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tricity may25Starting on the pole, Bobby led all 40 laps Tuesday night to score the $10,000 Castrol FloRacing Night in America win, his 30th career Late Model victory at Tri-City (IL) Speedway. He was never challenged as he took the checkers over four seconds ahead of Davenport. "I was pretty nervous," Bobby said. "The main reason I'm out of breath, you know, I had a pretty good guy running second behind me. Strong field, and you know you are doing something right when you can outrun the 49 and 6 car this season! So awesome to win in front of a packed house and so many people watching from home. Big shoutout to my dad building an awesome car, it was flawless tonight! Big thanks to my crew...they have worked so hard and deserve this. Also, thanks to all my sponsors and fans, you guys keep us going! -- Jacob Dearing Photo

boone may1Bobby cashed in on a $30,000 payday Saturday night in the Hawkeye 100 at Boone (IA) Speedway. Taking the lead on the 30th lap, he led the rest of the 100-lap distance to score his second big-money victory of the season. "This is awesome,” Bobby said. “Thirty grand and another World of Outlaws win.” While running fifth on lap 20, Bobby anticipated the track would soon lock down so he made his move to the front. “I felt it take a little bit of rubber off two early on,” explained Bobby. “Right then, I knew if we were gonna get it, we had to get it right then.” Once out front, he was able to navigate through traffic and hold on for the win. Bobby has been successful in his career in longer distance races, and Saturday night's 100-lap triumph followed up his 75-lap win in April. “I’ve always liked the longer races, it gives me time to figure out the racetrack,” Bobby said. “There’s something about the 100-lap races because it gives me time to work.” -- Jacy Norgaard Photo

farmercity apr3Leading the first 70 laps in the annual Illini 100 Saturday night at Farmer City (IL) Raceway, Bobby looked to be on his way to his first Illini 100 win until a late caution with five laps to go. On the restart, he lost the lead, but was not going to be denied this time as he made a daring move entering turn three, sliding in the front of the leader as they came to the white flag, and held on to record his first career World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory and a $20,000 payday! "It was probably one of the most exciting finishes I’ve ever had," Bobby said. "Luckily we pulled it off. Just the right amount of laps left to do it and have the last lap to seal the deal there. Just to get it for myself, but my family and friends too. They’ve wanted it as bad as me. They know I’ve been so close. It’s just crazy to finally get it. It feels like the World 100, it really does. Man, I’m shaking. This is awesome." -- Jacy Norgaard Photo

bristol mar19Bobby finished fourth in the inaugural Bristol Dirt Nationals Saturday night at Bristol (TN) Motor Speedway. He started fifth in the 40-lap feature. "Overall, a pretty solid weekend," Bobby said. "Want to thank each and every fan who purchased something from our apparel trailer! You guys are awesome!" -- Josh James Photo

volusia feb9Bobby raced with a heavy heart Tuesday night at Volusia as his aunt Jen passed away earlier in the day. He was determined to win the race in her honor...and he did just that. Starting on the pole, he led all 30 laps as he took the checkers eight-tenths of a second ahead of Moran. "What a wave of emotions the past couple days," Bobby said. "Wanted to get the win for her tonight and was able to get it done! I had an angel in the cockpit, as she was for sure riding with me tonight." -- Josh James Photo

bubba feb2Bobby finished second after leading 13 laps Tuesday night at Bubba (FL) Raceway Park. He started third in the 40-lap Lucas Oil Series race and took the lead on the ninth circuit. He finished 0.5 seconds behind at the checkers. “Getting second here, the third time I’ve raced this track is pretty good,” Bobby said. "Again, we had an awesome car. Very proud of the direction my team is going!" -- Heath Lawson Photo

arizona jan17Bobby completed the six-race Wild West Shootout on Sunday with his third top-five finish. For the week, he had one fast time (overall) award, three heat race wins, and one pole award. He also suffered three DNFs, with one coming while running third on Saturday night. "We had three top-fives and three DNFs and every night I feel like we could have been up front," Bobby said. "It was a lot of fun and we learned a lot!" -- Fizzle Photo

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