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quincy3000may5Rolling off second in the 40-lap MLRA feature Sunday night at Quincy (IL) Raceway, Bobby shot to the lead at the start and enjoyed clear track for the first ten laps until lapped traffic would slow his advantage. As the top side of the track began to take rubber, Bobby had to stay in line and follow the lapped cars ahead of him. Needing to be mistake-free and not allow his competitors to get to his inside, he was flawless as he completed the weekend sweep with a $3,000 win, his fourth consecutive victory and sixth out of the last seven races. "If I had a mirror I would have probably been nervous, but I had my dad with the sticks down the backstretch, and for the majority of the race his sticks were really close, so I knew they were right there on me," Bobby said. "It was a fun race."

westliberty5000may4Bobby utilized the top side momentum from his second starting spot to seize control down the backstretch at the start of the 25-lap MLRA main event and distanced himself from the field as he picked up his second victory of the weekend Saturday night at West Liberty (IA) Raceway. "I've got to give a big thanks to my crew, I guess all the nuts and bolts stayed tight on this thing. It was a little choppy out there, so just glad we hung onto it. Besides the track being a little rough it was a pretty fun place," Bobby said in victory lane. -- Lloyd Collins Photo

stuart3000may2Starting 13th in the 40-lap MLRA feature Thursday night at Stuart (IA) Speedway, Bobby didn't stay there long as he charged through the field to take the lead on lap 16 and held on to capture the $3,000 win. "I was really glad that they stayed down in three and four just enough for me to get around," Bobby said. "It was a pretty tricky track with the different corners. There are not a whole lot of places that get like that, but when they do I like it because I'm always trying to watch the race track and adjust to what it's doing. I'm really glad that we drove six hours to get here. It (Stuart Speedway) turned out to be a really nice place." -- Lloyd Collins Photo

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34 10555 apr20Taking the lead with seven laps to go, Bobby held on to collect his third Slocum 50 win of his career Saturday night at 34 (IA) Raceway. Starting fourth in the 50-lap race, he stayed within sight of the leaders in the first half of the event before making his late-race charge. "It might have taken about 30 laps for my front tires to get warmed up," Bobby said. "Running on this hard tire rule is a little different. All night it felt a little slimy until the track really got black like these tires like, and it let us put on a good show for the fans." On lap 32, he made the pass for second and then went after the leader. Charging around the outside of turn four, he assumed command as lap 43 was completed. "Man, that was a tough race, but probably one of the funnest I have ran." -- Dennis Krieger Photo

peoria5000apr13Bobby started on the pole but fell back to third before mounting a rally on the outside to grab the lead and held on to score the $5,000 Hamilton Memorial win Saturday night at Peoria (IL) Speedway. "It was a really fun race," Bobby said. "Big thanks to my family, crew, sponsors, and fans for all the continued support!" -- Brendon Bauman Photo

tricity2000apr12Bobby started on the pole and led from start to finish as he held off a strong field of cars to capture the $2,000 Deuces Wild victory Friday night at Tri-City (IL) Speedway. He swept the night as he was the fastest qualifier and also won his heat race. -- Josh James Photo

farmercity apr6After struggling with the setup on preliminary night Friday, and qualifying mid-pack Saturday, Bobby rebounded during the 75-lap Illini 100 main event as he rallied from his 16th starting position to get on the podium with a third place finish. He patiently worked his way to the front, trying different lanes, until he started to get rolling on the top as he cracked the top five by lap 50. He ran as high as second, but fell to third late. "How the weekend started, I feel like we did a complete 180, because we were way out in left field," Bobby said. "I’m pretty happy with a third place." -- Josh James Photo

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