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Topic - Dylan Kwasniewski
Chip Ganassi Racing signed 18-year-old Dylan Kwasniewski to be its next development driver on Sunday, adding another top young talent to its stable.
Since Kyle and Kurt Busch don't seem particularly interested in the job, Dylan Kwasniewski is more than ready to be the Las Vegas Motor Speedway's newest hometown hero.
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NASCAR has approved a pair of high-profile 18-year-old drivers for speedway racing.
Dylan Kwasniewski will run a full Nationwide Series schedule for Turner Motorsports this season.
Las Vegas native Dylan Kwasniewski is into action sports, music and everything else that grabs the attention of a typical high school kid.
"It's a dream come true," said Kwasniewski, who graduated from nearby Faith Lutheran High School last summer. "It definitely allows you the best possible way to get to the top. Hopefully I can show the entire organization that I'm here to race and here to make it in the sport."
"We're seeing a shift in the sport right now, seeing young guys get an opportunity to show we can go out and race with these guys," Kwasniewski said. "We've got to get new fans in the sport. We've got to get a younger crowd, and hopefully I can be a part of that, maybe bringing some of that X Games feel, but also do it respectfully."