Sanction: Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 26, 2:38 pm)
Hedgecock stays undefeated at I-75 with Chevy win
- Cory Hedgecock
- John Ownbey
- Ryan King
- Tyler Crowder
- Austin Smith
- Jake Knowles
- Tim Busha
- Ronnie Johnson
- Mario Gresham
- Chad Wallace
- Barry Goodman
- Jadon Frame
- Tony Thompson
- Randy Dillard
- Matt Henderson
- Colby Kilgore
What won the race: Polesitter Cory Hedgecock of Loudon, Tenn., controlled the entirety of the 50-lapper, comfortably topping fellow front-row starter John Ownbey by 2.444 seconds for a $3,000 Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series victory at I-75 Raceway.
Key notes: Hedgecock is undefeated in six starts at I-75 this season. ... He also won the tour's season-opening event on March 26 at 411 Motor Speedway. ... Nine drivers completed all 50 laps and 14 of the 16 starters were running at the finish. ... Colby Kilgore retired after 26 laps and Matt Henderson was finished after 31 circuits. ... The Chevy Series made its second appearance at the east Tennessee oval; Ownbey won last year's event. ... The tour held its first event since May 14. ... Tour competitors return to I-75 on Aug. 12.
Winner's sponsors: Hedgecock is sponsored by SmithBuilt Homes, Brucebilt Performance, K&P Used Cars, Eagle Racing Engines, Rebel Diesel, Timeless Memories Photography, Renegade Fuel and ET Motorgear.
Points chase: Fourth-place finisher Tyler Crowder of Tallahassee, Fla., had 462 points to lead Jake Knowles (450) entering the weekend.
Car count: 16
Fast qualifier: Cory Hedgecock
Time: 13.492 seconds
Polesitter: Cory Hedgecock
Consolation race winners: Tyler Crowder, Ronnie Johnson
Next series race: July 30, Cochran Motor Speedway (Cochran, GA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.