Bags Top Ten in Season Finale at Needmore Speedway
21, 2021) Kyle Bronson closed out his version of
the 2021 season by piloting Michael Lloyd's yellow #40b entry at
Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, Georgia on November 19-20 during
the annual running of the 'Early Bird.' The Crate Racin' USA Series
presided over the doubleheader in the Peach State and action got
underway on Friday night with a $2,000 to win shootout. Kyle timed
in sixteenth fastest in Group B during qualifying, placed fourth
in his B-Main, and later climbed to thirteenth in the final rundown
of the 25-lap opener. In Saturday's $10,000 to win finale, Kyle
knocked down the fifth quickest lap in his group during time trials
before finishing fourth in his stacked heat race and tenth in the
50-lap headliner. Complete results from both races that made up
the season-ending 'Early Bird' weekend can be found online at www.crateracinusa.com.
(Brian McLeod Photo)
Bronson Wins $10,000 in Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway!
14, 2021) Kyle Bronson, of Brandon, Florida, landed
in victory lane for the fifth time in 2021 on Friday night, November
12 at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia in an event dubbed as the
'Peach Bowl!' Kyle clicked off the fourth fastest lap in Group B
during the qualifying session before securing a victory in his heat
race. After rolling off from the outside of the front row in the
25-lap headliner, Kyle controlled the stellar field throughout the
feature distance to claim the $10,000 winner's check over a top
five that included runner-up Chris Madden, Mike Marlar, Spencer
Hughes, and Ashton Winger!
On Saturday evening at Senoia Raceway, a $52,052 top
prize was up for grabs in the inaugural running of the 'Peach State
Classic.' Kyle stopped the clock second quickest in Group B during
time trials and once again won his heat race in preliminary action.
Unfortunately, MSD issues prior to the pace laps prevented Kyle
from competing in the 75-lap main event and relegated him to a very
disappointing twenty-fifth place finish. Full results from the past
two nights in the Peach State can be found online at www.senoiaraceway1969.com.
(Richard Barnes Photo)
Steers Past Fifteen Competitors in $26k Powell Memorial!
24, 2021) Next up on the racing calendar for Kyle
Bronson was a visit to All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Florida on
October 22-23 for the annual running of the 'Powell Family Memorial.'
The Crate Racin' USA Series presided over the action and 73 competitors
showed up to do battle for the whopping $26,000 top prize. Kyle,
who was piloting a yellow #40b machine for car owner Michael Lloyd,
timed in third fastest in his group on Friday night prior to placing
third in his loaded heat race. In the 67-lap headliner on Saturday
evening, Kyle stormed past fifteen competitors to land on the podium
in third behind only teammate for the weekend Jimmy Owens and runner-up
Carson Ferguson! Complete results from this weekend's annual 'Powell
Family Memorial' can be found online at www.crateracinusa.com.
(Brian McLeod Photo)
Driveshaft Halts Bronson's Strong DTWC Run...
17, 2021) Kyle Bronson and his #40b team wrapped
up the 2021 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series schedule on October
15-16 in the 41st Annual 'Dirt Track World Championship' at Portsmouth
Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio. After Friday's preliminary action
was washed out due to heavy rain showers, the entire $100,000 to
win crown jewel extravaganza took place on Saturday at PRP. Kyle
clicked off the third fastest lap in Group A during qualifying and
later won his heat race. The Brandon, Florida ace had then climbed
up to fourth in the running order of the 100-lapper until a dropped
driveshaft on lap 30 relegated him to a disappointing nineteenth
place performance. Kyle was officially placed sixth in the final
version of the LOLMDS point standings following the DTWC. Full results
from Portsmouth Raceway Park can be found online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Climbs to Second in Rome Showdown; Finishes Fourth!
11, 2021) As the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
season winds down, Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM) headed to Dixie
Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia and Rome Speedway in Rome, Georgia
on October 9-10 for two pivotal points races. On Saturday night
in the annual running of the 'Dixie Shootout,' which shelled out
a $15,000 top prize, Kyle Bronson placed third in his loaded heat
race before advancing two spots in the 50-lapper to land a solid
eighth place performance.
