Ryan Timms Snares Friday Volusia USCS Sprint Car Checkers
Charges 17th-to-5th in Saturday’s Finale

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (01/3q/23) – Ryan Timms banked a $3,000 United Speed Contest Association (USCS) Sprint Car victory on Friday night aboard his CitGard Engine Oil / driveWFX.com No. 5T CITGO / Hampel Oil / Western Flyer Xpress / Mystik Lubricants / Eagle Chassis Sprint Car.

The triumph came in the 16-year-old racer’s debut at the lightning fast, ½ mile during the opening round of the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout. He added a Top-5 finish in Saturday night’s finale.

“I had never been to Volusia Speedway Park before Friday so I didn’t totally know what to expect, but I quickly found that it’s a fast and aggressive race track, which fits my style perfectly,” Timms said. “After winning Friday, on Saturday night we didn’t pass as many cars as we needed to in the heat race so I had to run a B-Main. We won the B-Main and then came from 17th to fifth in the feature. I already can’t wait to be back here and race on this track against the [World of] Outlaws during DIRTcar Nationals.”

Ryan Timms returned to action on Friday afternoon with a visit to Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Fla.) to compete in his CITGARD Engine Oil No. 5T Sprinter for the doubleheader weekend with the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) presented by K&N Filters.

With 39 Sprint Cars amassed at the 1/2 – mile oval, Timms laid down the second-fastest lap in in his time trial group before placing second in his heat.

Starting the feature in third, Ryan grabbed the lead on the opening lap and never looked back, cruising to a flag-to-flag victory in the 25-lap affair. He claimed his first win of the 2023 season, 7.406-seconds ahead of Dylan Westbrook with Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Anthony Macri, and Chris Martin completing the top-five finishers.

On Saturday, Ryan’s sixth-to-fourth showing in his heat race relegated him to a B-Main. With a consolation victory placing him on the ninth row for the $5,000-to-win finale, Timms charged through the field 12 spots in the 30-lapper to register an impressive fifth-place finish. He followed Tyler Clem, Davie Franek, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and Anthony Macri across the line.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.USCSRacing.com.

Timms now turns his attention 410 c.i. Winged Sprint Car competition. He originally planned to compete with the a Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC) Sprint Car in a doubleheader this weekend at Senoia (Ga.) Raceway. Unfortunately though, Mother Nature took the win with both events being canceled due to rain. As a result, Tyler returns to action on Tuesday – Saturday with the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Fla.), where a bevy of both ASCoC and World of Outlaws (WoO) NOS Energy Drink action dots the calendar.

Full details on the weekend can be found at www.DIRTcarNationals.com .

Ryan Timms Racing would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include CitGard, CITGO, Mystik Lubricants, Hampel Oil, Western Flyer Xpress, driveWFX.com, Xpress Truck Sales, Rider Racing Engines, Griffin Fishing Charters and Lodge, Premier Truck Group, K1 Race Gear, Durst Inc., Factory Kahne by Schure Built, 947-Eyes, Bell Helmets, KR Performance Fuels LLC, Outlaw Wings, Kahne Screen Printing, AFD Graphix, Inefte Sports, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Ryan Timms Racing please visit the team website at www.RyanTimmsRacing.com as well as the team’s social media channels at www.facebook.com/RyanTimmsRacing/, www.instagram.com/ryantimms_5t/ and twitter.com/RyanTimms_5T .

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Ricky Weiss Notches Two More Ernie Mincey Tribute Early Thaw Wins
Smoky Mountain Speedway WoO Doubleheader Up Next for Team

HEADINGLEY, MANITOBA, Canada (01/31/23) – Ricky Weiss added two more wins to his 2023-win tally during the final weekend of Ernie Mincey Tribute Early Thaw at Central Arizona Raceway.

He now has four wins on the year aboard his Drydene Performance Products No. 7 G-Style Transport/ Sniper Chassis / Vic Hill Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“It was another good weekend at Casa Grande (Central Arizona Raceway) for the team. We ended our winter races with four wins. I doubt we’ll race anywhere in February. Right now, the plan is to race again with the (World of) Outlaws at Smoky Mountain (Speedway) the first week of March,” Weiss shared. “As always, a big thank you goes out everyone who supports our team. We couldn’t do what we do without them.”

