The Boss returned to his home state of New Jersey over the weekend, making a stop down the Shore in Wildwood, N.J., for a car race on Sunday.

As the North Wildwood Recreation and Tourism Facebook page posted over the weekend, Bruce Springsteen was back in New Jersey on Sunday for the Race of Gentlemen on Wildwood's Schellenger Avenue. A gearhead-oriented event, Race of Gentlemen features car and motorcycle races beside the water in town.

Springsteen stopped for a couple photos with fans during the races:

This Wildwood visit is Springsteen's second in just a few weeks. The New Jersey-born rocker also visited Wildwood in late May, where he was spotted hanging out on the boardwalk. As the Asbury Park Press reported at the time, that trip was among Springsteen's first to Wildwood, where his son, Sam, works at the North Wildwood Fire Department.

During that trip, the Boss reportedly hung at the boardwalk for a couple hours, and had a meal at the Olympic Flame Restaurant. No word on what Springsteen chowed down on this time around.

In addition to the Wildwood spotting over this past weekend, Springsteen was also sighted in Asbury Park last week. As Page Six reports, Springsteen was in Asbury Park last week to attend photographer Danny Clinch's Transparent photo exhibit as the Asbury Hotel.

During that visit, a source tells Page Six, Springsteen "hung out for hours listening to local musicians perform." He also declined to perform at the exhibit, telling fans "next time."