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my countryUPDATE: Oil wash gray color added to "my country" t-shirt! 
Bobby debuted the new "my country" patriotic scheme at the World 100. It's now time to get your new "my country" apparel. A new t-shirt, men and women's hoodie, diecast, flag, and koozie have all been added to the online store. Visit the store to order yours today!

quincy5000sep1Taking the lead for good on lap 29, Bobby survived a late-race engine scare to earn a hard fought $5,000 MLRA win Sunday night at Quincy (IL) Raceway. "I was kind of waiting for lapped traffic," Bobby said. "We weren't catching them super-fast so I really had to get up on the wheel. When the leader started changing his line, going a little bit lower on the top, it let me have the cushion. It's hard when you get in the dirty air, you don't want to push and shove off the track. I went down a cylinder I think, maybe two. Something was really wrong and my oil pressure was pretty low. Proud of my team! Big thanks to my family, crew, sponsors, and fans for all that you do!" -- Lloyd Collins Photo

farmercity5000aug30Rallying from the ninth starting position, Bobby took the lead before halfway and went on to capture the $5,000 American Ethanol Late Model Tour victory Friday night at Farmer City (IL) Raceway. -- Jim DenHamer Photo

Charging around the high side, Bobby caught the leader in late-race lapped traffic but didn't quite have enough to overtake him as he settled for a podium finish of third in the Dirt Million opener Thursday night at Mansfield (OH) Speedway. “I think lapped traffic was my best shot,” Bobby said. “I really had a roll going there. It seemed like those guys were getting a little bit slower and I just had to finesse my lines a little bit with that big hole in turn three. I wanted to charge that corner to get a good entrance but every time you had to back off and float through there. Had a really good car...needed a few more laps.”

i55 5000aug17A last minute decision to head to Pevely paid off as Bobby collected a $3,000 MARS victory Saturday night at I-55 (MO) Raceway. Starting on the pole after winning his heat race and setting fast time in qualifying, Bobby took the lead on the 10th lap and stayed out front the rest of the way. "That last caution made me really nervous, because last time that happened it bit me in the butt," Bobby said. "Luckily I got a good restart."

viper risk managementBobby Pierce Racing and Viper Motorsports Company are partnering for the remainder of the 2019 and for the 2020 racing season. Bobby Pierce Racing will be sporting the Lisa & Shawn Martin’s Viper Risk Management Group logo along with some associate sponsors from the Viper Motorsports camp, as the Smooth Operator will be powered with Viper’s Pro Power Racing Engines along with some of Pierce's own Pro Power motors moving forward. Bill & Josie Schlieper’s Pro Power Racing Engines are a key component and a huge part of both Pierce’s and Viper’s on track success and will look to make an already strong #32 team stronger with this new partnership. Pro Power has been a long-term partner of Bobby Pierce Racing and has powered the Viper entry for the past three seasons. Pro Power builds some of the best motors utilized in all of Dirt Late Model racing. The first event for the new partnership will be the World 100 at Tony Stewart’s famed Eldora Speedway on September 5th-7th.

In 2020, Viper Motorsports’s product partner, Schaeffer Racing Oil by Doug Smith, will be joining the effort. Schaeffer Racing Oil manufacturers some of the best racing fluids on the market and has worked flawlessly for the Viper Motorsports camp the past three seasons.

One day Bobby will join his dad as a winner of the Prairie Dirt Classic...that day is not today. On his way to victory Saturday night after dominating the 100-lap showcase, 20 years after his dad scored his third PDC, Bobby lost the lead in turn four on the final lap after contact as a result of an attempted slide job by the second place car. After gathering up his car, Bobby crossed the finish line in third. Miraciously, he was able to fight the cushion lap-after-lap and contend for the win with no power steering. “On lap zero, I was thinking, ‘okay, how many laps am I going to make it before I pull in?’” Bobby said. “Ever since I pulled out of the pit area, I didn’t have, or had very little, power steering. After we made about eight laps, I had almost none. At times, I had two hands on top of the steering wheel just to turn it back left so I didn’t hit the wall coming out of the corner.”

fairbury jul26Bobby surged into the lead at the start from his outside front row starting position and stayed out front for the remainder of the 25-lap distance to score the $2,500 Prairie Dirt Classic preliminary victory Friday night at Fairbury (IL) Speedway. He will now be assured of a top eight starting position in the 100-lap Prairie Dirt Classic on Saturday night. -- Jim DenHamer Photo

i80 jul20Bobby got redemption Saturday night as he earned his biggest paying victory of his career in the Silver Dollar Nationals at I-80 (NE) Speedway! He came within three laps of the win in last year's race before engine trouble forced him out. “After what happened last year, I was on a mission,” Bobby said. “365 days to think about it … that was my biggest victory that ever got away from me by far.” This year, he started closer to the front (6th vs. 28th in 2018), and after trading the lead back and forth in the middle stages of the race, he was able to take the top spot for good on lap 66 and pull away to an over three second win...cashing in on a $53,000 payday! "I had some trouble on the restarts," Bobby said. "My dad was showing me different signals and wanting me to do more stuff out there. Luckily there wasn’t a caution with a few laps to go because it really could have been interesting. The World 100 is the World 100, but this is the biggest paying race I’ve ever won. After what happened last year with breaking after we knew we were probably gonna get the job done, this is right up there. It’s just sweet. And I really needed it because this is the first year I’m really on my own. My parents obviously help me, but winning this money tonight definitely helps. Thanks to my crew for keeping the bolts tight on everything. Thanks to all the fans for coming out and thanks to Joe Kosiski for all he does for the fans and the racers. Jeff Hoker and Mike Berger are here tonight, thanks to them for their support." Runner-up Chris Madden had this to say on Bobby's performance..."He puts his car in positions I am not sure anyone else can. He earned the win.” -- Heath Lawson Photo

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