While hoping to start off his 2018 campaign at Sauble Speedway on a high note, things did not go as planned this past Saturday night for Kevin Bridge.
Debuting a brand new No. 17 Honda Civic, Kevin Bridge was able to work out the bugs during practice to win the opening round of the Great Lakes Concrete Series at Sunset Speedway as part of the track’s Spring Velocity.
It came down to the wire, which kept it exciting for the fans as Kevin Bridge made the pass in the late stages on Warren Paxton to score the Spring Velocity feature win at Sunset Speedway.
The past two seasons have seen Kevin Bridge have some of the biggest success in his career to date, with back-to-back championships at Sauble Speedway. He is hoping to add another two titles by the year.
Although his focus may be on winning his third straight Mini Stock Championship at Sauble Speedway, Kevin Bridge is set to open his season early.
Despite battling engines issues late in the year and a wreck mid-season, Kevin Bridge did everything that he needed to do to be crowned the 2017 Sauble Speedway Mini Stock Champion, marking his second straight track title.
Despite running into some motor issues during the second half of the feature at Sauble Speedway, Kevin Bridge was able to hang in there for a top-five finish.
Kevin Bridge is getting things rolling the way he wants to at Sauble Speedway right now, as he scored his second straight feature victory this past weekend at the beach.
After bad luck plagued Kevin Bridge in his last time out at Sauble Speedway, he made up for it this past weekend as he scored his second feature victory of the 2017 season.
Unfortunately after picking up the win last weekend at Sauble Speedway, things did not go as planned this past Friday night for Kevin Bridge Racing.