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82 Robbie Andersen          Updated by Driver: 11/27/2020
Proofed by Staff: 11/28/2020

 Driver Information
Nickname: Rocket Robbie
Hometown: Omaha,NE
Birthdate: 2/22/88
Height: 5'11"
Email Address: racerdirt88@msn.com
Racing Web Site: www.facebook.com/82racing
Marital Status: Dating
Children: Bailee
Employer: Nebraska Iowa Supply Company
Job: VP of Service Implementation
Year Started Racing: 1996
Total Years Racing: 24
Racing Hero: Kenny Schrader, Carl Edwards, Ryan Newman, and Dale McDowell

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 2016 Rocket
Owner: Scott & Lisa Andersen
Crew Chief: Scott Andersen
Crew: Lisa, Scott.
Sponsors & Support: Petro-Mart - Westpoint, NE, Rob's Oil Company, Abe's Trash Service. I would like to thank my family for being at my side every step of the way throughout my career. I would also like to thank Bill Wrich for his much needed advice.

 Tracks & Series
I-80 Speedway (NE) - Super Late Model #82
MBSLM Series - Super Late Model #82

 Awards & Accomplishments
2013 - 5th in SLMR Points, Hard Charger Award
2012 - 7th in SLMR Points, Hard Charger Award
2011 - 10th in SLMR Points
2010 - 5th in SLMR Points
2009 - 6th in SLMR Points
2008 - 10th in SLMR Points
2007 - 2nd in Junction Motor Speedway Weekly Late Model Points
2006 - 4th in CNCTA Late Model Points at Junction Motor Speedway and Rookie of the Year Award, 16th in Super Late Model Points at Nebraska Raceway Park
2005 - 16th in Grand National Points at Nebraska Raceway Park, a few heat race wins made for a pretty good rookie season
2004 - Blue Wazoom Kart Points Championship at Wavelink Raceway Park, Stock Super Heavy Kart National Championship in Stanton, NE, Hobby Stock Rookie of the Year at Nebraska Raceway Park, 1 Hobby Stock A Feature win
2000 - 2nd place in Region 5A Junior 2 Heavy Kart class

 Career Summary
My dad started my racing career many years ago when he started racing karts. He got my brother involved when he was a kid, so naturally I had to try it when I was old enough. My first time out I got the need for speed and never stopped. I moved up through the karting divisions and into my brother's old Hobby Stock in 2004. In the off season of 2004 I had a lot of influence from Brian Scott to move into the Limited Late Model division. I had to convince my dad, but in 2005 I rolled onto the track in a Limited Late Model, hoping to give Brian some competition. Over the years our team has worked on improving the equipment, and I have steadily gained experience, which has allowed us to move into the Super Late Model division.
 Racing Goals
My goal in racing is to keep it fun. When racing is not fun anymore, then it is time to quit. I would like to win a SLMR A Feature, but I want to be consistent as well as competitive.
 Other Interesting Team Information
In Go-Karts I always ran number 88 because I was born in 1988. When I got to Hobby Stocks, the 82 was already on the car from my brother so I just left it. When I moved up to the Limited Late Model Division I wanted to run the number 88 but Brian Scott had already claimed that number. I tried to buy it but he would not sell. Everyone already knew me as the number 82 so I just decided to leave it.

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