10 Questions with…Axel Oldenhoff

Driver of the #29 Bandolero

How did you get into racing?
It runs in my family. My dad raced in the Sportsman class, my Uncle Nick races at Beaver Dam and my Great Uncle is Scott Null.

What do you like about Slinger Super Speedway?
I like the high banking and the fast speed.

Who do you need to thank?
Crew: My dad and Dave Kinnaird for all of their hard work on my car. Sponsors: Schweighardt Concrete, LLC, Ryan’s Auto Care, Black Iron Mercy, The Highlands, Selsing Racing, Scott Null Racing, Grandpa Null

What is your real job?
Sixth grade student at Lake Mills Middle School

Do you have any pre-race traditions/superstitions/foods/etc?
There is nothing better than listening to some Rob Zombie or Metallica to set the mood before a night of racing.

What is your favorite racing memory at Slinger?
My recent second place feature podium finish which is my best feature finish in my Bandolero.

How did you get your car number (#29)?
Both my Dad and Uncle Nick are #29 too.

If you could have dinner with any three people (alive or passed), who would they be?
“The Intimidator” Dale Earnhardt, Kevin Harvick, “The Northpole Nightmare” Bill Balog

What TV show(s) are you into?
“World of Outlaws”, “Street Outlaws”, “Snocross”

Which Slinger driver (past or present) do you respect the most?
I would have to say Rich Bickle. I think that it is super cool that before he made it to NASCAR, he first started racing in Wisconsin when he was about 16 years old.. Since leaving NASCAR it is neat to still see him racing around at our local tracks!