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(June 17, 2018)
Jimmy Owens and Team 20 were back in action with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series on June 15-16 in the annual 'Clash at the Mag' at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi. On Friday night in preliminary action, Jimmy stopped the clock second fastest during the qualifying session prior to scoring the victory in his loaded heat race. In Saturday's 100-lap contest, Jimmy led all but one circuit in the first 26 laps, but later drew a couple of mid-race caution flags. The Newport, Tennessee star, who currently sits ninth in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings, wound up retiring from the $20,000 to win extra-distance affair in the eighteenth position. Complete results from the 'Clash at the Mag' can be located online at

(June 10, 2018)
One of the sport's richest events was held from June 7-9 at the hallowed Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, as 78 competitors converged at the 1/2-mile speedplant to do battle in 'Dream XXIV.' Following a washout on Thursday night, both preliminary shows were held on Friday. In the $5,000 to win prelim during the afternoon, Jimmy Owens ran second in his heat race and second in the 25-lap main event behind only victor Darrell Lanigan, while he finished sixth in his heat race and won his B-Main before rallying to a twelfth place effort in the $10,000 to win prelim later in the evening. In Saturday's grand finale, Jimmy utilized a high point provisional to gain access into the 100-lap headliner following a fifth place performance in his heat race. The Newport, Tennessee ace then moved past eight competitors during the 100-lap crown jewel extravaganza on his way to a solid eleventh place showing in the $100,000 to win affair. Full results from the long, rainy weekend can be accessed online at

(June 3, 2018)
The Ramirez Motorsports team took advantage of a weekend off the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series trail to compete in a pair of $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series shootouts in east Tennessee over the June 1-2 weekend. On Friday night at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee, Jimmy Owens laid down the quickest lap overall during qualifying to earn Fast Time honors, ran second in his heat race, and later advanced up to second in the 50-lap headliner to trail only victor Cory Hedgecock at the checkered flag. At Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Saturday evening, Jimmy posted the second fastest lap in time trials prior to scoring the victory in heat race action. After running second through much of the 50-lapper at "The Gap," Jimmy thrilled his area fans by sliding past leader Chris Madden on the 47th circuit and driving to the $10,000 triumph over Madden, Dale McDowell, Michael Chilton, and Brandon Sheppard! Full results from the Outlaws doubleheader can be found online at (MRM Racing Photo)

(May 27, 2018)
Jimmy Owens headed to one of his favorite racetracks over the May 24-26 extended weekend, as Team 20 rolled into the state-of-the-art Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri for the 26th edition of the Lucas Oil 'Show-Me 100.' Things kicked off at the 3/8-mile speedplant with a pair of $6,000 to win preliminary programs. On Thursday night, Jimmy won his heat race and was running second in the 45-lap main event until his tires sealed over causing him to slide to a sixth place effort. In Friday evening's prelim, Jimmy laid down the fastest lap in Group B during qualifying, ran second in his heat race, and later grabbed the point in the A-Main on the fourteenth circuit from his eighth starting spot. The Newport, Tennessee star then led the remainder of the 40-lap affair to record the $6,000 payday over Brian Shirley, Scott Bloomquist, Jonathan Davenport, and Bobby Pierce!

After racking up the second most points during preliminary action, Jimmy started Saturday's 100-lap 'Show-Me 100,' which paid a whopping $30,000 to win, from the outside of the front row. He led the first fourteen circuits before regaining the point from Scott Bloomquist on the twenty-third lap. Jimmy then controlled the stellar field up until lap seventy when he unfortunately hooked quarter panels with the lapped car of Earl Pearson, Jr., which unfortunately sent his #20 machine into a spin. He wound up going to the tail of the field and retiring a short time later, which relegated him to a very disappointing twenty-third place performance in this year's version of the 'Show-Me 100.' Full results from the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series biggie can be accessed online at (Fast Track Photos)

(May 21, 2018)
With the rain-out of Sunday's annual 'Go 50' at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska, the Ramirez Motorsports team wound up competing in a pair of $12,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series contests over the May 18-20 weekend in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. On Friday night in a first-ever visit to 141 Speedway in Maribel, Wisconsin, Jimmy Owens grabbed the fourth transfer spot through his loaded heat race before slipping to fourteenth in the final rundown of the 50-lap main event. In the 'NAPA North Star Nationals' on Saturday evening at Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minnesota, Jimmy won his heat race in preliminary action and ran towards the front early in the 50-lapper before sliding back to eighth at the unfurling of the checkered flag. Full results can be located by clicking on

(May 13, 2018)
Jimmy Owens, of Newport, Tennessee, captured his first win of the 2018 racing season over the May 11-12 weekend in the inaugural 'First in Flight 100' at Fayetteville Motor Speedway in Fayetteville, North Carolina! Jimmy clicked off the fastest lap overall in World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series qualifying and set a New Track Record in doing so. After winning his heat race on Friday night, Jimmy also took the checkers in the Big C Dash for Cash to pocket an extra $2,001 and the pole position for Saturday's 100-lap grand finale.

