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October 31, 2020 - Topless Outlaw triumph at Boyd's lifts Hedgecock's 2020 win tally to 11
Friday night saw Cory Hedgecock claim his fifth Topless Outlaws Dirt Late Model Series win of the season. It was the eleventh overall triumph of 2020 for the chauffer of the E-Z-GO No. 23 Pace Performance/ Budget Transmissions/ Rocket Chassis/ Eagle Racing Engine Late Model.

“It’s great to be back in Victory Lane at Boyd’s,” Hedgecock said. “It was a good night. We had a fast car, was able to get the lead early and never looked back. As always, a big thanks goes out to all of my family, crew, fans, and sponsors for their relentless support.”

Cory Hedgecock invaded Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. Friday night for the first of two Topless Outlaws Dirt Late Model Series events over the weekend. Topping the 26-car field in time trials, Hedgecock locked into the second-starting position for the main event.

Zooming past polesitter Chase King on the fourth lap, Cory led the remaining distance of the 40-lapper to secure his 11th victory of the season and fifth Topless Outlaws triumph of 2020. Finishing ahead of Chase King, Randy Weaver, Ronnie Johnson, and Jadon Frame, Hedgecock pocketed $2,500.

The following night at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn. for the Halloween Spooktacular, Hedgecock laid down the third fastest time in his group, which positioned him fifth on the starting grid for the $5,100-to-win A-Main.

Challenging race-long pacesetter Randy Weaver late in the 51-lap affair, Cory came up short to place second behind Weaver. Chase King, Ronnie Johnson, and Kenny Collins rounded out the Top-5.

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October 25, 2020 - Hedgecock falls short in Powell Memorial at All-Tech
On Friday afternoon Cory Hedgecock made the trip to All-Tech Raceway (Lake City, Fla.) to take part in the 25th annual Powell Memorial. Drawing a stout field of 70 Late Models for the two-day event, Hedgecock secured his spot into the main event on Saturday night with a 10-lap heat race victory.

After Mother Nature shifted the $25,000-to-win finale to Sunday afternoon, Cory was up to second early and began challenging race-leader Mark Whitener by lap 25. Making an attempt to nose ahead of Whitener on the high-side following a lap-48 restart, Hedgecock made contact with the wall that saw him retire from competition. He was credited with an 17th place outing.

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October 17, 2020 - Cory Hedgecock snags 10th win with ACAS at Smoky Mountain
Cory Hedgecock tallied his tenth win of the season Friday night at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn.

Driving the E-Z-GO No. 23 Pace Performance/ Budget Transmissions/ Rocket Chassis/ Eagle Racing Engine Late Model, Hedgecock led all 30 laps of the Topless Outlaw Series feature to earn a $3,000 payday.

“Our Topless Outlaw entry was flawless on Friday night. I wish we’d had some more success in the other classes but that’s racing, we’ll live to fight another day,” commented Hedgecock. “Hopefully the weather holds out for this weekend’s big event at All-Tech, I’m looking forward to redemption.”

Cory topped the 23-car field in time trials, which positioned him on the pole for the main event. Blasting into the lead on the opening lap, Hedgecock led wire-to-wire to secure his fourth Topless Outlaw Series win of the season. Cory took the checkers by more than five seconds ahead of Chase King, Kyle Courtney, John Ownbey, and Austin Neely. (Michael Moats photo)

With 34 Southern All-Star Racing Series entries on hand, Hedgecock locked his spot into the opening night feature with the fourth fastest time in his qualifying group. Rolling off seventh, Cory cut a left-rear tire on the opening lap that brought an early end to his evening.

In a stout field of 45 American Crate All-Star Series (ACAS) entries, Hedgecock locked his spot into the main event with a heat race victory. With $2,000 on the line, Cory broke into a podium spot early and was challenging for the win when mechanical issues struck on lap 28, dropping him back to 19th when the checkered flag flew.

On Saturday night for the $7,000-to-win, Southern All-Star Racing Series season-finale, Cory posted a third place finish in his heat, which positioned him ninth on the starting grid for the main event. Running into trouble early, Hedgecock was an early retiree from the 50-lapper on lap 21.

Following the 15th fastest time in a field of 34 ACAS entries on Saturday, Hedgecock jumped up one spot in his heat race to place second behind Jake Teague. Starting the $3,000-to-win A-Main in 12th, Cory faded one spot to finish 13th.

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October 3, 2020 - Hedgecock lands fourth place finish with World of Outlaws at 411
Saturday night found Cory Hedgecock in action at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) for the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series sanctioned event. In a field of 36 cars, Cory followed up the fifth fastest time in his qualifying group with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Chris Madden. Starting the $10,000-to-win A-Main in seventh, Hedgecock clawed forward three spots in the 50-lap affair to register a fourth place finish behind Chris Madden, Ricky Weiss, and Brandon Sheppard with Ross Bailes coming in fifth. (Michael Moats photo)

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