Continues Hot Start to Season with Boyd's Speedway Victory!
1, 2022) The Kinzer Motorsports team continued their hot
start to the 2022 campaign on Saturday evening, April 30 with a
Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man Modified Series victory at Boyd's
Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia! In the second night of the 'Let's
Get Dirty Autism Weekend' at the Chattanooga-area oval, Brandon
Kinzer stopped the clock fourth fastest overall during the qualifying
session to earn the outside of the second row for the start of the
25-lap main event. BK then drove to the front of the field, grabbed
the top spot on the twelfth circuit, and led the remainder of the
contest to secure his third win of the season and the $1,500 payday
over a top five that consisted of runner-up Lucas Lee, Jacob Hall,
Clayton Miller, and Peyton Harlow!
On Friday night in a similar $1,500 to win Brucebilt
Performance Iron-Man Modified Series event at Boyd's (GA) Speedway,
Brandon qualified third quickest in time trials and was up to the
second spot by the halfway point in the 25-lap feature. Unfortunately,
mechanical woes on the rear-end of his #18 MB Customs mount took
Brandon out of contention for the victory and dropped him to thirteenth
in the final finishing order. Brandon and his entire family would
like to thank the staff at Boyd's Speedway, along with the race
fans and everyone that participated in the 'Let's Get Dirty Autism
Weekend,' as a total of $2,500 was raised and donated to the Will
Kinzer Foundation for Autism Research! Complete results from the
doubleheader at Boyd's Speedway can be found online by clicking
Brandon Kinzer Sweeps
Opening Weekend for Pair of Victories!!!
17, 2022) Brandon Kinzer and his #18 team kicked off their
2022 campaign in dominating fashion on April 15-16 with a pair of
feature victories in the states of Kentucky and Tennessee! On Friday
night at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Kentucky, Brandon
laid down the quickest lap overall during Open Wheel Modified qualifying
before starting the 20-lap main event from the pole position. He
then led from flag-to-flag in the unsanctioned contest to land the
$1,000 payday in his season lid lifter over a top five that consisted
of runner-up Blake Brown, Chris Johnson, Ben Harmon, and Matthew
Morris! (Nitro's Motorsports Photography)
At Wartburg Speedway in Wartburg, Tennessee on Saturday
evening, the Cumberland Plateau Open Wheel Racing Series rolled
into town and a strong field of competitors were in the pit area.
Brandon once again earned Fast Time honors during the qualifying
session to earn the pole position for the 25-lap headliner. BK then
led all but one circuit in the A-Main to capture the $1,200 top
prize over Chris Wilson, Amos Bunch, Jeff Hamby, and Joe Freels!
Complete results from both venues can be located online at www.ponderosaspeedway.net
Kinzer Motorsports Scheduled
to Kick Off Season this Weekend!
(April 14, 2022) Following a long off-season and volatile
spring weather, the Kinzer Motorsports team is scheduled to lift
the lid to their 2022 racing season this weekend (April 15-16) in
a doubleheader in the states of Kentucky and Tennessee! On Friday
night, Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Kentucky will play host
to the annual running of the 'Bobby Carrier, Sr. Tribute' race and
the Open Wheel Modifieds are set to vie for a $1,200 winner's check.
A similar $1,200 top prize for the open wheel warriors will then
be up for grabs on Saturday evening at Wartburg Speedway in Wartburg,
Tennessee during the 'Bunny Bash.' You can view all of the tentative
schedule dates for Brandon Kinzer and the #18 team by clicking on
the SCHEDULE page of
Brandon Kinzer Wraps
Up Successful '21 Season with Runner-Ups!
28, 2021) Brandon Kinzer and his #18 team concluded their
2021 campaign over the November 26-27 weekend at 411 Motor Speedway
in Seymour, Tennessee. In the two-day event dubbed as 'The Leftover,'
things kicked off for the Open Wheel Modifieds on Friday with a
$500 to win throwdown. Brandon stopped the clock third quickest
overall during the qualifying session to earn the inside of the
second row for the start of the 20-lap feature event. BK then ran
in the second spot throughout the entire distance and was officially
awarded a strong runner-up effort behind only victor Blake Brown!
