Login |
Watch LIVE at | Events | FAQ | Archives
Sponsor 257
Sponsor 717


All Late Models. All the Time.

Your soruce for dirt late model news, photos and video

  • Join us on Twitter Join us on Facebook
Sponsor 525

Daily Dirt 10/02/2022 07:33:31

Sponsor 743
June 1
411 Motor Speedway,
Seymour, TN
Sanction: World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series - $10,000
Information provided by: Alli Collis (last updated June 2, 6:24 pm)
Hedgecock scores first Outlaws victory at 411
  1. Cory Hedgecock
  2. Jimmy Owens
  3. Mike Marlar
  4. Chris Madden
  5. Michael Chilton
  6. Tyler Erb
  7. Brent Larson
  8. David Breazeale
  9. Shane Clanton
  10. Brandon Sheppard
  11. Rick Eckert
  12. Chase Junghans
  13. Shanon Buckingham
  14. Ray Cook
  15. Kyle Hardy
  16. Morgan Bagley
  17. Chris Ferguson
  18. Ryan King
  19. Devin Moran
  20. Brandon Overton
  21. Casey Roberts
  22. Robby Moses
  23. David Crabtree
  24. Dale McDowell
presented by
Michael Moats/mrmracing.net
Cory Hedgecock is joined in 411 victory lane by wife Katie and daughter Lily Ann.
What won the race: Sliding ahead of race leader David Breazeale of Four Corners, Miss., to lead lap 23 of 50, third-starting Cory Hedgecock of Loudon, Tenn., led the remaining distance for his first career World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series victory at 411 Motor Speedway. He earned a $10,000 payday in making his first career WoO start.
On the move: Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., advanced from the 12th starting spot to finish fourth; Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., started 17th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Hedgecock’s Rocket Chassis is powered by an Eagle Racing Engine and sponsored by Cushman, Eagle Racing Engines, K&P Used Cars, Transport One, VooDoo Technology, Sweet Trucking Co., and Rebel Diesel Performance.
Points chase: After 411: 1. Chris Madden (1,562); 2. Mike Marlar (1,538); 3. Shane Clanton (1,500); 4. Brandon Sheppard (1,498); 5. Rick Eckert (1,458); 6. Chase Junghans (1,426); 7. Devin Moran (1,378); 8. Brandon Overton (1,370); 9. David Breazeale (1,368); 10. Tyler Erb (1,344); 11. Brent Larson (1,328); 12. Morgan Bagley (1,324); 13. Chris Ferguson (1,324); 14. Timothy Culp (1,102).
Car count: 29
Fast qualifier: Jimmy Owens
Time: 14.001 seconds
Polesitter: Michael Chilton
Heat race winners: Cory Hedgecock, Michael Chilton, David Breazeale
Consolation race winners: Casey Roberts
Provisional starters: Devin Moran, Morgan Bagley
Next series race: June 2, Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, TN) $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
By Alli Collis
DirtonDirt.com staff writer

SEYMOUR, Tenn. (June 1) — It was back in 2016 that Cory Hedgecock of Loudon, Tenn., scored his first career Super Late Model victory at 411 Motor Speedway. And now the Seymour, Tenn., oval is also home to his richest career victory.

Sliding ahead of race leader David Breazeale of Four Corners, Miss., in turn four, Hedgecock powered to the front of the field on lap 23 of 50, leading the remaining circuits for his first career World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series victory. Notching his 10th victory on his 2018 campaign, Hedgecock earned a career-high $10,000 payday.

"I knew if I was every going to have a chance to win one of these races, it was no doubt going to be here," Hedgecock said in victory lane. "I'm tickled to death."

Starting outside the front row, it was Breazeale charging to the lead at the drop of the green flag, cruising over the field in the early running. As the frontrunners approached lapped traffic, Hedgecock started to reel in the race leader, pulling alongside Breazeale at the line on lap 22. After taking the point just two laps shy of the halfway mark, Hedgecock was never seriously challenged for the lead.

"I did not want them cautions," Hedgecock said of late-race yellow flags. "I had mixed emotions. That long green run, I'm not sure if I didn't just use that right-rear up. It got hot on me. I was like, 'OK, maybe I do want a caution.' But the problem is it stacks all of us back up ... I am tickeled to death. This is awesome."

Fifth-starting Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., finisher runner-up, with ninth-starting Mike Marlar rounding out the podium in third. Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., finished fourth, with Michael Chilton of Salvisa, Ky., running fifth. After leading early, Breazeale slipped back to finish eighth.

Working through lapped traffic, Owens was able to close in on Hedgecock mid-race, racing right on the back bumper of the No. 9 on lap 36. But late-race cautions allowed Hedgecock to pull away in the final laps, with Owens setting for a second-place finish at the checkered flag.

"It's awesome to get to see Cory win this," Owens said. "He's a tough driver to get around down here. I'm glad to bring this car home in one piece and a second. Maybe we can move on to tomorrow and have a better run."

Coming off a strong run in the Show-Me 100, Mike Marlar notched his second straight third-place finish, giving home-state drivers a clean sweep of the 411 podium.

"The Tennessee gang, we all got up and running," Marlar said. "Last week out at the Show-Me, me and Jimmy and Scott (Bloomquist) was all racing in the front there for a long time. It was a fun race and the Tennessee guys are pretty tough."

Notes: Hedgecock won in his first career WoO start; he previously entered one series event at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn., on May 9, 2015, but failed to qualify for the feature. ... The race was slowed by four cautions. … A yellow flag waved on lap six when Dale McDowell slowed off the pace in turns one and two. … Robby Moses slowed in turn four to draw a caution on lap 41. … Another yellow flag flew on lap 44 when Casey Roberts got into the turn-two wall.  … After rallying from the 14th starting spot to run fifth, Brandon Overton got into the turn one wall, slowing with a flat tire on lap 45 to retire early. … Kyle Hardy of Stephens City, Va., who entered 411's action after Friday's scheduled Ultimate Southeast Late Model Series event at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, N.C., was cancelled earlier in the day due to rain that caused the track's fronstretch wall to fall down, started fourth and appeared headed to a top-five finish until a flat tire forced him pitside with five laps remaining. ... The series made its first-ever visit to the Seymour, Tenn., oval for one of the richest paying events in track history. ... Chase King of Seymour, Tenn., was the winner of the $1,500 Crate Late Model feature.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Chilton, Breazeale

Row 2: Hedgecock, Hardy

Row 3: Owens, McDowell

Row 4: Eckert, Larson

Row 5: Marlar, Erb

Row 6: Sheppard, Madden

Row 7: Junghans, Overton

Row 8: Buckingham, Cook

Row 9: Clanton, Crabtree

Row 10: Roberts, Moses

Row 11: Ferguson, King

Row 12: Moran, Bagley

Sponsor 1192
Sponsor 1179
Sponsor 728