With a European sportscar program already confirmed for 2023, American Bryson Morris is set to compete on both sides of the pond with his confirmation to join Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport. Leveling up from his Vice-Championship in the F4 United States Championship in 2022, Morris will have his eyes on the prize in 2023 as he competes in the FR Americas Championship Powered by Honda.
With three wins and nine podium results in 2022, Morris has proven that he is ready for the next step in his career and will make that jump with the same program that he competed with last season.
“Late is better than never,” exclaimed Morris. “While the confirmation of an open wheel race program in 2023 is later than I would have liked, I am happy to stay part of the Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport family this coming season and look forward to helping them find their way back to the top of the championship points table in the FR class.”
Morris continued, “The goal is simple, win. Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport is known for winning, and I am confident with the people and program that I have around me, I will be able to add to my results resume and provide them with the results that they expect and deserve as a team.”
With the opening rounds of the FR Americas Championship Powered by Honda set for this weekend, Bryson Morris will take to the track at the famed NOLA Motorsports Park Thursday for pre-event testing before official action continues throughout the weekend. You can follow all the official qualifying and race action at www.SpeedTour.tv.
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