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Driver: Bryant Marsh
Hometown: Corinth, Mississippi
DOB: 12-6-99
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 135 lbs
Marital Status: Single
Division: Crate Late Model
Years Racing: 9
Career Wins: 50 Plus (Go-Karts)
8 - Crate Late Model
Chassis: Rocket
Engine: Eagle Racing Engines
Team Owner: 316 Motorsports
Favorite Movie: Smokey and the Bandit
Favorite Food: Chicken Strips
Favorite Race Track: Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi)
Racing Hero: Jimmy Johnson
Most Memorable Moment: First Go-Kart win, which came at the age of ten in 2010 at Talladega Short Track (Eastaboga, Alabama)
Race Most Like to Win: Daytona 500
Crew Chief: Jonathan Marsh
Crew: Ricky Marsh, Eddie Joe Davis, Hunter Eaton
Brief History
Bryant started racing Go-Karts at the age of 10 in 2010. His first-ever race was at Whynot Motorsports Park (Whynot, Mississippi) during the Mississippi State Maxxis Series event. He had a top ten finish in his first outing. Bryant has won races at the top pro levels in Karting, including wins in the Pro Kart Tour, Mississippi State Maxxis Series, Twin State Series, O'Reilly Indoor Kart Nationals. In 2012 he swept the Mississippi State Maxxis Series winning every race in three divisions. He was the youngest to claim a pole award in the Adult Pro Class at 13-years-old in Dexter, Georgia.

Just when he really starts excelling at one level, Bryant always moves up to another level of racing, which is why he left karting at the age of 14 and started racing Dirt Late Models. In the 2014 season, Bryant had three top fives and four top tens in limited starts. His first race in 2015 he claimed an eighth place finish at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi).

Competing in a total of 25 events throughout his rookie Crate Late Model season, Bryant Marsh captured one feature victory in his first year behind the wheel of his Modern Woodmen #1 machine. With the rain affecting five of his scheduled dates, Marsh collected an impressive 14 Top 10 finishes on the year. He also notched 11 Top 5 outings during 2015 campaign.

Making his way to a total of events during the 2016 season, Bryant Marsh reeled in six feature wins. With the weather determining the outcome of four of his scheduled dates, Marsh collected 17 Top 10 finishes and 11 Top 5 outings. He was also named the NeSmith 2016 Sunoco Young Guns Challenge Champion.

The 2017 season saw Bryant Marsh compete in a total of 19 events while visiting victory lane one time at North Alabama Speedway (Tuscumbia, Alabama) in early September. Losing two of his scheduled dates to Mother Nature, Marsh collected 16 Top-10 outings and 11 Top-5 finishes.

Traveling to a total of 22 events during the 2018 season, Bryant Marsh scored one win aboard his Modern Woodmen #1 XR1 Rocket Chassis / Eagle Racing Engine Late Model at North Alabama Speedway (Tuscumbia, Alabama). With the weather determining the outcome of nine of his scheduled dates, Marsh collected nine Top-5 finishes.