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collin brothers towingBobby Pierce Racing is excited to announce Collins Brothers Towing as their newest sponsor for the 2024 season. As the nation's largest independently owned towing company with over 450 pieces of equipment, Collins Brothers Towing shares Bobby Pierce Racing's passion for dirt track racing. With 18 locations across Minnesota, Iowa, and Fargo, ND, their sponsorship underscores their commitment to grassroots motorsports and community support.

volusia champWith the cancellation of the finale on Saturday, Bobby has been crowned the DIRTcar Nationals points champion! He scored two wins in the week-long (five-race) event along with a pair of third-place finishes. "I'm fortunate to be crowned the Big Gator champion and to leave Florida with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series points lead," Bobby said. He collected $3,000 for winning the points title.

volusia feb12Bobby led the final 13 laps to claim the $7,000 DIRTcar Nationals win in Wednesday night’s makeup from Monday’s rainout at Volusia (FL) Speedway Park. “That was an exciting race,” Bobby said. “Lots of stuff going on there. I feel like everything happened pretty quick. Like, I caught Marlar and Ricky (Thornton) wasn’t too far ahead at that time but then he started to pull away and next thing I know, Ricky got all crossed up. I went under him and then I jumped the cushion and then here comes Marlar and we went three-wide. I saw how they were going into the corner and I thought ‘This isn’t good,’ so I backed off, used the bottom, and next thing I know, they washed up the track. Luckily, I got the lead and tried not to make any mistakes because it was slick as ice out there. It was super hard to drive, especially on a half-mile track. Even when I had the lead comfortably, I still had to make sure to not make a mistake in the corners.”

volusia feb14Bobby led all 20 laps from the pole to grab his second gator of his career Wednesday night in the caution-filled DIRTcar Nationals race at Volusia (FL) Speedway Park. He jumped out to a commanding lead from the start as he pulled away to a half a straightaway advantage after two laps. He didn’t let the many cautions hinder him as he cruised to the $5,000 victory. “It feels like a rebound pretty good there,” Bobby said after mechanical trouble sidelined him while leading on Tuesday. “We’ve had a bad fast race car this whole time. It’s awesome to finally put it in victory lane where it belongs. I can’t thank my crew enough; they’ve been working hard.”

waikaraka jan27Bobby led all 25 laps from the pole to score the Super Saloon win Saturday at Waikaraka (NZ) Speedway. He jumped out to a straightaway lead early before having to slice his way through heavy lapped traffic late to take the victory. “Thanks to Harding Motorsport for the opportunity,” Bobby said.

vado jan13Taking the lead on the second lap, Bobby cruised to his fourth straight $11,000 Wild West Shootout win Saturday night at Vado (NM) Speedway Park. With the victory, he has earned the $25,000 bonus for winning four miniseries races. “With the full track prep, we didn’t know what it was gonna do there,” Bobby said. “Had a lot of different mixtures of tires of guys running up front with different (compounds). It feels awesome (to bank the bonus money). No one has ever won more than three — I’ve done it before — and we knew this would be the year with how consistent we were last year and coming into this being fast right out of the gate with this new car."

vado jan12Bobby shot to the lead on lap five and stayed out front the rest of the 30-lap distance to capture his third straight Wild West Shootout win Friday night at Vado (NM) Speedway Park. It wasn’t easy, however, as he had to overcome a race-long vibration caused by his right-rear tire being packed with mud early in the race. “I’ll be honest, we got super, super lucky there," Bobby said. "(It happened) on like lap four and you saw me drop to the bottom, because I almost was gonna pull in the infield or bring out a caution. I figured that if I pull in now, that’s 25 laps that I have to get back to the front, because I figured no way I’d be able to hang on to even a top five (with the problem). It’s just one of them deals man — I stayed out and I guess we kinda got lucky that those guys chose a harder tire.” With his third miniseries victory, Bobby is closing in on a bonus awarded to a driver with four wins ($25,000) or five wins ($100,000) with two races left.

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