Ricky Weiss returned to the seat of his Drydene Engine Oils No. 7 Late Model for the second weekend of action at Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, Ariz.) for the Ernie Mincy Tribute Early Thaw.

With a heat race victory early in the night, Weiss positioned himself to start the 30-lap A-Main from the second row. Ricky powered to the top spot on lap three and cruised the rest of the way to the checkered flag. Weiss pocketed $2,000 for his efforts and topped Don Shaw and Josh Zimpel who rounded out the Top-3 finishers.

Weiss continued his excellence on Friday with another heat race win that would once again earn him a second row starting position. With only 30 laps to work with, Ricky didn't waste time and took the lead from Clayton Stucky on lap 7 before storming away from the field to pick up his second victory of the weekend and fourth in the Ernie Mincy Tribute Early Thaw two-week event. Weiss outran Cody Laney and Josh Zimpel for the $2,500 payday.

For Saturday's $3,000 finale, Ricky finished fifth in his heat race which pinned him to a 17th-place starting position in the 35-lap main event. Weiss recorded a 17th-to-6th charge in the feature to finish out the weekend.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.DirtOnDirt.com .

Next on tap for the team is a March 3 – 4 trip to Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) for a World of Outlaws (WoO) CASE Late Model Series doubleheader. The weekend includes a $10,000-to-win program on Friday and a $15,000-to-win race on Saturday.

For more information on the events, please visit www.WoOLMS.com .

Ricky Weiss would like to thank his marketing partners and sponsors including Drydene Performance Products, G-Style Transport, Turk Enterprises, Derrick's Sandblasting, Keewatin Truck Service, Collins Brothers Towing, Wiesner Trucking, RDW Recycling, Sweet Manufacturing, Penske Racing Shocks, Total Works Truck & Equipment, Straight Ahead Ventures, JCJ Tools, Inc., Borderland Hay & Straw, VP Racing Fuels, Vic Hill Racing Engines, Forks Mobile Wash, LG Transport, Aldon Auto, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, Kenny’s Components, Go Lithium, DirtCarLift.com, Arizona Sport Shirts, FK Rod Ends, Swift Springs, Allstar Performance, Hooker Harness, Barnes Systems, Winters Performance Products, C&R Radiators, QA1, Strange Oval, Quarter Master, PFC Brakes, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Wrisco Industries, Performance Bodies & Parts, QuickCar Racing Products, Butlerbuilt, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Braswell, Bell, Earnhardt Technologies Group, K1 RaceGear, ­and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

For more information on Ricky Weiss please visit his website at www.WeissRacing7.com.

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Ricky Thornton Jr. Visits Victory Lane at Bubba Raceway Park
LOLMDS Action Continues Friday at All-Tech Raceway

MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (01/31/23) – After a trio of podium finishes to start the 2023 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season Ricky Thornton Jr. topped the fourth round of competition in his SSI Motorsports / Hoker Trucking No. 20RT Dyno One Inc. / Excel Floor Covering / Sub-Surface of Indiana/ Longhorn Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine.

His first trip to Lucas Oil Victory Lane in 2023 came on Sunday night at Florida’s Bubba Raceway Park.

“It’s pretty awesome to win here,” said Thornton Jr. in Lucas Oil Victory Lane on Sunday night at Bubba Raceway Park. “I love coming to this place. It’s so technical and different compared to all the other places we go to. I got the jump on the start on Devin [Moran]. I felt like I was running as hard as I needed to and then he slid me. He was running way harder than I wanted to go and I thought let him go and I will just keep pace with him. I don’t know what happened to him on that restart he went down into one and it didn’t turn.

“I got the lead back and just kind of held on, under that red my left front went flat,” Thornton added. “Luckily it didn’t put me in the fence. Overall, it was a good night. I had big time flashbacks from the last two nights. My crew guy was telling me that Max [Blair] was getting closer and I thought here we go again. On the last lap I screwed up off two and four. I felt like I was going to put it in the fence and give it away again. Overall, I am good, and we are happy we really have had a good Speedweeks so far.”

