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Hedgcock Racing 2014 Results
140 Wins
119 - 2nd Place, 115 - 3rd Place, 110 - 4th Place, 79 - 5th Place
563 - Top 5 Finishers

Ebersole Races To Second Career Victory

Holds Off Late Charge By Seuss For South Boston Checkered Flag

SOUTH BOSTON, Va.  – There must be something about the state of Virginia that brings out the best in Kyle Ebersole.

The Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, driver decided to change up his pit strategy and pitted early on Lap 53 and was able to hold off a late charge by Andy Seuss to win the South Boston 150 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour event at South Boston Speedway. It was the second career victory for Ebersole. His first came last season at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. 

Seuss made several attempts in his quest for a season sweep at South Boston, but was ultimately forced to settle for second. He was followed across the line by George Brunnhoelzl III, Burt Myers and J.R. Bertuccio. More Results

Whelen Modified Tour Rained Out At Riverhead

Riverhead 200 Cancelled; Tour Returns To Action Sept. 20 At New Hampshire

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (Sept. 13, 2014) – Due to inclement weather Saturday at Riverhead Raceway, the Riverhead 200 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race has been cancelled.

Rain moved over the track during afternoon practice and persisted into the evening, forcing the cancellation of the event by NASCAR and track officials.

Due to local regulations that prohibit Riverhead Raceway from running events after the month of September, no make-up date is available to reschedule the Riverhead 200. The Whelen Modified Tour has scheduled events the next two weekends to close out the month.

The Whelen Modified Tour will return to action on Saturday, Sept. 20 with the F.W. Webb 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Myers Edges One Out At Caraway

Late Pass Gives Tour Veteran First Win Since 2005

SOPHIA, N.C. - Burt Myers led only one lap in the Southern Pride 150 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour event at Caraway Speedway, the most important one.

The Walnut Cove, North Carolina, native took the lead from points leader Andy Seuss the white flag lap of a green-white-checkered finish attempt and held on for his second consecutive win of the season and 13th career victory. It was Myers' first victory at the .455-mile banked asphalt oval since the series' second event there back in April 2005. 

Seuss, who entered the event looking for his fifth consecutive win at Caraway dating back to last season and 11th of his career, was forced to settle for a runner-up finish. He was followed by Kyle Ebersole, David Calabrese and Danny Bohn. more results

Tim Brown Captures Third 2014 "Koma Unwind" Win

in the "Back to School 125" at Ace Speedway

ALTAMAHAW — Surviving on fumes in more than one sense, Tim Brown had just enough fuel to reach the finish line first. Victory lane was another matter altogether.

His winning car had to be pushed there, rolling toward the waiting celebration after barely completing the 125-lap KOMA Unwind Modified Madness Series feature Monday at Ace Speedway.

Rural Hall's Brown climbed out red-faced and exhausted — a stomach virus had sapped his strength and wrecked his sleep — after overcoming Burt Myers in a decisive showdown during the closing stages, then bolting away on a final restart and simultaneously conserving every drop of gas in the tank of his No. 02 car. more results

Myers Muscles Way To Langley Victory Lane

Scores Whelen Southern Mod Win After Last-Lap Fireworks

HAMPTON, Va. -- Burt Myers got his first NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour win of 2014 Saturday night and not without controversy.

The 38-year-old Walnut Cove, North Carolina, driver drove to Victory Lane at Langley Speedway after a wild final lap of the Bayport 150.

Myers was running second to George Brunnhoelzl III on the final lap when the two made contact coming out of Turn 4. Myers crossed the line first as Brunnhoelzl bounced off the outside wall and spun across the track. After a video review of the incident, NASCAR officials upheld Myers win and Brunnholzl was second in second. more results

Rookie Tommy Barrett Jr. Wins "Bush's Best 150" at Bristol

JR Bertuccio comes in first for highest Southern Modified Finisher

(Bristol Tenn. 8/20/14)-BRISTOL, Tenn. – Rookie Tommy Barrett Jr. out-muscled veterans Bobby Santos and Justin Bonsignore with a dozen laps to go and drove on to his first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour victory in Wednesday's Bush's Beans 150 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Barrett, from Millis, Massachusetts, was running third in the late stages of the hotly-contested race when he drove through and by Bonsignore and Santos – who had been the dominant cars of the night – on Lap 139. The 19-year-old held on to the lead in his No. 22 Canto Paving/Ferguson Waterworks Chevrolet through one final restart on Lap 146 for the milestone first victory. more result /photos

Justin Bonsignore an Burt Myers Captures Pole for the "Bush's Best 150" at Bristol

(Bristol Tenn. 8/20/14) Justin Bonsignore(NWMT) speed 128.563 an Burt Myers(NWSMT) 128.442 win poles for tonites 150 lap event set to start at 6:15 pm

This is the first time that Theres a southern modified driver starting on the front row..


