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Eddy DHSTS Tidbits – Joins Hedgecock Racing, Asks Fans to Help Decide Scheme

Brad Eddy is down south preparing for his run at next week’s Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown (April 24th) and has recently formed a new alliance with Hedgecock Racing. The team issued this statement as an update below:

“I am excited to announce that I will be driving a house car for Hedgecock Racing who is one of the winningest car builders in the Southern United States” says Eddy who will pilot the familiar number 72 with support from Denver Foran Racing, Quinn’s Flooring, Danas Collision Center and King Freight Lines.

About Hedgecock Racing:

Hedgecock Racing Enterprises is a leader in the stock car manufacturing located in High Point, North Carolina.  They have been in business over 30 years designing and building of stock cars and restoration of old American cars.

Hedgecock Racing Enterprises was founded by stock car industry veteran, Jay Hedgecock.  Jay started this fabrication business in a small Quonset hut located on his parent’s property in 1983 in High Point, NC.  After beginning his career building and racing his own race cars, Jay worked his way up to Winston Cup using equipment and race cars that he and his crew built themselves. Through this process, Jay developed a reputation for building great race cars and other drivers and team owners started coming to him for their race car fabrication needs. Hedgecock Racing Enterprises built race cars for many famous NASCAR drivers such as; Richard Petty, Dale Earnhart, Sr., Jeff Burton, Kevin Harvick, and Mark Martin’s son, Matt Martin. Today, Hedgecock Racing Enterprises’ 13,500 square foot facility is located on the same property catering to the local short track drivers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

The team also posted on their social media outlets this morning the markups of three paint schemes the team is currently looking at for the car that will run a week from today at South Boston Speedway. We have that picture below – if you want to weigh in, click this link, which will direct you to the Brad Eddy Racing Facebook page, and give them your thoughts on which scheme you like!


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