Kicking off his pursuit for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) championship, Ricky Thornton Jr. was one of 50 Late Models amassed in the pit area at Golden Isles Speedway (Brunswick, Ga.) on Thursday afternoon as the Super Bowl of Racing opened the season for the tour.

Following the second-fastest lap in his 25-car group, Thornton outran Daulton Wilson in his heat race to pick up the eight-lap victory. With $10,000 on the line in the feature, Ricky carried a steady pace in the 40-lapper to register a third-place finish. He chased race-long pacesetter Brandon Overton and Tim McCreadie to the checkers.

For another $10,000-to-win program on Friday, Ricky secured his spot into the A-Main with a heat triumph. Starting the feature in second, Thornton shadowed early leader Brandon Overton for the first half of the race before making a move into lead on lap 30. Unable to turn back a charging Kyle Larson in the waning laps, Ricky recorded a runner-up finish, which came behind Larson with Brandon Overton coming in third.

On Saturday, Thornton started the night on the right foot again as he timed in second-fastest in his group before placing first in his heat. Starting the $25,000-to-win Super Bowl of Racing finale in fourth, Ricky slid ahead of pole-starting Brandon Overton on lap 22 to assume command of the top spot. Falling short of the win in another nail biter in the final laps, Thornton settled with a runner-up finish in the 60-lapper, trailing Overton across the line with Tanner English rounding out the podium.

In a field of 39 LOLMDS entries on Sunday afternoon at Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Fla.), Ricky locked his spot into the show with a heat win over Max Blair. Regaining the lead from fellow front-row starter Devin Moran on the 15th circuit of the feature, Thornton held off Max Blair to capture his first win of the season and a $10,000 payday. He recorded his fifth career Lucas Oil triumph ahead of Blair, Ashton Winger, Hudson O’Neal, and Brandon Sheppard.

LOLMDS action continued on Monday evening at the uniquely-shaped, 3/8-mile oval. With a second-place finish in his heat race, Ricky earned the fifth-starting spot for the feature. He fell back to sixth early in the feature. Late in the race he climbed to the fifth position before contact with two laps to go relegated him to the back of the pack. Thornton Jr. was credited with a disappointing 19th-place finish.
Ricky currently sits second in the LOLMDS point standings.
Full results from the weekend are available at www.LucasDirt.com .

After a three-day break, the LOLMDS portion of Speedweeks continues on Friday and Saturday at All-Tech Raceway (Lake City, Fla.) with a $12,000-to-win slate and a $15,000-to-win program.

Ricky Thornton Jr. would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include: SSI Motorsports, Dyno One, Excel Floor Covering, Hoker Trucking, Certified Inspection Service (CSI), High Performance Lubricants, Big River Steel, Van Meter Insurance Group, Varsitee Screen Printing, West Side Tractor Sales Co., Sub-Surface of Indiana, Midwest Sheet Metal, D&E Outside Services, Lethal Chassis, Dylan Earven Foundation, EMD Wraps, Brembo, Keyser Manufacturing, Wiles Driveshafts, Barnes Systems, Strange Oval, Schoenfeld Headers, The Joie of Seating, Earnhardt Technologies, FK Rod Ends, BMRS, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Hoosier Tire, Performance Bodies, Jones Racing Products, Simpson Racing Products, NAPA (Morgantown – Bargersville), Swift Springs, Penske Racing Shocks, Winning Edge Carburetion, Longhorn Chassis, Clements Racing Engines, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

Visit the team’s official website at www.TwentyRT.com often for the latest team information. You can also stay connected with Ricky Thornton Jr. on social media at https://www.facebook.com/rickythorntonjrracing on Facebook, and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RThornton20rt.

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Rocket1 Racing and Hudson O’Neal Record Trio of LOLMDS Top-5 Finishes
Speedweeks Action Resumes on Friday at All-Tech Raceway

SHINNSTON, W.Va. (01/31/23) – Rocket1 Racing and Hudson O’Neal continued their Speedweeks 2023 efforts over the past five days with the opening rounds of the 2023 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) campaign.

