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Doing It His Way: Alan Kulwicki Was NASCAR’s Most Unique Champion

His NASCAR Sprint Cup career only spanned nine years, which were filled with the most courageous grits and determination ever seen in any racing series. Faithful to do things his way, the pride of Greenfield, Wisc. ironically set a trend in the most premier stock car ranks while once spurning an offer to drive for one of the most legendary of drivers in the sport's history in the form of Junior Johnson. It's hard to believe that 17 years ago on this day, Alan Dennis Kulwicki, who was surely establishing himself as a NASCAR great with his miraculous, championship banner year in 1992, was killed in a tragic aviation accident that took the lives of three other individuals. Eager to prove to the fans, media, as well as to himself, that the drea...

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