Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Sprints 2020 Season coming together with more races and venues!

The AVBBSS 2020 schedule is coming together nicely and promises to be an exciting season.  The 2019 season had Non-Winged Sprints returning to Winchester Speedway after a lengthy sprint car absence.  The 2020 season will have the Winged Sprints returning to another historic track that has also had a long absence of sprint cars.   AVBBSS will be teaming up again with King of the Wing for races in Florida, and Colorado, just as we did last year, as well [...]

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SANTOS III AVOIDS DISASTER TO WIN KERN KING OF THE WING EVENT

By Special Guest Writer David Sink. November 9, 2019 – Bakersfield, California – Bobby Santos III avoided a near disaster and captured his seventh consecutive King of the Wing feature Saturday night at Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield, California in front of a healthy crowd. The seven race streak dates back to 2018. Santos III started in the sixth position and remained patient in the early laps of the race. After taking the third position away from Audra Sasselli, Santos [...]

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Bobby Santos III Dominates the 2019 Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Sprints Season!

Sadly the 2019 season has come to an end, the season had 78 different drivers, with 84 different cars, competing both Winged and Non-Winged, at 10 different tracks, for an exciting season that saw the biggest names in Sprint Car racing. The Winged Season had races at 5 Flags Speedway in Florida, Montgomery Motor Speedway in Alabama, Colorado National Speedway, and New Paris Speedway.  There was date canceled at Baer Field Motor Sports Park.  The Overall Winged Champion with four wins [...]

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Kody Swanson wins Berlin after waiting out the weather

The extreme heat gave way Saturday to rain showers at Berlin Raceway. The original start time was moved back an hour in anticipation of the extreme heat that has covered the region this past week. The rain started moving in about 330 and lasted about 4 hours pushing the start of the entire program back another two hours to about 930. 16 of the 18 sprint cars held out for the first non-winged race at Berlin in 25 years. Starting [...]

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