Bobby Pierce will pilot the Mystery Machine in World 100
This week, the national dirt late model scene unloads in tiny Rossburg, Ohio. The half-mile dirt track of Eldora Speedway is set to host on of the biggest dirt races of the season.
View the Scooby Doo Dirt Late Model below.
This year, everything is doubled. Due to last year’s postponement, two World 100’s will take place over four straight days of dirt track racing.
Races at the track have formerly brought unique wraps. Such as Jonathan Davenport running the Brewster Baker machine or Bobby Pierce running the Joker themed car.
This year is no different and Bobby Pierce is at it again. He’ll be fielding his own ‘Dream Machine’.
The car is fitted with references like, ‘Slide Job Inc.”
Bobby Pierce comments on the Scooby Doo car
Pierce opened, “ZOINKSSSS!!!!”
“It’s that time of year again… officially made it to Eldora for another World 100. Excited to reveal the new theme as it’s been something in the works since October of 2020! Wanted to do something for kids of all ages!”
“Make sure to stop by the apparel trailer for all the new gear dropping and some fun surprises for the little ones.*while supplies last*”
“Can’t thank my fans and sponsors enough for helping me continue to do cool things like this! Special thanks to Anthony at Arizona Sport Shirts for all the hours involved with the artwork and Slicker Graphics for the badass wrap!”
The World 100 purse totals $763,300 with winners checks of $54,000 and $53,000 for each World 100 main event.