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Cory Hedgecock Giving Back to Gatlinburg
Loudon, Tennessee (11/30/16) – While Cory Hedgecock completed a dream season over the weekend by officially claiming the 2016 NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series Championship in his SmithBilt Homes #23 Transport One/ Rocket Chassis, the Tennessee racer couldn’t truly enjoy the moment as he worried about his friends and family back in East Tennessee.
“These fires that are raging through East Tennessee are affecting so many people, and it’s just heartbreaking to see,” commented Hedgecock. “It’s a truly helpless feeling seeing so many great people losing so much. While I can’t do anything about the fires, I want to do my part to help with the rebuilding.”
To show support for those, who have lost so much in these tragic fires, Cory Hedgecock will be donating 100% of his apparel sales from now until January 1, 2017. Any item purchased via www.CoryHedgecock23.com will go to SmartBank for the Gatlinburg Fire Relief Fund.
“I feel like it’s the least I can do to help these families in need,” said Cory. “I challenge my fellow racers to do whatever they can to help as well. So many great folks need so much help right now.”
To purchase merchandise from Cory Hedgecock, please visit the Apparel page at www.CoryHedgecock23.com and make a purchase between now and January 1, 2017.
Cory Hedgecock would like to thank all of his sponsors, which include Eagle Racing Engines, K&P Used Cars, SmithBilt Homes, Transport One, Sweet Trucking Co., Brucebilt Performance, VooDoo Technology, MikeAndGina.biz Automotive Specialist, Timeless Memories Photography, Rebel Diesel Performance, Keyser Manufacturing, Hoosier Racing Tires, CFYA, Valley Outdoor Services, ET Motorgear, Fastlane Signs & Graphics, Renegade Reach, Wells Racing Photography, AutoXtend Community Car Car Center, Strange Oval Racing, High Velocity Heads, Manley Performance, Crowder Small Engines, Jesel Valve Train Innovation, Stealth Racing Carburetors, AFCO, QuickCar, Bicknell Racing Products, MSD Ignition, CV Products, Brodix Cylinder Heads, JE Pistons, Simpson Race Products, and MSRMafia.com Marketing Services.For more information on Cory Hedgecock, please visit the team’s official website at www.CoryHedgecock23.com as well as social media outlets at https://www.facebook.com/Cory-Hedgecock-Motorsports-166540363452544 and https://twitter.com/Hedgecock23
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November 30, 2016
Tyler Clem Takes Two Win Weekend at Bubba Raceway Park
St. Petersburg, Florida (11/30/16) – 14-year-old, Tyler Clem entered three divisions on Sunday evening and came away with two wins during the 4th annual Left Over Classic/ Florida State Championships at Bubba Raceway Park.
The holiday weekend opened for Tyler on Saturday night as he made the trip to Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Florida) to compete with the Florida Late Models at the ½-mile oval. A wreck in his heat race left Clem starting at the tail of the feature. Despite starting at the back of the field, Tyler enjoyed a great run in the feature in his Rocket Chassis #14 Bubba Army Late Model as he advanced to a runner-up finish behind Shan Smith.
Competing in three separate divisions, Tyler Clem made the trip to Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Florida) on Sunday night for the Left Over Classic/ Florida State Championships. Competing in his Modified, Sprint Car, and Late Model, Clem registered a 2nd-place finish in his Larry Shaw Race Car #14 Modified which ended up being his worst finish of the night.
Capturing wins number eight and nine, Tyler topped the night’s feature action in both his Vahlco Wheels #14 Late Model and his K&N Filters #14 J&J Sprint Car.
“We had an awesome weekend of racing,” said an enthusiastic Clem. “To run four events and finish no worse than 2nd is pretty cool. I want to thank my dad, my team, my sponsors, and all my fans for their great support.”
The team is currently evaluating when their next event will be. Keep your browsers pointed to www.TylerClem.com for the latest team plans.
Tyler Clem and Clem Racing Inc. would like to thank all of their principle and associate sponsors including Miller Welders, K&N Filters, Rent ‘N Roll, WingHouse, Shooters World, Vahlco Wheels, Hedman Hedders, Stanton Race Engines, Keyser Manufacturing, Rocket Chassis, Sunoco Fuels, Braille Battery, JE Pistons, Ferrea Valves, Whelen Engineering, 1-800-Ask-Gary, Tony Stewart Racing, Elder Ford, Leaf Race Wear, Winters Racing Products, Bell Helmets, Aurora, Dan Olson Racing Products, Impact, Race Optics, Redline Oil, Stepp’s Towing, BR Motorsports, AR Bodies, DB Plugs, Jones Racing Products, Ole NE Jewelers, Callies Performance Products, Willy’s Carburetors, Toyo Tires, Durst Motorsports, Gates Belts, Butlerbuilt Seat Systems, Zero Error Racing, Superior Bearing & Supply, AR Bodies, NGK Spark Plugs, and MSR Mafia Marketing & Website Services.
For more information on Tyler Clem, please visit his official website at www.TylerClem.com .
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Bryant Marsh Crowned 2016 Sunoco Young Gun Champ
Despite everything that Bryant had to face he persevered and never gave up. The end result was that the Corinth, Mississippi racer earned the 2016 Sunoco Young Gun Championship for his efforts behind the wheel of his Modern Woodmen #1 Subway/Trak-Star Late Model.
“This year has been really trying to say the least,” noted Marsh. “From my dad being sick to me not performing as well as I would’ve liked, we really had a lot to overcome, but this team just kept digging. To win the Sunoco Young Gun Championship really means a lot, but to know that my dad is healthy again means even more.”
The Sunoco Young Gun competition is part of the NeSmith Late Model Series program, and drivers, who are 18-years-of age and younger, accrue points at each event in which they compete. The driver, who accumulates the most points throughout the season is crowned the champion.
“There’s a lot of tough, young drivers out there right now so to be able to win this deal really means a lot,” continued Marsh. “I really want to thank my family, my sponsors, and everyone that supports my racing career. I’m confident that 2017 will be a much better year for our team.”
Bryant entered his final event of the 2016 season over the weekend as he battled in the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series sanctioned, Possum Town Grand Prix at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi).
Preliminary action for the big event opened on Friday afternoon. With a stacked field of 66 Crate Late Models registered, Marsh qualified 5th fastest in his qualifying group, but unfortunately came up light at the scales. Starting on the tail of his heat race, Bryant jumped up four spots, but failed to transfer with a 7th-place finish. Transferring into the B-Main on Saturday for one final shot at qualifying for the $10,000-to-win A-Main, Bryant Marsh came up two positions short of a transfer spot with a 6th-place outing.
“We got behind the eight ball to start the weekend, but we never gave up,” commented Marsh. “The bad news is that we fell just short of making the feature, but the good news is that we had a really fast car against a really loaded field of racers.”
Bryant Marsh would like to thank his marketing partners, which include Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial, Subway, Trak-Star Race Cars, Slugburger Café, Houston Sign Design, and MSR Mafia Website and PR Services.