When it comes down to young talent, Dylan Kwasniewski falls just in that category, Dylan has been on the track since the age of 4 , most 4 year olds are still learning their ABC’s but not Dylan, he was competing in go kart races and when he won his first competition race
he was hooked on racing.
Dylan began competing in Phoenix Kart Racing Association driving Kids Karts in which he captured the track Championship in 2002 -Just after his eight birthday Dylan just beat his competition and just dominated in IKF, STARS and SKUSA and became SKUSA SuperNats champion in 2005.
Dylan than decided to race with the big boys, In 2007 Dylan Kwasniewski joined the INEX Bandolero Bandit Division in Las Vegas Motor Speedways
Bulliring track, he averaged 88% of the races he entered dominating and taking 3rd place track & National Championship at the end of his
rookie year, this is what made him shine and big corporations started to keep a close eye on him.
When he moved into bigger, faster, ultra real big boys legend car, Kwasniewski dominated and won 10 races which landed him finishing Top-3 in more than 60% of the races he entered, Dylan began racing in the ASA SPeed Truck Series in 2009, than just under a year he started racing a limited late model car at the Lucas Oil/Rockstar Modified Series before making the transition to the REAL BIG BOYS NASCAR.
In 2011 Dylan captured the Sunoco Rookie of the year title in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West racing for Gene Price Motorsports, at that point he became theyoungest driver to win a race and pole with his sweep at Colorado at just 16 years old, that tagged him as the top nine young talents to watch in NASCAR.
In 2012, Dylan returned to Gene Price Motorsports for the full 15-race NASCAR K&N Pro Series West schedule. Again he was named one of NASCAR’s Next9 as he scored three wins, six poles, 12 top-fives, and 15 top-10s en route to his first NASCAR championship. So we ask who is Dylan Kwasniewski, I say he is a NASCAR prodigy and expect to see many wins in his near future.
Now this prodigy driver has a real life tv show called FLAT OUT which illustrates Kwasniewski’s on-track progress you can see here http://on.aol.com/flatout , the series is as much about his growth as a person as his growth as a driver. Accordingly, the most important relationship in the series isn’t driver-crew chief, but his mother. AOL and NASCAR Go behind-the-scenes with racing’s hottest, young talent, 18-year-old Dylan Kwasniewski, as he aspires to make it in the #1 motorsport in America.