Owen's prize was a new Suzuki Swift. He competed against 600 other Suzuki technicians to make it though to the finals of the competition.
Dominic Threlfall, Pebley Beach managing director, said: “At Pebley, training our staff to the highest level is one of our top priorities.
“Owen’s continued success at a national level demonstrates this, and our customers can be confident that when they bring their car in for a service – whatever the marque - it will be worked on by one of the country’s top mechanics, supported by a team he has helped to train.”
Meanwhile, trainee mechanic Mark Illsley was named Suzuki Apprentice of the Year for the second year in a row.
Illsley, an apprentice at Pebley Beach's Suzuki site in Wroughton, was named Apprentice Technician of the Year in the Year 2 category. Last year he won the same title in the Year 1 category.