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Owen Kelly, born 12 March 1977, in Tasmania, Australia. Known as a professional race car driver. Son of millionaire, NASCAR and Targa road rally racer Chas Kelly. Kelly started his circuit racing career in Formula Ford for three seasons, progressing to V8 Supercars in 2000. From there he has raced in Super Touring, V8 Supercars and NascarLate models. Late in the 2007 V8 Supercar season he was picked up as a full-time driver for Paul Morris Motorsport replacing Fabian Coulthard.
In 2008 Kelly raced an asphault late model, for Dale Earnhardt Jr., at Motormile Speedway in Radford, VA. He wants to pursue a career in NASCAR and hoped to move up the ladder to get the necessary experience. Kelly is starting from the bottom at the weekly track championship level). In June 2010, Kelly made his NASCAR debut in the Nationwide Series, driving for Baker Curb Racing at the Road America road course. He started ninth and finished fifth.
Career results 
V8 Supercar results 
Complete Rolex Sports Car Series results 
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position, Results are overall/class)
|2009||Blackforest Motorsports||Mustang Cobra GT||Ford||GT||DAY
NASCAR Nationwide Series 
(key) (Bold - Pole position awarded by time. Italics - Pole position earned by points standings. * – Most laps led.)
|2010||Baker Curb Racing||27||Ford||DAY||CAL||LVS||BRI||NSH||PHO||TEX||TAL||RCH||DAR||DOV||LOW||NSH||KEN||EKL
|2011||Richard Petty Motorsports||9||Ford||DAY||PHO||LVS||BRI||CAL||TEX||TAL||NSH||RCH||DAR||DOV||IOW||CLT||CHI||MCH||EKL||DAY||KEN||NHA||NSH||IRP||IOW||GLN||CGV
|2012||Kyle Busch Motorsports||54||Toyota||DAY||PHO||LVS||BRI||CAL||TEX||RCH||TAL||DAR||IOW||CLT||DOV||MCH||EKL||KEN||DAY||NHA||CHI||IND||IOW||GLN||CGV
* Season in progress
1 Ineligible for series points
Nascar Nationwide Series Career 
In 2010, Kelly made his debut driving the 27 car for Baker Curb Racing at Road America. He started 9th and finished 5th. K1 Speed sponsored the car. For 2011, Owen Kelly made no official start in the series but relief drove for Marcos Ambrose at Montreal who was in Michigan for the Sprint Cup race. He practiced and qualified the car while Kelly turned the wheel to Ambrose for the race. It turned up that Marcos actually won the race in that car. In 2012 he practiced and qualified a car again, this time for Kyle Busch who ran his first race at Montreal since 2009. Busch finished tenth in the race after starting from the back of the field due to the driver change. It ended up that Owen did not end up making any other attempts in 2012 and Marcos Ambrose did not run the Montreal race that year.
- "NASCAR statistics". Racing Reference. Retrieved 29 June 2010.