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knoxville sep14It's always exciting when Bobby has to rally from the back. Just as he did in the Dirt Million, Bobby charged from his 22nd starting position to the lead only to fall just short at the finish. Moving quickly through the field, he was inside the top ten by lap 30. At the halfway point of the 100-lap crown jewel race he was in second hounding the race leader for the top spot. A treacherous cushion hindered Bobby's momentum which allowed Sheppard and Bloomquist to join the battle. Finally breaking free with 25 laps to go, Bobby turned up the wick and closed the gap between himself and race leader Owens. He caught the leader with 20 laps to go and briefly shot into the lead with a slider but he jumped the cushion allowing Owens to reclaim the point. O'Neal got by for second and with 12 laps to go O'Neal checked up exiting turn four as Bobby was following close behind him. They touched and Bobby spun. Having to restart outside the top ten, Bobby was able to come back to seventh at the checkers. "More experience here is what I needed," Bobby said. "We’ll get em next time. I wanna start 22nd everywhere," Bobby joked. -- Heath Lawson Photo

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UPDATE: dri-fit t-shirt and hoodie just added! 
You saw the new scheme debuted at the World 100, now get your "Joker World Revenge" apparel today! New items include a black or neon green t-shirt (kids sizes coming soon), 1:24 and 1:64 scale diecast, mini door, and hat. Visit the store to order.

eldora sep6Riding along with the Joker again, Bobby rallied from his 13th starting position to finish sixth in the World 100 preliminary feature opener Friday morning at Eldora (OH) Speedway. He clocked in fifth quickest in qualifying out of the 101 cars on hand. The rest of the weekend was washed out and will be run in October. -- Jim Denhamer Photo

Bobby moved up from his 11th starting spot to pick up a top five finish in Lucas Oil Series action Saturday night at Portsmouth (OH) Raceway Park.

mansfield aug25Bobby put on another exciting show for his fans Saturday night in the inaugural "Dirt Million" at Mansfield (OH) Motor Speedway as he charged from his 22nd starting position to finish runner-up and earn a $40,588 payday. He was on the move from the start as he made his way up to fourth by lap 25. He battled within the top five until lap 83 when he took command and looked to be on his way to his biggest paying win until the caution flag flew on lap 89 bunching up the field. After going back green, Bobby and Pearson ran side-by-side until Bobby fell back to second on lap 92. He wasn't ready to concede the loss just yet though as he drove his heart out on the cushion trying to grab the lead back but couldn't get close enough at the finish. “That was such a fun race. … I didn’t need that last caution," Bobby said. "I don’t know how big of a lead I had. I know my dad was signaling I had a pretty big lead. I guess Earl (Pearson) came in and put some new tires on and it definitely showed to work pretty good there, because I was kind of hanging on. It’s a big money difference, but still $40,000, I’ll take it.” -- Heath Lawson Photo

Thanks to the Pierce Posse, Bobby finished third in the driver reward points and is now locked into the "Dirt Million" this weekend at Mansfield and will have an opportunity to go after the $189,000 top prize! The unique driver reward points program has been running for the past 25 weeks with drivers having several opportunities to earn points including having the fans buy items on the Dirt Million website and selecting their favorite driver when doing so. The top four in points received a guaranteed starting spot in the 28-car field. "THANK YOU so much Pierce Posse," Bobby said. "The best fans in dirt racing!"

jacksonville aug12Putting the disappointment from the night before at Florence behind him, Bobby drove his Pierce car to a second place finish Sunday night at Jacksonville in the DIRTcar Summer Nationals make up race. He started on the pole of the 40-lap feature after setting fast time and winning his heat race, but on this night earning the pole was a disadvantage as the track was top dominate and he was unable to get by his fellow front row starter and had to settle for a second place finish. -- Jimmy Dearing Photo

florence aug9Bobby followed up his fourth place finish one night ago with a second place run Thursday night at Florence (KY) Speedway in the North/South Shootout Lucas Oil race. Starting seventh in the caution-free 50-lap feature, Bobby took second with nine laps to go and then tracked down the leader, but his last ditch effort to take the win fell just short. “That was a lot of fun," Bobby said. "I really had to kick-it up there at the end. I was definitely having to get up on the wheel, but that’s what made it really fun. Thanks to everybody who works on this car at Dunn-Benson Motorsports.” -- Heath Lawson Photo

Bobby moved up from his ninth starting spot and was running in fourth place when the rains came after 25 laps Wednesday night at Florence (KY) Speedway in the Lucas Oil sanctioned Latham Memorial.

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