Tim Brown Capture Second Koma Unwind Win At Anderson Motor Speedway

Brown becomes first two time winner

(King, NC): Tim Brown is going to need to change his nickname. After Friday night's dominating performance Brown should drop the “The Rocket” handle and be known as “The Undertaker” because over the last 25 laps he buried the rest of the field in the “Circle K 125” at Anderson Motor Speedway.

While the field was a little short on cars, it wasn't short on excitement in the Modifieds return to upstate South Carolinas little gem of a track.

Burt Myers started things off, knocking down the Piedmont Racing Expo Pole Award in qualifying. Myers edged Brown for the top spot with Jeff Fultz, Spencer Davis, Danny Propst and Jason Myers close behind. Jimmy Wallace was the quickest of the “Mod Light” cars over Austin Thompson. more results / Event Photos

Three Times As Nice For Bonsignore

Survives Late Cautions For Third Win Of Season

THOMPSON, Conn. (Aug. 14, 2014) – Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good and sometimes a driver can be both.

Justin Bonsignore was just that as he was able to miss the late accidents that collected some of the lead pack cars and hold off a strong challenge by Matt Hirschman on a green-white-checkered finish to win the Budweiser King of Beers 150 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.

“They got aggressive on the last few restarts, but I've lost a few races here the same way, so sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do to win the race,” Bonsignore said of the rough-and-tumble conclusion to the event.

It was the second consecutive Whelen Modified Tour win for the Holtsville, New York native at Thompson and his third of the season. Bonsignore became the first driver to win back-to-back races at Thompson since Ted Christopher scored four consecutive wins at the track from 2010-11.

Doug Coby followed Hirschman in third with Ryan Preece and Ron Silk completing the top five. Race Results

Pitkat Powers To First Whelen Modified Tour Win

Veteran Scores First Victory At Hometown Track

STAFFORD, Conn. (Aug. 8, 2014) – After winning 71 times at Stafford Motor Speedway in weekly competition, there was never any doubt that Woody Pitkat knew his way around his home track. Now Pitkat can add a NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win to his résumé.

The veteran driver dominated the Call Before You Dig 811 150 and beat Ron Silk to the line by over four seconds to pick up his first career win in his 86th tour start.

Donny Lia followed Silk in third with points leader Doug Coby and Eric Goodale completing the top five. Rowan Pennink finished sixth and Ted Christopher seventh. Justin Bonsignore, Ryan Preece and Matt Hirschman rounded out the top 10. More Results

Bohn Spins & Wins At Bowman Gray

Wild Final Lap Caps NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Victory

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (Aug. 2, 2014) – Danny Bohn got his second career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour victory, but it wasn't without drama.

Bohn managed to keep his Modified rolling in the right direction following a last-lap incident and drove the No. 65 Rustoleum/Cedar Peaks Enterprises/Ray Evernham Enterprises Chevrolet under the yellow-checkered flag to claim the 199 at Bowman Gray Stadium.

Bohn, who had the fastest car in practice and won the Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day, dominated the race. He led 196 of the 199 laps on the flat quarter-mile.

But contact between lapped cars after the white flag came out and almost collected the 26-year-old Freehold, New Jersey, driver. Bohn went around but got the car righted immediately as the caution flag ended the race.

Bohn's previous career win came in 2012 at Caraway Speedway during his rookie year. more results

Santos Saves Best For Last At New Hampshire

Claims Thrilling NASCAR Whelen Modified Win With Final Lap Pass

LOUDON, N.H. (July 12, 2014) -- Bobby Santos entered the Sunoco 100 looking for a little extra magic to change his fortunes at the “Magic Mile.” He waited until the final lap, but he got it.

In a race that featured multiple lead changes on nearly every lap – 35 official lead changes – the Franklin, Mass., driver made just one pass for the lead and led just one lap Saturday. Santos drove his No. 44 Tinio Racing/ Chevrolet by Ted Christopher in Turn 4 of the last lap en route to winning the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. more results

NASCAR Touring & Weekly Series Awards Events Announced

NASCAR Hall of Fame To Host Gathering Of Champions For Fifth Year

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 8, 2014) — The NASCAR Hall of Fame is the ultimate goal for the sport's greatest.

Annually, the North Carolina landmark is also the aim of drivers throughout the NASCAR weekly & touring series, as the NASCAR Hall of Fame / Charlotte Convention Center will again host the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards and the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards will be Friday, Dec. 12, while the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Series Awards will be Saturday, Dec. 13. more info..