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deer creek may19For the second consecutive night, Bobby's third series win was oh so close but he fell just short again at the finish. He mounted a late race charge and slid in front of the leader entering turn four on the final lap but was unable to hold him off as they raced to the checkers and had to again settle for a runner-up finish, this time by only a few inches. "It was really great racing and a lot of fun," Bobby said. "I only made one mistake out there tonight. I wanted to slide up earlier because he gave me some room. This track is just great. I can’t wait to come back here.” Bobby has now moved up into the top five in series points. -- Mike Ruefer Photo

141 may18Bobby grabbed the lead at the start of the 50-lap Lucas Oil race Friday night at 141 Speedway as he was looking for his third series win of the season and a sweep of the night after earlier setting fast time and winning his heat race. He stayed out front for the first 43 laps until getting passed late and had to settle for a second place finish. “We had a good car here tonight," Bobby said. "I don’t know what happened, the longer the race went I got looser and looser. That turn three was actually kind of tricky a few times. You had to miss the corner to come off good. I missed it way too much there at the end." -- Heath Lawson Photo

big c tributeBobby and his Dunn Benson Motorsports team honored Mr. Carlton Lamm aka “Big C” and the Lamm Family over the weekend at Fayetteville Motor Speedway by changing the car number back to the famous #1. Mr. Lamm and the Dunn Benson Motorsports Team cars displayed the #1 on the door panels for many years with several different drivers at events all across the country. The weekend’s World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series event at Fayetteville Speedway was titled- First in Flight 100 – Presented by Hoker Trucking, in memory of Carlton Ray Lamm. The event paid $25,001 to win with the addition $1 in the amount-to-win in memory of co-owner of the No.1 Dunn-Benson Motorsports team, Carlton Lamm. A brand new t-shirt in tribute to "Big C" has been added to the store available in black adult sizes S-4XL. Visit the store to order yours today!

macon apr28A little home cooking was just the shot in the arm Bobby and his team needed. A night after leading all 50 laps to score his first Lucas Oil Series victory of the season at Tri-City, Bobby went back-to-back Saturday night at Macon as he led 99 of the 100 laps to pocket another $12,000 payday. “Man, I’m really glad to be back home racing,” Bobby said. “I keep saying tracks I know compared to tracks I don’t know, but I think it’s just … you gotta have laps at these places when you compete with these (Lucas Oil) guys to the point where it just kind of comes natural. All these other places I go to (new tracks), it’s just such a learning curve that just nothing really feels very natural like this.”

Nothing is ever easy at the fifth-mile bullring though as Bobby had to maneuver his way through heavy lapped traffic and hold off a late race charge from Ryan Unzicker, who was piloting a car built by his dad, to pick up his third Lucas Oil Series win in the last five years at Macon. “Heading into the weekend I didn’t think I would win two races," Bobby said. "I got a little nervous there in traffic and then I hit the wall coming out of turn four. Man, I am glad to be back home. You have got to have laps at these tracks and fortunately the last two nights that was the case. Just glad to get these wins, thanks to all my crew, family, and sponsors." -- Heath Lawson Photo

tricity apr27There's no place like home. After enduring some early-season struggles seeing many tracks for the first time, Bobby returned to a familiar place that has been very good to him throughout his career Friday night and put together his best race of the season leading all 50 laps and scoring the $12,000 Lucas Oil Series victory. The familiarity of the Tri-City track was key. “I think it was crucial, really,” Bobby said. “Qualifying is where these races are won a lot of times. (In) hot laps I was pretty worried. We weren’t very good. (We) went out there and qualified and set fast time. I always say, if you set fast time, your night’s starting off 10 times better than if you’re starting in the second row."

Starting on the pole after winning his heat race, Bobby built up a nearly four-second advantage over the field early. The bottom groove became dominate later in the race allowing his closest pursuers to close the gap but he was able to hold them off to grab his first win of the season. It was an emotional victory lane for the team after the Dunn Benson Motorsports patriarch and car owner, Carlton Lamm, recently passed away. "I really wanted to get that win for Big C," Bobby said. "I know he’s up there watching. Just a big thanks to everyone, especially my crew they have worked so hard. Thanks to my sponsors for sticking with me, and thanks to all the fans for coming out tonight.” -- Heath Lawson Photo

UPDATE: "Wheelman" gray t-shirt in sizes S-3XL and koozie with lid just added!
Three new designed t-shirts and hoodies have been added to the online store. The "Evil Dogs" t-shirt is available in black adult sizes S-5XL and youth sizes M-L. The "Evil Dogs" hoodie is available in black adult sizes S-4XL and youth sizes M-L. The "Horizons" t-shirt is available in heather red or white in adult sizes S-4XL. The "Horizons" kids t-shirt is available in heather red, sizes 2T-L, and the kids hoodie is also in heather red, sizes XS-L. The "Team Thirty-Two" t-shirt and hoodie is available in heather gray, adult sizes S-4XL. Visit the store to order yours today!

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