Goes Back-to-Back at Mountain View Raceway; Runner-Up at Crossville!
6, 2021) Brandon Kinzer and the Kinzer Motorsports team
reached victory lane for the second straight Saturday evening on
June 5 at Mountain View Raceway in Spring City, Tennessee! Brandon
clicked off the fastest lap in Open Wheel Modified qualifying to
earn the pole position for the 20-lap main event. BK then grabbed
the point on the opening circuit and drove away from the field to
pocket the $700 payday over a top five that included runner-up Wayne
James, Travis Sietsema, Adam Ogle, and Josh Stoglin! (Greg
On Friday night, June 4, the #18 team was in the pit
area at Crossville Speedway in Crossville, Tennessee. Brandon stopped
the clock second quickest in time trials to nab the outside of the
front row for the start of the weekly $500 to win headliner. The
Lexington, Kentucky ace then settled into the second spot and ran
in the runner-up position throughout the 20-lap contest to finish
behind only victor Joey Cotterman. Complete results can be accessed
online by clicking on www.crossvillespeedway.com
Kinzer Wins First Feature
Event of 2021 Season at Mountain View Raceway!
1, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team celebrated in victory
lane for the first time in 2021 on Saturday night, May 29 in their
first ever trip to Mountain View Raceway in Spring City, Tennessee!
Brandon Kinzer earned Fast Time honors during Open Wheel Modified
qualifying and later started the 15-lap weekly feature event from
the pole position. Brandon then grabbed the top spot on the opening
lap and was able to hold the point for each circuit to bag the $700
winner's check ahead of Kirk Turner, Travis Sietsema, Wayne James,
and Billy Palmer! (Greg Farmer Photography)
The Memorial Day weekend doubleheader for the #18
team then wrapped up on Monday, May 31 at 411 Motor Speedway in
Seymour, Tennessee. A $1,000 top prize was up for grabs for the
Open Wheel warriors on the undercard of the 'Scott Sexton Memorial.'
Brandon stopped the clock second fastest overall during the qualifying
session to earn the outside of the front row for the headliner.
After battling for the lead in the early stages of the contest,
the Lexington, Kentucky ace eventually wound up fourth in the final
finishing order behind only victor Cole Falloway, Michael Asberry,
and Peyton Harlow. Complete results from both holiday weekend events
can be viewed online at www.mountainviewraceway.com
Brandon Kinzer Runner-Up
at 411; Climbs to Podium Finish at Wartburg!
(May 16, 2021) Brandon Kinzer, of Lexington, Kentucky,
and his #18 Open Wheel Modified team traveled south to the Volunteer
State on May 14-15 for a pair of weekend events. On Friday night
in a weekly show at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee, Brandon
earned Fast Time honors during qualifying before running second
the entire feature distance to land in the runner-up spot behind
only $500 victor Michael Asberry. In a $1,200 to win Brucebilt Performance
Iron-Man Modified Series tilt on Saturday evening at Wartburg Speedway
in Wartburg, Tennessee, BK started eighth on the grid in the 25-lap
headliner and streaked up to third to earn another podium effort
behind only race winner Blake Brown and runner-up Clayton Miller.
Complete results from both races can be viewed online by clicking
Kinzer Climbs into Top
Five at Crossville; Suffers Mechanical Woes at Wythe
(May 2, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team ventured to both
Crossville Speedway in Crossville, Tennessee and Wythe Raceway in
Rural Retreat, Virginia over the April 30-May 1 weekend. On Friday
night at Crossville in a weekly Open Wheel Modified event, Brandon
Kinzer drew at the back of his heat race and steered his #18 machine
to a fifth place showing. In the main event, BK was on the move
around the bottom of the 1/3-mile facility and blasted all the way
up to the fifth finishing position!
At Wythe on Saturday evening, a $3,000 top prize was
up for grabs in the running of the 'Mountain Modified Championship.'
Brandon was going for the lead early in his heat race when terminal
motor issues sidelined him for the rest of the night. Unfortunately,
the Lexington, Kentucky native was unable to make the start in the
30-lap Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man Modified Series headliner
at the picturesque Wythe Raceway. Full results from both facilities
can be viewed online at www.crossvillespeedway.com
Brandon Kinzer Earns
Top Ten in Visit to Boyd's Speedway
25, 2021) Brandon Kinzer and Kinzer Motorsports dipped
south to Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia on Friday night, April
23. The Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man Modified Series presided
over the event at the Chattanooga-area venue and a $1,200 winner's
check was on the line. Brandon clicked off the eighth fastest lap
overall during the qualifying session, which allowed him to start
from the outside of the fourth row in the 25-lap feature event.
The Lexington, Kentucky native then raced hard all over the top
ten and ran multiple laps side-by-side with former NASCAR star Ken
Schrader before winding up right where he started... in the eighth
Saturday's similar $1,200 to win Iron-Man Modified
Series tussle scheduled for Wartburg Speedway in Wartburg, Tennessee
was then washed out by inclement weather. Complete results from
Friday's trip to Boyd's Speedway can be accessed online at www.imdirt.net.
