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Hedgcock Racing 2015 Results
126-2nd Place, 107-3rd Place, 96-4th Place, 86-5th Place
551 - Top 5 Finishers

Southern Modified Race Tour

Carteret County Speedway Set for April 2nd

Winston Salem, N.C. (1/30/16) - Three SMRT veterans are on the early entry list headed by the most recent SMRT winner, Cale Gale in the Rheem/Gale Force car. Gale on the final event of the 2015 season at Carteret County and can't wait to return there in April.

Other veterans include Jimmy Wallace in the Carolina Drilling/Reece's Crushing/Roy Hill Drag Racing School/Berrier Farms ride and Mike Norman in the Speedway Auctions/Stormie Speaks Nationwide Insurance/Go Aero Mod. Wallace is moving up to a regular “tour type” Modified in 2016 opening the door to the winners circle in the “Mod Lite” division. more info

NASCAR Announces 2016 Whelen Modified Schedules

· Whelen Modifieds Return To Oswego, Seekonk
· Whelen Southern Mods Add Concord, East Carolina

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 18, 2015) – What was old has become new again as the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour 2016 schedules have been revealed.

Upstate New York's Oswego Speedway and Massachusetts' Seekonk Speedway have returned to the Whelen Modified Tour schedule for the coming season, reuniting the northeast-based circuit with two venues that have played an integral part of the tour's history. Likewise, North Carolina speedplant Concord Speedway has also rejoined the Whelen Southern Modified Tour calendar for next year while East Carolina Motor Speedway is a newcomer to the southern circuit. more info.

NASCAR Champions Celebrate Crowning Achievements

Seven Touring Titlists Close Out 2015 In Spotlight

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dec. 12, 2015) — Three young, rising stars received their first NASCAR championships, and four veteran drivers added to their already impressive resumes.

On a night where the remarkable achievements of 2015 were recognized, it was seven drivers who stood on stage at the Charlotte Convention Center Saturday at the conclusion of the NASCAR Touring Series Night of Champions who accomplished the sport's ultimate honor.

“After my first championship in 2012, nine-time NASCAR champion Mike Stefanik shook my hand and said to me, ‘You know they don't just hand these things out to anyone,' and that's something that has stuck with me every time I have been here,” said Doug Coby, who celebrated his third NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour title Saturday. more info..

Seuss Makes History With NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Crown

Becomes Third Driver To Win Back-To-Back Titles

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 7, 2015) – Looking back one year ago, Andy Seuss was going through mixed emotions.

He had just won his first NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour championship, recently gotten engaged to girlfriend Jenn Demarco and was preparing to accept his award along with car owner and crew chief Eddie Harvey.

Fast forward one year and while some things have changed for Seuss, one thing remains the same – he's a champion again.

Seuss married Jenn in June, rebounded from a rough start to the 2016 season and will once again step up on stage Saturday night as a NASCAR champion.

The 28 year-old credits some of those changes during the season for helping him and his team rebound this season. more info..


Tinio Racing and Eddie Harvey Will Run LFR Chassis in 2016

MOORSEVILLE, NC.(Sept. 18, 2015) – Tinio Racing and Eddie Harvey, two championship NASCAR Modified teams, are set to switch to LFR Chassis for the 2016 racing season. The two teams, who have previously found success on the track, are looking to take their programs to the next level with LFR Chassis.

“Having top championship caliber teams such as Tinio and Eddie Harvey coming on board for 2016 is a huge compliment to our company and all we have going on,” said Rob Fuller, President of LFR Chassis. “We have really raised the bar on the engineering and design, as well as the customer service side of this division. These guys have been racing with the same equipment and basic designs for some time now, and when they took the time to look at what we have developed and the technical data they will have access to, along with the open tests we provide, I really believe the switch makes sense to them. They are not buying a car, they are buying into a company and its concept.” More Info..

Coby Celebrates Championship

Veteran Sweeps At Thompson To Win Third Whelen Title

THOMPSON, Conn. – The season finale for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour featured three drivers in contention for the championship in the Sunoco World Series 150 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.

It was unfortunate that two of those competitors had to go up against Doug Coby.  

Coby dominated the event in his No. 2 Dunleavy's/HEX/A&J Romano Construction Chevrolet, and despite having to just finish second to Justin Bonsignore to clinch the title, made a daring pass on Lap 145 to sweep all four races this season at the track and win his third tour championship. more Results


Winner Turns a Good Night Into a Great Finish

Rougemont , NC. (Oct.17, 2015) – Gary Putnam said at the start of the day that he had a good car and that he really liked Orange County Speedway. When the checkered flag fell after 125 laps, he was a good as his word as he rolled the beautiful blue # 77 into victory lane.

The night started with Brandon Ward on the SUNOCO Race Fuels pole with Burt Myers in the number two spot followed by Putnam, Cale Gale and Jason Myers. Ward and Myers swapped the top spot three times in the first two laps before Gale drove his #95 “Lightning McQueen” look-a-like to the point for a 48 lap stint at the point while Jeremy Mayfield, Ward, the Myers Brothers, Dan Speeney and others swapped the next five spots. Caution flew on lap 51 for a single car spin by A.J. Winstead who recovered with no damage. The caution period saw Gale and several others take the opportunity to make their mandatory pit stop and hand the lead over to Burt Myers with Ward a close second.

Those two remained at the point till a lap 80 caution saw them head to pit road for their stops and a fresh Hoosier right rear tire. The man on the move was Andy Jankowiak who had moved from the back of the pack to the back bumper of Gale who took over at the point on the restart. Another quick caution allowed the cars of Ward and Burt Myers to close up and on the restart “business picked up” as the battle at the point resumed. more Results