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Kromers Search for Championship and Improvement in 2014


Skyland, North Carolina (January 23, 2014) – Walnutport, Pennsylvania based K2 Motorsports is one of the longest tenured teams on the Super Cup Stock Car Series circuit.  With the familiarity to the competition and the consistency they gained last year, driver Kevin Kromer looked back on their season.

“2013 was okay.  I didn’t finish out of the top five,” Kevin Kromer stated.  “We were also pleased that Kyle finished top ten in points.”

Kevin’s son Kyle completed his first full-season in a stock car and was given the Most Improved Driver Award at the end-of-season banquet for his steady advancement from the first to the last race.

“The goal for Kyle is for him to keep improving and consistently finish lead lap,” Kromer mentioned.

In order for improvement to take place, some preparations have been made throughout the winter.  These changes include new body panels, fenders, and tune up on the engines.  Additional basic maintenance is also needed as the team gets ready to go for the season opener at Hickory in April, which will include a new paint scheme as well.


In regards to the 2014 outlook for Kevin, it’s plain and simple.


“We’re going for the championship and would like to win a couple races,” Kromer replied.

No matter how much work they put into their effort, he is aware that there will be some very tough competition.


“Every year you have to step up,” continued Kevin.  “If (Brent) Nelson keeps everything up he’s going to be tough; J.J. (Pack)’s going to be there.  No matter what there’s always going to be a top five group to beat.”


Nelson won his first race at the end of 2013 at Motordrome Speedway, and Pack turned in some strong runs whenever he competed including a win at the June Motordrome race.  Both drivers finished outside the top five in points last year, but are definite examples of those that can contend for the championship.

One advantage Kevin has going for him is he’s quite possibly the only driver that has been to every track on the 2014 Super Cup Stock Car Series schedule, including one of his home tracks Evergreen Raceway Park in St. Johns, Pennsylvania.  With the years of experience and confidence he has, Kevin Kromer is establishing himself to be the early driver to beat for the title going into the new season.


Look for more news leading up to the season opener at the official series web site  The official Facebook page will continue to have updates over the next several weeks as well.



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