Kaylee Bryson Will Compete for USAC and Trans Am Championships in 2024

December 8, 2023

Kaylee Bryson Will Compete for USAC and Trans Am Championships in 2024

Indianapolis, USA Kaylee Bryson will be stepping up her game for 2024. Bryson will compete for two national championships during the upcoming racing season. She will continue to pilot the #26 AP Driver Development / Logical Systems / SamPierceChevy.com USAC Silver Crown machine for Sam Pierce Racing as the reigning series Rookie of the Year.

Bryson has also been named by LSI Racing as the primary driver for the Logical Systems / AP Driver Development / SamPierceChevy.com fleet of Chevrolet Corvettes in the Trans Am series SGT class.  

 “I am just so happy to be able to drive my two favorite types of race cars for the entire season and race for two championships. Of the ten different types of cars that I raced in 2023, the Champ Car and Trans Am racing were definitely my favorites. A full season in Trans Am will allow me to develop the road racing skillset I will need to move up [to IndyCar or NASCAR]”, Bryson said. 

“I have a lot of confidence in chasing the Silver Crown championship as I have realized how important qualifying is without heat races in this series, and I have now raced on almost every track at least once and ran really well on the pavement.” Kaylee posted 6 top ten Silver Crown finishes in 2023 – five of them on the pavement, and finished fifth out of 75 drivers in Silver Crown National Series driver points.  

“It’s so amazing to be able to run for two championships at once and have 26 races that don’t conflict. I have to thank Larry Bailey (LSI owner) and Sam and Aaron Pierce for this really cool opportunity. I can’t wait to start testing in January after the Chili Bowl.”  

Bryson and LSI Racing will spend considerable time testing during January and February in Florida in preparation for the Trans Am opener at Sebring International Raceway in late February. She raced in the 2023 Sebring event, running in second place in class before retiring with a mechanical issue. 

For further information please visit SamPierceRacing.com, USACracing.com and GoTransAm.com. 

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