(Josh James Artwork)
On Saturday at 411, a $1,200 top prize was up for grabs with the
Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man Modified Series. Brandon clicked
off the second fastest lap during time trials, which locked him
into the outside of the front row for the start of the 25-lap headliner.
The Lexington, Kentucky ace then dominated the early portion of
the race by leading the first twenty circuits, but eventually settled
for another runner-up performance behind only race winner Lucas
Lee. Complete results from both 'Leftover' contests can be found
online by clicking on www.imdirt.net.
Kinzer Racks Up Another
Win; Claims Checkers in Gobbler at Boyd's!
21, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team continued their late-season
success on Saturday, November 20 in the 33rd Annual 'Gobbler' at
Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia! In the Brucebilt Performance
Iron-Man Modified Series portion of the program at the Chattanooga-area
facility, Brandon Kinzer stopped the clock second fastest overall
during the qualifying session and later started the 20-lap headliner
from the outside of the front row.
Brandon then grabbed the top spot at the drop of the
green flag in the main event and kept his #18 MB Customs mount out
front of the stellar field for the entire distance to pocket the
$1,200 payday. BK recorded his sixth feature win of the 2021 campaign
over a top five that included runner-up Michael Asberry, Amos Bunch,
Tommy Bailey, and Skyler Douglas! Full results from the 'Gobbler,'
which drew a record 266 total race cars, can be viewed online at
Brandon Kinzer Leads
Flag-to-Flag for $5,100 Area 51 Triumph!
7, 2021) Brandon Kinzer, of Lexington, Kentucky, scored
his fifth triumph of the 2021 racing season on Saturday afternoon,
November 6 in the conclusion of the rain-postponed 'Area 51' at
411 Motor Speedway! Back on August 13 during preliminary action,
Brandon clicked off the second quickest lap overall during the qualifying
session at the Seymour, Tennessee facility before securing a heat
On Saturday, BK rolled off from the outside of the
front row in the 2nd Annual 'Area 51' and controlled the Open Wheel
Modified headliner from the drop of the green flag. Brandon kept
his #18 machine out front throughout the entire 51-lap daytime distance
to bag the $5,100 top prize over a top five that included runner-up
Victor Lee, Chris Wilson, Lucas Lee, and Ricky Tinch! Full results
from 411 Motor Speedway can be located online by clicking on www.411motorspeedway.net.
Kinzer's Weekend in Charlotte
Area Unfortunately A Short One...
31, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team headed to the Charlotte
area on October 29-30, as a $4,000 paycheck was up for grabs in
the Open Wheel Modified portion of the 'Drydene World Short Track
Championship.' A stellar field of over 50 open wheel warriors converged
at the pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte and Brandon Kinzer started
his weekend off by laying down the thirteenth quickest lap in Group
A during the qualifying session on Friday night. Brandon then started
and finished seventh in his loaded heat race and was slated to start
mid-pack in Saturday's consolation event. With the Concord, North
Carolina speedplant sporting slimy track conditions once again,
the #18 team opted to load up and did not compete in the $4,000
to win headliner that was ultimately won by Nick Hoffman. Full results
can be accessed online at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.
Brandon Kinzer Solid
in Pretty-in-Pink Weekend; Fourth in Finale!
10, 2021) Brandon Kinzer and Kinzer Motorsports found themselves
in the Chattanooga area on October 8-9 for the 'Pretty-in-Pink'
weekend, which was sanctioned by the Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man
Modified Series. On Friday night in the $1,200 to win weekend opener
at Boyd's Speedway, Brandon knocked down the tenth quickest lap
overall during the qualifying session to earn the outside of the
fifth row for the start of the 20-lap main event. BK then worked
his way past a couple of competitors during the A-Main to land in
the eighth finishing position. (Wells Racing
At the Ringgold, Georgia oval on Saturday evening,
a $3,000 top prize was up for grabs for the open wheel warriors.
Brandon clicked off the second fastest time during qualifying prior
to securing a victory in his loaded heat race. After rolling off
from the outside of the front row in the 30-lapper and running second
virtually the entire race, the Lexington, Kentucky ace slipped back
two spots late and was paid for a fourth place performance behind
only victor Nick Hoffman, Ricky Arms, and Cole Falloway. Full results
from Boyd's Speedway can be viewed online at www.imdirt.net.
