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florence5000mar23After five consecutive DNFs, Bobby got a much-needed victory Saturday night at Florence (KY) Speedway. Taking the lead on the 20th lap, he pulled away to a commanding lead en route to the $5,000 win. "Can't thank my crew and my family enough," Bobby said in victory lane. "Thanks to all the fans for coming out." -- Dirtstar Photo


new zealandBobby won both his heat races and started on the pole of Friday night's Super Saloon feature at Waikaraka Family Speedway. He looked to be on his way to victory until he shredded his left rear tire. This was the theme of Bobby's trip to New Zealand as another flat tire last week at Robertson Holden Speedway resulted in another DNF. One thing is for sure, they knew Bobby was there.


Coming off a successful trip to Arizona in January that saw him capture three wins in six starts, Bobby has released the rest of his tentative schedule for the 2019 season. After following a national tour for the first time in 2018, he will return to an "outlaw" type schedule this season as he travels to the biggest paying races in the Midwest. He plans to follow the DIRTcar Summer Nationals tour again as he goes after his fourth title. In addition, he will race in many Lucas, World of Outlaws, MARS, MLRA, and Ethanol series races throughout the season.


arizona jan11Taking his third consecutive Wild West Shootout win Friday night at Arizona Speedway, Bobby collected a $10,000 bonus to go along with his $5,000 race earnings. He started on the pole of the 30-lap race but fell back to fourth early on before taking over the lead on lap 20 and stayed out front the rest of the way. “I didn’t think I was going to (win). That was by far my hardest Wild West Shootout win. Lapped traffic there really helped me out. We kind of missed a little bit on the setup — I know my dad will disagree — it was a heckuva car, but (we missed) just a little bit." -- Photo Finish Photo


arizona jan9Bobby stayed unbeaten out west with his second consecutive Wild West Shootout victory Wednesday night at Arizona Speedway. After starting outside of the front row, he led all but the opening lap as he collected $5,000 and is now one win away from earning some bonus money with four races left to run. “It’s definitely a little bit more pressure, but I’m a lot more relaxed to know that we’ve got a good car. Hopefully everything stays together … man, this is awesome,” Bobby said. “I love this track. It’s just the perfect shape and it just fits me really well and this Rocket Chassis was doing really good tonight.” -- Mike Ruefer Photo


arizona jan5Taking the lead on the 13th lap, Bobby held on to win the opener of the six-race Wild West Shootout Saturday night at Arizona Speedway. Once out front, he distanced himself from his competition until coming out of turn four on the final lap when a slower car held Bobby up, but he was able to hold off Bloomquist at the line in a photo finish. “That was a heckuva finish there and I’m so glad that it went my way," Bobby said. "The picture showed I was just a nose ahead. I barely pulled it off. It was awesome." -- Photo Finish Photo


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