Saw this in a UNLV article today. It appears as if Bryce has signed on with Travis Pastrana's racing team to run in the Global RallyCross events in '13. Its a good fit for both as Bryce is also backed by Red Bull and has been a Dodge driver for some time as well.
It will be interesting to see how the GRC schedule fits with his short-course and desert racing schedule and if there is a conflict, which one gets dropped (I'm betting GRC). Certainly the Menzies have the financial backing to support his effort and put him near the top of the field in terms of on site resources. Bryce is no slouch behind the wheel either with time spent at O'Neil's Rallyschool and being declared one of the best drivers to come through that facility by its lead instructor. It will be interesting to see what a full season (or nearly so) of time behind the wheel of the GRC Dodge Dart at a primarily an asphalt based series (if its in any way similar to the courses set up in '12) will produce for Bryce.
The other interesting part here is Bryce's interest in the Dakar. Given that the winners (car and bike), on a combined points basis, of the Baja 500 and Reno 500 later this year will receive a free entry to the '14 Dakar for the first time, I'm betting that this is what Bryce is aiming for. Additionally, I'm sure Red Bull would be a big fan of his entrance into the Dakar as a young, up and coming American racer. Regardless, it should be a busy year for the Menzies crew trying to support a short course, SCORE, BITD, and now GRC efforts (with Dakar possibly thrown in for S's and giggles). You certainly can fault them for sitting on their laurels!