From Must-See Racing
Holly, MI — Bobby Santos III will be competing in the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series “King of The Wings” at the high banks of Winchester Speedway on Sunday May 15th. He will be piloting a BioBasedUS/Suellen Wilshe owned winged pavement sprint car at his first MSRXSS event.
Bobby Santos III is a third generation driver, who has been racing since he was four years old. After running part-time in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour since 2004, this past season Santos took home the prestigious 2010 Championship adding to his impressive resume of big time event victories and championships in different racing formats.
Santos will join BioBased US teammate Jason Blonde, who recently set a new world’s speed record at Bristol Motor Speedway and a host of top notch drivers including Canada’s Ryan Litt, Travis Miniea, 2010 series champion Troy DeCaire, veterans Jeff Bloom and Hank Lower, local favorite Aaron Pierce, Jacob Wilson, Tim Cox, Jason Cox, Jimmy McCune, Dave Baumgartner, Mike Larrison, Billy Wease, California’s Jo Jo Helberg, Kyle Flint, Ron Kohler, Jerry Caryer, Tom Tolbert, rookie Kyle Wiegand and others.
Must See Racing founder Jim Hanks commented “ Bobby is a great talent from a family rich in racing tradition and history. He is a winner on and off the track, in fact, one of the best racing talents anywhere. All of us at Must See are extremely proud of the quality of each and every one of our race teams and we couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Bobby into the series.”
Hanks continued “This is going to be an awesome event. It’s got every element a race fan could ask for, great drivers, top shelf equipment, wheel to wheel racing with the World’s Fastest Short Track Cars on the ultra fast and intimidating high banks of Winchester Speedway.”
Fans will get up close and personal meeting the drivers at the autograph session, sit in the MSRXSS show car, have a chance to win a Dave Argabright autographed book or win the race fan contest grand prize – a day driving a real sprint car. Give aways for fans will be in the new Must See Racing fan concourse.
Must See Racing events can be seen on cable and satellite television nationally, on a tape delayed basis, with Rick Benjamin, Dave Argabright and Tom Bigelow bringing race fans all the action. Go to mustseeracing.com for information and announcements about the 2011 Must See Racing race teams, schedule, special show car appearances and the television broadcasts schedule.