Bronson Battles Lucas Oil Foes at Golden Isles
27, 2023) Night two of the 'Super Bowl of Racing'
was held tonight at Golden Isles Speedway and the 51 Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series competitors on the grounds at the Brunswick, Georgia-area
facility were gunning for a $12,000 paycheck. Kyle Bronson placed
fifth in his stacked heat race and sixth in his B-Main. After utilizing
a series provisional to gain access into the 50-lap main event,
Kyle pitted on a couple of different occasions with issues and eventually
retired in the twenty-sixth finishing position. (Josh
(January 26, 2023) The
2023 campaign for the #40b team continued tonight in the Lucas Oil
Late Model Dirt Series lid lifter at Golden Isles Speedway near
Brunswick, Georgia. A total of fifty Super Late Model entrants were
on the grounds at GIS to do battle for the $10,000 first place prize
money in night one of the 'Super Bowl of Racing.' Kyle Bronson laid
down the twelfth quickest lap in Group A during the qualifying session
before advancing up to second in his loaded heat race. After starting
the 40-lap feature from the inside of the sixth row, Kyle was able
to move inside of the top ten to ultimately nab a tenth place performance.
Starts Season with Win in Sunshine Nationals!
21, 2023) Unstable weather conditions at Volusia
Speedway Park has forced World of Outlaws Case Construction Late
Model Series and track officials to cancel tonight's annual 'Sunshine
Nationals' finale. This decision comes after working closely with
Meteorologist Wayne Mahar from the Precision Weather Service and
monitoring the local weather over the past 48 hours. The $20,000
to win spectacular at the Barberville, Florida oval - along with
the $10,000 to win Crate Late Model program - will not be rescheduled.
(Chris Anderson Photo)
(January 20, 2023) Round
two of the annual 'Sunshine Nationals' took center stage tonight
at Volusia (FL) Speedway Park and another $8,000 winner's check
was up for grabs. Kyle Bronson placed third in his World of Outlaws
Late Model Series heat race prior to passing ten competitors during
the 25-lapper on his way to an eighth place performance. Behind
the wheel of his 604 Crate Late Model, Kyle posted the fifth quickest
time in Group A during Crate Racin' USA Series qualifying and later
drove to a strong third place podium effort in his 20-lap qualifying
feature behind only $1,500 victor Austin Yarbrough and runner-up
19, 2023) Kyle Bronson recorded a victory in his
2023 season opener tonight in the 'Sunshine Nationals' lid lifter
at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida! In Crate Racin'
USA action at the Daytona Beach-area speedplant, Kyle clicked off
the sixth fastest lap in Group A during qualifying prior to driving
to the front of his 20-lap qualifying feature. At the checkers,
the Brandon, Florida ace was celebrating a $1,500 win over runner-up
Cory Hedgecock, Jimmy Sharpe, Jr., Trey Mills, and Joshua Bishop.
Behind the wheel of his #40b Super Late Model in the World of Outlaws
Case Construction Late Model Series portion of the program, Kyle
placed fifth in his heat race and second in his B-Main prior to
blasting past twelve competitors during the $8,000 to win headliner
en route to a solid seventh place effort. (Chris
Bronson Caps Off 2022 with Strong Sunshine State 50
4, 2022) The 2022 campaign for Kyle Bronson Motorsports
(KBM) wrapped up on December 2-3 at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville,
Florida. The XR Super Series sanctioned a pair of weekend contests
that made up the 'Sunshine State 50.' On Friday night during the
$20,000 to win opener, Kyle Bronson ran fourth in his loaded heat
race prior to moving up to eighth in the final finishing order of
the 40-lap main event. At All-Tech on Saturday evening, Kyle once
again placed fourth in his heat race before blasting past six competitors
during the 50-lap season finale to claim an impressive fourth place
performance behind only $40,000 victor Jonathan Davenport, Brandon
Overton, and Joseph Joiner! Complete results from the season-ending
'Sunshine State 50' weekend can be found online at www.racexr.com.
(Chris Anderson Photo)
Breaks Winless Streak in Senoia's Peach Bowl!
