|24 Bryant Goldsmith|| ||Updated by Driver: 3/22/2009|
Edited by Staff: 3/23/2009
| ||Nickname: Homer|
Hometown: Corning, IA
Email Address: email@example.com
Racing Web Site: www.bryantgoldsmith.com
Marital Status: Single
Job: College Student
Year Started Racing: 2000
Total Years Racing: 9
Racing Hero: Jeff Gordon and Billy Moyer
|Year/Make/Model: 2009 Swartz Ford Fusion|
Owner: Deb Goldsmith
Crew Chief: Todd Goldsmith
Crew: Brent Admor, Jade Walter, Ron Brown, Ross Herr, Bob Harris.
Sponsors & Support: Pioneer, Barker Implement, DuPont Products, Predator Trailers, Kuntz Power, Corning Rental, Berck Motorsports Racing, Goldsmith Farms, Swartz Race Cars, Podium Ink, Brake Man, Ron's Transmission, Swanson Ford, Extreme Images, Herr Farms, Pete's Auto, Fast Track Photos, Advanced Springs, Vogtland, Fast Shafts, Joe Gibbs Racing Oil, VP Fuel, Duralite, Brinn, Beyea, Hoosier, Impact Racing, Peterson Fluid Systems, Alpinestars, Motor State, Sweet Manufacturing, ATL, Speedway, Tiger, Braswell Carburetion, Kirkey, Intensitee, WaltersWebDesign.com.
|MBSLM Series - Super Late Model #24|
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|Super Late Model:|
2008 - 33 starts with 8 Top 5's and 21 Top 10's in first full season competing with several touring Dirt Late Model series, 5th in Points in the NCRA Series, 13th in Points in the MLRA Series.
2007 - 20 starts with 7 Top 5's and 15 Top 10's.
2006 - 33 starts with 4 wins, 23 Top 5's, 30 Top 10's, and averaged 3rd place finish in last 18 starts between the two weekly tracks, Track Championship at I-80 Speedway in Omaha, NE (youngest Champion in the Midwest Super Late Model history, 3rd in Points at Adams County Speedway in Corning, IA.
2005 - First full season in a Super Late Model, 25 starts with 6 Top 5's and 10 Top 10's.
2004 - WKA Heartland Dirt Series Championship, KART Junior II Light National Champion at Dirt Speedway.
2003 - IKF Midwest Dirt Series Championship, IKF Pavement National Championship in Junior II class, KART Junior II Heavy National Championship at Dirt Speedway.
2002 - KART Junior II Heavy National Championship at Dirt Speedway.
| Career Summary|
|I began my racing career at age 11, competing in Go-Karts. I had a successful career in Karts, traveling throughout the Midwest, winning IKF National Championships on asphalt and dirt.|
At the age of 16 I made the move to the Super Dirt Late Model division. In 2005 and 2006 I competed at two different track in the NASCAR Whelen All–American Weekly Racing series.
In 2006 I scored 4 wins, 23 Top 5's, 30 Top 10's in 33 starts. Finished 3rd in Points at Adams County Speedway and was crowned the 2006 Track Champion at I-80 Speedway, beating out NASCAR’s Division II Champion Joe Kosiski. Also in 2006 I made my first start and had a successful debut in the ASA Late Model Challenge Series at Iowa Speedway.
In 2007 I climbed out of my Dirt Late Model and made my debut in an ASA asphalt late model. In my five attempts I qualified for four races and finished every race, scoring 1 Top 10. I still competed in 15 dirt races with 1 win, 8 Top 5's and 12 Top 10's.
In 2008 I committed to the NCRA, MLRA and other major touring Dirt Late Model series. In my first full season I started 33 races, scoring 8 Top 5's and 21 Top 10's. I finished 5th in Points in the O'Reilly NCRA Series behind Kelly Boen, Kyle Berck, Delbert Smith and John Anderson. In the MLRA Series I ended the season with a 13th finish in the Standings.
| Racing Goals|
|To win an Open Late Model Championship and move on to the next level of racing.|