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Bobby Ducote remained No. 1 on America’s List after defeating Lee Roberts

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws star Bobby Ducote returned to action on Monday’s episode of Street Outlaws America’s List. He raced against Memphis Street Outlaws driver Lee Roberts for the No. 1 spot at the location near La Villa, Texas.

This was Ducote’s first race on the show in two weeks. He did not compete on last Monday’s episode, as he did not like a potential call out by Ryan Martin.

Street Outlaws star Lil Legend Bobby Ducote’s car on the streets before making a pass
Lil Legend Bobby Ducote’s car on the streets before making a pass (Photo by Lil Legend Bobby Ducote/Facebook & Courtney Paulshock Photography)

Roberts — who was a part of the Race Your Way In group before filming began — has raced his way into the Top 5. However, on this night, he was not able to defeat Ducote in the episode.

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“As soon as we leave, I got on the wheelie bars,” Roberts said on the show. “I knocked the tires off. I got something wrong, something’s broke, something’s wrong. It’s never done this to me and I gotta get this fixed. I need to get it figured out and get my head together. Then, I can go back to get that No. 1 spot.”

This was Ducote’s first race as the No. 1 driver on the show. He previously defeated Ryan Martin to get the top spot.

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“He didn’t jump,” Ducote said. “I seen the light before I seen him move. He knocked the tires off on the starting line and I knocked them off on the big end. I took the W and came back to defend my No. 1 spot. I’m stoked. I really can’t say anything else. People can’t say that I don’t deserve to be there. I defended it. I’m still No. 1 going into next week. Hopefully, I can stay No. 1.”

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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