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July 4
Volunteer Speedway,
Bulls Gap, TN
Sanction: Schaeffer's Iron-Man Series (Independence 40) - $5,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated July 9, 5:01 am)
Hedgecock continues Tennessee winning ways
Independence 40
  1. Cory Hedgecock
  2. Michael Chilton
  3. Donald McIntosh
  4. Ryan King
  5. Kyle Strickler
  6. Logan Roberson
  7. Vic Hill
  8. Dakotah Knuckles
  9. David Crabtree
  10. Jensen Ford
  11. David Payne
  12. Heath Hindman
  13. Pearson Lee Williams
  14. Mack McCarter
  15. Dusty Carver
  16. Robby Moses
  17. Joey Standridge
  18. Clay Coghlan
  19. Jake Knowles
  20. Bobby Giffin
  21. Jeff Wolfenbarger
  22. Danny Helton
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Cory Hedgecock earned $5,000 for his victory at Volunteer.
What won the race: Polesitter Cory Hedgecock of Loudon, Tenn., outran fifth-starting Michael Chilton to win Saturday’s Independence 40 at Volunteer Speedway. Hedgecock finished 1.486 seconds ahead of Chilton to earn $5,000 for his third career Schaeffer’s Iron-Man Series feature win.
Quotable: “The racetrack was awesome. It was racy. I could go anywhere on the racetrack and it was good,” said Hedgecock. “Dad and everything and us and everybody that’s worked on this thing has got this thing really digging. It’s in the ground good. I’m finally glad to get to more my speed of a race rather than running all the national stuff. We’ve been running really good in those also, but I’ve been very excited to get to one of these regional more so shows that I think is more my speed to see what we could do and here we are, so I’m tickled to death.”
Key notes: Hedgecock’s previous Iron-Man Series triumphs came May 25 at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn., and in 2018 at Volunteer; he’s the tour’s first repeat winner of the season. … Eighteen of the 22 starters finished the race, with 14 completing 40 laps. … Second-starting Jensen Ford of Piney Flats, Tenn., faded to 10th. … It was the second night of a weekend doubleheader for the series; Jason Trammell of Knoxville, Tenn., won Friday’s race at Tazewell (Tenn.) Speedway.
On the move: Logan Roberson started 13th and finished sixth; David Crabtree started 16th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Hedgecock’s Rocket Chassis is powered by an Eagle Racing Engine and sponsored by E-Z-Go, VooDoo Technology, Valley Transport, Pace Performance, K&P Used Cars, Five Star Hyundai, Eagle Racing Engines, Boydbilt Fabrication and Timeless Memories Photography.
Points chase: Heading into the weekend, Ryan King (218 points) of Seymour, Tenn., led Michael Chilton (208), David Payne (201), Pearson Williams (181) and Jake Knowles (180).
Car count: 23
Fast qualifier: Cory Hedgecock
Time: 13.177 seconds
Polesitter: Cory Hedgecock
Next series race: August 8, Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, TN) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hedgecock, Ford
Row 2: King, Strickler
Row 3: Chilton, Knuckles
Row 4: McIntosh, Wolfenbarger
Row 5: Payne, Hill
Row 6: Moses, McCarter
Row 7: Roberson, Hindman
Row 8: Coghlan, Crabtree
Row 9: Carver, Williams
Row 10: Knowles, Giffin
Row 11: Standridge, Helton
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