Bryson Set For Must See Debut At Sandusky


Kaylee Bryson (David Sink photo)

HOLLY, Mich. – Kaylee Bryson will make her Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Perfit debut during the tour’s season opener at Sandusky Speedway April 27.

Bryson will wheel the AP Driver Development No. 26 for driver-turned-car-owner Aaron Pierce.

Although this will be Bryson’s first Must See Racing start, it won’t be her first winged pavement sprint car start. She previously made a start at Citrus County Speedway in Inverness, Fla., on Nov. 5, 2022, with the Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series.

Bryson looked impressive in that winged pavement sprint car appearance, coming home in fifth. She hopes to use that limited experience to produce a strong finish at Sandusky next weekend.

“That was my first time in a winged sprint car on pavement,” Bryson said of the Citrus County event. “We got fifth in our debut. Those cars are honestly fun to drive, and I’m looking forward to doing a little bit more of it. Getting in as many different types of cars is only going help improve me as a driver and I’m looking forward to the Sandusky race.

“Obviously, every different type of car you get into is totally different. But at the same time, there are so many little things you learn that can help you in other cars,” Bryson continued. “One thing I’ve noticed about winged cars is you drive them a lot harder than any other car. That has really helped me in qualifying in other forms of racing.”

The 23-year-old Bryson should get up to speed relatively quickly, as her car owner Aaron Pierce is no stranger to winged pavement sprint car racing. He has multiple winged sprint car victories with Must See Racing and is the all-time sprint car track record holder at Sandusky, as well as a feature winner there.

Sandusky will conclude an interesting three weekend stretch for Bryson. She competed with the Trans-Am Series in the SGT class at NOLA Motorsports Park and won on April 13. She will be competing in a USAC Silver Crown event at Toledo, Ohio, Saturday and will complete the three-week stretch in a winged sprint car at Sandusky.

Bryson is chasing the both USAC Silver Crown and Trans-Am Series championships this season.

When asked what she hoped to accomplish at Sandusky, Bryson was both optimistic and realistic.

“Every time I get into a car, the goal is to win. But with this being only my second start in a winged pavement sprint car, a top five would be really good,” she said. “Qualifying will give us a good idea how our weekend will go. We just have to get through practice. I’m looking forward to getting to Sandusky.”

The Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Perfit will practice Friday at Sandusky before a full racing program Saturday of qualifying, heat races, and a $3,000-to-win, 30-lap feature.

Also in action will be the Must See Racing Midwest Lights crate sprint cars, as well as Sandusky Speedway’s Pure Stock and All-American Iron classes.

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