Welcome Back Champ! Stremme Returns to the ASA Late Model Series in 2005. Bobby Stremme the ASA Late Model Series 2004 Champion and Rookie of the year will once again compete for the title. What a season for Bobby, his car owner; Rick...
Welcome Back Champ! Stremme Returns to the ASA Late Model Series in 2005.
Bobby Stremme the ASA Late Model Series 2004 Champion and Rookie of the year will once again compete for the title. What a season for Bobby, his car owner; Rick Bruder, his team and proud sponsors; MEIJER, Hamke Race Cars, and Reb BCO.
Out of the 13 events Bobby took 12 top ten finishes, 9 top five finishes and 3 wins. By the last race, he was pretty much unstoppable. Hard work really paid off for this team; still they made it look so easy, all the great ones do.
The 1st win of the season at was at Berlin Raceway in Marne, Michigan on June 12th; it wasn't long before he won another feature and the Tricky Tri- City Track in Auburn, Michigan. The final win for Bobby was at Indianapolis Raceway Park (IRP) on July 31st. At this point Stremme and his team had the ASA Late Model Series Champion and Rookie title within their grasp.
"Bobby is such a nice guy" stated Ron Varney the Series President. "Not only do you want him around because of his talent, but he and his team are really a pleasure to be around".
Bobby is married to Crystal and has two children; Nicholas and Dylan. They raise their family in South Bend, Indiana.
Bobby began his racing career in 1996, winning a Mini-Stock event at New Paris Speedway in Northern Indiana. After several successful seasons in Mini-Stocks and Street Stocks, he advanced to the Late Model division.
Bobby captured three New Paris Late Model championships from 2000-2003, and amassed over 30 victories. He also gained experience at the tracks of Plymouth, Toledo, Anderson, Indianapolis Raceway Park and Kalamazoo.
Bobby will be honored as The 2004 ASA Late Model Series Champion and Rookie of the year at the 2004 Awards Banquet on January 29th in Marshall Michigan.