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east bay feb 5Charging forward from deep in the field (24th), Bobby scored a sixth place finish Tuesday night at East Bay. He had to use a provisional to start the feature as the oil pump broke in the consi and the team had to pull out the backup car. "The car felt really good," Bobby said. "Shoutout to my awesome crew for all their hard work, so proud to be a part of this team!" -- Heath Lawson Photo


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wild west shootoutBobby and his DBM team concluded their Arizona trip on Sunday night with a 20th to 7th run in the Wild West Shootout finale. With three top three finishes in the six miniseries races, the team learned a lot about the new car and return home to quickly prepare for Speedweeks. "Overall a pretty good couple weeks here in Arizona," Bobby said. "We wanted to get a win for the new team, just came up a little short. I'm confident in my team that wins are coming!"


A win can't be too far away. For the second consecutive race, Bobby finished second in the 30-lap Wild West Shootout Wednesday night at Arizona Speedway. "Big thanks to all my sponsors, family, and fans for all the support," Bobby said. "Shoutout to my crew for all the help. Can't wait for Friday, really starting to get this Rocket XR1 figured out!"


arizona jan7Bobby and his team are quickly dialing in the new XR1. Starting on the pole of the 40-lap main event Sunday night at Arizona Speedway, after the crew worked feverishly to replace the motor after the heat race, Bobby jumped to the lead at the start and distanced himself from the field when a caution would come out with nine laps in the books. On the restart, Bobby drove to the top, opening the door for the second place car (Weiss) to poke his nose in there as the two put on a spirited back-and-forth battle of slide jobs. While leading with four laps to go, Bobby's car pushed up the track and the second place car (Shaw) was there to take advantage as he drove by Bobby for the lead. Bobby held on to finish second at the checkers. "Congrats to Shaw on the well deserved win," Bobby said after the race. "Thanks to my crew for busting their tails having to change the motor, and a big thanks to Mark Richards for all the help to get us pointed in the right direction." -- Photo Finish Photo


lucas oil dirt seriesCarlton and Kemp Lamm, owners of Dunn Benson Motorsports, along with their new driver Bobby Pierce, have decided to follow the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series in 2018 and compete for the series championship. The full 2018 schedule will be posted in the next few weeks and will include selected World of Outlaws Late Model Series events, selected UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals events, and a variety of Super Late Model events that doesn’t conflict with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series in 2018.

The Dunn Benson Motorsports Team has been a mainstay on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series for the past three years finishing 7th, 8th and 5th in the final Series National Point Standings in 2017, 2016 and 2015 with driver Earl Pearson Jr. The Dunn Benson Motorsports Team won the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship back in 2006 and 2005 and the Stacker 2 Xtreme Dirtcar Series National Championship in 2004 with Earl Pearson Jr.


gateway dec16In what could possibly be his final race in family-owned equipment, Bobby drove his Pierce Race Car into victory lane Saturday night at The Dome as he captured the $30,000 Gateway Dirt Nationals win. Starting second in the 40-lap main event, Bobby jumped out to the lead and stayed there until lap 27 when he fell back to second in a tight battle for the top spot. He would not stay in second for long as he took back the lead on the next lap and began to pull away from the field, building up an over two-second cushion. “Man, this is awesome," Bobby said. "This is like one of my biggest wins. I know I won the World (100) and the North-South, but to win in this Dome here … this is an incredible thing for the sport and to go down as the second winner in history, next to Scott Bloomquist, it’s just so awesome.” What a fitting way to close this chapter of Bobby's career … in victory lane. -- Heath Lawson Photo


dunn benson teamDunn Benson Motorsports owners Carlton and Kemp Lamm are excited to announce Bobby Pierce from Oakwood, IL will be their driver in 2018. The Lamm’s contacted Bobby Pierce and his family about the possibility of driving their cars after Earl Pearson Jr decided to part ways with Dunn Benson Motorsports following the Dirt Track World Championship back in October. Once the driver seat became available at Dunn Benson Motorsports, the Lamms put together a short list of drivers that they felt would best fit their Team and Bobby Pierce was the very first choice to contact.

Bobby just 21 years old, is already well accomplished in the dirt late model world with Three (3) consecutive UMP Dirtcar Summer Nationals Championships (2017, 2016, 2015), Three (3) UMP Dirtcar Late Model National Championships (2016, 2015, 2014) and many crown jewel super late model victories including the 2017 Show-Me 100, 2016 World 100, 2016 North/South 100 and finished 2nd in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Race at Eldora Speedway in 2015.


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