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gateway dec1Bobby started on the pole and led all 25 laps as he cruised to an opening night victory in the Gateway Dirt Nationals Thursday night at The Dome at America's Center (MO). With the win, he completed a sweep of the evening following his heat race win and fast time honors. “So very cool and unique to win here in the dome,” Bobby said. “Awesome to get the W and be locked in for Saturday! Big thanks to all the guys helping out on the car and everyone that is helping sell apparel. It takes a unit to do this deal and I couldn't do it without all of you.”

vegas nov12Bobby led from start to finish Saturday night in the finale of the Duel in the Desert at Las Vegas. He cashed in on a $40,000 payday with his 20th win of the season and second consecutive Duel main event victory following up his $50,000 triumph in 2021. “I love this place,” Bobby said. “I didn’t expect the top to be that fast. But, man, luckily everything held on. This car was awesome. Just hats off to my whole crew. We got ‘er done. Awesome night.”

florence oct22Taking the lead on lap 28, Bobby led the final 22 laps to score the $10,000 Fall 50 win Saturday night at Florence (KY) Speedway. "Big thanks to everyone involved with my team," Bobby said. "I couldn't do it without all my partners."

fairbury oct8It's been quite the year for Bobby at the Fairbury (IL) Speedway. He turned around his past misfortune at "FALS" in a big way this season as he picked up his fourth victory (in six races paying $10K or more) at the track on Saturday night. He took the lead on lap 28 and led the rest of the 50-lapper to add $15,000 to his impressive season earnings at Fairbury. He has now banked over $77,000 in race winnings at the track this year. “This place has been so great to me this year. If we could only have this success at the Prairie Dirt Classic, we’d be golden,” Bobby said. “We’re really happy. The drive was worth it all the way back from North Carolina. Just a huge thank you to Fairbury again. … It was a great night.”

atomic sep28Taking the lead on lap 18, Bobby held off (Devin) Moran late to collect his second consecutive FloRacing Night in America victory Wednesday night at Atomic (OH) Speedway. “I think I've only been here five or six times, so I don't have a good handle on the track,” Bobby said. “We'll take it. This car has been great. Really good to finish a race you know it just has some issues. It's just an awesome night all around. I'm ecstatic. It's a big race. These Flo races pay good money. There's a lot of people watching at their home so just a huge thank you to (FloRacing) and Atomic and all these fans for coming out and all the fans for watching. It was an awesome night.”

knoxville sep16What a difference a day makes. After missing the show on Thursday night, Bobby took the lead on the 15th lap Friday night and went on to capture the Lucas Knoxville Nationals prelim at Knoxville (IA) Raceway. "That caution came out and thought I had it under control, but the motor — the carburetor — kind of stumbled off of (turn) four and I thought something bad happened," Bobby said. "It luckily got going again. I was kind of mad after that, so I shot in there under Brandon (Overton) and just hoped for the best. It stuck and I passed him. Shoutout to my team for not giving up. We kept digging after our misfortune last night. Big thanks to my family, crew, sponsors, and all the fans."

fairbury sep13Bobby picked up his third big-money win this season at Fairbury (IL) Speedway as he scored the $22,022 FloRacing Night in America victory Tuesday night. Starting from the outside pole, he traded the lead back and forth with (Dennis) Erb for the first 12 laps of the 50-lap race as he ran his patented high line. On lap 13, he took the top spot for good and then uncharacteristically dived to the bottom of the 1/4 mile. “I knew that bottom had more traction in it tonight than it has had in the past few races so I knew it was gonna be good," Bobby said. "I had the perfect opportunity (to overtake Erb on lap 13) with the lapped car to set him up for a pick because he was running down low, and once I got around him, I got right to the bottom and protected for a while.” He stayed on the hub until lap 48 when he moved back up to fight off the high-side running Heckenast who was closing in fast. “I moved up because I felt it was better,” Bobby said. "Towards the end I was way more comfortable on the top. It was a really fun race there. Really, the whole race was a lot of fun. It wasn’t typical Fairbury with me banging the boards the whole time so it was a lot more relaxing race. Awesome night, greatly prepped racetrack. It was so smooth, had two characteristics of a top and a bottom, and that’s really everything you could have asked for. I feel like we could’ve started in the back tonight and moved forward. Hat’s off to Fairbury.” At a track where Bobby has historically been snakebitten, this season has marked a turnaround as he has banked over $62,000 in race winnings at Fairbury.

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