- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Racing is not new to Edwards. His father, Carl ”Mike” Edwards, has been racing modified stock cars and USAC midgets for four decades accumulating over 200 feature wins at several Midwestern tracks. Carl Edwards, Jr., began his racing career in 1993 at the age of 13 driving four-cylinder mini-sprints.
In 1994, following his father’s winning ways, Edwards won four feature races running on the tracks around Missouri and Illinois in the mini-sprint series. Throughout the 1995 and 1996 seasons he collected 14 additional feature wins in the mini-sprint series.
In 1997, Edwards switched to the dirt circuit to compete in the IMCA modified division. In 1998, he won Rookie-of-the-Year honors in the IMCA modified division at Capital Speedway in Holt Summit, MO.
Edwards picked up the pace in 1999 as he competed in the Modified (two-barrel) division and the Dirt Late Model class at Capital Speedway. He gathered 13 feature wins in the Modified division on his way to the NASCAR Track Championship.
The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series was Edwards’ next challenge in 2000. In the Pro-Modified (four-barrel) division, Edwards won 13 feature races, was Rookie-of-the-Year, and claimed the Capital Speedway Track Championship. Looking for additional challenges in 2000, he also competed in three Sportsman division races at California , MO, and Capital Speedway – winning all three races.
- maxieLv 51 decade ago
2004 GFS Marketplace 400 (Michigan)
- ronzohooterLv 41 decade ago
busch race last night in st. louis mo.
- 1 decade ago
did you see him on the cover of Men's health?
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- 1 decade ago
check nascar.com they will tell you all about him
- starrzfanLv 41 decade ago
His home track:)