Hernando driver Brad Bowden won the United Sprint Car Series Thunder Tour feature race Sunday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway.
Bowden motored his No. 8 car to a first-place finish in the 30-lap event, edging fellow DeSoto County racer Hayden Martin of Olive Branch.
Dale Howard of Byhalia was third, Marshall Skinner of Marion, Arkansas, was fourth, and Terry Gray of Bartlett, Tennessee, finished fifth.
The Mag will host its Governor’s Cup race on July 15-16.
Other results from Sunday’s action are below.
Bailey Callahan of Weir won the Murphy Towing Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman feature.
Chad McCool of Millport, Alabama, was second, and Covy Parsons of Iuka finished third. Colby Ponds of Caledonia and Josh Parkerson of French Camp rounded out the top five.
Brody Owens of Columbus finished sixth. Allen Edwards of Starkville was 10th.
Lawrence Hutchinson of Sturgis was 12th, Mickey Edwards of Starkville was 14th, and Andrew Harrell of Caledonia finished 16th.
Ashley Newman of Ripley, Tennessee, won the Twin River Auto Sales Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Models race.
Rodney Wing of Meridian was second. No local racers finished the event.
John Johnson IV took the checkered flag in the William Wells Three Star Tire and Auto Factory Stock race.
The Ethelsville, Alabama, racer beat out Smithville’s Blake Comer and Columbus driver Aidan Fletcher. Jamie Sudduth of Millport, Alabama, was fourth, and Aberdeen’s Jeremy Flurry was fifth.
Four local racers finished together: Scooter Ware of West Point took ninth, Lee Ray of Columbus was 10th, Daniel Wiggins of Columbus finished 11th, and Matt Joseph of Steens was 12th.
Houston Mooney of Columbus was 21st, and Matthew Aaron of Columbus was 22nd.
Brandon Hill of Amory took first place in the Trak-Star Race Cars Street Stocks feature on Saturday.
Lee Ray of Columbus finished second, and French Camp’s Shelby Sheedy was third. Jaxon Moore of Grenada and Shay Knight of Columbus rounded out the top five.
Eddie Rickman of Columbus was 10th, and Jeremy Robertson of Steens was 11th.
Perhaps fittingly, Robert Eaton won the Eaton Clinic Hot Shots race.
The Millport, Alabama, driver beat out Dave Smoot and Mantachie’s Brandon Lucas. Mater Bolton of Walnut Hill, Florida, and Parker Wells of Columbus rounded out the top five.
No other local racers finished the event.
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