With the second half of the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda season starting this weekend, Crosslink / Kiwi Motorsport is pleased to welcome Bryson Morris to their growing program. In a joint effort that will see the multi-time winner on the national level of karting be the fifth driver in the Kiwi Motorsport program, Morris provides another solid chance for the Texas based program to stand atop the podium.
“We are welcoming Bryson to the team,” expressed Garry Orton. “His resume speaks volumes and success seems to follow him wherever he goes. He races a lot and that will help him in getting up to speed quickly. I think his past experiences in both open wheel and sports car racing will be beneficial in his weekend progress and with his teammates and the tools we provide, he should be in contention once wheel-to-wheel racing begins.”
“I am looking forward to making my F4 debut this coming weekend and am excited to be doing that at the historic Brainerd International Raceway,” explained Morris. “The Kiwi Motorsport program has been one of the programs to beat for the past few seasons, and I hope that I can help them continue their winning way in Minnesota.”
Entering rounds ten through twelve, Morris will be a new competitor in the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda as the series visits the 2.5-mile, 13-turn Brainerd International Raceway July 16-18 for the first time in series history. Having competed in the Mazda Motorsports Spec MX-5 category in 2021, 2020 saw the two-time Superkarts! USA Pro Tour Champion drive F1600 in the Formula Race Promotions program, SCCA Club Races in an MX-5 Cup, a USF2000 test at the Homestead-Miami Speedway and several national level karting events.
Orton continued, “This event is a perfect opportunity for a new driver in the F4 series. With a new track, limited testing and track knowledge at a minimum amongst any team and driver in the paddock, we feel that we will have an advantage with quantity of cars we are running and the quality of drivers. We can’t wait to get started.”