CROSSVILLE, Tenn. – Saturday night at 411 Motor Speedway was a landmark night for 27-year-old Jesse Lowe, as the Tennessee racer tasted victory for the 100th time in his career.
The milestone accomplishment came aboard his Xtreme Pressure Washing No. 5j Gondolas Pizza and Steakhouse/ CVR Race Car Crate Late Model.
The victory was also the 18th of Lowe’s 2019 campaign.
“When the year started, 18 wins seemed like a tall order, but I knew that if I could reach that number, that I’d also achieve my 100th win. On Saturday night I was thankfully able to achieve that goal,” Lowe shared. “To do it with my dad and my family there with me meant the world to me. It was also really cool to get the win in front of such a packed house that was there to see the World of Outlaws.
“So many great folks have helped me along the way to help me get to this point, and this win is for each-and-every one of them.”
Lowe made the short trip to 411 Motor Speedway on Saturday evening, where he was piloting his Gondola Pizza and Steakhouse No. 5j crate late model entry.
Qualifying second-fastest in time trials behind Trevor Sise, Jesse earned the second starting position for the A-main. Tracking down Sise by the seventh lap, Lowe took control of the lead two laps later and dominated the remaining distance of the 25-lap feature.
Saturday night’s win earned Lowe a $1,500 payday.
Zach Sise, Jensen Ford, Chip Brindle, and Bradley Lewelling completed the top five finishers.