DIRT: Race Review: Cromwell Claims 2015 Jayhusker Series Outlaw Championship

Huntersville, N.C. (September 23, 2015) – What did you achieve when you were 11 years old? Do you even remember when you were 11 years old? Chances are you didn’t do anything worth noting, and that’s pretty normal. Braydon Cromwell, he isn’t “normal”, he is something special, very special. At just 11 years old, Cromwell, a Missouri native is a Jayhusker Series Outlaw Champion.

The 2015 Jayhusker Series Outlaw Championship is the biggest of Cromwell’s career. Joining forces with NASCAR driver Joey Coulter and his CIV Driver Optimization helped propel the young hotshoe to four feature wins, 11 heat wins and multiple top-five and top-10 finishes this season.

“It was a great season,” Cromwell said. “I can’t thank everyone that has helped me achieve my goals. Every week we had a chance to win, and that makes this all a lot of fun. I can’t wait until next season.”

Cromwell will continue to race in the Midwestern United States next season with his family owned team. He will also continue his work with NASCAR’s Joey Coulter both on and off the track. The future is bright for the Missouri native, and the best is yet to come!

This season Cromwell’s No. 4 Micro Sprint received support from Helt’s Turf Farms, Kid DynaMite Apparel, COLD HARD ART, Donnell’s Motorcycles, Oktane Visual, Schure Built Suspensions, Lemco Sales and Service, Alliance Racewear, Russell Karting, Nathan Benson Motorsports, Spicer Racecraft, and CIV Driver Optimization.
For more information about Cromwell, please visit his website, “like” him onFacebook, and follow him on Twitter.