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Alex Kennedy Scores Best ASALMS Finish
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Aztec, NM (September 25, 2007)- Every week fifteen year old Alex Kennedy has shown up for ASA Late Model Series action this season and faced a new track. But finally it was time to head back to the only track Alex will see twice this season at the I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Missouri.

Alex’s 5K Motorsports Chevy Monte Carlo was fast right off the truck but led by Crew Chief Chris Purdy his team got the car even better for race time! “Chris Purdy and 5K have given me a great car every race,’ said an excited Alex Kennedy after another podium finish, this time an ASALMS best second place run. “This car was awesome and I wanted to put on a show for our big group from Dream Factory Inc.”

The Central Missouri and Kansas City Chapters of Dream Factory Inc had groups in attendance to cheer their favorite driver to his runner up finish, Alex is a national ambassador for this

organization that grants dreams for children with critical or chronic illnesses. “This was my longest race ever and the car just kept getting quicker,” said an excited Alex Kennedy. The high banks of I-70 Speedway historically wear out tires and many of the competitors tailed off at the end of the longest race on the Northern and Southern Division schedule this year. Alex posted some of his fastest lap times in the closing laps as he was closing ground on Northern Division point’s leader Trent Snyder.

Next up for this exciting youngster is the LaCrosse Speedway for the 38th annual Octoberfest race weekend on October 6th.

Meet Alex Kennedy

Aztec, New Mexico’s Alex Kennedy had an adventurous 2006 season. Starting the year in Legends cars at the Las Vegas Road Course in January, he would have never guessed that he would end the season making his debut in the ASA Late Model Series in Nashville. ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” show would even feature Alex during a special about young drivers!

Nicknamed the “New Mexico Rising Star” at his home track of Sandia Motorsports Park, Alex lived up to that moniker with more firsts last season. Alex was named a National Ambassador for Dream Factory Inc in the off-season and will be racing in the ASA Late Model Series Northern division for 5K Motorsports in 2007.

Alex qualified 15th out of 46 cars at O’Reilly Raceway Park in the season opener. This week Alex posted the fast time in final practice, qualified 8th, and was running in the top five when his power steering failed. Alex finished eighth in his last ASALMS race at Madison International Speedway.

About Dream Factory INC

The Dream Factory, Inc. (a 501(c)(3) organization) was founded in 1980 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, by Charles Henault, a South Central Bell employee, who wanted to create a volunteer organization dedicated to granting the dreams of children with critical or chronic illnesses. Currently, there are more than 30 chapters across the United States with over 5,000 volunteers who work to produce and deliver dreams, visit children and their families in the hospital and their homes, arrange special celebrations and conduct fundraising events for individual children.

This volunteer support ensures that the maximum percentage of donations are used for the procurement and distribution of dreams. “I feel so proud to represent Dream Factory Inc and bring racing to these kids that don’t get to do the fun stuff I get to do,” said Alex Kennedy.

Alex Kennedy hosted youngsters from the Central Missouri Chapter of Dream Factory INC while at I-70 Speedway. Josh Baysinger, Joey Lindsey and Cameron McGeorge and their families gave Alex his own personal cheering section! “We put the kids to work this weekend,” joked Alex. “Josh, Joey, and Cameron were fun to hang out with and we also put Sally to work waving the green flag.

It was cool seeing her up there on the last lap before we went green.” Josh is the boy that was presented the trophy by NASCAR driver Carl Edwards, another Dream Factory INC racing ambassador, after Carl’s win in the Craftsman Truck series at Daytona a few years ago. Josh was put to work helping to push Alex’s car to the starting grid and also gave the command for the drivers to start their engines.

For more information on Dream Factory Inc please check out their official website at

License to Read 2006

When he is not busy testing or racing his Late Model stock car you can find Alex giving back to his community. The 2006 License to Read Summer Reading Program was a huge success! Alex enjoyed being on the receiving end for this event, getting the kid’s autographs and pictures of the kids in the driver’s seat of his racecar.

Alex also encouraged the kids to use the library as a tool in life just as his crew uses tools to make his car go faster! This story would even make the pages of Dick Berggren’s Speedway Illustrated last year.

ESPN’s Behind the Lines

Last summer ESPN’s Mike Massaro interviewed Alex and his parents for a special “Outside the Lines” special about young drivers. “I can’t drive to Sonic to get a cheeseburger but I can drive a racecar,” said Alex. Copies of the “Outside the Lines” show are available on request and can be viewed on Alex Kennedy’s website at

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