Bobby Wilson (racing driver)
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October 6, 1981 |
|Firestone Indy Lights Series|
|Teams||Michael Crawford Motorsports
Kenn Hardley Racing
Brian Stewart Racing
|Best finish||4th in 2006 & 2007|
|2004||Formula Ford 2000 Zetec|
|Jim Trueman Scholarship
Shifter Kart Illustrated driver of the year
An accomplished karter, Wilson won the "Stars of Tomorrow" championship and the Jim Trueman Scholarship in 2003 and was Shifter Kart Illustrated's driver of the year. He moved up to cars the following year and won the Formula Ford 2000 Zetec championship with four wins in his rookie season. In 2005 he made his Indy Pro Series debut with 3 starts for Brian Stewart Racing. In 2006, running for Michael Crawford and Kenn Hardley, he finished fourth in the Pro Series standings, capturing his first win from the pole at Watkins Glen International. For the 2007 season, he returned to Brian Stewart and won in Liberty Challenge Race 2 on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. In 2008, he continued in the series, then known as the Firestone Indy Lights Series and for the new Team E outfit. He captured his first oval victory at the Milwaukee Mile on June 1.
The 2008 Indy Lights season was his last professional race appearance.
SCCA National Championship Runoffs
|2001||Mid-Ohio||Van Diemen RF01||Ford||Formula Continental||24||5||DNF|
- Wiedemann, John (June 1, 2008). "Dream Win For Wilson At The Milwaukee Mile". racingnation.com. Retrieved 19 May 2010.
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