|90 Bob Walker, Jr.|| ||Updated by Driver: 5/20/2006|
Edited by Staff: 9/13/2006
| ||Hometown: Council Bluffs, IA|
Email Address: email@example.com
Marital Status: Married - Christine
Employer: Chief Industries
Year Started Racing: 1988
Total Years Racing: 16
Racing Hero: I don't really have one particular driver as a hero. I appreciate many drivers in classes all the way from Dirt Late Model to Winston Cup.
|Year/Make/Model: 2000 GRT|
Owner: Bob Walker
Crew Chief: John Walker
Crew: Bob Walker, Sr., Ron Cihacek, Christine Walker, Justin Dilley.
Sponsors & Support: Thank you to Albright's Champion Auto and Special Thanks to Our Own Upholstery for their loyal sponsorship of over 10 years! We would also like to thank the members of our families and all of our friends who have supported us both at and away from the track through the good years and the bad.
|Shelby County Speedway (IA) - Super Late Model #90|
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|16 Pro Am A Feature Wins.|
11 Grand National A Feature Wins.
1989 Sunset Pro Am Sportsman of the Year.
1995 & 1996 Sunset Pro Am Championship.
1995 Sunset Pro Am Most Popular Driver.
1995 Sunset Pro Am Hammer Down Award.
1997 Sunset Grand National Co-Rookie of the Year.
1998 Sunset Grand National Best Appearing Car Award.
2000 Shelby County Grand National King of the Hill.
2001 Shelby County Grand National King of the Hill.
| Career Summary|
|I became interested in racing as a kid when my dad would take me to Playland Speedway. I started going to the races with Scott Carlson, who helped me build my first Bronco in 1988. The class later became the Pro Ams. After winning the Championship in 95 and 96, I decided it was time to make the move to the Grand National division.|
| Racing Goals|
|To win Tiny Lund!|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|My car number, 90, was originally going to be 00 because the crew and I had joked about having a number that would read the same if the car ever flipped on its lid, but Bob Kell beat me to that number, so I decided on the #90. Fortunately, I never have rolled over. Knock on wood!|