O’Neal and the team recorded a trio of Top-5 finishes with their Rocket1 Racing / Valvoline / Seubert Calf Ranches No. 1 Ace Metal Works / XR1 Rocket Chassis / Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“I feel like every time we hit the track that we are gelling more and more as a team. I’m learning the way they do things and they are also learning the way I’ve been used to doing things, and I’m really happy with our progress. The results are starting to show on the track, and we are getting close to the first win of the year,” O’Neal said. “We’ve got a great team in place, and I’m excited to be in the position I’m in.”

Rocket 1 Racing returned to the road with Hudson O’Neal piloting the Valvoline No. 1s Late Model at Golden Isles Speedway (Brunswick, Ga.) on Thursday afternoon as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) season officially kicked off with the 2023 edition of the Super Bowl of Racing.

After his scorching 14.921-second lap in time trials earned him the Allstar Performance fast time award, O’Neal secured his spot into the opening night feature with a runner-up showing in his heat. With $10,000 on the line, Hudson was running third in the final 10 circuits when another competitor sent him spinning. He salvaged a 19th-place outing from the tail.

For another $10,000-to-win program on Friday, Hudson followed up the second-fastest lap in his time trial group with a heat race triumph. Losing two spots in the 40-lap feature, O’Neil registered a fifth-place finish, which came behind Kyle Larson, Ricky Thornton Jr., Brandon Overton, and Earl Pearson Jr.

On Saturday, O’Neal secured his spot into the $25,000-to-win Super Bowl of Racing finale with an eight-lap heat victory. Scoring his second consecutive Top-5 finish, Hudson raced to a fifth-place performance in the 60-lap affair. He trailed Brandon Overton, Ricky Thornton Jr., Tanner English, and Brandon Sheppard to the checkers.

In a field of 39 LOLMDS entries on Sunday at Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Fla.) for the BRP Winter Nationals, Hudson’s third-place finish in his heat race pinned him on the sixth row for the main event. Wheeling his way into the top-five, O’Neal marched forward eight spots to cross the line in fourth.

The five-day swing drew to a close on Monday night at with the final round of the BRP Winter Nationals. Hudson raced from fifth-to-third in his heat race to lock into the 11th-starting spot for the $10,000-to-win finale. Unfortunately, he was spun on the first circuit. Tagging the back of the field he rebounded to a 17th-place finish.

Hudson is currently sixth in the latest LOLMDS point standings.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.LucasDirt.com .

LOLMDS Speedweeks action continues at All-Tech Raceway (Ellisville, Fla.) this Friday with a $12,000-to-win program and a $15,000-to-win event on Saturday.

Rocket1 Racing would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Valvoline, Seubert Calf Ranches, Rocket Chassis, Ace Metal Works, Durham Racing Engines, Five Star RaceCar Bodies, Gunters Honey, Hoosier Racing Tire, Integra Racing Shocks, Keyser Manufacturing, Petroff Towing, Slavic Custom Racing Shirts & Decals, WR1 Sim Chassis, O’Neal’s Salvage & Recycling, Sweet Manufacturing, Sunoco Race Fuels, Accu-Force Shock Service, ATL Fuel Cells, Aurora Rod Ends, Barnes Dry Sump Oil Systems, Bazell Race Fuels, Beyea Custom Headers, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Brinn Transmissions, Cometic Gasket, COMP Cams, CP Carrillo, Dohm Cycles, Edelbrock, Fibreworks Composites, Hardrock Powder Coating, Howe Racing Enterprises, Jones Racing Products, Kenny’s Components, Maxima Racing Oils, MSD, Performance Grading, E3 Spark Plugs, Tel Tac, Performance Bodies, Peterson Fluid Systems, Powers Performance, Performance Rod & Custom, Quarter Master, QuickCar Racing Products, Rocket Pre-Owned Motors, Safecraft, Show Trucks Unlimited, Simpson, Stealth Carburetors, Strange Oval, Suave Talk, Total Power Valvoline Pro-V Racing, Walker Performance Filtration, Weld Racing, Wiles Driveshafts, Wilwood Brakes, Winters Performance Products, Wrisco Aluminum, Xceldyne Valvetrain, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Rocket1Racing please visit the team website at www.Rocket1Racing.com as well as their social media channels at www.facebook.com/Rocket1Racing, www.twitter.com/Rocket1_Racing, and www.instagram.com/rocket1racing .

