Age is just a number.
Bobby Eberle has a unique story as a racecar driver. Not that he’s the youngest to win a championship. Not that he’s the first to break a record. But that he’s attempting to compete at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway at over 200 mph by the time he turns 50 years old.
Bobby has already shattered common beliefs that you cannot debut in extreme sports unless you’re in your teens or twenties by winning the Pro Mazda National Class Championship three years running, scoring 23 race wins along the way.
In addition to being a racecar driver, Bobby has a B.S. degree in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University, as well as M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mechanical engineering from Rice University. He’s also built an extensive business-to-business networking and events platform for his partners, as well as a new social-media documentary “#RookieStripes – The Bobby Eberle Story.”