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JIMMY OWENS NINTH AT ATOMIC; ON PODIUM
AT THE GAP!
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 www.lucasdirt.com
(Michael Hamilton Photo)
OWENS BATTLES LUCAS FOES IN SHAMROCK
& BAMA BASH
25, 2018) The Ramirez Motorsports team ventured to Boyd's
Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia and East Alabama Motor Speedway in
Phenix City, Alabama on March 23-24 for a pair of $12,000 to win
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series programs. On Friday night in the
annual 'Shamrock' at Boyd's, Jimmy Owens ran third in heat race
action prior to slipping back to fifteenth in the 50-lap headliner,
which went caution-free at the Chattanooga-area facility. At EAMS
in the 'Bama Bash' on Saturday evening, Jimmy once again placed
third in his heat race before winding up thirteenth in the final
rundown of the 50-lapper. The Newport, Tennessee star now finds
himself eighth in the latest version of the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series point standings. Complete results from the LOLMDS double-dip
can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.
DIRTCAR NATIONALS NIGHTLY RESULTS
17, 2018) The 47th Annual 'DIRTcar Nationals' officially
wrapped up tonight at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida
and the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series tour presided
over another $10,000 to win program for the ground-pounding Super
Late Models. Jimmy Owens timed in thirteenth fastest in Group A
during qualifying prior to running fourth in his loaded heat race.
Unfortunately, the Newport, Tennessee star was collected in a wreck
during the course of the 50-lap main event and was officially relegated
to a twenty-second place performance.
(February 16, 2018) The penultimate event of the
'DIRTcar Nationals' was held earlier tonight at Volusia Speedway
Park and yet another $10,000 paycheck awaited the winner of the
World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series spectacular at the
Barberville, Florida speedplant. Jimmy Owens qualified tenth fastest
in Group B during time trials, but later suffered transmission woes
in his heat race. Jimmy then scratched from his B-Main due to the
mechanical woes and unfortunately did not make the start in the
50-lap headliner that was won by Scott Bloomquist.
(February 15, 2018) Round four of the 47th Annual
'DIRTcar Nationals' took place earlier this evening at Volusia Speedway
Park in Barberville, Florida and a $10,000 windfall was up for grabs
for the cars and stars racing with the World of Outlaws Craftsman
Late Model Series. Jimmy Owens posted the tenth fastest time in
Group B during the qualifying session prior to placing third in
his loaded heat race. After starting the 50-lapper from the outside
of the sixth row, Jimmy slipped back to nineteenth in the final
finishing order tonight at the Daytona Beach-area facility.
(February 14, 2018) Valentine's Day found the
#20 team in the Volusia Speedway Park pit area, as the World of
Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series held their 2018 season opening
event at the Daytona Beach-area speedplant. There were 51 competitors
on hand in Barberville, Florida to vie for the $10,000 top prize.
Jimmy Owens stopped the clock fourth fastest in Group B during qualifying
before scoring an impressive win in heat race action. After drawing
the third starting spot in the 50-lap feature event, Jimmy was in
the seventh position on lap 26 when the race was cut short due to
(February 13, 2018) Tonight's $7,000 to win UMP
Super Late Model event at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville,
Florida was washed out by an afternoon rain shower. Action will
continue during the 'DIRTcar Nationals' at VSP tomorrow, as the
World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series season finally gets
underway with a $10,000 to win shootout!
(February 12, 2018) Jimmy Owens and the #20 Ramirez
Motorsports team opted to take tonight off and did not compete in
the $7,000 to win 'DIRTcar Nationals' opener for the UMP Super Late
Models at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida.
BUBBA ARMY WINTERNATIONALS RESULTS
11, 2018) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series took the
#20 team a couple of hours north overnight to Bubba Raceway Park
in Ocala, Florida for a single-day shootout. The 'Bubba Army Winternationals'
drew 37 entrants to the egg-shaped racetrack to vie for a $10,000
top prize. Jimmy Owens knocked down the fourth fastest lap in Group
A during the time trial session before finishing third in heat race
action. The popular driver known as "The Newport Nightmare"
then drove past seven competitors during the caution-plagued feature
event to garner a strong fourth place showing behind only victor
Jonathan Davenport, Earl Pearson, Jr., and Hudson O'Neal!