13, 2022) Kyle Bronson, of Brandon, Florida, reached
victory lane for the first time in 2022 on Friday night, November
11 in the 'Peach Bowl' at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia! Kyle
stopped the clock fourth quickest in Group B during Castrol FloRacing
Night in America Series qualifying before securing a heat race triumph.
After starting the 50-lap feature from the outside of the front
row, Kyle navigated the rugged racing surface to lead each and every
circuit to bag the $20,000 first place prize money ahead of runner-up
Spencer Hughes, Garrett Alberson, Dennis Erb, Jr., and Hudson O'Neal!
On Saturday evening, November 12, a whopping $53,053
winner's check was up for grabs in the Castrol FloRacing Night in
America Series finale. Kyle clicked off the ninth fastest lap in
Group B during time trials and later grabbed the fourth and final
transfer spot through his heat race. During the caution-free, 75-lap
'Peach State Classic' headliner, Kyle rallied past a handful of
competitors to land in the ninth finishing position. Complete results
from both weekend races at Senoia Raceway can be found online by
clicking on www.floseries.com.
(Josh James Artwork)
Bronson Competes in World Finals at Charlotte...
6, 2022) Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM) made their
way to the pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina
from November 2-5 for the annual running of the 'World Finals.'
Things kicked off at the 4/10-mile speedplant with a pair of $15,000
to win World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series shootouts.
On Wednesday night in the opener, Kyle Bronson placed ninth in his
stacked heat race and did not start his B-Main due to mechanical
troubles. In Thursday's similar show, Kyle ran eleventh in his loaded
heat race and eighth in his B-Main, which once again kept him out
of the 40-lap feature.
Following a day off for the Super Late Models on Friday, the mega-event
culminated on Saturday evening with the 'World Finals' finale that
boasted a whopping $25,000 top prize. The #40b team chose to forego
the final night of competition at Charlotte due to starting so far
back in the heat race and the fact that Kyle is battling strep throat.
Complete results from each of the three 'World Finals' races can
be found online by visiting www.woolms.com.
(Zach Yost Racing Photography)
Leads Late; Winds Up Third in Powell Memorial!
23, 2022) Piloting a #20 entry for car owner Michael
Lloyd, Kyle Bronson competed over the October 21-22 weekend in 27th
Annual 'Powell Family Memorial' at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville,
Florida. The Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series biggie drew
a stellar 73 car field to the Sunshine State to do battle for the
whopping $27,000 first place prize. Kyle laid down the quickest
lap in his group during qualifying on Friday night prior to securing
a heat race triumph. After starting Saturday's 67-lap headliner
from the outside of the front row, Kyle ran strong and led laps
57-60 of the contest before settling for a third place podium performance
behind only victor Joseph Joiner and runner-up Cory Hedgecock! Complete
results from the 'Powell Family Memorial' can be accessed online
(Brian McLeod Photo)
Bronson Back in Competition in $100k DTWC...
16, 2022) A crown jewel extravaganza was next up
on the racing calendar for Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM), as the
42nd edition of the 'Dirt Track World Championship' was held on
October 14-15 at Portsmouth Raceway Park. The Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series finale drew 68 competitors to the Portsmouth, Ohio venue
and a whopping $100,000 first place prize was once again on the
line. During preliminary action on Friday night, Kyle Bronson timed
in fifth fastest in Group A during qualifying before placing fifth
in his stacked heat race.
At PRP on Saturday evening in the final night of the
'Dirt Track World Championship,' Kyle ran fourth in his B-Main,
which was unfortunately two mere positions away from a coveted transfer
spot into the 100-lap headliner. In the $3,000 to win 'Jim Dunn
Memorial' for non-qualifiers, the Brandon, Florida star placed on
the podium in third behind only race winner R.J. Conley and runner-up
Devin Moran. Complete results from the DTWC weekend can be located
online by logging onto www.lucasdirt.com.
(Michael Hamilton Photography)
Leads Early; Runs Third in Stateline Showdown Finale!
