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Bryce Selected to Compete for $200,000 Road to Indy Scholarship

November 15th, 2018

November 15th, 2018

Bryce was recently selected as a participant in this year’s Mazda Road to Indy $200,000 Scholarship Shootout. Hundreds of drivers from 20 open-wheel championships, on six continents, competed for the opportunity to win an invitation to the MRTI Shootout. The winner will be crowned next month in Phoenix, Arizona. The winner will drive away with a $200,000 scholarship to the first level of the Indy Car Ladder System, USF2000.

Mazda Road to Indy Website

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Bryce Cornet Crowned 2018 SCCA National Champion

October 21st, 2018

Sonoma, California


The 55th running of the SCCA Championship Runoffs took place this past week in Sonoma, California at Sonoma Raceway. This 2.52 mile circuit challenges drivers with its intense elevation and high speed, high risk corners. This event also brought the best Formula Mazda drivers from North America to compete against one another.

Bryce entered his first ever SCCA National Championship Runoffs weekend leading the SCCA Super Tour points Championship with six wins and three track records. Entering the weekend Bryce new he would be challenged by Jarrett Voorhies, as well as previous SCCA Runoffs Champions, Mike Anderson, Melvin David Kemper Jr., and Bill Weaver.

Jumping into qualifying on Thursday, Cornet secured pole position and the Tire Rack Pole Award. Starting Pole, Bryce jumped out to an early lead, but a first corner incident brought out a full course caution bunching the pack back up for a restart. Cornet would be challenged by Mike Anderson into turn one and two on the restart, but Bryce would hold firm and begin going to work gapping the field.

Bryce in the Texas Autosports Formula Mazda took the checkered flag on lap 20 by a margin of 18.8 seconds to second place to be named the 2018 Formula Mazda SCCA National Champion.

“Thank you to all who have supported me and my racing this year; my Mom, Dad, and Aunt, friends, Texas Autosports, Formula Mazda, Wild Range Media, 405 Brewing, SPJ Electric, Verra Industrial Automation, Mazda, and Goodyear Tires. The list is so big. At the start of the year, I was unsure I would even be able to make the first race at COTA in March. Through massive amounts of support and hard work, we made to each event and took the biggest win of the year. This is what we have worked towards all year. To win is something special.” – Bryce Cornet

Cornet has his eyes set on the 2019 season. Race Recap Article – Cornet secures first Runoffs win in Formula Mazda



SCCA National Championship Runoffs Live

October 17th, 2018

Bryce will be competing in the 55th running of the SCCA National Championship Runoffs in Sonoma, California in the Formula Mazda (FM) Category under the Texas Autosports tent. Check out the action all week live at SCCA Live!

Schedule as of today:

Wednesday: Qualifying 2, 5:30-6:30 P.M. Pacific

Thursday: Qualifying 3, 5:00-6:00 P.M. Pacific

Friday: Championship Race, 2:35 P.M. Pacific



2 FOR 2 – Sonoma Indy Car Weekend

October 17th, 2018

Bryce and the Texas Autosports/Formula Mazda team traveled to Sonoma , California for the NASA Formula Car Challenge Finale. Bryce was looking to get back behind the wheel after a two month break.

Practice on Friday saw Bryce getting acquainted with the track and dialing in the car. Bryce would lay down the fastest lap times in Formula Mazda in both practice sessions. His pace would continue into qualifying. Bryce would claim pole for the eighth time this season. After qualifying, Bryce would not look back, taking the win in both races on Saturday and Sunday taking the win total to eight and 10 Formula Mazda wins all-time since May of 2017.

Bryce and the team travels back to Sonoma in Mid-October for the SCCA National Championship Runoffs.

Current Formula Mazda Accolades

10 race wins (8 Consecutive)

3 Track Records (COTA, NOLA, Hallett)





Bryce Extends Win Streak to 8 at Hallett

April 28th, 2018

It was a home state race for Bryce as the third round of the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour touched down at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Jennings, Oklahoma. Picking up after a month break, Bryce was able to secure wins on both Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the wins, Bryce recorded his third consecutive track record in Sunday’s final race! Next on the calendar is Road America in June where Bryce seeks to go 10 for 10 and record 4 consecutive track records.

Photos by Trevor Rogers and Wild Range Media, LLC

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On Top in New Orleans

March 12th, 2018

After an amazing weekend in Austin, Texas for the first round of the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour, Bryce and Texas Autosports traveled down to New Orleans for the second round of the series. New Orleans Motorsports Park offers high speed and challenging corners that really pushes drivers to be on their game. Bryce picked up right where he left off as he picked up both wins Saturday and Sunday, and for the second race in a row grabbed track record.

Bryce’s thoughts via Instagram:

“So far 6 for 6 in Formula Mazda races! So thankful for the love and support from my family, the crew at Texas Autosports, and Formula Mazda!”

Bryce is still atop the points standings in the championship as Bryce and Texas Autosports head into round three at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in early April.



Live in New Orleans!

March 1st, 2018

March 2nd through the 4th is the second race of the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour at New Orleans Motorsports Park! Bryce will be behind the wheel of the #68 Texas Autosports Formula Mazda! Follow along with live audio, video, and timing throughout the weekend via the SCCA live link HERE!



Driven : The Bryce Cornet Story (TRAILER!)

February 22nd, 2018

Driven Teaser from NGP Film on Vimeo.


Two Wins & Track Record – Circuit of the Americas

February 22nd, 2018

February 3rd – 4th, 2018


It was an amazing weekend for Bryce Cornet as he claimed two more Formula Mazda race wins at the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). But the weekend was made even a little sweeter as Bryce clinched a new track record in the Formula Mazda category. “A huge thank you to my family, Texas Autosports, Formula Mazda, Wild Range Media and Zamp Helmets for the support!” – Bryce


Bryce travels next to New Orleans for the second race of the Hoosier Super Tour with hopes to continue the amazing pace.

Follow the journey on Instagram!

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First Open Wheel Race, First Win

September 4th, 2017

May 28th, Texas World Speedway SCCA Majors

Bryce competed in his first ever Open Wheel race at TWS for the SCCA Majors in the Formula Mazda category. Bryce was able to get acquainted with the car very quickly as he turned practice laps on Friday. From that point on Bryce showed no signs of letting up, capturing pole, race win, and fastest lap in race on both rounds on Saturday and Sunday. Bryce expressed his excitement through Facebook, “An absolutely amazing weekend!! Another pole and win today, sweeping the weekend!!  

Thank you to Texas Autosports and Moses Smith for all the help. This team is amazing and so much fun to be around at and away from the track. Thank you to my family and friends for all the support and love. So so thankful!”

Bryce is currently planning a full season in Formula Mazda and is gathering the support to do so.