Moore wants to go dancing at Boone

Bob Moore
Bob Moore was the winner in the first of 30 Modified heat races Wednesday at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography)

By Ben Deatherage

BOONE, Iowa (Sept. 8, 2022) – One driver who has visited Boone Speedway many times for the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s is Bob Moore.

The Sioux City, Iowa, racer has never qualified for a Friesen Performance IMCA Modified dance but started his latest quest with the win in the first of the division’s 30 heat races.

“We want to get this first day out of the way and see what we got,” commented Moore beforehand. “We have made at least 15 trips here. We’ve never made the big dance but to win a heat is what we are going to try and do in the feature.”

For 2022, Moore picked up four wins on the year, including three at Raceway Park and one at Park Jefferson International Speedway, both located in Jefferson, S.D.

“We’ve struggled the last few years but have gotten some good help from Precision Performance. They’ve helped me a lot and got me on the right track the last couple of seasons,” he said. “We got a track championship and four wins, so that’s considerably better than what we have been doing.”