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Buddy Kofoid (left) and Kaylee Bryson (right) will race late models in the Northwest later this year. (Jacob Seelman Photos)
A pair of 19-year-old Toyota Racing Development drivers are set to make their asphalt late model racing debuts later this year.
Buddy Kofoid celebrates his victory Saturday at Bubba Raceway Park. (Rich Forman Photo)
Not even Mother Nature could slow down Buddy Kofoid.
Mother Nature didn’t cooperate with the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series during Friday night’s season-opening feature at Bubba Raceway Park.
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Fresh off a pair of winged sprint car victories during the Wild Wing Shootout at Arizona Speedway, Buddy Kofoid will shed the wing to race at Bubba Raceway Park with the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series.
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Buddy Kofoid will contest the seven dirt rounds of the USAC Silver Crown Series schedule this year at the wheel of the Chris Dyson Racing Maxim/Kistler No. 9.
Buddy Kofoid picked up two 410 sprint car victories during the Wild Wing Shootout. (Tyler Rinkin photo)
Buddy Kofoid broke out the six-shooters for a second night in a row by storming to victory lane in Saturday night’s second leg of the inaugural Wild Wing Shootout at Arizona Speedway
Buddy Kofoid en route to victory at Arizona Speedway. (Tyler Rinkin photo)
Regarded as one of the hottest prospects in motorsports, Buddy Kofoid made good on the hype and opened the 410 sprint car season in victory lane Saturday night by holding off one of the best ever at FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway.
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Ever since he opened the motorsports industry’s eyes with a seventh-place finish during last year’s Chili Bowl, Buddy Kofoid has been on a rapid rise.
It's Kofoid Over Larson
Coming up through the ranks in the earliest years of his racing career, Buddy Kofoid idolized Kyle Larson.
Chris Windom (89) battles Daison Pursley during Saturday's USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series feature at Arizona Speedway. (Ivan Veldhuizen Photo)
USAC midget and sprint car stars were back in action Saturday at Arizona Speedway in San Tan Valley, Ariz., for night two of the Western World Championships.

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