Kyle Bronson is currently driving a used Sweet-Bloomquist Chassis; Two new cars are on the way
Kyle Bronson unloaded at Eldora Speedway with a new look. The #40B went black as the Florida team signed into a technical alliance with Team Zero.
He’s no longer piloting Longhorn Chassis. Instead, he’s made the switch to Sweet-Bloomquist chassis.
How did this deal come about?
“Oh, he’s been helping me. I talked to him a little bit. My buddy Jared Landers, he kinda got us hooked up together there,” Kyle Bronson explained to RacingNews.co .
“And Jared helps me out a lot. It’s working pretty good. This is actually Jared’s old car here.”
“We’re in the process of building two brand new cars.”
Do you know when they’re going to be ready?
“Hopefully in a few weeks. We’re working hard at it. We’ll probably have one ready in about 2 weeks. Then, the other one about a week after that.”
Previously, Kyle Bronson piloted a Longhorn by Weaver. He also had a technical allegiance with Randy Weaver Racing and their formed pilot, Brandon Overton. At that time
“Them guys was great to me. There was no problems there. Some things just don’t work out.”
“That whole deal over there’s kinda shook up now. But, everybody over there’s been nothing but great to me.”
Kyle Bronson and Scott Bloomquist both run the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. In the weeks leading up to the announcement of the new deal, they began parking next to each other in the pit area.
At Magnolia Motor Speedway, the 40B dirt late model unloaded with nose piece graphics to match the #0. He ran 2nd in his heat race. Unfortunately, he ended the feature event with a fire under the hood.
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