October 20, 2021

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(Wednesday, June 30, 2021 version)

SPRING Town, Tenn. – Billy Hogan of Chattanooga, TN picked up the $2,000 major prize in the 100-lap Enduro Race on Saturday night time at Mountain See Raceway in Spring Town, TN driving his #14 Ford Crown Victoria.  Hogan was declared the winner in the Submit-Race Tech Inspection just after the clear winner Jerry Coffman of Soddy Daisy, TN refused to offer his auto following it was claimed.

ond-put, a few laps down, to the Winner’s Circle in excess of the 36-automobile discipline with Coffman’s refusal to provide.  William Floyd Jr, of Maryville, TN concluded next and third went to Jason Prepare dinner of Ooltewah, TN.  Josh Cook dinner of Birchwood, TN was fourth and Zach Stanfield of Cleveland, TN rounded out the prime five.

There was a overall of 150 race autos from four diverse states in 8 unique Divisions that jammed into Mountain Look at Raceway’s pit spot to contend in entrance of a packed Grandstand at what the enthusiasts voted as the Finest Race Track in Tennessee in a Poll on the Tennessee Racing Facebook Site.  The seven Mountain Perspective Raceway Weekly Racing Divisions had been also in action with the Enduro.

John Ownbey of Cleveland, TN drove the Orr Brothers Building Kryptonite to his 3rd straight 20-lap Late Model earn at Mountain Perspective Raceway and his fourth victory of the period on the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval.  Josh Collins of Knoxville, TN concluded second in the Knoxville Diesel Rocket.

The defending Mountain View Raceway Late Model Winner Barry Goodman of Spring Town, TN took the 3rd spot in the Charlie’s Used Auto Elements CVR and fourth went to Sean Truelove of Cleveland, TN in the Levi Racing Rocket.  

Cory Bettis of Delano, TN rounded out the major 5 in the Bettis Racing Specific.

Matt Steward of Hixson, TN received the 15-lap Sportsman Feature Race driving the Steward Racing Distinctive.  Hayden Ownbey of Cleveland, TN unsuccessful to match his Father with his 3rd straight win, falling a person place brief after having next in the Ownbey Racing Distinctive.  Sylvan Schuette of Blairsville, GA was 3rd in the Speedy Fab Set-Up and Layout Longhorn.

Tyler Jolley of Spring City, TN won the 15-lap Newbie Sportsman Primary Celebration in the Jolley Racing Distinctive.  Dustin Bunch of Rocky Prime, TN concluded second in the Bunch Racing Distinctive and Tyler Loden of Spring Town, TN took the third place in the Lashes and Waxing By Paige GRT.

Travis Sietsema of Crossville, TN was the winner of the 15-lap Open up-Wheel Modified Aspect Race in the Tee’s Home Improvement LG2.  Robby Reagan of Crossville, TN was 2nd in the Jackson Outside Lightning and the third location went to Josh Stoglin of Sparta, TN in the Stoglin Racing Special.

Eric Hughes of Graysville, TN drove the Hughes Farms Monte Carlo to victory in the 15-lap B-Interest Element Race.  Jim Gilbert of Rossville, GA concluded 2nd in the Rat Rod Chevelle and Lynn Moffett of Niota, TN took the 3rd spot in the BR549 Junior Samples Vehicle Product sales Particular.

Spencer Walton of Crossville, TN was the winner in the 15-lap Thunder Main Occasion driving the Kennedy Siding Monte Carlo.  The next spot went to Bobby Davenport of Crossville, TN in the Davenport Racing Specific with Jonathan Caldwell of Tuscumbia, AL taking third in the Southeast Axle Repair Monte Carlo.

A area of 28 Front-Wheel-Generate entries compelled a pair of 15-lap Feature Races.  The initial Primary occasion was gained by Nathan Adams of Crossville, TN in the Adams Racing Particular.  Next and 3rd respectively ended up Matthew Sullivan of Cookeville, TN in the Sullivan Racing Chevrolet and Chad Carter of Tullahoma, TN driving the Carter Racing Honda.

Jacob Sharp of Crossville, TN drove the Sharp Race Cars and trucks Chevrolet to victory in the next 15-lap Entrance-Wheel-Drive Key Party.  Nick Adams of Crossville, TN completed 2nd in the Grave Digger HHR Chevrolet and Joe Scealf of Decatur, TN took the 3rd spot in the J&S Towing Chevrolet.

The Sportsman Division at Mountain See Raceway will honor an East Tennessee Dirt Racing Legend with the $3,000-to-acquire Inaugural Sam Williams Memorial 40 this Saturday night time, July 3.  

The race will also feature Lap Prizes at $25 a lap to make the race a attainable $4,000-to-earn.  The Mountain Check out Raceway Sportsman Division guidelines are accessible at www.mountainviewraceway.com.

This Saturday night’s event at Mountain Perspective Raceway will also aspect Weekly Level Races with Double Points for the Late Product, Open up-Wheel Modified, B-Pastime, Thunder and Front-Wheel Travel Divisions.  The Novice Sportsman Division will also be in motion this Saturday night.  As often, there will be a good deal of functions for the Youngsters and their will be a massive Fireworks Present.

On Saturday at Mountain Check out Raceway, the Pit Gate opens at 3 p.m., and the Grandstand/Tier Parking Gates opens at 4 p.m.  Pre-Race Complex Inspection and Registration will be from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the Motorists Conference is set for 5:45 p.m., with Racing scheduled for 6 p.m.  Ticket costs for the Pits, Grandstand and Tier Parking will be declared.

Mountain Check out Raceway the place you can get “Your Thrill By The Hill” is situated at 20626 Rhea County Freeway (U.S. Freeway 27), Spring Town, TN  37381.  

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