McKENZIE, TN – Aaron Ott led a brigade of J&J Auto Racing drivers to victory lane this past weekend. Ott raced to victory at Williams Grove Speedway, while Donny Schatz earned another World of Outlaws triumph, Shane Morgan continued his winning streak in the CAJUN Sprinters Association and Carl Bowser found his way to victory lane for the second time this season at Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.
Williams Grove Speedway
Aaron Ott scored his second career feature win at historic Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., last Friday night. Ott, who is running a limited schedule in his No. 25 Ott-powered J&J, started up front and led throughout holding off a stout field of competitors.
“You always want to start up front, but it’s one of the hardest spots to win from,” admitted Ott, following the win. “You have 24 good guys at this place. I don’t care, I won at Williams Grove. It’s been forever since we have even been half decent here. They gave me a great car…this is amazing.”
“Things fell our way,” Ott said. “I started on the pole, and we caught traffic at the right time. We had to race traffic, but it worked out. For my dad to get back in it and want to get back in it with me, it really makes me happy,” Ott said. “It has to be hard to put your kid in it, especially after two broken necks.”
World of Outlaws
Donny Schatz earned his 20th World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series A-Feature of the season Friday at Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa. Schatz led all 30 laps aboard the Tony Stewart Racing No. 15 STP backed J&J. The win enabled Schatz to set a new career-high for wins in a season with the Outlaws. His previous high was 19 during the 2007 season.
CAJUN Sprinters Association
Shane Morgan continued his winning ways with the CAJUN Sprinters Association. The driver of the No. 01 J&J narrowly defeated #19 Klint Angellette at the stripe to score his seventh victory of the season.
PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Carl Bowser led the final 17 laps of the 20-lap Super Sprint main event in Saturday’s inaugural Tri-State Championships at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. For Bowser, the victory was his second of the season at PPMS.