Kinzer Lands Podium Performance
in 411 Motor Speedway Special
3, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team trekked south to 411
Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee on Saturday, October 2 for
the running of the 'Tennessee State Championship.' The Open Wheel
Modifieds were on the racing card at the Volunteer State oval and
a $1,000 winner's check was up for grabs. Brandon Kinzer clicked
off the sixth fastest lap overall during the qualifying session
and later rolled off from the outside of the third row in the 20-lap
feature event. BK then drove past a trio of competitors and was
racing hard for the second spot when the checkered flag fell over
the field. The Lexington, Kentucky ace wound up on the podium in
third behind only victor Michael Asberry and runner-up Jeremy Rayburn.
Full results from the 'Tennessee State Championship' can be found
online at www.411motorspeedway.net.
Brandon Kinzer Finds
Victory Lane Again at Volunteer Speedway!
26, 2021) Brandon Kinzer, of Lexington, Kentucky, and the
Kinzer Motorsports team racked up their fourth feature win of the
2021 campaign on Saturday evening, September 25 at the ultra-fast
Volunteer Speedway! A solid field of 17 Open Wheel Modified competitors
signed into the pit area at the Bulls Gap, Tennessee oval to do
battle in the 'Rodney Kiker Memorial.' Brandon laid down the quickest
lap overall during the time trial session to earn the pole position
for the 20-lap feature event. BK then grabbed the point at the drop
of the green flag and held the lead throughout the contest to capture
the $700 winner's check ahead of Michael Asbury, Wayne James, Brandon
James, and Ervin Vance! Complete results from "The Gap"
can be located online at www.volunteerspeedway.com.
Rough Track Conditions
Cause Kinzer to Load Early at Eldora Speedway
6, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team competed in one lone
event over the hectic Labor Day holiday weekend, as they traveled
to the famed Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio on Sunday, September
5 for the annual running of the 'Baltes Classic.' A strong field
of Open Wheel Modifieds converged on the "Big E" to do
battle for the $1,000 paycheck. Brandon Kinzer unfortunately had
transponder issues during his qualifying session and did not record
an official lap. On a rough and rugged racing surface in the heat
race, Brandon climbed two spots to finish eighth and later chose
to load up his #18 MB Customs machine. The Lexington, Kentucky standout
did not compete in the B-Main or the 20-lap feature event. Full
results from last night at Eldora Speedway can be viewed online
Brandon Kinzer Leads
Early; Winds Up on Podium at Volunteer Speedway
29, 2021) Brandon Kinzer and his #18 Open Wheel Modified
team traveled to the ultra-fast Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap,
Tennessee on Saturday night, August 28. A weekly Open Wheel Modified
show was held at "The Gap" and a $700 payday was on the
line. Brandon stopped the clock second fastest overall during qualifying
and later started the 20-lap feature from the outside of the front
row. After leading the first four circuits, BK was hit from behind
on the restart and got shuffled back several positions. At the checkers,
the Lexington, Kentucky ace found himself on the podium in the third
spot behind only victor Wayne James and runner-up Chad Ogle. Complete
results from Volunteer Speedway can be accessed online at www.volunteerspeedway.com.
Kinzer Fast Right Out
of the Box at 411; Wet Weather Pushes Back Feature
15, 2021) The Kinzer Motorsports team rolled into 411 Motor
Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee over the August 13-14 weekend for
the 2nd Annual 'Area 51' special event. A $5,100 top prize was up
for grabs for the Open Wheel Modifieds at the Volunteer State oval.
Brandon Kinzer unloaded fast, as he clicked off the second quickest
lap overall during the qualifying session on Friday night before
securing a heat race triumph. The Lexington, Kentucky ace was then
scheduled to roll off from the outside of the front row in Saturday's
headliner. Unfortunately, Mother Nature had other plans and the
'Area 51' feature was pushed back to November 6 due to inclement
weather. Full results from Friday's portion of the weekend can be
viewed online at www.411motorspeedway.net.
(Wells Racing Photography)