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UPDATE: Big C Tribute diecast just added! 
Many new items have been added to the online store. A brand new Pierce Racing Vintage line has been added including several different men's and women's styles. Several newly designed hats have also been added. In addition, a new flag is also available now. Visit the store to order yours today!

magnolia jun16Rallying from the back after pitting on lap 21, Bobby climbed all the way to second at the finish of the 100-lap Lucas Oil Series race Saturday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway. “I thought I had a shot on the last lap," Bobby said. "There was a lapped car there, I drove around the outside but came up just short." -- Heath Lawson Photo

eldora jun8Mounting a late-race charge, Bobby finished fourth in the Dirt Late Model Dream crown jewel race Saturday night at Eldora Speedway. He started 12th in the 100-lap main event. "We didn't need all those cautions," Bobby said. "The car was really good on long runs. We were one of the fastest cars on the track at the end of the race! Had a great weekend. Proud of my team and all their hard work! Big thanks to all my family, crew, sponsors, and fans for all the continued support!" In preliminary action on Friday afternoon, Bobby started fifth in the 25-lap feature and finished sixth. Later that night, Bobby again rolled off fifth and moved up two positions to finish on the podium in third after the 25-lap race.

showme may25Bobby started seventh in the Show-Me 100 crown jewel race Saturday night at Lucas Oil Speedway, a race that he won a year ago. He moved up to fifth by lap 24 and stayed within the top five throughout the remaining distance riding the rim. With 20 laps to go, he moved into second and set his sights on the leader. The last caution of the race on the 81st lap bunched up the field one final time and gave Bobby the chance he needed, but he didn't quite have enough on this night as he lost a couple of positions late to finish in fourth. "We had some carb issues or we feel like we could've been even better," Bobby said. "Still a good run for our team! So proud of the direction this team is headed!" -- Heath Lawson Photo

deer creek may19For the second consecutive night, Bobby's third series win was oh so close but he fell just short again at the finish. He mounted a late race charge and slid in front of the leader entering turn four on the final lap but was unable to hold him off as they raced to the checkers and had to again settle for a runner-up finish, this time by only a few inches. "It was really great racing and a lot of fun," Bobby said. "I only made one mistake out there tonight. I wanted to slide up earlier because he gave me some room. This track is just great. I can’t wait to come back here.” Bobby has now moved up into the top five in series points. -- Mike Ruefer Photo

141 may18Bobby grabbed the lead at the start of the 50-lap Lucas Oil race Friday night at 141 Speedway as he was looking for his third series win of the season and a sweep of the night after earlier setting fast time and winning his heat race. He stayed out front for the first 43 laps until getting passed late and had to settle for a second place finish. “We had a good car here tonight," Bobby said. "I don’t know what happened, the longer the race went I got looser and looser. That turn three was actually kind of tricky a few times. You had to miss the corner to come off good. I missed it way too much there at the end." -- Heath Lawson Photo

big c tributeBobby and his Dunn Benson Motorsports team honored Mr. Carlton Lamm aka “Big C” and the Lamm Family over the weekend at Fayetteville Motor Speedway by changing the car number back to the famous #1. Mr. Lamm and the Dunn Benson Motorsports Team cars displayed the #1 on the door panels for many years with several different drivers at events all across the country. The weekend’s World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series event at Fayetteville Speedway was titled- First in Flight 100 – Presented by Hoker Trucking, in memory of Carlton Ray Lamm. The event paid $25,001 to win with the addition $1 in the amount-to-win in memory of co-owner of the No.1 Dunn-Benson Motorsports team, Carlton Lamm. A brand new t-shirt in tribute to "Big C" has been added to the store available in black adult sizes S-4XL. Visit the store to order yours today!

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