In addition to his full-time schedule behind the wheel of KBM’s No. 4 Tundra in 2016, Bell will run a select schedule of races behind the wheel of the team’s No. 51 Late Model as well as a limited schedule of open-wheel dirt races.

Christopher Bell Career Highlights


  • Claimed his first career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) victory at Eldora Speedway in just his third series start
  • Recorded one win, 111 laps led, two top-five and three top-10 finishes across seven NCWTS starts
  • Collected six victories in 15 starts behind the wheel of KBM’s No. 51 Late Model, including his first marquee win when he led 203 of 250 laps of the prestigious Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway
  • Made two NASCAR K&N Pro Series starts, including a fifth-place finish in the East-West combination race at Iowa Speedway
  • On dirt, collected six POWRi Midget wins, two USAC National Midget wins, one USAC Silver Crown win and also collected his second career World of Outlaws Sprint Car triumph


  • Collected an amazing 27 feature wins while competing in 108 events between Midgets (18 wins), Winged Sprint Cars (seven wins), Non-Winged Sprint Cars (one win) on dirt and Late Models (one win) on pavement
  • In just his fourth career Late Model start, outdueled second-generation NASCAR driver John Hunter Nemechek to win the Orange County 150 Pro All Star Series (PASS) South Super Late Model race at Orange County Speedway
  • With a win in the prestigious 98-lap Turkey Night Grand Prix USAC Midget race at Perris Auto Speedway, etched his name along open-wheel legends A.J. Foyt (1960-61), Parnelli Jones (1964 and 1966) and Tony Stewart (2000), who all picked up a Turkey Night win in their careers
  • Scored his first career World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series win at Jacksonville Speedway
  • Named the “Top Gun of the Year” for second consecutive season


  • Scored six Midget wins and seven additional podiums on dirt while adding one Midget win on pavement
  • United States Auto Club (USAC) National Midget Champion
  • Named USAC Midget Rookie of the Year
  • Named the “Top Gun of the Year”