His children's names are Robert Tyler and Madison Elizabeth.
He is married to a woman named Donna.
Among his racing heroes while growing up were his older brother Terry, A.J. Foyt and Richard Petty.
He and his brother Terry had a park named in their honor in their hometown of Corpus Christi, Texas in 2001.
Twice in Bobby's career has the last race of the season provided his only win of the year: in 1996 and 1997 at the season-ending race in Atlanta.
His first win was the Coca-Cola 600 in 1995.
His first race was the Budweiser 500 in 1991.
Bobby made his Busch Series debut in 1982.
Bobby has had 21 wins and 193 Top Tens.
Bobby has 26 Poles.
Bobby ran the 24 hours of Daytona road race, sharing a car with his brother Terry and two other guys.
Bobby only had one win in 2002.
Bobby won his first Winston Cup Championship in 2000.
When he was young he first started racing in quarter midgets.
He graduated from Trinity High School, and then he worked as a fabricator on Terry's cars.
He is the uncle of a former Busch Series winner Justin Labonte.
Bobby and Terry are the only brothers to have won the championship in NASCAR's top series.
He's the only driver to win both the NASCAR Winston Cup championship and the NASCAR Busch Series championship.
Bobby won the IROC title in 2001.
Bobby began racing in 1969 around the age of five.
Bobby won twelve races at Caraway Speedway in 1987.
He won the Busch series race at Talladega Speedway in April 2007, just beating Tony Stewart, and it was his first Busch series win since 1998.
In the mid-1990s, he was diagnosed with Graves Disease.
He's won three NASCAR Cup races at Pocono Raceway, including both races in 1999.
Bobby Labonte was born in 1964, the year of the Dragon, according to Chinese horoscopes.
He finished in the 21st position in the final point standings in his first year with Petty Enterprises.
His brother Terry ran his last NASCAR Nextel Cup race at Texas in November 2006.
Bobby is eight years younger than his brother Terry.
He won the 1991 NASCAR Busch Series championship.
His brother Terry finished second to him when he got his first career NASCAR Nextel Cup victory.
He and Dale Earnhardt were the only two drivers to finish every race of the 2000 season.
As of 2007, he has 21 career NASCAR Nextel Cup victories.
As of 2007, he has six NASCAR Nextel Cup victories at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Bobby got his first career Nextel Cup victory in the 1995 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
He won the 2000 Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
In 2005, Bobby parted ways with his long time car owner Joe Gibbs.
In 1984, when his brother Terry won his first NASCAR Cup championship, Bobby was one of the guys who worked on his car that year.
Bobby has never won the Daytona 500 as of 2007, but he did finish second to Dale Earnhardt in the 1998 version of The Great American Race.
When his brother Terry won his second championship, Bobby won the race that day and joined his brother in a victory lap around the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
He ran for Winston Cup (now known as Nextel Cup) Rookie of the Year in 1993, and finished second to Jeff Gordon.
His Astrological sign is Taurus.
Bobby Labonte: When I quit driving it one day, I want to see 25 guys in line wanting to drive it because it must be a great car. You want people to want to drive the car. That would be better than any money you could get to have that feeling.
Bobby Labonte: You've got to be with a team that's hungry, that's on the edge, and confidence plays a big role as far as the driver goes. And I think the group is as hungry as everyone else out there. I feel we got things in the right place.