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SPRING CITY, TN – Jadon Frame of Winchester, TN drove the Denby’s J&J Merchandise Capital Race Car to a $5,000 victory in the Valvoline Ironman Super Late Model Series June Jam on Saturday night at Mountain View Raceway. Frame took the lead on lap 34 of the 40-lap race after early race leader Addison Cardwell of Knoxville, TN had a mechanical issue.

Frame then held off “Mr. Excitement” Kyle Courtney of Knoxville, TN for the final six laps to take the win. Courtney had to settle for second in the Orr Brothers Construction Kryptonite, and third went to “Little Sexy” Cody Overton of Evens, GA.

Jesse Lowe of Crossville, TN made a late-race charge on the top shelf of the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval to come from seventh to fourth in the last six laps of the race in the C&C Auto Mastersbilt. Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN was fifth and Michael Chilton of Salvisa, KY was the Hard Charger of the Race after starting 15th and finishing sixth.

In preliminary action, Frame was the Fast Qualifier among the 29 Entrants with a around Mountain View Raceway in 12.170 seconds. The eight-lap Last Chance Qualifying Race was won by Tim Damron of Oneida, TN.

The Limited/CT525/Spec Engine $200 Bonus was won by Courtney, and $100 Bonuses were pocketed by Lowe and Colton Profitt of Crossville, TN, who finished eighth in the Wyatt Builders Capital Race Car. Sylvan Schuette of Blairsville, GA finished 11th to pick up the $100 Bonus for the top finishing car powered by a Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine in his Fast Fab Set Up and Design Train Race Car.

Cardwell took the lead at the drop of the green flag followed by Frame, Courtney, Barry Goodman of Spring City, TN in the Charlie’s Used Auto Parts CVR, and Overton. The three-time Mountain View Raceway Late Model Champion Goodman began to drop back in the early going, as Overton moved up to fourth on lap three, and Hanger moved into to the top five on lap five.

A pair of cautions on lap 22 and 25 bunched up the pack for the second half of the race. The leaders caught lapped traffic on lap 33, and that’s when business picked to change the complexion of the race. As Cardwell went into turn one on lap 34, his Jake Miller Excavating Longhorn suddenly slowed, and Frame got into the back of the leader and sent him spinning into the infield.

Cardwell was quick to point out after the race, the contact between him and Frame was not intentional because he slowed due to a broken axle. Cardwell was out of the race after leading the first 33 laps of the race, and Frame assumed the lead for the restart,

When the green bulb lit up to signal the resumption of racing, Frame, Courtney and Overton began to pull away from Hanger in the fourth spot. Lowe, who restarted seventh, climbed up into the moist top groove of the Mountain View Raceway high banks and proceeded to put on a show for the fans.

Lowe sailed around the outside of Heath Hindman of Signal Mountain, TN, Chilton, and Hanger to move into the fourth spot by lap 38. He was closing in on Overton for third on the last lap, but ran out of circuits to challenge for the podium.

There were 101 race cars in the Mountain View Raceway pit area on Saturday night with six local Division also in action. Jeremy Shannon of Wartburg, TN drove the Shannon Racing Special to the win in the 20-lap Sportsman Main Event, and point leader Jimmy Dalton of Powell, TN won the 20-lap Open Wheel Modified Feature Race in the Willett Powder Coating Elite.

Lamar Hughes of Soddy Daisy, TN in the Hughes Racing Special won the B-Hobby portion of the 15-lap combined B-Hobby/Thunder Main Event, and Chris Williams of Soddy Daisy, TN won the Thunder portion driving the Anneke Wilkey Monte Carlo. Nathan Adams of Crossville, TN won the 15-lap Front-Wheel-Drive Feature Race in the Adams Racing Special for his seventh win of the season.

Jeremy Wyatt of Kodak, TN in the Wyatt Racing Special won the 12-lap Front-Wheel-Drive B-Feature and nine-year-old point leader Frankie Sharp of Crossville, TN won the ten-lap Junior Front-Wheel-Drive Feature Race in the Sharp Race Cars Chevrolet.

The winners of the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards, each worth over $4,000 in Motorsports Parts and Equipment Product Certificates were chosen by the winners of each Feature Race by a random draw of finishing position.

The Racer Rewards were won by Jon Smith of Soddy Daisy, TN in Sportsman, Matthew Hopper of Lancing, TN in Open Wheel Modified, Jayden Woods of Spring City, TN in B-Hobby/Thunder, Nick Adams of Crossville, TN in the Front-Wheel-Drive A-Feature, Chris Jenkins of Sweetwater, TN in the Front-Wheel-Drive B-Feature, and Dyllis Devaney of Spring City, TN in the Junior Front-Wheel-Drive.

This Saturday night, Mountain View Raceway returns to action with an Open-Wheel Modified Special paying $1,500-to-win. That amount could climb through special donations during the week. An anonymous donor has already added $300 to make the current amount.

Also in action this Saturday night with Weekly Points Races are the Late Models, Sportsman, 4-Cylinders, Thunder, and Front-Wheel-Drive Divisions. The Developmental Sportsman Division will also be competing and will enter the Mountain View Raceway Fan Zone after their Hot Lap Qualifying.

This Saturday, the Pit Gate opens at 3 p.m. and the Grandstand and Tier Parking Gates open at 4 p.m. The Mandatory Pre-Race Registration and Technical Inspection will be from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Drivers Meeting is set for 6:15 p.m. and Hot Laps are scheduled for 6:45 p.m.

