Ownbey Holds Off Hedgecock For $4,000 Topless Victory

Sunday, September 15, 2019 - by Steve Hixson
Lil' John Ownbey
Lil' John Ownbey

Lil' John Ownbey of Cleveland held off charges from Loudon's Cory Hedgecock Saturday night at 411 Motor Speedway for a $4,000 payday with the Topless Outlaw Late Model series.

Ownbey piloting the Powell Motorsports #J0 "Orr Brothers Construction, Sam Restaurant Equipment, EZ-GO, Henderson Motorsports, M&S Motors, James Mowery Trucking, Stealth Racing Carburators, Car Smart Auto Sales, Orr Lawn Care, Elliotts Tire Center, Chambers Equipment Sales, Ahnna Parkhurst Racing, Water Works Marine" race car dominated all 40 laps of the feature after setting fast time (14:119) of the 35 entrants.

Signal Mountain racer Heath Hindman was the races Hard Charger finishing 7th after starting 21st.

The series races again in East Tennessee in Bulls Gap in mid October.  


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