May 5, 2022

Brandon Kinzer Continues Hot Start to 2022 Season; Wins at Boyd’s Speedway!

(ALLEN, KENTUCKY) The Kinzer Motorsports team continued their hot start to the 2022 campaign on Saturday evening, April 30 with a Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man Modified Series victory at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia! In the second night of the 'Let's Get Dirty Autism Weekend' at the Chattanooga-area oval, Brandon Kinzer stopped the clock fourth fastest overall during the qualifying session to earn the outside of the second row for the start of the 25-lap main event. BK then drove to the front of the field, grabbed the top spot on the twelfth circuit, and led the remainder of the contest to secure his third win of the young season and the $1,500 payday over a top five that consisted of runner-up Lucas Lee, Jacob Hall, Clayton Miller, and Peyton Harlow!

On Friday night in a similar $1,500 to win Brucebilt Performance Iron-Man Modified Series event at Boyd's (GA) Speedway, Brandon qualified third quickest in time trials and was up to the second spot by the halfway point in the 25-lap feature. Unfortunately, mechanical woes on the rear-end of his #18 MB Customs mount took Brandon out of contention for the victory and dropped him to thirteenth in the final finishing order. Brandon and his entire family would like to thank the staff at Boyd's Speedway, along with the race fans and everyone that participated in the 'Let's Get Dirty Autism Weekend,' as a total of $2,500 was raised and donated to the Will Kinzer Foundation for Autism Research! Complete results from the doubleheader at Boyd's Speedway can be found online by clicking on

“It was an excellent weekend for us at Boyd’s Speedway,” exclaimed Kinzer this week via telephone. “Aside from those rear-end issues on Friday night halfway through the feature, I don’t know how it could have gone any better. Our car was good that night before we broke and the crew did an awesome job getting everything fixed for Saturday’s show. I can’t thank my family, my team, and all of our partners enough for their support and hopefully we can keep having some success throughout the season!”

Brandon and his #18 team are currently planning on taking the next two weekends off from racing competition. With family commitments taking center stage, Brandon is not scheduled to sling dirt again until Friday, May 20 at Crossville Speedway in Crossville, Tennessee. The Cumberland Plateau Open Wheel Modified Series is slated to sanction a $1,200 to win program at the Volunteer State venue. Additional information on Crossville can be found online by clicking on

In other news, you can now purchase a wide variety of official Brandon Kinzer apparel online at the new! Be sure to head over to the website and check out the different styles of t-shirts they have to offer fans, including some older vintage tees. Thanks for your support of the Kinzer Motorsports team!

Kinzer Motorsports would like to thank the following marketing partners for their support: Kinzer Drilling Company, Quality Natural Gas, Will Kinzer Foundation for Autism Research, Sweet Victory Apparel Company, ShearWorx, Weststar Lubricants, Dirtwrap, Custom Suspension, Casva Angus Farm,, MB Customs,, Randy Clary Racing Engines, Jones Racing Products, Wilwood Engineering, Outerwears, Schoenfeld Headers, Hypercoils, Diversified Machine, Inc., Scott Performance Wire, Wiles Driveshafts, Quartermaster, PEM Racing, MSD Ignition, Safecraft Safety Equipment, K1 Race Gear, Dyer’s Top Rods, Allstar Performance, Delph Communications, and Go Lithium Batteries.

Additional dirt concerning the #18 team can be found online by pointing your web browser to!

Media Contact: Ryan Delph - Delph Communications