Thoughts of Kevin Feeney  

It is with a heavy heart and many tears that I share the passing of my best friend Bob Herrick. He has been taken from us all to soon but I trust god has a bigger plan for him. He always had a heart of gold and willing to lend a hand to anyone and will truly be missed. Bob was strong spirited right up to the end and passed peacefully. There will not be an immediate service however a memorial service will be planned in the near future for friends and family.

Our thoughts and prayers are also with the family of Vance Weedon, another good friend that we lost yesterday after a heroic fight.

It has been a rough start to the new year and I can only have comfort in the fact that God must be building one hell of a new race team!

Please keep the families of Bob Herrick, Bev Lower and Vance Weedon in your thoughts and prayers!

Gods speed my friends!!! 

Hoosier Racing Tire Will Continue Successful Partnership with Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Sprints and King of Wing in 2015 Helberg Wraps Up King of the Wing
Title with Kern County Victory

CASSOPOLIS, Mich. (December 12, 2014) – The most powerful name in short track racing tires, Hoosier Racing Tires, will continue its successful partnership with the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Sprints (AVBBSS) and King of the Wing Sprint Car Shootout for the 2015 racing season.

Hoosier Racing Tire has been the official tire of the AVBBSS since Michigan Short Track Legend Gary Fedewa earned the initial pavement series victory in May of 1997 at Auto City Speedway in Clio, Mich. Since that initial event, Hoosier has helped provide some of the best Sprint Car Racing in the country. During the early portion of the partnership, Hoosier and AVBBSS developed the right rear tire that is continued to be utilized by many Pavement Sprint Car series today.

In 2014, Jason Blonde earned his fifth AVBBSS championship. He wrapped up the title with earning the victory in the season finale at Sandusky (OH) Speedway in September. Other drivers to record wins included California's Jo Jo Helberg (6), Florida's Troy DeCaire (2), Canada's Ryan Litt (1), Ohio's Jimmy McCune (1) and Indiana's Aaron Pierce (1).   Full Story


BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (November 23, 2014) –
Jo Jo Helberg won his second consecutive main event and fourth of the series to cap off the King of the Wing Sprint Car Shootout Championship at Kern County (CA) Raceway Park on Sunday, November 23.

Helberg grabbed the lead at the drop of the green flag in the 40-lap feature. He led the entire distance with Aaron Pierce crossing the finish line in second spot. Bobby Santos finished in third spot with David Byrne and Sierra Jackson rounding out the top five.

In preliminary action, heat race victories were earned by Helberg, Pierce and Jackson. In qualifying, Helberg turned the fastest lap at 14.296 seconds.

November 11 King of Wing Sprint Car Shoot Out to Air on MAVTV