By Rick Houston
Alan Kulwicki and three others died in a tragic plane crash on April 1, 1993.
And if Paul Andrews hadn’t stayed at the shop to help oversee pit practice, he might very well have been on the plane as well.
No loss ever impacted Andrews more. He’d been with Kulwicki almost from the very beginning, and had stood by in the pits as the driver collected his first Winston Cup victory … and then the 1992 championship. It all ended on a hillside in East Tennessee.
This is Paul Andrews’ story.
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