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woochampBobby earned his first career national touring series championship as he was crowned the 2023 World of Outlaws Series champion Saturday night at the Charlotte (NC) Dirt Track. In his first full season with the World of Outlaws, he scored 14 feature wins with 25 top-five finishes and 32 top 10s in 38 starts. “It was really nice proving everybody wrong, all the naysayers and all that,” Bobby said. “And not just proving them wrong but winning the whole thing and dominating toward the end. I don’t doubt them for having disbeliefs. I only ran a full series one time. It was a long time ago. It was 2018. You see it all the time, guys drop off and they go run Summer Nationals or whatever they might do, and it just doesn’t work out. We knew we had a mindset that we were going to do it. The car was really fast all year. Won a lot of races. Just been one of them monumental years for us. It’s pretty crazy. The Outlaw title is something that, for me… I never knew when I was going to run a national series again. So, when we ran it this year, at first, I wasn’t sure we would even be in the hunt to win this thing. To come out on top is very very special for us. The history with the World of Outlaws, I think it is one of the best series of racing in the world. Man, it’s just, it’s really a goal that came true.” Bobby collected $150,000 for winning the championship and another $25,000 as part of the winner’s circle bonus program.

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