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Brandon Overton Doubles Down in GIS Super Bowl of Racing
Leads LOLMDS Standings Entering All-Tech Raceway Action

EVANS, Ga. (01/31/23) – Brandon Overton raced to a pair of Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victories over the weekend at Georgia’s Golden Isles Speedway in his Wells & Sons Motorsports No. 76 Muscle Factory / Allstar Concrete / Longhorn Chassis by Wells Motorsports/ Clements Racing Engines - powered Super Late Model.

He banked a $10,000 LOLMDS victory on Thursday night before backing it up with a thrilling $25,000 triumph on Saturday night. Additionally, with five races in the books he also currently leads the latest LOLMDS standings.

“We had a helluva week. We had to work our tells off to do it, but we won two features at Golden Isles (Speedway), and then got a couple of Top 10’s at Bubba (Raceway Park),” Overton said. “These races are hard to win, especially at Speedweeks, so we are proud of what we’ve accomplished so far. There’s a lot of racing still to go, so we’re going to keep our head down and keep digging.

“I just can’t see enough about this team and all our sponsors. They give me everything I need to be successful.”

Brandon Overton unloaded his Wells Motorsports No. 76 Late Model at Golden Isles Speedway (Brunswick, Ga.) on Thursday night to do battle with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) as the 2023 campaign came to life.

With 50 Late Models amassed at the 4/10-mile oval for the opening round of the Super Bowl of Racing, Overton laid down the fourth-fastest time in his qualifying group before outrunning Hudson O’Neal in his heat race to pick up the victory. Starting * on the pole for the feature, Brandon turned back Tim McCreadie’s second-half challenge to secure his first win of the season and 14th-career LOLMDS triumph. He bagged a $10,000 payday ahead of McCreadie, Ricky Thornton Jr., Devin Moran, and Daulton Wilson.

For another $10,000-to-win A-Main on Friday afternoon, Brandon followed up the fastest lap in his 26-car time trial group with a heat race win. After leading the opening 29 circuits of the feature, Overton surrendered to the top spot to Ricky Thornton Jr. on the ensuing lap and went onto place third in the 50-lapper. He trailed Kyle Larson and Thornton to the checkers.

The Super Bowl of Racing drew to a close on Saturday with Overton setting the bar in time trials with a 14.798-second lap. With a win in his heat race placing him on the pole for the feature, Brandon paced the field laps 1-22 before dropping to second as Ricky Thornton Jr. inched ahead. Stalking Thornton Jr. as the laps winded down, Overton nosed past the leader on the high groove in the final corner to claim his second win of the season and a $25,000 grand prize in dramatic fashion. He recorded his 15th-career LOLMDS victory ahead of Thornton Jr., Tanner English, Brandon Sheppard, and Hudson O’Neal.

On Sunday, the Wells Motorsports team headed to Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Fla.) to compete in a doubleheader event sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS). With a runner-up performance in his heat race placing him on the fourth row for the feature, Brandon clawed forward two spots in the 40-lap affair to finish fifth.

Returning to the 3/8-mile D-shaped oval on Monday evening, Overton jumped up one spot in his heat race to register a second-place finish. With $10,000 on the line in the feature, Brandon faded two positions in the final 10 circuits to finish eighth.

Brandon currently resides atop the latest Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) standings.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.LucasDirt.com .

Overton is slated to return to LOLMDS action this Friday and Saturday at All-Tech Raceway (Ellisville, Fla.) with a $12,000-to-win affair and a $15,000-to-win feature.

