Kyle Bronson takes on dirt track ownership
Golden Isles Speedway is a 4/10-mile dirt track located in Waynesville, Georgia near Brunswick. The track traditionally hosts the season opening race for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
Hear from Kyle Bronson below.
The track was built by S.O. Jenkins in 1970. It’s seen many upgrades in recent years, including new grandstands which were purchased from Daytona International Speedway after the Florida track received their latest upgrade.
National dirt late model competitor Kyle Bronson and his fiancé Amber Lloyd have purchased the speedway.
The track will be leased to Frankie and Jackie Lloyd who will oversee operations in 2022. They are the grandparents of Amber Lloyd and have previously been involved in the promotion of the track.
A full 2022 schedule has not been released. However, the Super Bowl of Racing will run on January 26-29 featuring the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
Kyle Bronson comments on ownership of GIS
Kyle Bronson will remain on the national dirt late model tour.
“This is an opportunity to be part of a great race track, a track that will be a big part of the sport well into the future,” said Bronson.
He added, “We are looking at the long term, and our goal is to keep the track in the family for years to come. I will continue to race just like before, and this is also a big part of our future. We’re very excited about the possibilities.”
New amenities and upgrades are being discussed for the track.
Bronson finished 6th in LOLMDS standings following the 2021 season. He intends to run the tour again in 2022.