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Hedgcock Racing 2014 Results
14 Wins
13 - 2nd Place, 14 - 3rd Place, 9 - 4th Place, 10 - 5th Place
59 - Top 5 Finishers

Brunnhoelzl Holds Off Suess For First 2014 Win At Langley

HAMPTON, Va. -- George Brunnhoelzl III added another track to his resume, claiming the Courtyard By Marriott/Pepsi 150 Saturday night at Langley Speedway. It is the 11th different track the four-time NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion has won at.

Brunnhoelzl led the final 67 laps after passing points leader Andy Seuss, and survived a green-white-checkered finish for his first win of the season. Twice in the first three races, Brunnhoelzl finished second to Seuss.

It also extended Brunnhoelzl's tour record for career wins to 21. Official Results

Bonsignore Breaks The Ice At Thompson

First Icebreaker Win; Fourth In NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Career

THOMPSON, Conn. (April 6, 2014) – Wins at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park don't come easy and Justin Bonsignore earned a hard-fought one on Sunday.

The 26-year-old from Holtsville, N.Y., outdueled pole sitter Woody Pitkat for the win in the Icebreaker 150 presented by Town Fair Tire. It was his first Icebreaker victory and fourth of his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour career covering 61 starts. Bonsignore's second tour victory came at Thompson in September 2012. His previous best Icebreaker finish was a fifth-place effort in 2011.

Pitkat, who won his first Coors Light Pole Award in Saturday's qualifying, came up just short in his bid for a first Whelen Modified Tour win and finished second for the third time in his 79-race tour career. Doug Coby, last season's runner-up in the championship standings, crossed the line in third followed by Timmy Solomito in fourth. Eric Goodale rounded out the top-five finishers in the kick-off event for the tour's 30th season. more results

Twice As Nice For Seuss At South Boston

Dominates To Claim 17th NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Victory

SOUTH BOSTON, Va. (April 5, 2014) – It was a nice afternoon for a drive for Andy Seuss.

The Hampstead, N.H., driver dominated and won Saturday's South Boston 150 in NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour action under a blue sky at South Boston Speedway. Seuss became the first repeat winner in six visits to the .4-mile Virginia oval for the tour. He won the Southern Tour's inaugural visit to the track in 2009. The victory was the 17th of Suess' career and the second in three outings this season behind the wheel of his No. 11 Ideal Finance/Phoenix Motors Chevrolet.

Seuss, who started second on the grid, took the lead from pole sitter Danny Bohn, who won his second career Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day, in the opening laps and made it look easy from there. Seuss had to survive five restarts, but was able to handle challenges from Bohn, JR Bertuccio and Kyle Ebersole in short order.

Four-time and defending Southern Modified Tour champion George Brunnhoelzl III charged to the front and finished second after starting from the rear of the field. He qualified seventh, but had to drop to the rear prior to the initial green flag due to an unapproved adjustment to the car following qualifying. More Results / Photos

Tim Brown Comes Home with Victory at Hickory Motor Speedway

Inaugural KOMA Unwind “Relaxation Revolution 125”

(King, NC):  It's official!  Tim Brown from Rural Hall, NC held off a hungry pack of drivers to claim the win in the inaugural event for the KOMA Unwind Modified Madness Series Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway. 

The event lived up to expectations with twenty lead changes between five different drivers.  Pit stop excitement, tire changes and confusion added to the overall picture painted for the first event.

Brown Josh Nichols, Burt and Jason Myers and young gun Spencer Davis all took turns leading the 125 lapper, with Brown and Burt Myers being at the point for the bulk of the laps but not one of the top five cars was able to gain a clear advantage.  Caution flew on lap 19 for a front stretch spin by Jeremy Mayfield.  Mayfield recovered and posted a solid finish in his first Modified event.  Another brief caution when Renee Dupuis tagged the turn one wall did little to interrupt the action.  The engine in Brian Weber's car exploded entering turn three bringing out the final caution of the night.  Cale Gale's car failed to re-fire after the caution ending his night at the same time. Race Results / Events Photos

Bertuccio Gets First Career Whelen Southern Mod Win
Ebersole Slips Past Brunnhoelzl To Take Second

KENLY, N.C. (March 15, 2014) – J.R. Bertuccio earned his first trip to Victory Lane the hard way.

The 32-year-old from Centerrach, N.Y., had to hold off four-time NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion George Brunnhoelzl III on a green-white-checkered finish to win Saturday's Southern National 150.

The win came in Bertuccio's 28th career start. He had three previous top fives with his best finish coming at Caraway Speedway with a third-place run in the 2014 season opener.more results