Home Town Roots Keep Kyle Brinkmann On Track
Kyle Brinkmann Racing (KBR) has grown and remained successful over the years by providing return on investment for their partners and a sense of community with their fans.
From their humble go kart beginings to their current 2.4L dirt midget car operation KBR has stayed on track by leveraging social media and one to one communication.
Being active in his community as well as at the track has made Kyle a fan favorite over the years. Creating Racing for Food at the age of nine, Kyle raised over 1,000 lbs of food for the local Walworth County Food Pantry. Kyle's involvement in the St. Baldrick's Association helped raise funding for the awareness of childhood cancer. Recently Kyle was accepted as a member of Driven 2 Save Lives. The campaign is focused on organ donation by signing your driver's license to be a donor. Driven 2 Save Lives honors the life of midget race car driver Brian Clauson.
It is very important to meet with your fan base routinely and then follow up on those relationships via fan pages and social media. KBR is best known for their aggressive off season show tour and creative use of social media to drive traffic to their partner's products and services.
Born September 1994
Hometown Elkhorn WI
High School: Elkhorn HS
Graduate: University of Wisconsin -Platteville
Badger Kart Club: 2 JR. Cycle Sprint 2006/ 2007 (1) Win
Central States Super Cups: Rookie of the Year 2008 (2) wins
Central States Super Cups: Wisconsin State Champion 2009 (5) wins, (3) Poles
USST Truck Series: Finished 9th in Points 2010
ASA Truck Series: Finished 6th in Points 2011
TUNDRA Series Late models: 2012
Attended college to gain Engineering degree 2013-2017
BMARA Micro Series: Finished 9th in debut on dirt 2017
BMARA Midget Series: Rookie contender 2018