Ready for World Short Track Championship on Heels of 411 Podium
(October 27, 2022) Following a couple of weekends away
from the racetrack, Kinzer Motorsports rolled into 411 Motor Speedway
in Seymour, Tennessee on Saturday, October 22. A regular weekly
show was held for the Open Wheel Modifieds during the track's annual
'Breast Cancer Awareness Fall Brawl.'
Brandon Kinzer laid down the third fastest time on his first lap
during the qualifying session before unfortunately breaking a j-bar.
After the team made repairs to his #18 MB Customs mount, Brandon
started third and finished third in the 20-lap main event to trail
only $800 victor Peyton Harlow and runner-up Jamie Mosley! Complete
results from 411 Motor Speedway can be located online by clicking
Next up for the Kinzer Motorsports team will be a visit to the
pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina from
October 27-29 for the 7th edition of the ‘World Short Track
Championship.’ The UMP Modifieds will be racing at the 4/10-mile
oval later tonight for a $600 paycheck, while also laying down qualifying
laps for the weekend event. On Friday evening, heat races and consolation
events will be held leading into Saturday’s 30-lap weekend
headliner, which shells out a $4,000 first place prize. Additional
information on the ‘World Short Track Championship’
can be accessed online by logging onto www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.
In other news, you can now purchase a wide variety of official
Brandon Kinzer apparel online at the new www.BrandonKinzer.com!
Be sure to head over to the website and check out the different
styles of t-shirts they have to offer fans, including some older
vintage tees. Thanks for your support of the Kinzer Motorsports
Kinzer Motorsports would like to thank the following marketing
partners for their support: Kinzer Drilling Company, Quality Natural
Gas, Will Kinzer Foundation for Autism Research, Sweet Victory Apparel
Company, ShearWorx, Weststar Lubricants, Dirtwrap, Custom Suspension,
Casva Angus Farm, MarsRaceCars.com, MB Customs, LauriesFund.org.,
Randy Clary Racing Engines, Jones Racing Products, Wilwood Engineering,
Outerwears, Schoenfeld Headers, Hypercoils, Diversified Machine,
Inc., Scott Performance Wire, Wiles Driveshafts, Quartermaster,
PEM Racing, MSD Ignition, Safecraft Safety Equipment, K1 Race Gear,
Dyer’s Top Rods, Allstar Performance, Delph Communications,
and Go Lithium Batteries.
Additional dirt concerning the #18 team can be found online by
pointing your web browser to www.BrandonKinzer.com!
Media Contact: Ryan Delph - Delph Communications