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ultimate may24Starting on the pole, Bobby led from start to finish Friday night in the 25-lap prelim of the two-night World of Outlaws Series Memorial Day weekend special at Ultimate (NC) Motorsports Park. “I was a little bit more up on the wheel,” Bobby said. “I really liked the track. It got really dusty, but I loved the shape of the track and everything. I had never seen the place before, but I felt good heading into it because a lot of people told me that it would fit my style and it definitely did. You’re always a little nervous with these new places, but we got a lot of new on the schedule that I haven’t been to before this year. You got to try your best to adapt and hit the setup the first time.” Bobby set a new track record in qualifying. “Getting that quick time was really key to the success tonight,” Bobby said. “It was nice to start on the pole.”

pathvalley may19 1Bobby rebounded from a rough four-race stretch Sunday night as he scored the $10,000 World of Outlaws Series win at Path Valley (PA) Speedway. He started eighth in the 40-lap race and took the lead on lap 27. “New track for me, and it was awesome,” Bobby said. “Everything about it was very cool. Track layout, seating, landscape, and scenery were all unique. Wanted to win this one for my team. They never give up and just keep digging. Huge shoutout to all of my supporters.” The victory was Bobby’s 20th career WoO win and second this season.

msthunder may4It looked like Bobby was on his way to his second World of Outlaws Series win of the season Saturday night in the finale of the Dairyland Showdown at Mississippi Thunder (WI) Speedway. However, with four laps to go, he got held up behind slower traffic, which allowed the second-place car to get by Bobby. He was unable to get back to the front and had to settle for third. He started third in the 50-lap race and took the lead on lap 26. “Thought we had the win,” Bobby said. “Zigged when I should've zagged. Still a good run for our team. Huge shoutout to my family, crew, sponsors, and fans for all the support.” Bobby also raced a Modified as he prepares for the $100K to win show later this month. He started seventh in the 40-lap race and moved up to third at the finish. “Made a lot of gains from yesterday,” Bobby said. “Big thanks to Jimmy Mars for the opportunity.”

msthunder may3Bobby moved up from this eighth starting spot to finish second in the 50-lap World of Outlaws sanctioned Dairyland Showdown opener Friday night at Mississippi Thunder (WI) Speedway. “This track moves around a lot,” Bobby said. “In the beginning stages, everyone was running the middle to bottom, and then once the top got clean enough, everyone jumped up there. But, with the new dirt, it had some spots that were flatter than it used to be, so it made it tough to enter the corner and get a good run on the top side because it felt like as flat as can be. I know I was hurting my tires in the charge to the front. Once I got to second (place), I knew I didn’t have much left. I’m pretty happy with second.”

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farmercity apr13Taking the lead on lap 13, Bobby pulled away to a commanding 8.8 second advantage at the checkers as he collected his second career Illini 100 trophy and $20,000 top prize Saturday night at Farmer City (IL) Raceway. He started fourth in the 60-lap World of Outlaws Series race. Once he took the top spot, he was flawless navigating through heavy traffic as he lapped up to ninth place in a race that went caution-free after the fourth circuit. “I made a last-second call on the tires,” Bobby said. “My dad was like ‘Are you sure?’ and I said yes because the Midgets slicked up the track. It just worked out for us, I loved to see the race go caution-free the rest of the way once we got going. That really helped us out there.” Farmer City has been a track that Bobby has had much success throughout his career, including picking up his first-career Crate Late Model victory in 2009 at the age of 12. “Growing up here, watching races as a young kid and I remember watching Late Models around here and thinking ‘Man, these guys are crazy for running the cushion like that,’” Bobby said. “So, it’s pretty cool to get another win here.”

farmercity apr12Bobby fell just short at the finish (0.072 seconds) in the opener of the Illini 100 Friday night at Farmer City (IL) Raceway. He started sixth in the 40-lap World of Outlaws Series race and was on the move early. Running third on lap six, Bobby was pushed off the track and fell back to sixth, again. He refused to be deterred as he mounted a stirring comeback. He was running second on the final lap when the leader bobbled in the final corner giving Bobby the chance that he was looking for. “When he bobbled and got up on the cushion and got stuck up on it, I saw it out of the corner of my eye, so I gassed it and got ahead of him,” Bobby said. “I expected him to come down and get me on the front. I don’t know how he made it work. I thought I won because I couldn’t see him because he was so far off the track. The car was really good. Farmer City is always really challenging, always up on the wheel and it’s an Illinois bullring for sure. You got to be up on the wheel the whole race, a big ole cushion in turns three and four.”

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