MEG's  Reality TV Show - Bobby Earnhardt

The Bobby Earnhardt Reality Series

Follow Bobby has he chases his dream to continue his in Grandfather's footsteps to be a racing champion!

Bobby Dale Earnhardt wants to earn success.

There is a reputation that precedes the name Earnhardt in the world of NASCAR. The reputation is one of grit, determination, and afierce desire to finish first. Fortunately for NASCAR fans,the Earnhardt name will continue to be a fixtureon the racetrack for many years to come through thenew Earnhardt blood pursuing a racing career.

Bobby Dale Earnhardt, the 1st grandson of Dale Earnhardt, Sr and son of Kerry Earnhardt, is out to prove that he too deserves a chance to lineup on race day, side-by-side with todays best drivers. He is starting his racing career the same as his grandfather,Dale Earnhardt, Sr.

Bobby Dale intends to earn his way onto the starting field of the biggest stages inmotorsports with determination and hard work. Bobby Dale wants to build his racingcareer on the merit of his talent and not because of the name on his driver's license.

By working hard, I WIll appreciate my successes much more in the long run, he said.

Today, the Earnhardt name lives on in NASCAR through Dale Earnhardt, Jr., but Bobby DaleEarnhardt is next in line to continue the family tradition.

2012 was a great year where he gained driving experience, earn respect, and create the opportunity to drive NASCAR. His grassroots effort is something inwhich he has pride. "Im working to raise the money on my own and start in the development series like everyone else, Im no different than anyone else."

Bobby Dale Earnhardt pursued ARCA TRUCK racing because he believes the short track high action will sharpen his driving skills for his ascent to the big stage.

The 2013 ARCA Truck Series season caught the attention of many fans as he captured The Rookie of the Year title, placed 6th in overall points and recieved The Most Popular Driver Award and he intends to add his own chapter to the Earnhardt legacy one race at a time until he earns a hefty branch on the Earnhardt family tree.

Family dynasties abound in the world of auto racing. Think of the legendary Mario Andretti and his sons Michael and Jeff; Al Unser and his brothers Jerry Jr., Bobby and Louie; and A.J. Foyt Jr. and his grandchildren Larry and A.J. Yet another clan whose love of racing has extended wide across the branches of the family tree is the Earnhardts.

One of the most dynamic up-and-comers in this celebrated family is Bobby Dale Earnhardt. Born into a family of racing royalty, the 28-year-old is the grandson of NASCAR legend Dale "the Intimidator" Earnhardt Sr., and two other relatives´┐┐uncle Dale Earnhardt Jr. and father Kerry Earnhardt have also wowed the crowds. As for Bobby, not only is he proving himself on the racetrack, he's racing to reality TV.

Earlier this year, Bobby agreed to film a reality TV series based on his quest to follow in his grandfather's footsteps. The show has been tentatively titled Chasing a Legend: The Racing Life of Bobby Earnhardt. The show will give viewers an unprecedented look at the life of this up-and-coming racing star and also give them an up-close view of the world of ARCA racing. Bobby was voted 2013 ARCA Truck Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Driver. The ARCA Truck Series, which is completing its sixth full season, has grown into one of the most versatile in short-track racing.

But the show will also reflect the religious insights of a rising star in a sport that has long attracted the faithful. This attitude is reflected by organizations such as the nationwide ministry Motor Racing Outreach, which notes on its website its mission to introduce the racing community to a personal faith in Christ. ABC News notes that amid the action of NASCAR thrives a rich vein of religion; auto racing is the only major sport with a pregame invocation, and some drivers make a point to actively promote their faith. And Christianity Today has chronicled how evangelicals have taken specific steps to conduct outreach focused on racing.

"Bobby Dale Earnhardt and his famous relatives - like many involved in the sport of racing are strong in their faith," says Kurt Neubauer, CEO of Momentous Entertainment Group. "Although the emphasis of the new reality show will be Bobby's exploits on the racetrack, we feel he will be willing to share his personal feelings about his Christian beliefs. We think these insights will give his fans and new audiences a well-rounded perspective on what goes through a racer's mind on and off the track."

Inserting religous beliefs on the racetrack may become the newest and most interesting twist on faith-based reality TV to date.

The success of shows like Duck Dynasty prove that religous reflexion can impact realty TV in a very possitive and lucrative way.

A Preview Clip of "Chasing a Legend: The Racing Life of Bobby Earnhardt"


State of the Show


Filming & Production

Initial filming began in October of 2015 at the Lincoln Welders 125 at Lake County Speedway in Painesville, Ohio. The Company's Chief Operations Officer, John Pepe led our film crew as they began to collect media footage on the race, Bobby and the color of the event. Several high end cameras were used to capture exciting racing footage, situations and other scenes. Mr. Pepe has been in the process of tagging the footage for preparation of compiling and beginning to build an initial production reel on the show. Once the reel is completed, Momentous will post the footage on this page for Bobby's fans to get sneek preview of the show to come.