Aron makes history for team usa
Photo Credit: Jeff Bloxham
2020 Team USA Scholarship Winner
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Team USA Scholarship Winner
Walter hayes trophy podium!
3rd place overall
The 1st American + only Team USA driver in the history of British motorsport to finish with a podium and a top 5 in the two iconic end of year Formula Ford events.
Formula Ford Festival:
Team: Low Dempsey Racing
Car: Formula Ford, F1600
Birthdate: September 30, 2003
impressive Podium finish for Aron Walter Hayes Trophy
SILVERSTONE, England (November 1, 2020) – Bryce Aron produced two excellent performances today at a treacherously slick Silverstone National circuit on his way to a third-place finish in the Walter Hayes Trophy Grand Final behind veterans Oliver White and Neil Maclennan. Aron, who started ninth, became the fourth Team USA Scholarship driver to stand on the overall podium in the last seven years, following in the footsteps of Michai Stephens (2014), Oliver Askew (‘16) and Scott Huffaker (‘19) – in addition to the trio of victories earned by Conor Daly (‘08), Connor De Phillippi (‘09) and Tristan Nunez (‘12). - Team USA Scholarship
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Bryce Aron takes Top 5 in Formula Ford Festival Grand Final, Podium in Semi-Final
Top-Five for Aron, Top-10 for Lee in Dramatic Formula Ford Festival
WEST KINGSDOWN, England (October 25, 2020) – WEST KINGSDOWN, England (October 25, 2020) – This weekend’s 49th annual BRSCC Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch truly lived up to expectations as a trio of young Americans played their part in providing some exceptional racing action in extremely tricky conditions.
Bryce Aron, from Winnetka, Ill., looked set for at least a podium finish in his Team USA Scholarship/Low Dempsey Ray. The 17-year-old ran strongly in third place until being elbowed down to fifth following a late-race Safety Car interruption. - Team USA Scholarship
Formula Ford Festival Semi-Final Podium Interview
Bryce qualifies on pole at Champion of brands GP
Pole, near record Fast Lap, 2nd place
Qualified on pole over the reigning (2019) and previous (2018) Formula Ford Festival winners.
2nd Place finish.
Fastest lap of the race
Narrowly missed the track record (0.050)
Bryce Moves into 2nd place in the castle combe championship standings
2nd Place, 2nd Place, Fast Lap Race 2
Bryce took two second place finishes and fast lap.
Currently the only driver in the Castle Combe Championship with 2 Fast Laps.
Bryce Brings home win, pole, fastest lap Both races and nears track record
Read more about Bryce's win and near record setting pace his first time driving on the undulating 18 turn Cadwell Park track, fondly referred to as "the Mini-Nürburgring." Thank you to everyone at Low Dempsey Racing, Cliff Dempsey, MPEC/NAPA and Imperial Motors Jaguar.
Bryce Brings home 2nd Place, 3rd Place and FAST LAP at castle combe after fierce battles with Cooper and Fisher
The 2020 Premier Financial Planning Castle Combe FF1600 championship Series frontrunners, Cooper and Fisher, found a third driver, Bryce, had "joined their party."
In race 1 Bryce battled hard with Fisher, ultimately passing him to take 2nd place in what was termed "a brave around-the-outside manoeuvre at Quarry with just a couple tours remaining..."
Race 2 was similarly very close. Well stated by the FF1600 Website article about Aron, Cooper and Fisher "The three covered by little more than a cigarette paper... Cooper led Fisher across the line by just 0.126s, while Aron completed the podium for Low Dempsey Racing just a smidge further back-all three covered by less than three-tenths."
Bryce nabbed Fast Lap of Race 2 with a 1:10.765.
After a fun day of intense battles, Bryce is hungry for more and thankful to Low Dempsey Racing as well as his sponsors MPEC/NAPA and Imperial Motors Jaguar.
2020 U.K. National Championship
Bryce Battles for Top 5 During opening round at oulton park
Turn up your volume!
Bryce Picked as Motorsport News top 10 most promising drivers for 2020
2019 Final FRP Pro Standings
3rd Place 1st year in cars
Bryce had a great transition to cars. As the youngest and least experienced driver in the pro series Bryce was a quick study, making the most of every opportunity. In one season Bryce went from keeping up with the lead pack to leading the pack. Bryce delivered consistent podium finishes which increased in number greatly by the end of the season. Bryce ended the United States Pro F1600 Series in 3rd place by a margin of almost 200 points over the next competitor. Thank you to everyone at K-Hill Motorsports for their outstanding driver development.