Brandon Overton would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Muscle Factory, Wells Motorsports, Garnto Southern Construction, E-Z-GO, Victory Fuel, Allstar Concrete, Longhorn Chassis by Wells, Big Dog Stump and Tree, RW Powell Construction, Victory Fuel, Convenient Lube, Big Blue Smoke House, Boswell Oil, Doug Campbell Body Shop, Clements Racing Engines, Penske Shocks, Hoosier by Brian, Top Notch Kustom Koncepts, Steering Buddy, Impact Race Gear, Swift Springs, Penn Grade Oil, Quarter Master, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Wilwood, All-Star Performance, Wehrs Machine, Schoenfeld, Winters Performance, Performance Bodies, Peterson Fluid Systems, Sunoco Race Fuels, Fast Shafts, AFCO Racing Products, COMP Cams, Quickcar Products, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

For the latest information concerning Brandon Overton, please visit www.BrandonOverton76.com.

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Cory Hedgecock Roars to East Bay Winternationals CRUSA Opener Win
Returns to Action on Feb. 17 at 411 Motor Speedway

LOUDON, Tenn. (02/01/23) – Cory Hedgecock roared to his first win of the 2023 season on Thursday evening aboard his W.E. Hardscapes & Masonry / Noble Knights Construction Services / No. 23 Currin Construction / BMF Race Car / Eagle Racing Engine Super Late Model.

The $2,500 victory came in Crate Racin’ USA Winter Shootout Series action at Florida’s East Bay Raceway Park.

“Things were dicey at times on Thursday night. There was a few times I thought I was about to knock the clip out of it, we were so close to the wall but it all worked out. Adding a pair of fourth-place finishes on Saturday against this caliber of drivers feels really good in our family-built car (BMF Race Car),” Hedgecock shared. “Every time we hit the track, we’re steadily building up the notebook for our customers, while the orders are rolling in. Blessed is an understatement.”

Cory Hedgecock returned to the driver’s seat of his BMF Race Cars No. 23 Late Model on Thursday afternoon as the Crate Racin’ USA Winter Shootout Series ventured to East Bay Raceway Park (Gibsonton, Fla.) for the 47th annual East Bay Winter Nationals.

Drawing 62 Late Models, Cory topped his qualifying group with a blistering 16.614-second lap before placing first in his heat. Tracking down early pacesetter Chase Cooper on the eighth circuit of the feature, Hedgecock paced the field for the remainder of the 30-lapper to claim his first win of the season and a $2,500 payday. He took the checkers 0.402 seconds ahead of Mario Gresham with Randy Weaver, Ashton Winger, and Hayden Cardwell completing the top-five finishers.

Vying for another $2,500 payday on Friday, Hedgecock earned the fourth-starting position for the feature via a heat race triumph. Fading one spot late in the 30-lapper after running in third the majority of the race, Cory crossed the line in fourth.

On Saturday, Cory’s second-place finish in his heat race placed him on the fourth row for the $5,000-to-win finale. Moving forward three spots in the 50-lap affair, Hedgecock posted another fourth-place finish, which came behind Ashton Winger, Doug Horton, and Hayden Cardwell with Clinton Hersh completing the top-five finishers.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.CrateRacinUSA.com .

Next on tap for Cory is a trip to 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) on Feb. 17 for the annual Sweetheart, which posts a $3,023 winner’s check for the CRUSA Winter Shootout Series competitors.

Full event details at www.411MotorSpeedway.net .

Cory Hedgecock would like to thank all of his sponsors, which include Eagle Racing Engines, Noble Knights Construction Services, Vineyard Enterprises, W.E. Hardscapes & Masonry, Currin Construction, E-Z-GO, BMF Racecars, Circle H Services, CH Enterprises, STI Trucking, SFP Performance Systems, Brucebilt Performance, Cobb’s Auto Parts, Pro-Fabrication, Earnhardt Technologies, Strange Oval, Quickcar Racing Products, Hoosier Tire, Wilwood, Martel Signs, Hypercoils, Bilstein, Powers Machine, VP Racing Fuels, Winters Performance, Keyser Manufacturing, MyRacePass Marketing & Website Services, along with my family and crew, Mom, Dad, Wesley, Katie, Lily, and Shelby.

Visit the team’s official website at www.CoryHedgecock23.com as well as social media outlets at https://www.facebook.com/coryhedgecock23/ and https://twitter.com/Hedgecock23 often for the latest team updates.

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