The popular driver known as the "Newport Nightmare" then drove past early leader Brandon Sheppard on the sixteenth circuit and controlled the stellar field throughout the remainder of the extra-distance contest. At the unfurling of the checkered flag in the 'First in Flight 100,' Jimmy bested Sheppard, David Breazeale, Shane Clanton, and Chris Madden to pocket the whopping $25,001 paycheck! Full results from Fayetteville can be accessed online at

(May 6, 2018)
With Saturday's rain-out of the 'Ralph Latham Memorial' at Florence (KY) Speedway, the #20 team entered one lone Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event over the weekend on Friday, May 4 at the bad-fast Tazewell Speedway in Tazewell, Tennessee. A stellar 28 car field assembled at the 1/3-mile oval to vie for the $12,000 winner's check in the annual 'Toyota Knoxville 50.' Jimmy Owens knocked down the fifth quickest time overall during qualifying before taking the victory in his heat race. After leading and dominating the first 45 circuits of the A-Main from the outside of the front row, Jimmy's #20 machine unfortunately went up in smoke with only a handful of laps remaining - relegating him to a disappointing seventeenth in the final finishing order. The Newport, Tennessee star now sits eighth in the latest LOLMDS point standings. Complete results from "The Taz" can be accessed online at (MRM Racing Photo)

(April 29, 2018)
Next up on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series calendar was a visit to the Land of Lincoln on April 27-28 for a pair of $12,000 to win shootouts at Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois and at the tiny Macon Speedway in Macon, Illinois. On Friday night in the 'Busch 50' at Granite City, Jimmy Owens won his heat race before knocking down a strong third place podium effort in the 50-lap feature event behind only victor Bobby Pierce and runner-up Tim McCreadie. At the 1/5-mile oval at Macon on Saturday evening in the 'St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100,' Jimmy placed second in his loaded heat race prior to claiming a solid seventh place showing in the 100-lap headliner. The Newport, Tennessee ace currently sits seventh in the latest version of the heated LOLMDS point standings exiting the state of Illinois. Full results can be found online at (Brendon Bauman Photo)

(April 23, 2018)
Jimmy Owens and the Ramirez Motorsports team were back in action with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series on April 21-22 in the 'Stanley Schetrompf Classic' at the legendary Hagerstown Speedway in Hagerstown, Maryland and in the 'Rumble on the River' at Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania. On Saturday night at Hagerstown, Jimmy ran second in his stacked heat race and was up to fifth in the $12,000 to win headliner before slipping back to finish eleventh at the unfurling of the checkered flag. At Port Royal on Sunday evening, Jimmy won his heat race, led lap one of the $10,000 to win main event, and was in the second position when he unfortunately suffered a part failure on his #20 ride on lap seventeen. The Newport, Tennessee star fell to twenty-fourth in the final finishing order and now sits tied for sixth in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings. Full results from the Mid-Atlantic doubleheader can be accessed online at

(April 15, 2018)
The #20 team started their April 13-14 weekend in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competition at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Friday, as the annual running of the 'Buckeye Spring 50' boasted a $12,000 payday. Jimmy Owens posted the fourth fastest time in Group A during qualifying before finishing second in heat race action. After starting the 50-lap feature event from the inside of the fourth row, Jimmy slipped back a couple of spots during the 'Buckeye Spring 50' and was paid for a ninth place showing. He now sits sixth in the current version of the ultra-tight LOLMDS point standings exiting the Buckeye State.

After the 'Indiana Icebreaker' at Brownstown (IN) Speedway was wiped out by Mother Nature early on Saturday morning, the Ramirez Motorsports team headed back to the Volunteer State to enter the 'Scott Sexton Memorial' at Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee. Jimmy knocked down the second quickest time in Group B during the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series qualifying session prior to picking up the victory in his heat race. The Newport, Tennessee star then moved up one spot during the course of the $10,052 to win headliner to place third and on the podium behind only victor Dale McDowell and runner-up Donald McIntosh. Full results from both weekend shows can be viewed online at and (Michael Hamilton Photo)



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