In the $10,000 to win 'Rome Showdown' on Sunday evening,
Kyle once again ran third in heat race action and blasted all the
way up to second in the running order of the 40-lap feature before
winding up fourth at the checkers behind only victor Jonathan Davenport,
Brandon Overton, and Tim McCreadie. The Brandon, Florida ace now
sits fifth in the latest LOLMDS point standings heading into next
weekend's season-ending DTWC. Full results from the Peach State
doubleheader can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Bronson Fourth at Raceway 7; Tenth in Pittsburgher
3, 2021) Kyle Bronson and Kyle Bronson Motorsports
(KBM) followed the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour to a pair
of high-profile events on October 1-2 at Raceway 7 in Conneaut,
Ohio and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in Imperial, Pennsylvania.
In the $12,000 to win 'Great Lakes 50' on Friday night at Raceway
7, Kyle placed fourth in his stacked heat race to earn the outside
of the sixth row for the start of the 50-lapper. The Brandon, Florida
ace then blasted past eight competitors during the A-Main to land
in the fourth finishing position behind only victor Tim McCreadie,
Josh Richards, and Earl Pearson, Jr.
At PPMS on Saturday evening, a $20,000 top prize was
up for grabs in the annual running of the 'Pittsburgher 100.' Kyle
once again grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his
heat race at the sprawling 1/2-mile speedplant. After rolling off
from the outside of the seventh row in the 100-lap headliner, "Killer"
was able to climb up inside of the top ten and eventually netted
a solid tenth place performance. Kyle still finds himself sixth
in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings. Complete results
from both weekend contests can be found online by pointing your
web browser to www.lucasdirt.com.
Narrowly Misses Out on Jackson 100 Top Ten...
26, 2021) The month of September for the #40b team
wrapped up with three straight nights of Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series action at the legendary Brownstown Speedway from September
23-25. The tripleheader at the storied Brownstown, Indiana oval
kicked off on Thursday evening with the conclusion of the rescheduled
'Indiana Icebreaker' from March, which shelled out a $15,000 winner's
check. Kyle Bronson rolled off third on the feature grid in the
50-lapper, but he unfortunately suffered problems on the rough racing
surface, drew a lap sixteen yellow flag, and later wound up seventeenth
in the final finishing order of the rough and tumble contest.
On Friday at the Jackson County fairgrounds facility,
the 'Night Before the Jackson' program was held and a $10,000 top
prize was up for grabs. Kyle ran eighth in his heat race and fifth
in his B-Main before utilizing a provisional and finishing twenty-fourth
in the 40-lap headliner. At Brownstown on Saturday in the 42nd Annual
'Jackson 100,' Kyle placed second in his heat race before slipping
to eleventh at the checkers in the $20,000 to win mega-event. Following
the conclusion of the entertaining 100-lap show, the Brandon, Florida
ace finds himself sixth in the latest version of the LOLMDS point
standings. Complete results from all three weekend races in the
Hoosier State can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Bronson Still Fourth in Lucas Points After Knoxville
19, 2021) Next up on the racing calendar for the
Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM) team was a visit to the historic
Knoxville Raceway from September 16-18 for the 17th edition of the
'Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals.' The three-day crown
jewel extravaganza at the Knoxville, Iowa speedplant started with
a pair of preliminary programs - each of which boasted a $7,000
winner's check. Once again piloting the Captain Jack #66 paint scheme,
Kyle Bronson finished fourth in his heat race, second in his B-Main,
and twelfth in the 25-lap feature on Thursday night. In the Hawkeye
State on Friday evening, Kyle ran third in his loaded heat race
prior to advancing five spots during the 25-lapper en route to a
strong ninth place performance.
At the 1/2-mile oval on Saturday, all eyes were focused on the
conclusion of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series biggie, as a
whopping $50,000 paycheck was up for grabs. By virtue of racking
up the seventeenth highest point total during preliminary action,
Kyle earned the rights to the inside of the ninth row for the start
of the 100-lap headliner. The Brandon, Florida star, who currently
sits fourth in the latest LOLMDS point standings, was able to pick
off five competitors during the century-long grind on his way to
a twelfth place showing in the 'Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals.'
Complete results from Knoxville Raceway can be accessed online by
Flashes Speed in Captain Jack #66 at Eldora!
12, 2021) The Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM) team
found themselves in the pit area at the famed Eldora Speedway from
September 8-11 to compete in double 'World 100s,' which kicked off
on Wednesday evening at the storied Rossburg, Ohio facility with
a pair of Twin 25 prelims for the 51st edition of the "Granddaddy
of Them All." Driving a special #66 paint scheme in honor of
longtime Tampa driver and car owner "Captain" Jack Nowling,
Kyle Bronson placed third in his stacked heat race before winding
up tenth in the final rundown of his $10,000 to win feature event.
