Career Feature Wins (410): 3
Career Feature Wins (360): 3
Knoxville Feature Wins (410): 3
Knoxville Feature Wins (360): 1
Knoxville Feature Wins (305): 1
It was a dream come true for Bronson in 2013. He earned his first Knoxville Raceway championship amongst a stellar field of 410 sprint cars. The Pleasantville farmer’s self-funded team also won “Team of the Year”. The momentum started in 2012 when he would finish third in the standings on the strength of his first two wins in the 410 class. The second came over the best in the sport, when he was victorious in the First Annual Capitani Classic. Sixty-seven cars were in the field that night.
Bronson was tabbed as the 410 “Most Improved Driver” in 2012, an honor he also received in 2009. In 2008, he qualified for his first Knoxville Nationals finale. Bronson made a name for himself by winning a non-wing 305 feature in the first time he sat in a sprint car. The win came at the Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa in 2003. He entered 2004 racing a winged 360 at Knoxville, and claimed his first win here, also a 305 event. Bronson is one of four drivers (Randy Smith, Tim St. Arnold and Clint Garner are the others) to win in all three sprint car classes at Knoxville.
The rural Pleasantville farmer claimed his first Knoxville 360 win in 2005. In 2006, he jumped to the 410 class and finished in the top ten in standings. He has become known as one of the better qualifiers in the weekly field, and has recorded multiple quick times in his career. He finished in the top ten in the 410 standings for the fourth consecutive season in 2015.
410 point standing by year:
2016 - 8th, 2015 - 10th, 2014 - 9th, 2013 - 1st, 2012 - 3rd, 2011 - 11th, 2010 - 5th, 2009 - 12th, 2008 – 13th, 2007 – 13th, 2006 – 10th
360 point standing by year:
2005 – 11th, 2004 – 22nd
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