BLOOMINGTON, IN: Kraig Kinser driver of the SKR 11K sprint car has likely concluded his season with the World of Outlaws for 2015 due to a reoccurring back injury caused by a previous racing incident.
30-year-old Kinser was found to have two herniated disks in his lower back (L4/L5 and L5/S1), irritating his sciatic nerve. Kraig will undergo surgery this week with no specific date of his return to the 2015 World of Outlaws season.
The SKR team has not yet confirmed the plans for the remainder of the season however Mikey Kuemper (Kraig’s brother-in-law and crew chief) will be steering the 11K until further arrangements have been made.
SKR would like to thank Mesilla Valley Transportation, Arctic Cat, Casey’s General Stores, King Racing Products, Aerodine Composites, Sander Engineering, All Star Performance, AL Driveline, FK Rod Ends, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Bell, KSE Racing Products, ButlerBuilt, Schoenfeld Headers, Donovan Engineering, Fel-Pro, Brodix, Wilwood, Dyer’s, Barnes Systems, Jakes Custom Golf Carts, and Ben Cook Racing Limited for all their support during the 2015 season to both Kraig and the team.
For more information and results on the SKR team and Kraig Kinser please visit: https://www.facebook.com/KraigKinser or https://twitter.com/kraigkinser on Twitter.
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