Kinzer Back in Action
at Lawrenceburg Speedway; Climbs as High as Fifth
4, 2021) For the first time since their trip to East Bay
Raceway Park during "Speedweeks" in January, Kinzer Motorsports
took to the track on Saturday, April 3 at Lawrenceburg Speedway
in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. The track's season opener drew a solid
field of UMP Open Wheel Modifieds for the weekly event. Brandon
Kinzer started ninth in his heat race - due to a bad pill draw -
but was able to work his way past four competitors during the prelim
to land in the fifth position. After rolling off from the inside
of the fifth row in the 20-lap main event, Brandon quickly moved
up inside of the top five and was looking for more.
Unfortunately, an incident between two competitors
in front of him caused BK to stop on the racing surface instead
of being involved in the pileup. Due to the track ruling, Brandon
was sent to the back for stopping on the racetrack and allegedly
being part of the caution. Disagreeing with the questionable call,
the Lexington, Kentucky driver wound up pulling off the track and
settling for a tenth place effort at the Hoosier State venue. Full
results from Lawrenceburg Speedway can be viewed online at www.lawrenceburgspeedway.com.
Buy Brandon Kinzer Apparel
Online - Several Different Styles Available!
(March 5, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team and driver
Brandon Kinzer are excited to make several different styles of shirts
from throughout the years available to fans to purchase online!
Currently, there are eleven different shirts - some more vintage
than others - and sizes differ depending on availability. Quantities
are also limited, so be sure to click on the STORE
tab and order your BK tees today for prompt shipment!
Kinzer Motorsports and
Delph Communications Launch New Site!
6, 2021) Brandon Kinzer and Kinzer Motorsports would like
to welcome you to the brand-new www.BrandonKinzer.com! The new website,
developed by Delph Communications, Inc., is dedicated solely to
the racing efforts of the #18 team and will keep viewers up-to-date
with the latest news, schedule dates, results, photos, and much
more. Brandon, who reached victory lane on four different occasions
in 2020 and finished second in the final Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man
Modified Series point standings, has already lifted the lid to his
2021 campaign at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida during
the 'Winternationals' back in January. Keep logging onto www.BrandonKinzer.com
throughout the 2021 season to keep up on the Lexington, Kentucky
Brandon Kinzer Starts 2021 Campaign
at East Bay Raceway Park!
23, 2021) The fifth and final program during the 'Winternationals'
for the Open Wheel Modifieds took center stage tonight at East Bay
Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida and the winner's share was upped
to $5,000. Brandon Kinzer finished a close fourth in his heat race
and with only three competitors transferring into the big show,
he was forced to head to one of the consolation events. Unfortunately,
BK was questionably called for jumping the start in his B-Main,
knocked back a row by officials, and later wound up running fifth.
The Lexington, Kentucky native was not able to make the start in
the 75-lap grand finale that was ultimately won by Kevin Adams.
(January 22, 2021) Kinzer Motorsports worked hard
on their #18 MB Customs mount in the pit area today at East Bay
Raceway Park and their preparation showed, as Brandon Kinzer turned
in his best performance so far during the five-day 'Winternationals'
for the Open Wheel Modifieds. Brandon stopped the clock quickest
in his group during time trials and later ran second in heat race
action. After rolling off from the outside of the fifth row in the
$1,500 to win main event, BK fought hard for a top ten finish in
the 35-lapper and eventually settled for a thirteenth place showing
against the stout field.
(January 21, 2021) Night three at the "Clay
by the Bay" took place earlier this evening and a $1,500 top
prize was on the line at East Bay Raceway Park. Brandon Kinzer unfortunately
missed out on the 35-lap headliner after running eighth in his loaded
heat race and fifth in his consolation event.
(January 20, 2021) The 45th Annual 'Winternationals'
continued tonight at East Bay Raceway Park, as another $1,000 payday
was up for grabs for the open wheel warriors at the Gibsonton, Florida
facility. Brandon Kinzer knocked down the third quickest time in
his group during the qualifying session prior to grabbing the third
and final transfer spot through his heat race. The Lexington, Kentucky
transplant then rolled off from the inside of the ninth row in the
30-lapper and eventually wound up right where he started... in the
(January 19, 2021) Fresh off a four win season
in 2020, Brandon Kinzer and the Kinzer Motorsports team rolled south
to kick off their 2021 campaign tonight at East Bay Raceway Park
in Gibsonton, Florida. Night one of the Open Wheel Modified portion
of the annual 'Winternationals' at the Tampa-area venue drew a strong
48 car field to vie for the $1,000 winner's check. Brandon clicked
off the fourth fastest lap in his group during qualifying before
placing fourth in his stacked heat race. After nabbing the third
transfer spot through his B-Main, BK started at the tail in the
30-lap main event and eventually wound up finishing twentieth in
the final rundown of his season lid lifter.