Bobby Replaces Marcos Ambrose in Daugherty Racing’s 47 Car

Millions of Americans have a passion for racecar driving. Many great drivers have made history driving famous racecars. Robert Allen, better known as Bobby Labonte, is a professional racecar driver. He replaced Marcos Ambrose in 2011 and started driving the number 47 racecar. He lives in Trinity, North Carolina with his wife and two children. He and his brother Terry made history by being the only brothers to win Sprint Cup championships.

Bobby finished 30th place in his first race. Despite

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Out of the Shadow: Bobby Labonte’s Rise in NASCAR

The Labonte family is very popular because of their ties to NASCAR. It is easy to see why these race car drivers are so popular and it is because they are so good at the sport. If you want to learn more about the race car drivers themselves, it can be easy to do from home by searching online. You can find a variety of different biographies on the Labonte family and all of the drivers who are in NASCAR and have cars themselves that they race on a routine

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Bobby’s First Championship: The 1991 Busch Series Champion

Following several brief appearances in the series starting in 1982, Bobby Labonte earned enough money to fund his own team in the Busch Series in 1990. Garnering sponsorship by snack producer Slim Jim, Bobby drove his 44 Oldsmobile to multiple top ten finishes that year. The famed Bristol Motor Speedway was good for Bobby, netting him points for capturing the pole position for both races at the track. He finished the year number four in overall standings and the

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Bobby Labonte’s Life In The Fast Lane

If you’re like me, then you spend a lot of your time watching races on your here and chances are the name Bobby Labonte has come up on more than a few occasions. Born in May 8, 1964 in Corpus Christi, Texas, Bobby was born a racer. He raced quarter midgets when he was five years old winning his first major race only a year later and from there it was just a small step to go-karts which would open the door to his stellar career.

Most of his later success came from a stint he did driving old-model stock cars where he won a dozen different races in Caraway Speedway. He spent some time in the local leagues and races before finally making that momentous jump into the exciting world of NASCAR, and from there his racing career only continued to skyrocket with 21 wins on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, 10 wins on the NASCAR Nationwide Series and 1 win on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – and he’s just getting started folks. Bobby Labonte and his brother, Terry, have both won the Cup series championship and are still out there tearing up the track and blazing through the finish.

Labonte Versus Labonte: Who Is the Better Driver?

If you ask 100 people, who is the better driver, Bobby or brother Terry Labonte, you will probably have a split vote. The brothers became the first siblings who have both won the NASCAR championship. Terry was twice the winner in 1984 and 1996. Bobby took home the win in 2000.

Fifty-four year old Terry Labonte was named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers. He has 22 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wins during his career. He also has 11 NASCAR Nationwide Cup

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Terry’s Years Racing for Billy Hagans

Billy Hagan, a NASCAR driver/owner from Lillie, Louisiana, died a few years ago on the fifty-first birthday of one of his prized drivers, Terry Labonte. The two had spent many years together on the NASCAR circuit. It all started in 1978 when Labonte replaced Skip Manning. He remained with Hagan until 1986. Five years later he returned to the Hagan team but with little success. During his years with Hagan, Labonte became the youngest champion, of his era. He was 27

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National Quarter Midget Hall of Famer Terry Labonte

Terry Labonte, 54, is now a semi retired NASCAR driver. He currently owns a Chevrolet Car Dealership in North Carolina. Labonte was born in Corpus Christi, Texas. Terry Labonte started racing quarter-midgets when he was a young child growing up in Texas. He started to excel in the sport at the age of seven. By the age of nine, Terry won a National Championship Title. He moved on to racing at local short tracks in a stock car, through his teenage years. During those years Labonte raced on both dirt and

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Two of a Kind: The Labonte Brothers Driving Style

Terry and Bobby Labonte truly are NASCAR legends. Any true fan can easily rattle off statistics regarding their multiple wins, the ups and downs of their careers, and sometimes surprising finishes. The brothers have collectively been in the sport since 1978, with Terry beginning his career at Darlington Raceway and Bobby following in 1982 at Martinsville. They are the only brothers to have won the NASCAR championship; Terry in 1984 and Bobby in 2000.

In a sport that’s been ever increasing in popularity

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