Kyle Bronson to Team Zero

Kyle Bronson Motorsports unloaded a Sweet Bloomquist Chassis at Eldora; Longhorns for sale

At the start of the 2018 racing season, Kyle Bronson had two major announcements. The first was that he would jump on the national dirt late model scene with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

The second announcement was a switch in manufactures. Bronson kept the Rocket Chassis with plans of using it for crate races. But, for the Super Late Model events he would make the move to Longhorn by Weaver.

In addition to the new chassis, Bronson also formed a technical alliance with Randy Weaver Racing. However, the #116 RWR machine is driven by Brandon Overton and follows the World of Outlaws Late Model Series schedule.

In recent weeks, Kyle Bronson has been parked next to Scott Bloomquist at the race track. They were side by side at Lucas Oil Speedway for the Show-Me 100.

On June 1, Kyle Bronson announced that he had two cars for sale. Both Longhorn race cars were posted on the market. At that time, the team had yet to announce future plans. Fans began to speculate that Bronson would be switching chassis.

“Had to with New sponsor partnership Technical alliance. Great Racecar set fast time last race with 64 cars,” Kyle Bronson stated in the comment section of the classified listing.

Those speculations were confirmed last night at Eldora Speedway. It was the first night of the 2018 Dirt Late Model Dream. Kyle Bronson unloaded a black #40B machine as he parked next to Scott Bloomquist.

It’s official, Kyle Bronson has switched to a Sweet Bloomquist chassis. He’s driving one at The Dream this weekend and has two on order. Scott Bloomquist is the defending winner of the Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway.

Ricky Weiss and Dale McDowell are two other drivers at Eldora Speedway in a Sweet Bloomquist machine this weekend in Rossburg, Ohion.

Kyle Bronson has one Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory so far in 2018. That victory came at his home track of East Bay Raceway Park back in February. Aside for the Lucas tour, he also picked up two NeSmith Late Model Series wins. Those came in the same month of February at Bubba Raceway Park.

Since February, Kyle Bronson had a best LOLMDS finish of 4th. That came on April 27th at Tri-City Speedway. The track locked down on the bottom that night. Bronson was running 2nd, he attempted to pass Pierce for the lead and ended up falling to 4th.

Kyle Bronson Cars For Sale

“I have 2 2018 Longhorns by Weaver for sale. One is the one I been racing this year 38k it comes with everything but motor and seat. Car has stainless headers complete oil system Penske shocks!”

“The brand new car has all the same stuff 58k I also have a lot of spare parts for sale!”

The car pictured below is one of the Longhorn cars. It’s now for sale.

Kyle Bronson at Lucas Oil Speedway 8046
Kyle Bronson at Lucas Oil Speedway 8046

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