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Gossel is the owner and driver of the #6G Sprint car and participates in
the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) and National Champion Racing
Association (NCRA). Bryan’s home track is the paved Colorado National
Speedway in Erie Colorado.
is the proud business owner of BG Automotive INC. Fort Collins, CO.
team for 6G are: Cendi (Bryan’s wife) Nate Edwards, Royce Payton (Custom
Design), Travis Birkett, Marc Gossel, Jerry Gossel – AKA Dad.
started his auto racing career in 1993 in the Super Stock Class dirt class
at the Rocky Mountain National Speedway (RMNS) and immediately had a
passion for the sport at the age of 16. His first win was in 2000 in the
Super Stock Class at I-76 Speedway. Career highlights include – in 1995
Bryan raced a self- built 86 Ford T-Bird and raced it on Pavement and
Dirt the same night. Bryan has success stories by starting “tail-back” in
the feature events and finishing as the winner.
most exciting racing moment for Bryan was first time driving a Sprint
car. The thrill of racing for Bryan is “driving it in deep” and feel the
car stick and come off the turn.
is proud of his effort being part a winning team after starting at the
entry level classes of racing and moving up to Sprint Cars. In 2007 Bryan
won his first Sprint feature at Colorado National.
Gosssel Racing has had a season for the books a Struggle and
stumble lost 2 motors the first weekend. So the trip back to
I-80 was shortened so drive all night back to Colorado finish
the Pavement Sprinter to race at Colorado National Speedway only
to have that motor brake a rod in hotlaps! We ordered a new Dart
little M . Back to the Machine shop "All Pro" Denver Co. Races
the next race with the Super Mod. At CNS Bryan and Nick Haygood
start on the tail let the show begin! Bryan races to 3rd with
Him and Nick swapping the who's going to the front ! Bryans car
went to the Loose side while passing another racer he puts a
dirt slide job on him ! after the races the fans flock to the
pits and tell Bryan that slide job tires smokin was worth the
price of the admission to watch you pull that off!
Back to CNS Pavement The crew gets the chassis right for the
heat and Bryan checks out on the Supers heat. Main event time
Gossel Check out for several laps when the Motor tune changes
pulls the 6G Sprinter in Don't need to buy another Motor .
Put the Motor in the Dirt Sprinter for the 9-11 and Eagle
races in Nebraska. Rained out on Fri. Check in at the Nebraska
Cup, Eagle,Ne with 52 ASCS Sprinters ! Now all the Champions
show up for this race! Bryan goes out for hot laps lookin good
hooks a rut in turn 1-2 and on his side he lands ! Safety crew
sets him on his wheels and push the 6G back to the pits New wing
and get ready for the heat. Just miss the transfer spot to the
A. B main race the 6G gets racey going to the front Motor Drops
Now what can be Said !
the love , the fans , everyone involved, It is just Racing, I
was told by Duane Sweeney Indy Flag Man after my first crash "If
you don't expect it go home and don't come back" We are still
racing hero is Marlon Jones - Sioux Falls, SD a 33-year veteran of the
team for 2008 is pursuing a challenging Sprint car season of racing. The
events included both pavement and dirt tracks throughout the Midwest.
Favorite racing websites are
Bryan Gossel drives the #6G Sprint Class
car. His home track is Colorado National Speedway but he can also
be found racing at Midwest ASCS - NCRA and Rocky Mountain ASCS. He
lives in Ft. Collins, CO.
Team members helping Bryan are:
Nate Edwards, Royce Payton - Custom Design, Travis Birkett, Cendi -
wife, Marc Gossel, Gerry Gossel - Dad.
Bryan started racing in 1993 in the
Super Stock Class at RMNS because he loved it! His first win was
in 2000 in the Super Stock Class at I-76 Speedway. Career
highlights include 1995 raced the Ford T-Bird that he built on Pavement
and Dirt the same night. Starting last in the B Main finishing
4th, transferred to the A Main, 11 on 8" slick pavement tires and a 2
In 2007 Bryan won his first Sprint
feature at Colorado National on Sept 22.
The thrill of racing for Bryan is haul'n
into the turn and feel the car stick and come off the turn. His
most exciting racing moment was first time driving a Sprint car.
He's most proud of his success and moving up to higher levels of racing.
Bryan's racing hero is Marlon Jones -
Sioux Falls, SD and he's making a living at it!
Of racing, Bryan says, "Good family
sport, fun, safe and exciting!".
His favorite racing websites are