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adamsco jun22Taking the lead on the 13th lap, Bobby picked up his third tour win Wednesday night at Adams County (IL) Speedway. “I started fifth on the bottom, and realized I had to move up and get going on top,” Bobby said. “I did and I was rolling, and I passed a car or two, and then I was the first one to go back down and find that really low line in Turns 1-2. When I found it, in a couple laps it seemed like I was in the lead. It changed that quick.”

Bobby put on a show for the Fairbury fans Saturday night as he charged from his 22nd starting position to grab a runner-up finish in the 50-lap DIRTcar Summer Nationals feature. Battling electrical issues throughout the night, he had to take a points provisional to race in the main event. He was on the hunt for the front from the start as he jumped to the top of the track and moved up to 13th when the first caution came out on the ninth lap. By lap 23, he was running fifth and looking for more. With nine laps to go, Bobby had made it up to second. The track started taking rubber late, and he was unable to advance one more position to complete the comeback. It was another great run at Fairbury this season for Bobby as he hopes to continue the momentum into next month's Prairie Dirt Classic and finally capture his first PDC win.

tricity jun17Bobby rebounded from breaking (while leading) the night before as he scored the $10,000 DIRTcar Summer Nationals victory Friday night at Tri-City (IL) Speedway. He started third in the 40-lap race and took the lead on the 27th lap. He pulled out to an over three-second advantage at the checkers. “I actually hit one of the tires shortly before I passed [Erb],” Bobby said. “I hit it coming out of turn four pretty good. I got [it with] the left-front tire and the wheel jumped out of my hand for a second. At that point, Dennis was somewhat leaving the door open, and I’d found a little bit of a line under there that the car wasn’t bouncing so bad. I was able to just get enough momentum and I got around him. The cushion was the place to be, but you had to run it so weird, and it was so treacherous up there that it was hard to run. I started running that bottom and I think I kinda sucked Erb down. Once he started running the bottom and was mixing it up, we were having a hell of a race.”

peoria jun15Bobby surged into the lead with a daring move on the 11th lap and led the rest of the 40-lap distance to earn his 41st career DIRTcar Summer Nationals win (third all-time) Wednesday night at Peoria (IL) Speedway. He lapped all but seven competitors. “I wasn’t really going for a slider,” Bobby said. “I was kind of going for a pick with a lapped car. I’d say just (during the) Summer Nationals. You know, the lappers are what kind of makes it interesting sometimes. There’s so many you’ve just gotta (maneuver) through them the best you can and not make contact and go on. So, it’s fun racing. You’ve gotta do some crazy moves, that’s for sure. It makes it interesting.”

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Bobby debuted a new "Talladega Nights" themed car during the Eldora Million/Dream weekend. Many new items have been added to the store to commemorate the scheme including a "Spider Monkey" t-shirt, "Me" t-shirt/hoodie, diecast, kids tie dye t-shirt/hoodie, cutout sign, pull back car, mini door, and decal.

Other recent additions include: "Rippin' It" dri-fit t-shirt/hoodie, "Predator" t-shirt, trucker hats, US Pierce Platinum t-shirt/hoodie, "Crew" t-shirt/hoodie, and hair bow. Visit the online store to order yours today! (PayPal account not required, credit cards accepted.)

tricity jun3Bobby broke out of his recent bad luck streak Friday night as he led from start to finish and picked up the $10,000 World of Outlaws victory at Tri-City (IL) Speedway. He started on the pole of the 40-lap race. “I noticed [the track] wasn’t all that tacky,” Bobby said. “I was glad that I drew the pole and had a good start and had really good restarts. It was the perfect night for us. We needed it after all the bad luck we’ve been having and how hard the crew worked the past few days.”

fairbury may14In a race that was reminiscent of Bobby's heartbreaking loss at the 2019 Prairie Dirt Classic, this time Bobby came out on the winning end of a last-lap battle with Sheppard and cashed in on a $30,000 payday Saturday night at the Fairbury (IL) Speedway. "This time, he left me a little room," Bobby said. "So, thanks to him for doing that. It's just awesome man." Bobby swept the night as he was the fastest qualifier of the 50 cars on hand, won his heat race, and led all 60 laps of the MARS sanctioned feature. Hopefully, he can follow up tonight's success and finally win his first PDC at the 32nd edition in July.

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