WINTERNATIONALS NIGHTLY RESULTS FROM
10, 2018) The action-packed 'Winternationals' wrapped up
tonight in the Tampa area at East Bay Raceway Park with a $12,000
to win grand finale. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series once again
presided over the dirt-slinging competition, which drew 52 Super
Late Model entrants to the Gibsonton, Florida oval. Jimmy Owens
placed fourth in his stacked heat race prior to scoring a triumph
in his B-Main. The Newport, Tennessee star was then headed towards
a top ten finish in the 60-lap headliner before suffering a flat
tire on lap 53 and later getting caught up in a multi-car wreck.
Jimmy soldiered on to salvage a fifteenth place showing in his last
appearance at the "Clay by the Bay" this year.
(February 9, 2018) The penultimate event of the
42nd Annual 'Winternationals' greeted a large crowd tonight at East
Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. A star-studded 54 car field
converged at the "Clay by the Bay" for the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series points-paying show, which also carried a $10,000
paycheck. Jimmy Owens qualified ninth fastest in his group during
time trials before placing fifth in heat race action. After suffering
a broken fuel pump in his B-Main, Jimmy utilized a series provisional
and blazed past sixteen competitors during the 50-lapper on his
way to a sterling seventh place performance.
(February 8, 2018) Night four of the wildly-entertaining
'Winternationals' was on tap tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in
Gibsonton, Florida and the #20 team had their sights solely set
on capturing the $7,000 winner's check. Jimmy Owens started off
the evening by posting the second fastest lap in Group A during
qualifying before scoring another heat race victory. After leading
the first two circuits from his third starting spot, Jimmy fought
brake issues throughout the 40-lap feature event and dropped out
of the top ten at one point. The Newport, Tennessee star then battled
back to salvage a solid seventh place effort at the "Clay by
(February 7, 2018) Next up on the 'Winternationals'
schedule of events was a $7,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series battle tonight at East Bay Raceway Park and a stellar 51
car field piled into the pit area at the Gibsonton, Florida facility.
Jimmy Owens knocked down the tenth fastest lap in Group A during
qualifying prior to scoring an impressive heat race triumph. After
starting the 40-lapper from the pole position and leading the first
three circuits, Jimmy wound up retiring after only 19 circuits due
to a vibration and was officially placed twenty-second in the final
(February 6, 2018) For the second straight evening,
Jimmy Owens was not an entrant for the $5,000 to win 'Winternationals'
show at East Bay Raceway Park. However, he does plan to sign into
the pit area tomorrow to compete in the third round of the 'Winternationals'
at the Gibsonton, Florida facility, which pays $7,000 to the victor!
(February 5, 2018) The #20 team opted to skip
tonight's $5,000 to win 'Winternationals' opener at East Bay Raceway
Park in Gibsonton, Florida. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
showdown tonight at the "Clay by the Bay" was not a points
SUPER BOWL OF RACING NIGHTLY RESULTS
3, 2018) The RhinoAg 'Super Bowl of Racing' grand finale
at Golden Isles Speedway greeted the 41 competitors tonight and
a $12,000 winner's check was on the line. An ultra-fast, rugged
racing surface was the norm throughout the evening at the Brunswick,
Georgia facility and Jimmy Owens started the night by logging the
fifth fastest time in Group A during the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series qualifying session, but unfortunately failed to cross the
scales after his fast lap. Jimmy then placed tenth in his loaded
heat race and relied on a series provisional to gain access into
the 60-lap main event. The Newport, Tennessee superstar was trying
his best to stay out of trouble in the attrition-filled race, but
he got caught up in a big wreck and then unfortunately lost a motor
with only a handful of laps remaining that led to a disappointing
fourteenth place effort.
(February 2, 2018) Jimmy Owens and the Ramirez
Motorsports team started their 2018 grind on the ultra-competitive
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour tonight with the annual 'Super
Bowl of Racing' opener at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick,
Georgia. A stellar 41 car field assembled at GIS for the $10,000
to win special. Jimmy posted the fourth fastest time in Group A
during the qualifying session prior to scoring a big win in heat
race action. The Newport, Tennessee star then started the 50-lap
headliner from the inside of the second row and ran as high as second
in the feature before settling for a strong fourth place showing
behind only victor Josh Richards, Hudson O'Neal, and Jonathan Davenport!
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