Pit Passes are $30 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 423-405-8490 or visit the track website at You can also like the Mountain View Raceway Facebook page at


VALVOLINE IRONMAN SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES – 40 Laps: 1. Jadon Frame, Winchester, TN; 2. Kyle Courtney, Knoxville, TN; 3. Cody Overton, Evans, GA; 4. Jesse Lowe, Crossville, TN; 5. Christian Hanger, Winchester, TN; 6. Michael Chilton, Salvisa, KY; 7. Heath Hindman, Signal Mountain, TN; 8. Colton Profitt, Crossville, TN; 9. John Ownbey, Cleveland, TN; 10. Joe Denby, Winchester, TN; 11. Sylvan Schuette, Blairsville, GA; 12 Barry Goodman, Spring City, TN; 13. Stacy Boles, Clinton, TN; 14. Cory Bettis, Delano, TN; 15. Auston Breedlove, Baxter, TN; 16. Addison Cardwell, Knoxville, TN; 17. Shannon Elrod, Baxter, TN; 18. Donnie Van Winkle, Soddy Daisy, TN; 19. Tyler Nichols, Ringgold, GA; 20. Tim Damron, Oneida, TN. DID NOT START: Seth Jolley, Spring City, TN; Adam Bishop, Riceville, TN; Craig Greer, Cleveland, TN; Phil Helton, Clinton, TN; Tyler Jolley, Spring City, TN; Jeremy Thurman, Rockwood, TN; Joey Bishop, Spring City, TN; Tyler Dennis, Dayton, TN; Max Baker, Morristown, TN.

SPORTSMAN – 20 Laps: 1. Jeremy Shannon, Wartburg, TN; 2. Addison Cardwell, Knoxville, TN; 3. Josh Walker, Ringgold, GA; 4. Brandon Stanfield, Soddy Daisy, TN; 5. Corey Lawless, Dalton, GA; 6. Bradley Goodman, Spring City, TN; 7. Eric Rossington, Gainesboro, TN; 8. Christian James, Soddy Daisy, TN; 9. Leighann Bivens, Madisonville, TN; 10. Crystal Harper, Decatur, TN; 11. Josh Rodgers, Dayton, TN; 12. John Smith, Soddy Daisy, TN; 13. Cody Youngblood, Rockwood, TN; 14. David Beeler, Sevierville, TN; 15. Zach Crager, Decatur, TN; 16. Zach Shannon, Wartburg, TN.

OPEN-WHEEL MODIFIED – 20 Laps: 1. Jimmy Dalton, Powell, TN; 2. Robby Reagan, Crossville, TN; 3. Skylar Douglas, Clinton, TN; 4. Matthew Hopper, Lancing, TN; 5. Kyle Shadden, Dayton, TN; 6. Scott Iles, Evensville, TN; 7. Billy Palmer, Knoxville, TN; 8. Rodney Griffin, Rockwood, TN; 9. David Lester, Rockwood, TN; 10. Joey Whittenburg, Crossville, TN; 11. Jay Metcalfe, Rockwood, TN; 12. Dale Nance, Wartburg, TN.

THUNDER/B-HOBBY – 15 Laps: 1. Lamar Hughes, Soddy Daisy, TN; 2. Chris Williams, Soddy Daisy, TN; 3. Eric Hughes, Soddy Daisy, TN; 4. Scott Smith, Soddy Daisy, TN; 5. Chris Morrison, Petros, TN; 6. Kenneth Daniels, Spring City, TN; 7, Jaydon Woods, Spring City, TN; 8. Robert Creasman, Dayton, TN; 9. Malachi Yarger, Spring City, TN; 10. Casey Cash, Spring City, TN.

FRONT-WHEEL-DRIVE: A Feature 15 Laps: 1. Nathan Adams, Crossville, TN; 2. Jacob Sharp, Crossville, TN; 3. Josh Scealf, Decatur, TN; 4. Jesse Bilbrey, Crossville, TN; 5. Carter Jolley, Spring City, TN; 6. Bo Millsaps, Decatur, TN; 7. Matthew Sullivan, Cookeville, TN; 8. Nick Adams, Crossville, TN; 9. Henry Cligan, Dayton, TN; 10. Fisher Swanson, Tellico Plains, TN; 11. Bradley Owens, Knoxville, TN; 12. Charlotte Jones, Decatur, TN; 13. Rick Kilburn, Crossville, TN; 14. Joshua Phillips, Rossville, GA; 15. Andy Pilkey, Ten Mile, TN. B Feature 12 Laps; 1. Jimmy Wyatt, Kodak, TN; 2. Chris Jenkins, Sweetwater, TN; 3. Christopher Gornik, Spring City, TN; 4. Jon Pilkey, Ten Mile, TN; 5. Nick Ginn, Tellico Plains, TN; 6. William Beddingfield, Spring City, TN; 7. Wayne Cox, Dayton, TN; 8. Chris Gornik, Spring City, TN; 9. Allen Daniels, Decatur, TN; 10. Crystal Bates, Soddy Daisy, TN; 11. Bradley Evans, Dayton, TN; 12. Hunter Graham, Spring City, TN; 13. Ronald Daniels, Spring City, TN; 14. Jacob Clayton, Dayton, TN; 15. Richard Clowers, Chattanooga, TN DQ.

JUNIOR FRONT-WHEEL-DRIVE – 10 Laps: 1. Frankie Sharp, Crossville, TN; 2. Steven Clowers, Englewood, TN; 3. Chevy Adams, Crossville, TN; 4. Dyllis Devaney, Spring City, TN.

PHOTO CUTLINE: Jadon Frame of Winchester, TN celebrates with Trophy Girl Tabatha Hufstetler in Victory Lane after driving the #J8 Denby’s J&J Merchandise Capital Race Car to a $5,000 win in the 40-lap June Jam for the Valvoline Ironman Super Late Model Series on Saturday night at Mountain View Raceway in Spring City, TN. (Mountain View Raceway Media Photo by Young Gunz Photography)


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