In Thursday's lucrative 'World 100,' Kyle won his heat race, but
unfortunately suffered heavy right rear damage in the $54,000 to
win headliner after slapping the concrete wall and was officially
placed twenty-eighth in the final rundown.
Another pair of $10,000 to win Twin 25s then started the 50th Annual
'World 100' on Friday night at the "Big E." Kyle won his
heat race in preliminary action before steering his blue/red #66
entry to an impressive third place podium effort in the 25-lapper
behind only victor Brandon Overton and runner-up Jimmy Owens. At
Eldora on Saturday, the long week culminated with another 'World
100' and a $53,000 top prize was up for grabs. The Brandon, Florida
ace ran second in his heat race prior to knocking down a solid ninth
place performance in the 100-lap crown jewel extravaganza. Complete
results from the entire week in the Buckeye State can be viewed
online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.
(Todd Healy Photo)
Bronson Suffers Rear-End Issues Up Front at PRP...
5, 2021) With the rain-out of tonight's annual 'Hillbilly
Hundred' at Tyler County (WV) Speedway, Kyle Bronson Motorsports
(KBM) competed in only one event over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
On Saturday evening, September 4, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series sanctioned the $15,000 to win 'River Days Rumble' at Portsmouth
Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio. Kyle Bronson earned Fast Time
honors during the qualifying session prior to securing an impressive
win in his heat race. After starting the 50-lap main event from
the outside of the front row and leading the first four circuits,
Kyle unfortunately drew a lap 14 caution flag when he broke a rear-end.
The mechanical woes dropped the Brandon, Florida native to a fifteenth
place performance, but he still finds himself fourth in the latest
version of the LOLMDS point standings. Full results from last night
at PRP can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Still Fourth in Lucas Oil Points Leaving Port Royal
29, 2021) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series took
the #40b team to Port Royal Speedway from August 26-28 for the three-day
'Rumble by the River,' which kicked off on Thursday night with a
$10,000 to win shootout. Kyle Bronson suffered problems during the
opening program, but switched to a back-up car, utilized a series
provisional, and later drove past twelve competitors during the
30-lap contest to salvage an eleventh place performance. In Friday's
$12,000 to win show, Kyle ran fourth in his loaded heat race, but
a flat tire during the 40-lapper helped relegate the Brandon, Florida
ace to a sixteenth place showing.
A whopping $30,000 top prize was then scheduled to
be on the line on Saturday at the Port Royal, Pennsylvania speed
palace. Unfortunately, heavy rain showers during the late afternoon
washed out the 'Rumble by the River' grand finale. Kyle still finds
himself fourth in the latest version of the heated LOLMDS point
standings exiting the Keystone State. Complete results from Port
Royal can be viewed online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.
Bronson Advances to Tenth in $40,000 Topless 100
22, 2021) The Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM) team
made the trip to Batesville Motor Speedway on August 19-21 for the
29th edition of the 'Topless 100.' The popular roofless crown jewel
event was once again sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series and started with a pair of $5,000 to win preliminary races.
Following a rain-out on Thursday at the Locust Grove, Arkansas facility,
Kyle Bronson placed third in his loaded heat race before winding
up eighteenth in the final rundown of the 30-lap sprint.
When Saturday rolled around at BMS, a record crowd
assembled at the track to see who would emerge victorious in the
'Topless 100,' which once again boasted a whopping $40,000 payday.
Kyle secured a victory in his B-Main to earn the rights to the outside
of the ninth row in the 100-lap headliner. The Brandon, Florida
star then worked past eight competitors during the contest to land
in the tenth finishing position. Kyle still finds himself fourth
in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings exiting the
state of Arkansas. Complete results from the Batesville biggie can
be accessed by pointing your web browser to www.lucasdirt.com.
Knocks Down Top Ten in $50k North/South 100
15, 2021) The #40b team was in the pit area at Florence
Speedway in Union, Kentucky from August 12-14, as the Lucas Oil
Late Model Dirt Series presided over the annual running of the 'North/South
100.' Things started at the Cincinnati-area venue on Thursday with
a tune-up event dubbed as the 'North/South Shootout.' Kyle Bronson
suffered a flat in his heat race and finished sixth, while he later
earned the second transfer spot through his B-Main. After rolling
off from the inside of the tenth row in the $10,000 to win feature,
Kyle blasted past twelve competitors during the 50-lapper to land
in the seventh finishing position.
