Alan Kulwicki describes his father's career in stock car racing as an engine builder.
Alan Kulwicki explains how his engineering education has helped him as a professional race car driver.
Alan Kulwicki discusses how his engineering degree helped him to be successful in NASCAR.
Alan Kulwicki discusses his experience racing stock cars on dirt tracks in his native Wisconsin.
Alan Kulwicki describes the travel required to compete in ASA and how field sizes differ at each race.
Alan Kulwicki explains why sponsorship is important in racing and how to find sponsors.
Alan Kulwicki explains his goal to race in NASCAR and win the Daytona 500 or the Winston Cup.
Alan Kulwicki explains the uncertainty he faced when he moved south to pursue a NASCAR career.
Alan Kulwicki describes his initial impressions of what it is like to be a NASCAR team owner.
Alan Kulwicki reflects on his 1986 season and winning Rookie of the Year.
Alan Kulwicki explains how his race team prepares for qualifying each week.
Alan Kulwicki reflects on his 1988 Winston Cup season and winning his first race.
Alan Kulwicki describes his duties as a NASCAR team owner and how they have changed.
Alan Kulwicki describes how, in the late 1980s, wind tunnel testing is becoming increasingly necessary to stay competitive in NASCAR.
Alan Kulwicki explains why he declined Junior Johnson's offer to join his team.
Alan Kulwicki talks about AK Racing's move to a new race shop during the 1990 season.
Alan Kulwicki reflects on how his career has inspired other racers who hope to reach NASCAR.
Alan Kulwicki describes how long-term sponsorship from Hooters will help his team grow.
Alan Kulwicki explains how he and his team make mid-race adjustments to their car.
Alan Kulwicki reflects on Danny Glad's contributions to the team.
Alan Kulwicki describes the support he received from Hooters during the final race weekend of the 1992 season.
Alan Kulwicki describes how issues with his car's transmission affected his approach to racing in the 1992 Hooters 500.
Alan Kulwicki explains his approach to the final laps of the 1992 Hooters 500.
Refrain from "The Champ," a song written by the band Chill Factor in honor of Alan Kulwicki.