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Many new items have been added to the online store including the new "Hold My Beer" t-shirt/hoodie, "Unleash The Posse" t-shirt, "Pierce Posse" t-shirt, two different style ladies hats, and a "Big C" tribute mini door. In addition, the World 100 winner flag has been added back to the store. Visit the store to order yours today!

jacksonville aug12Putting the disappointment from the night before at Florence behind him, Bobby drove his Pierce car to a second place finish Sunday night at Jacksonville in the DIRTcar Summer Nationals make up race. He started on the pole of the 40-lap feature after setting fast time and winning his heat race, but on this night earning the pole was a disadvantage as the track was top dominate and he was unable to get by his fellow front row starter and had to settle for a second place finish. -- Jimmy Dearing Photo

florence aug9Bobby followed up his fourth place finish one night ago with a second place run Thursday night at Florence (KY) Speedway in the North/South Shootout Lucas Oil race. Starting seventh in the caution-free 50-lap feature, Bobby took second with nine laps to go and then tracked down the leader, but his last ditch effort to take the win fell just short. “That was a lot of fun," Bobby said. "I really had to kick-it up there at the end. I was definitely having to get up on the wheel, but that’s what made it really fun. Thanks to everybody who works on this car at Dunn-Benson Motorsports.” -- Heath Lawson Photo

Bobby moved up from his ninth starting spot and was running in fourth place when the rains came after 25 laps Wednesday night at Florence (KY) Speedway in the Lucas Oil sanctioned Latham Memorial.

cedar lake aug3Bobby charged from his 20th starting position to score a top five finish Saturday night in the USA Nationals crown jewel event at Cedar Lake (WI) Speedway. He piloted the same Pierce car that he drove to a third place finish in last year's event. "Had a great car, just needed more laps," Bobby said. -- Boyd Photo

fairbury jul28Bobby's motto from the very beginning of his racing career has always been "refuse to lose". This never give up attitude was on full display Saturday night at Fairbury. After failing to advance to the Prairie Dirt Classic in his heat and last chance races, he had one more opportunity in the 25-lap non-qualifier Prairie Dirt Shootout with the winner given the last spot in the feature field. In order to win this race though he would have to put on a show for the packed house at FALS as he rolled off in the 16th starting position...and that is exactly what he did. Bobby rode the treacherous cushion, his car bouncing lap after lap, hitting the wall numerous times, as he reached the top ten by the seventh lap. By the 13th lap he was in fifth and was not done yet. Three laps later he took fourth, and by lap 18 he was in third. With six laps left he took the runner-up spot. Time was running out as he caught the race leader with three laps to go. A caution came out moments later to give him one last shot. The crowd was in a frenzy as he surged into the lead with two laps to go and held on to score the incredible win. “Man,” Bobby said. “I’ve had so much bad luck lately, I just have to give a huge thanks to everybody for staying behind me. We’ve been behind the eight-ball so much the last two races.” -- Rick Neff Photo

Bobby mounted a remarkable rally from his 28th starting position to put himself in position to capture his biggest paying win Saturday night in his first visit to I-80 (NE) Speedway. He was on a rail running the very top of the track as he reached the top ten in only 13 laps. He took the lead for the first time on lap 42. Unfortunately, misfortune would strike again. While leading with only six laps to go in the 80-lap race, and enjoying a full straightaway advantage, he slowed with engine trouble. “I’m just really glad that we had a fast car,” Bobby said. “I don’t know how to act. When it happened — and I knew it was gonna happen because for like five laps, or even longer than that, something was acting up and the power in the motor just got less and less and it finally gave out. I feel bad obviously for everybody. We work so hard, and to perform as well as we did and not get it there at the end — we just needed a couple more laps — it hurts.”

Bobby picked up his second consecutive top five finish and third in the last four starts with a fourth place run Wednesday night at Jackson (MN) Motorplex. He started third in the 50-lap main event and stayed within striking distance throughout as he finished only 1.6 seconds back at the checkers.

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