SEYMOUR, Tenn. – Scott James earned a $4,000 payday for winning the Hangover super late model feature Saturday at 411 Motor Speedway that saw only four of the 22 starters finish.
James took the lead for the final time on the 29th circuit and led the final 12 laps to secure the victory in the 40-lap main event. James led the first dozen laps before giving up the lead to Chicky Barton.
Barton was forced to hit the pits four laps after taking the lead for a flat tire, giving the lead back to James. Mack McCarter was next to take the lead from James, but retired after hitting the wall on lap 28.
That gave the lead to James, who would lead the rest of the way and win over defending Hangover winner Donald McIntosh, Ryan King and Eric Webber. Todd Coffman finished fifth despite failing to finish.
Andy Ogle won the companion crate late model feature, worth $1,500. Other winners included Lucas Lee (open-wheel modifieds), Ricky Smith (sportsman late model), Eric Hux (modified street) and Lee Merritt (classic).
Earlier in the day John Owenby was involved in a rollover crash during a super late model consolation race. He was taken to a local hospital for observation.
Scott James, Donald McIntosh, Ryan King, Eric Webber, Todd Coffman, Myles Moon, Chicky Barton, Mack McCarter, Johnny Cloer Jr., Bo Eaton, Cory Hedgecock, Jackie Boggs, Levi Ashby, Ruben Mayfield, P.J. Simpson, Christian Hanger, David Crabtree, Patrick Duggan, Walker Arthur, Layne Clifton, Ray Cook, Colton Flinner.