Kaylee Bryson is a 17-year-old Native American racecar driver from Muskogee, Oklahoma. Kaylee started racing winged karts in 2010 when she was just 8 years old. Since then she has always had a love for racing and a dream of being a professional racecar driver. In her first two and a half years of racing winged karts (2010-May 2012) she accumulated 50 total wins. In June of 2012, she made the transition to Restrictor Micro-Sprint Cars. Throughout 2013-2015, Kaylee continued her winning ways and won a total of 16 races in Restrictor Micro-Sprint Car ranks. Highlights include; 2013 Preliminary Non-Wing Nationals win, 2014 Memorial Day Championship, 2014 Donnie Ray Crawford Memorial Champion, 2014 Oklahoma Grand Prix Champion, 2015 Tulsa Shootout Champion (second female in history to win a Golden Driller), 2015 Red Dirt Nationals Champion, 2015 Twister Nationals Champion.
In 2016, Kaylee ran just two Restrictor Micro-Sprint Car races which resulted in two wins early in the season. She moved up to A-Class and Outlaw Micro-Sprint Cars and claimed multiple top three, top five, and top ten finishes. She claimed the 2016 Port City Raceway A-Class Rookie of the Year and Points Championship honors.
The 2017 race season brought two A Feature wins, including the Donnie Ray Crawford Memorial Championship and her first Outlaw Micro-Sprint A Feature win in Shawnee, Oklahoma. 2018 has yet to see a win, but multiple top three, top five, and top ten finishes to the books. Kaylee also made her rookie start at The Chili Bowl Nationals in January 2018, and she attended the Cory Kruseman Sprint Car and Midget Driving School.