When the late Bryan Clauson’s name was called for induction into this year’s class of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, his fiancé Lauren Stewart was among those who wasn’t expecting it.
A year may seem like an eternity for some, but for me it feels like it was yesterday that in a night 365 days ago, two lives changed forever.
Thursday afternoon’s groundbreaking for the Bryan Clauson Suite Tower located at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum was considered a success by event organizers.
The Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions will enter its ninth year with a field of 20 former VIROC winners, owner champion choices and Chili Bowl driver champions set for the 20-lap shootout.
As I sat here in my office on Monday, trying to allow myself to grapple with Bryan Clauson’s untimely death at just 27 years of age, there were just so many thoughts running through my head.
New Jersey’s New Egypt Speedway will celebrate late USAC champion Bryan Clauson’s legacy during their racing program on Saturday, Aug. 13.
If there ever was a modern-day badass in the United States Auto Club … a driver who hearkened back to the times when A.J. Foyt would run anything, anytime, anywhere … Bryan Clauson was it.
Motorsports Madness will offer memories and thoughts on the career and life of the late three-time USAC National Champion Bryan Clauson on a special edition of the two-hour program, tonight at 7 p.m. ET on the Performance Motorsports Network.
Following a crash at Saturday’s Belleville Midget Nationals in Kansas, three-time USAC national drivers’ champion and three-time Indianapolis 500 starter Bryan Clauson has died of his injuries at the age of 27.
Bryan Clauson’s magical 2016 season found the way to victory lane again on Wednesday night, as he became the first two-time winner of the Chad McDaniel Memorial for the USAC National Midget Championship at Solomon Valley Raceway.
Bryan Clauson banked $10,000 for winning Sunday night’s Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network feature at Badlands Motor Speedway.
Bryan Clauson overcame an engine change, fought lingering mental uncertainty, and when all was said and done, he took home the trophy from Saturday night’s 40 for Shorty USAC National Midget Series feature at Riverside Int’l Speedway.