25, 2022) The #40b team ventured to Boyd's Speedway
in Ringgold, Georgia over the September 23-24 weekend for the 'Stateline
Showdown,' which was sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Case Construction
Late Model Series. In Friday's $10,000 to win program, Kyle Bronson
placed third in his loaded heat race before storming past four competitors
en route to a strong seventh place effort in the 40-lap feature
event. At Boyd's on Saturday in the $20,000 to win weekend finale,
Kyle won his heat race, led the first three circuits of the 50-lapper,
and ultimately placed on the podium in third behind only victor
Ryan Gustin and runner-up Dale McDowell! Complete results from the
'Stateline Showdown' can be accessed online by clicking on www.woolms.com.
Bronson in Action at Knoxville Raceway...
17, 2022) Following Fairbury, Kyle Bronson Motorsports
(KBM) made the trip west to the historic Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville,
Iowa for the 18th Annual 'Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals.'
The three-day extravaganza at the sprawling 1/2-mile speedplant
started with a pair of $7,000 to win preliminary programs. On Thursday
night, September 15, Kyle Bronson placed seventh in his heat race
and later finished sixth in his B-Main. At Knoxville on Friday evening,
September 16, Kyle ran tenth in his loaded heat race and chose not
to start his B-Main. The Brandon, Florida ace unfortunately did
not transfer into either 25-lap prelim feature and has made the
decision to scratch from the $50,000 to win headliner as well. Complete
results from the Hawkeye State can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.
(Heath Lawson Photo)
Competes in One for the Road at FALS...
14, 2022) On Tuesday evening, September 13, the
Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series sanctioned the annual
'One for the Road' at Fairbury Speedway and a $22,022 top prize
was on the line at the downtown Fairbury, Illinois oval. Kyle Bronson
was one of the 42 competitors that piled into the pit area at #FALS
and he started off the night by laying down the third fastest lap
in Group B during qualifying. Kyle then placed third in his stacked
heat race, but was unfortunately an early retiree in the 50-lap
feature and was ultimately paid for a nineteenth place effort. Full
results from last night at Fairbury Speedway can be found online
by accessing www.fairburyspeedway.com.
(Todd Healy Photo)
Bronson Runner-Up in World 100 Prelim Feature!
11, 2022) A huge week of racing was on tap at Eldora
Speedway from September 7-10 and the action at the Rossburg, Ohio
speedplant kicked off on Wednesday with the conclusion of the rain-postponed
'Dirt Late Model Dream' from June. With a whopping $128,000 winner's
check on the line, Kyle Bronson was able to bring home a solid top
ten performance in the 100-lap main event. At the checkers, Kyle
found himself credited with a tenth place effort following the final
Next up at the "Big E" was the 52nd Annual
'World 100,' which got underway with a pair of Twin 25 preliminary
programs - each of which paid $12,000 to the winner. On Thursday
evening, Kyle placed second in his heat race prior to slipping back
to fourteenth in his 25-lap feature event. In a similar show on
Friday night, Kyle won his heat race and led the first sixteen circuits
of his 25-lapper before bringing home an impressive runner-up showing
behind only victor Bobby Pierce. With a $55,000 top prize up for
grabs in Saturday's finale, the Brandon, Florida star grabbed the
second transfer spot into the 'World 100' through his heat race,
but later slapped the wall on lap 57 and was officially placed sixteenth
in the final rundown of the 100-lap crown jewel headliner. Complete
results from the four days at Eldora Speedway can be accessed online
(Todd Healy Photo)
Bronson Motorsports Returns to Action in Illinois
4, 2022) A pair of $10,000 winner's checks were
on the line for the Kyle Bronson Motorsports (KBM) team, as they
returned to action over the Labor Day holiday weekend with the MARS
Racing Series in the Land of Lincoln. On Friday night, September
2 at Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, Illinois, Kyle Bronson
placed second in his heat race prior to advancing three spots during
the 40-lap headliner to nab a strong fourth place effort behind
only race winner Mike Spatola, Bobby Pierce, and Shannon Babb. At
Fairbury Speedway in Fairbury, Illinois on Saturday evening, September
3, Kyle unfortunately did not advance into the 50-lapper after finishing
eighth in his heat race and scratching from his B-Main. Complete
results from both Illinois bullrings can be found online by clicking
(Todd Healy Photo)