$2,000-TO-WIN ENDURO PLUS WEEKLY DIVISIONS SATURDAY AT MOUNTAIN VIEW RACEWAY
SPRING CITY, TN – Mountain View Raceway will host a $2,000-to-win Enduro Race this Saturday night along with Weekly Point Races for the Late Model, Sportsman, Beginner Sportsman, Open-Wheel Modified, B-Hobby, Thunder and Front-Wheel-Drive Divisions. There will also be a Special Box Car Race at Intermission for the Kids.
The Enduro Race is unique because it is for street cars with no modifications. Just remove the glass, interior and plastic to go racing. The cars must be as they came from the factory with no modifications.
The Enduro race will be run without a Caution Flag. If a car stalls on the race track and cannot continue, that’s where it stays until a Red Flag on lap 50. If the car can’t continue after the halfway point, it will stay on the track until the end of the race. At the lap 50 Red Flag, there will also be an optional Driver Change.
Drivers in the Late Model and Sportsman Division will be looking to break up the two week winning streak of the Cleveland, TN Father and Son Duo of John Ownbey driving the Orr Brothers Construction Kryptonite Late Model and his son Hayden Ownbey in the Ownbey Racing Special Sportsman.
John Ownbey has four Late Model wins at Mountain View Raceway this season and Hayden Ownbey also has four wins in the Sportsman Division. They have both won in their respective Division on the same night on three different occasions.
The defending Mountain View Raceway Late Model Champion Barry Goodman of Spring City, TN lead the points standings driving the Charlie’s Used Auto Parts CVR with 376 points. Christopher Peak of Evensville, TN is second with 334 points in the BS Welding Mastersbilt, and Sean Truelove of Cleveland, TN is third in the Levi Racing Rocket with 244 points.
Josh Collins of Knoxville, TN is fourth in the Mountain View Raceway Late Model standings with 224 points in the Knoxville Diesel Rocket. Harley Maginness of Dayton, TN is fifth in the standings with 216 points in the Maginness Racing Mastersbilt.
David Doss of Cleveland, TN leads the Sportsman Division point standings with 440 points driving the Levi Racing Rocket. Bradley Goodman of Spring City, TN in the Goody’s Power Sweeping Rocket is second with 392 points, and Joe Bray of New Tazewell, TN is third with 384 points in the Bray Roofing Rocket.
The Beginner Sportsman Division point leader is David Peak of Evensville, TN driving the BS Welding Rayburn with 532 points. Second and third respectively are Tyler Loden of Spring City, TN with 474 points in the Lashes and Waxing By Paige GRT and Jeremy Thurman of Rockwood, TN in the Addison’s Complete Auto Repair GRT.
Billy Palmer of Knoxville, TN is the new Open-Wheel Modified point leader with 430 points after taking the win last Saturday night in the Palmer Racing Special. Travis Sietsema of Crossville, TN is second with 368 points in the Tee’s Home Improvement LG2, and third is David Lester of Rockwood, TN in the Cadillac Grill Loose Griff with 330 points.
Johnny Hughes of Graysville, TN continues to lead the B-Hobby Division standings with 564 points in the Hughes Racing Special. Second is David Beeler of Sevierville, TN with 466 points driving the Kodak Tractor Camaro. Jim Gilbert of Rossville, GA is third in the Rat Rod Chevelle with 458 points.
Clayton Forsyth of Crossville, TN is the Thunder Division point leader with 502 points in the Forsyth Motorsports Chevelle, and second is Bobby Davenport of Crossville, TN in the Davenport Racing Special with 462 points. Cody Satterfield of Knoxville, TN is third with 460 points in the Satterfield Racing Monte Carlo.
The Front-Wheel-Drive point leader is Nathan Adams of Crossville, TN with 534 points in the Adams Racing Special. His brother Nick Adams is second in the standings with 528 points in the Grave Digger Chevrolet HHR, and Jacob Sharp of Crossville, TN in the Sharp Race Cars Chevrolet is third with 470 points.
The kids will get into the action at Intermission with the Box Car Races. Kids will build a race car out of a cardboard box, wear it over the top of them, and see how fast they can power the box, running with their feet Fred Flintstone style.
On Saturday at Mountain View Raceway, the Pit Gate opens at 3 p.m., and the Grandstand/Tier Parking Gates opens at 4 p.m. Pre-Race Technical Inspection and Registration will be from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the Drivers Meeting is set for 5:45 p.m., with Racing scheduled for 6 p.m.
Pit Passes are $25 for Adults, $15 for Children 6-11, and Children 5 and under are admitted Free. The General Admission and Tier Parking ticket prices are $10 for race fans 12 and older, Children 6-11 are $5. and Children 5 and under are admitted Free. All Children must be accompanied by an Adult.
Mountain View Raceway where you can get “Your Thrill By The Hill” is located at 20626 Rhea County Highway (U.S. Highway 27), Spring City, TN 37381. For more information, call 423-507-2619 or visit the track website at www.mountainviewraceway.com. You can also like the Mountain View Raceway Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mountainviewraceway.