On Friday night at Florence Speedway, double heat
races were held to help determine the starting lineup for the 38th
Annual 'North/South 100.' Kyle placed third in both of his heat
races and earned the sixth most passing points in doing so. The
Brandon, Florida star then started Saturday's $50,000 to win crown
jewel headliner from the outside of the third row and fought hard
for a top five showing throughout the 100-lap affair. At the checkers,
Kyle found himself in the sixth spot behind only race winner Brandon
Overton, Tim McCreadie, Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Owens, and Josh
Rice! Complete results from the action-packed weekend can be accessed
online at www.lucasdirt.com.
Bronson Leads Majority of USA Nationals Until Flat...
8, 2021) Next up for the Kyle Bronson Motorsports
(KBM) team was a visit to the renowned Cedar Lake Speedway on August
5-7 for the 34th Annual 'USA Nationals.' The crown jewel extravaganza,
which was once again sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings
Late Model Series, kicked off at the New Richmond, Wisconsin oval
on Thursday with a $6,000 to win shootout. Kyle Bronson timed in
fifteenth quickest in Group B during qualifying prior to running
fifth in his loaded heat race. After rain pushed back the remainder
of the program to late Friday afternoon, Kyle grabbed the second
transfer spot through his B-Main before advancing up to finish eleventh
in the 30-lap main event.
Later on Friday at Cedar Lake, Kyle placed third in
both of his qualifying heat races prior to finishing third in the
pole dash as well. The Brandon, Florida star then rolled off from
the inside of the second row in Saturday's 100-lap 'USA Nationals,'
as he gunned for the whopping $50,000 top prize. Kyle then led laps
4-88 and dominated most of the attrition-filled contest before a
flat tire on lap 92 caused him to retire in the twelfth spot. Full
results from the 'USA Nationals' weekend can be located online at
Huge Victory; Bronson Competes in Prairie Dirt Classic
1, 2021) The #40b team closed out a busy month of
July on July 30-31 at Fairbury Speedway in downtown Fairbury, Illinois.
The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series once again
sanctioned the annual running of the 'Prairie Dirt Classic' and
74 competitors piled into the pit area to do battle for the whopping
$50,000 winner's check. At FALS on Friday night, Kyle Bronson timed
in twenty-eighth fastest in Group A during the qualifying session
prior to finishing seventeenth in the $3,000 to win qualifying feature.
On Saturday evening in the Land of Lincoln, Kyle was
moving up through his B-Main before unfortunately hitting the wall
hard, which dropped him to a thirteenth place showing in the consolation
race. The Brandon, Florida ace was not able to find a way into the
100-lap 'Prairie Dirt Classic' that was ultimately won by Kyle Larson.
Full results from the lucrative PDC weekend can be obtained by accessing
(Todd Healy Photo)
Bronson Bags $53,000 for Biggest Career Win at I-80!!!
25, 2021) Kyle Bronson, of Brandon, Florida, recorded
his biggest victory of his career to date on Saturday night, July
24 in the 'Silver Dollar Nationals' at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood,
Nebraska!!! Kyle, who won his first heat race on Friday night and
advanced up to fourth in his second prelim, racked up the sixth
most passing points to earn the outside of the third row for Saturday's
80-lap headliner, which was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series. In front of a packed grandstand and a worldwide streaming
audience, Kyle streaked towards the front and eventually grabbed
the point from Chase Junghans on lap 48. "Killer" then
led the remainder of the crown jewel extravaganza to pocket the
$53,000 windfall well ahead of a top five that included runner-up
Tim McCreadie, Earl Pearson, Jr., Jimmy Owens, and Chase Junghans!
Earlier in the long week at I-80 Speedway, the #40b
team competed in the three-day 'I-80 Nationals' from July 20-22.
Kyle blitzed past seven competitors in Tuesday's $7,000 to win opener
to finish fourth behind only victor Brandon Overton, Hudson O'Neal,
and Ricky Thornton, Jr. In a similar prelim on Wednesday evening,
Kyle won his heat race, but was collected in a hard wreck on lap
five of the $7,000 to win contest and placed twenty-third in the
final rundown. In the 'I-80 Nationals' finale on Thursday, which
shelled out a $30,000 paycheck, KB wound up fifteenth at the unfurling
of the checkered flag in the 53-lapper. Full results from each day
in the Cornhusker State can be accessed by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.