. Still intent on a NASCAR career, he moved to the South in where he not only made it to the Winston Cup in , but also became Rookie of the Year. Before his death in at age in a plane crash, Kulwicki won five Winston Cup races and earned pole positions. He was named one of NASCAR's Greatest Drivers in , and inducted into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in 20.
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