Bob Geiger drives the #38 Late Model Class
car. His home track is Delaware International Speedway but he can
also be found racing at Georgetown, DE. He lives in Laurel, DE.
Team members helping Bob are:
Debbie Geiger, Jamie Echols, Amanda Echols, Roy Hassle, Stevie Hassle,
and Mike Wilson. Bob Geiger is the car owner.
Bob started racing in 1968 in the Late
Model Class at Delaware International Speedway because it looked like
fun. His first win was in 1971 in the Opal Class at Winsham,
Germany and then in 1973 in the Hobby V8 at Delaware International
Speedway. Career highlights include winning 14 races in 1980 at
Georgetown Speedway and he won the Hot Dog Award NDRA in 1980.
The thrill of racing for Bob is building
the cars, being with the people and racing with the big dogs. His most exciting racing moment was winning
the World 100 with Larry Moore and his wife Debbie working on Larry's
car.. He's most proud of working with Larry Moore at World 100.
Bob's racing hero is Larry Moore.
Of racing, Bob says, "It's fun, go do it
at what level that you can afford!".
Larry's favorite racing website is