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1May 26, 2019 - Friday night found Kent Robinson in action in the Open Wheel Modified ranks for the Josh Burton Memorial at Bloomington Speedway (Bloomington, Indiana). Competing in a field of 25 Modifieds in the feature, Robinson was early retiree from the main event.

1The following night in his Super Late Model at Florence Speedway (Union, Kentucky), Kent scored a 4th place finish in his heat which positioned him 16th on the starting grid for the $5,000-to-win A-Main. Passing 12 cars in the 50-lap affair, Robinson reeled in a 4th place finish behind Darrell Lanigan, Zack Dohm, and Mike Marlar with Tyler Erb coming in 5th.

Sunday night’s ALMS sanctioned program at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) was rained out.

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1May 18, 2019 - Kent Robinson was one of 28 American Ethanol Late Model Tour entries signed in at Brownstown Speedway (Brownstown, Indiana) on Satuday night for the EZ Lift 40. Coming in 2nd in his heat behind Mike Marlar, Robinson locked his spot into the $4,000-to-win A-Main. Reeling in a Top-5 finish, Kent scored a 4th place spot behind Scott James, Mike Marlar, and Devin Gilpin with Bobby Pierce coming in 5th.  (Brandon Murray photo)

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1May 10, 2019 - Call it sweet redemption for Kent Robinson. After seeing a Schaeffer’s Oil Mid America Racing Series (MARS) victory earlier this year stripped due to a post-race rules infraction, Kent Robinson proved on Friday night that his series win was no fluke.

The Indiana racer piloted his JB’s Disposal Services #7r MB Customs/ Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model to the $10,000 MARS triumph in the Farmer City 74 at Farmer City Raceway.

“Any time you win is great, but when you’re racing for a cause or there’s a little bit more on your shoulders, it motivates me,” Robinson commented. “It’s what it did tonight and what’s it done since [the April 13 MARS disqualification].

“I try to delegate my time between all my activities, work and whatnot, and I’ve spent a little more time on my race car in the last couple of weeks. I hope it’s showing. We’ve picked up some speed. I can’t take all the credit, we’ve all put our heads together. But it just motivated me, and I think it’s been good.”

1Kent Robinson invaded Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, Illinois) on Friday night for the Schaeffer’s Oil Mars Racing Series (MARS) sanctioned Farmer City 74. In a stout field of 52 cars, Kent secured his spot into the opening night feature with a heat race victory.

Earning the fourth-starting position for the A-Main, Robinson slipped past race-leader Hudson O’Neal on lap-35. He then battled past fuel line issues to hold off a hard-charging Allen Weisser in the final laps to capture his second win of the season and a $10,000 payday.

Weisser, Darrell Lanigan, Devin Moran, and Dennis Erb Jr. trailed him to the checkers.

Saturday's FALS Frenzy at Fairbury Speedway (Fairbury, IL) was rained out.

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1May 4, 2019 - Kent Robinson wired the field at Fairbury American Legion Speedway on Saturday night to snare the $2,500 top prize in the inaugural FALS Cup event. The victory came aboard his JB’s Disposal Services #7r MB Customs/ Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“Man I love Fairbury, and we had pretty much a perfect night there on Saturday,” Robinson commented. “When you go into that place and beat those guys, you’ve done something. I can’t wait to go back there this weekend.

“We’ve got a great car, and I think we are about to have a pretty badass year.”

After losing his original plans to Mother Nature, Kent Robinson visited Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, Illinois) on Friday for the regular night of racing. After laying down the fourth-fastest time in qualifications, Robinson scored a heat race win, which positioned him second on the starting grid for the A-Main.

Battling at the front of the pack throughout the finale, Kent notched a runner-up finish behind Brian Shirley with Kyle Bronson, Jason Feger, and Ryan Unzicker rounding out the Top-5.

1On Saturday at Fairbury Speedway (Fairbury, Illinois), for the opening night of the FALS Cup, Robinson started the night with a heat race victory, which positioned him on the pole for the A-Main. Holding off a hard-charging Kyle Bronson, Robinson streaked to his first win of the season in the feature. Bronson, Ryan Unzicker, David Mielke, and Scott Schmitt completed the Top-5 finishers. (Allyson's Photography)

Robinson claimed a $2,500 payday for his efforts.

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