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December 30
411 Motor Speedway,
Seymour, TN
Sanction: Iron-Man Racing Series (Hangover 40) - $4,000
Information provided by: Rich Allen of InsideDirtRacing.com and series reports (last updated December 31, 6:34 pm)
McIntosh wins another Hangover, earns $4,000
Hangover 40
  1. Donald McIntosh
  2. Cory Hedgecock
  3. Casey Roberts
  4. Tyler Bare
  5. Will Roland
  6. Ryan King
  7. Kenny Collins
  8. Aaron Ridley
  9. Billy Ogle Jr.
  10. Jadon Frame
  11. Dustin Nobbe
  12. Jason Cardwell
  13. Steve Smith
  14. Zach Leonhardi
  15. Stephen Breeding
  16. Jason Barrett
  17. Eric Webber
  18. Joey Standridge
  19. Craig Greer
  20. Carder Miller
  21. Jason Welshan
  22. Chicky Barton
presented by
Blake Harris
Donald McIntosh celebrates his third career Hangover 40 victory.
What won the race: Making his first start since leaving Blount Motorsports, Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Ga., made a three-wide pass of polesitter Cory Hedgecock amid traffic on the 18th lap and led the rest of the Hangover 40 at 411 Motor Speedway. The Schaeffer Oil Iron-Man Series event paid $4,000 as McIntosh won 411's Hangover for the third time while debuting a new car.
Quotable: "I couldn't ask for a better car. Man, it's awesome. I can't thank (007 Chassis designer) Doug (Stevens) enough. My dad, we worked countless hours," winner Donald McIntosh said. "We didn't finish this car until about 3:30 yesterday afternoon just thrashing. It came together in three or four weeks there."
Key notes: McIntosh, now driving for his family-backed team, plans to chase the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series in 2018. ... He also won the Hangover in 2015 and '16, both for Maryville, Tenn.-based Blount Motorsports. ... Runner-up Cory Hedgecock led the first 17 laps. ... Third-place finisher Casey Roberts, who replaced McIntosh in the Blount Motorsports ride, challenged McIntosh for the lead on the 30th lap but nearly spun when the Georgia frontrunners made contact. ... Ten drivers completed 40 laps and 19 of 22 starters were running at the finish. ... Three cautions appeared, including when reigning tour champ Carder Miller dropped fluid on lap eight. ... Jadon Frame spun on the fourth lap. ... Chicky Barton spun on the first lap and retired. ... The eighth annual Hangover 40 marked next season's first event on the Iron-Man Series; the race was originally scheduled for Jan. 1 and moved back a few days for better weather. ... Chase King won the Crate Late Model feature over Chip Brindle, Logan Roberson, Ray Cook and Andy Ogle.
Winner's sponsors: McIntosh’s new 007 Chassis didn’t carry any sponsorship.
Car count: 29
Fast qualifier: Cory Hedgecock
Time: 13.052 seconds
Polesitter: Cory Hedgecock
Heat race winners: Tyler Bare, Billy Ogle Jr., Ryan King, Kenny Collins
Provisional starters: Craig Greer, Zach Leonhardi
Next series race: May 12, I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, TN) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hedgecock, Roland
Row 2: McIntosh, Roberts
Row 3: Bare, King
Row 4: B. Ogle, Collins
Row 5: Barton, Nobbe
Row 6: Frame, Cardwell
Row 7: Miller, Smith
Row 8: Welshan, Barrett
Row 9: Breeding, Standridge
Row 10: Ridley, Webber
Row 11: Greer, Leonhardi

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