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golden opportunityJust added to the online store is the new "Golden Opportunity" t-shirt, tank top, and hoodie. Other recent additions include the "my driver" kids t-shirt/hoodie, "out of quarantine" adult and kids t-shirt/hoodie, two styles of face masks, an 8" x 24" replica door panel with Bobby's 2020 scheme, backpack, and bracelet.. Visit the online store to order yours today!

Bobby wrapped up a solid weekend at Magnolia Saturday night with a fourth-place finish in the 100-lap "Clash at the Mag" Lucas Oil Series race.

magnolia jun18Bobby finally broke through and got his first win of the season Thursday night in the Lucas Oil Series "Clash at the Mag" prelim race at Magnolia (MS) Motor Speedway. He started outside of the front row for the 25-lap main after winning his heat race. He jumped out to the lead at the start and led wire-to-wire to pick up the $5,000 payday. "The way the night started, I was not happy," Bobby said. "We were bad in qualifying. All-in-all it was a great ending to the night; this is our first win of 2020. It feels great to get that monkey off our back. This Pierce car with Advanced Shocks has been working well. I want to thank my family, crew, sponsors, and all my fans.” -- Heath Lawson Photo

maquoketa jun13After a back-and-forth battle of sliders, Bobby had to settle for a runner-up finish Saturday night at Maquoketa (IA) Speedway. After starting fourth, he quickly jumped to second and followed the leader on the top side of the track lap after lap as they both maneuvered through lapped traffic. With four laps remaining, Bobby took the lead, but before the lap could be counted, a caution came out relegating him back to second. "Heck of a race, exchanged a lot of sliders," Bobby said. "Was so close to picking up the first win of 2020 yet again. Maquoketa turned out to be a racy place. Track #120 for me." -- Mike Ruefer Photo

eldora jun6Bobby rallied from his 17th starting position to score a runner-up finish on Saturday night in the inaugural Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational at Eldora (OH) Speedway. He had to take a provisional to get into the main event after suffering mechanical failure while leading his heat race. The race was shorter (67 laps) than a normal crown jewel race at Eldora, so Bobby needed to get to the front in a hurry...and he did. He was in the top ten by lap 17, top five on lap 22, and moved into second on lap 38. “Heck of a race!" Bobby said. "I really didn’t think (McCreadie) was gonna come from nowhere. I didn’t watch my dad the last five laps with the (signaling) sticks and then all of the sudden I seen a car there and I was like, ‘Well.’ I mean, there’s nothing I could do anyway ‘cause that wasn’t the line I was running. Honestly, I was hoping there was a caution and I could have a chance like we did on that restart to do something with Brandon (Sheppard) because (otherwise) I couldn’t with the air. The racetrack was really good...to provide racing like that. There’s nothing like Eldora Speedway. That’s why I love coming here. Big thanks to all my family, crew, sponsors, and the fans.” -- Zach Yost Photo

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