MOUNTAIN VIEW RACEWAY IN SPRING CITY, TN POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 6/19/21:
LATE MODEL: 1. Barry Goodman, Spring City, TN, 376; 2. Christopher Peak, Evensville, TN, 334; 3. Sean Truelove, Cleveland, TN, 244; 4, Josh Collins, Knoxville, TN, 224; 5. Harley Maginness, Dayton, TN, 216; 6. John Ownbey, Cleveland, TN, 198: 7. Tommy Miller, Soddy Daisy, TN, 196; 8. Michael Evans, Chattanooga, TN, 156; 9. Ryan Tims, Georgetown, TN, 139; 10. Brandon Brown, Cullman, AL, 100.
SPORTSMAN: 1. David Doss, Cleveland, TN, 440; 2. Bradley Goodman, Spring City, TN, 392; 3. Joe Bray, New Tazewell, TN, 384; 4. Tyler Dennis, Dayton, TN, 344; 5. Donnie Van Winkle, Soddy Daisy, TN, 308; 6. Aaron Watson, Dayton, TN, 304; 7. Hayden Ownbey, Cleveland, TN, 272; 8. Jeremy Hicks, Cleveland, TN, 246; 9. Jeff Jackson, Ooltewah, TN, 238; 10. Hayden Cardwell, Knoxville, TN, 222.
BEGINNER SPORTSMAN: 1. David Peak, Evensville, TN, 532; 2. Tyler Loden, Spring City, TN, 474; 3. Jeremy Thurman, Rockwood, TN, 462; 4. Christian James, Soddy Daisy, TN, 380; 4. Cody Youngblood, Rockwood, TN, 380; 6. Bradley Goodman, Spring City, TN, 312; 7. Tyler Jolley, Spring City, TN, 276; 7. Jamie Singleton, Tazewell, TN, 276; 7. Gary Levi, Cleveland, TN, 276; 10. Mike Levi, Cleveland, TN, 234.
OPEN-WHEEL MODIFIED: 1. Billy Palmer, Knoxville, TN, 430; 2. Travis Sietsema, Crossville, TN, 368; 3. David Lester, Rockwood, TN, 330; 4. Adam Ogle, Cosby, TN, 260; 5, Walter Walsh, Claxton, TN, 244; 6. Justan Parker, Spring City, TN, 232; 7. Wayne James, Cosby, TN, 192; 8. Kirk Turner, Crossville, TN, 190; 9. Chris Standridge, Maryville, TN, 188; 10. Robby Reagan, Crossville, TN, 150.
B-HOBBY: 1. Johnny Hughes, Graysville, TN, 564; 2, David Beeler, Sevierville, TN, 466; 3. Jim Gilbert, Rossville, GA, 458; 4. Lamar Hughes, Soddy Daisy, TN, 310, 5. Scott Proffitt, Crossville, TN, 216; 6. Kenneth Daniels, Spring City, TN, 208; 7. Lewis Johnson, Dunlap, TN, 158; 8. Andrew Rice, Crossville, TN, 156; 9. Eric Hughes, Graysville, TN, 144; 10. Dylan Johnson, Dunlap, TN, 138.
THUNDER: 1. Clayton Forsyth, Crossville, TN, 502; 2. Bobby Davenport, Crossville, TN, 462; 3. Cody Satterfield, Knoxville, TN, 460; 4. Chris Williams, Soddy Daisy, TN, 384; 5. Spencer Walton, Crossville, TN, 366; 6. Scott Smith, Soddy Daisy, TN, 322; 7. Colby Yarger, Spring City, TN, 304; 8. Tony Tankersley, Spring City, TN, 214l 9. Eric Honeycutt, Rockwood, TN, 206; 10. Nate Hicks, Spring City, TN, 194.
FRONT-WHEEL-DRIVE: 1, Nathan Adams, Crossville, TN, 534; 2. Nick Adams, Crossville, TN, 528; 3. Jacob Sharp, Crossville, TN, 470; 4. Josh Scealf, Decatur, TN, 412; 5. Jack Gresham, Decatur, TN, 410; 6. Billy Long, Niota, TN, 380; 7. Nate Ingham, Athens, TN, 344; 8. Tyler Walton, Crossville, TN, 328; 9. Samuel King, Decatur, TN, 312; 9. William Beddingfield, Spring City, TN, 312.
PHOTO CUTLINE: John Ownbey of Cleveland, TN has the opportunity to take his third straight Late Model win this Saturday night at Mountain View Raceway in Spring City, TN driving the Orr Brother Construction Kryptonite. Ownbey and his son Hayden, who is in the Sportsman Division, have an opportunity to both take their third straight win at the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval. The father and son duo each have four wins this season at Mountain View Raceway, and they have won on the same night three times this season. (Mountain View Raceway Media File Photo by Greg Farmer)