Bryce Bezanson

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Bryce is an 18-year-old racer from Snohomish WA. Bryce started racing quarter midgets in 2014 winning Rookie of the Year honors in his first year of competition. In 2015 through 2017 he won multiple races, fast times and Club Series Championships racing in a variety of different QMA classes. In 2017 he competed in both regional and national race venues with the QMA and captured another Club Series Championship in Heavy Animal. In 2018 Bryce competed in both the 600 Micro Sprint and INEX Legend Cars in the Northwest and was signed by Race Face Brand Development in their Race Face NEXT program. In October of 2018, the decision was made to move up to the Super Late Model program after Bryce had a successful test with NASCAR Development Team Jefferson Pitts racing. In 2019 Bryce competed in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Late Model Series at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington.   For the 2020 racing season, Bryce competed in the Northwest Super Late Model Series with Jefferson Racing.  Bryce finished the season with a win at the famed Turkey Shoot at Tucson Speedway, 5 top 5 finishes and 6 top 10 finishes.  

In 2021 Bryce will return to the Northwest Super Late Model Series and will run select Super Late Model races in the Pacific Northwest.

AGE: 18

RESIDES: Snohomish WA.

RACE SERIES: Northwest Super Late Model Series

HOBBIES: Golf, Basketball


“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”
 - Philippians 4:13



Northwest Super Late Models / Super Late Models

•  1st place finish - Turkey Shoot at Tucson Speedway
•  5 Top 5 Finishes in Northwest Super Late Models
•  6 Top 10s in 10 starts Northwest Super Late Models
•  7th Tri-County Speedway / North Carolina
•  12th 2020 Chilly Willy Tucson Speedway SLM


Evergreen Speedway Super Late Model Series

•  1 top 5 out of 13 starts
•  7 top 10s out of 13 starts
•  Rookie of the Year at Evergreen Speedway


Legend Cars Young Lions

•  6 Heat Race Wins
•  4 A-Main Wins
•  1 Trophy Dash Win
•  2018 Young Lions Champion
•  Super Late Model Test with JPR


Club Series Championship

•  1st Heavy Animal
•  2nd Heavy 16
•  2nd Heavy World Formula

2017 Cont...

Club Series Championship

•  Fast Time and Track Record in Heavy Animal
•  2nd Heavy Animal
•  3rd Heavy 160

Region Series Championship

•  Fast Time and Track Record in Heavy Animal - Yakima
   Region Race
•  2nd Heavy Animal
•  3rd Heavy 160
•  3rd Heavy World Formula


Club Series Championship

•  3rd Heavy 160
•  3rd Light World Formula


Club Series Championship

•  1st Senior Honda
•  4th Light 160


Club Series Championship

•  Rookie of the Year
•  3rd Senior Honda



Our mission is to promote the great sport of racing and the opportunities it presents to people of all ages, especially children. Along the way we will help our driver, Bryce Bezanson, work towards his goals and dreams of a racing career at the highest level he can achieve. But what we hope people will see when they spend time with us, is a team that knows how to have fun, competing with integrity, character, and sportsmanship. 

The Bryce Bezanson Racing Partners & Series

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Owner Jeff Jefferson, 3-time NASCAR Northwest Touring Series Champion & NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Championship Crew Chief, brings 25+ years of experience in every facet of racing.  From driving to chassis building to race car set up to crew chief duties, Jeff has the experience to guide young drivers to compete at the NASCAR K&N level and beyond. "Our goal is to put together good finishes and let the results and points speak for themselves".


Race Face Brand Development was established to assist and train young auto racing drivers to create and promote their own unique brand. RFBD also is involved in the strategy to help young drivers reach the next steps in their racing careers by working with some of the top developmental programs in the country. 

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The Northwest Super Late Model Series started in 2014 with the collaboration of Wenatchee, Yakima and Hermiston promoter's getting together to form one set of rules and pay . The year was a success having over 70 different drivers from various tracks and series competing for over 16000.00 dollars in purse money per race. The Schedule consisted of 4 races at each track producing 10 different winners out of the 11 races. Our average car count at each race was 20 cars with our best coming at the fall classic were we had 46 super late models with 36 of them starting the main event.

From 2014-18 the series has competed at tracks located in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Montana with Wenatchee Valley Super Oval holding the record for hosting an event each of the first five years of competition. The 2019 season is going to be an exciting one for the NWSLMS as the series returns to Walden-family operated Hermiston Raceway for the first time since 2015.