HIGH PERFORMANCE MOTORCYCLES ARE THEIR PASSION
In 1980 George Bryce and his wife Jackie founded Star Racing to support the motorcycle drag racing community. Their high performance motorcycle company has evolved into a successful mail-order parts business.
BIO - George Bryce
For over four decades, George Bryce has been the dynamic force behind the exciting NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle series. Starting out as the owner/rider/tuner of the Star Racing machines, Bryce garnered enough knowledge in all three areas to become the most sought after man in the business today. He is credited with developing more talent than any other team owner in the history of the sport. Against all odds, and with naysayers at every turn George took a raw, untested Angelle Seeling and turned her into the most victorious female racer in NHRA history. He has had similar experiences with nearly a dozen other riders.
Untiring in his winning effort, George Bryce is widely acclaimed for his ability to manage all aspects of a successful racing operation. Melding the psychological and physical has made him indispensable to potential professional racers.
In 1980 George and his wife, Jackie Bryce founded Star Racing and in the 40 years since have positioned the business as a premier motorcycle racing and R&D facility, with engine building, machine shop services, four dynos, a Spintron, CNC machine and a highly successful mail-order parts business. Among other things, George is team coach and head tuner. To date has won six NHRA national championships and 80 event wins as a rider, owner, or crew chief in 149 final rounds of competition.
George Bryce is semi retired residing in Hendersonville, TN along with his wife Jackie. George still is designing camshafts and pistons.
He currently shares is knowledge every Tuesday on Facebook Live, Tech Talk Tuesday. It is also on the Star Racing YouTube channel.
Star Racing and George Bryce Professional Highlights:
6 NHRA Pro Stock motorcycle championships (1990, 1992, 1995, 2000, 2001, and 2002)
For 13 consecutive seasons, from 1990 to 2002, Bryce's teams won the No. 1 or 2 plates in NHRA championship point standings
Former team owner for Angelle Sampey, the winningest female racer in NHRA history with 41 national event wins (second only to Dave Schultz's 45)
Quickest pass in Pro Stock motorcycle history at 2006 Sonoma national event with No. 1 qualifier of 6.91 e.t.
81 NHRA national event wins with 10 different riders (George Bryce, John Myers, Angelle Sampey, Fred Collis, Reggie Showers, Matt Smith, Chip Ellis, Peggy Llewellyn, Chris Rivas and Michael Ray)
89 No. 1 qualifying positions
159 final rounds with 13 riders (George Bryce, John Myers, Angelle Sampey, Jim Bernard, Steve Johnson, Fred Collis, Reggie Showers, Chip Ellis, Matt Smith, Peggy Llewellyn, Chris Rivas, Scotty Pollacheck, Michael Ray and Cory Reed)