|0 Kyle Bond|| ||Updated by Driver: 6/5/2012|
Edited by Staff: 6/5/2012
| ||Hometown: Gibbon, NE|
Email Address: email@example.com
Marital Status: Engaged - Joann Ash
Children: Paige - 11, Wade - 8 Brady - 5
Job: Street Rod Builder
Year Started Racing: 1987
Total Years Racing: 11
Racing Hero: Steve Kinser and John Force
|Year/Make/Model: 1987 Chevy Monte Carlo|
Motor: Chevy 350
Owner: Kyle Bond
Crew Chief: Scott Manfull
Crew: Scott Manful, Jo Ann Ash-Bond, Tyler & Kyle Smith, Matt Chopplin, Jason Wilke.
Sponsors & Support: Brenden & Jim Eilts, Tyler Andreasen Racing, Lonnie Greuter, Scott Manful, F/X Suspensions, Wade Cross, Dennis Egge, Josh Leonard Graffix, Rick & Steph Brown, B&M Huskerland Garage Doors, Shannon Manfull Plumbing, Tim Miller, Branden Stange. These people have been so helpful. Thank you all!
|Boone Speedway (IA) - Hobby Stock #0|
Dawson County Raceway (NE) - Hobby Stock #0
Eagle Raceway (NE) - Hobby Stock #0
Junction Motor Speedway (NE) - Hobby Stock #0
Lincoln County Raceway (NE) - Hobby Stock #0
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|2006 - Tied for 3rd in National Rookie Points.|
2008 - 5th in Hobby National Points, Nebraska State Points Championship, Dawson County Raceway Points Championship, Mid-Nebraska Speedway Points Championship, State Fair NAPA Race of Champions win, 16 Feature wins and 32 Top 5's in 52 starts.
2009 - Raced a Plymouth Duster with 360 Chrysler with 8 Feature wins.
2010 - Sat out the season.
2011 - Built #36 Jeremy Trompke tribute car in memory of our buddy we lost at age 36. Raced at Mid-Nebraska Speedway and other tracks, accumulated 8 wins, qualified 21st at the Boone Supernationals, and McCool 100 win.
| Career Summary|
|I started racing Bombers in 1987 when I was 16, but didn't do very well. After sitting out a few seasons, I then won several Features in 1992 when I raced Bombers again in a 77 Monte Carlo with a 406 as #00. I built the body molds to start up the class of the Classic Superwides in Lexington and won 13 out of 16 starts in that class in 1994. I then went professional drag racing for several years in an 8-second 34 Ford Coupe in a National Circuit, including Vegas and Indianapolis. After that I raced a NASCAR asphalt Late Model in Myrtle Beach and Florence, SC. In 2006 after a 12-year stretch of not racing dirt, I built a Hobby Stock. I have been racing that class ever since. I build, fabricate, and maintain my car myself.|
| Racing Goals|
|We are hoping to clinch our second Mid-Nebraska Speedway Championship this season, and hopefully make a strong run at the Boone IMCA Supernationals in September.|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|My shop is in Gibbon, Nebraska, where I have a street rod business. In my street rod shop, I manufacture six styles of 1930's Ford fiberglass bodies and turn-key hot rods. I own Gibbon Fiberglass Reproductions, Bodies by Bond, and Team Zero Racing. I also do full custom street rod paint and interiors. My racing shop is at my home in Gibbon where we build our car and maintain our racing program. This year I have my buddy Tyler Smith as my newest teammate. He is racing the number 2 Hobby Stock, which is my home built first year car previously raced by Jim Rayburn. Good luck Tyler!|