New Hampshire Driver Becomes First 3-Time Winner
Myrtle Beach, SC — After a couple of tough luck races Andy Seuss finally has a reason to celebrate.
Seuss was able to get past Rich Kuiken Jr. on Lap 122 and held on to win the Myrtle Beach 150 Saturday night at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Seuss, who started on the pole after the redraw, fell back early in the race as his strategy was to save his tires as much as possible.
The Hampstead, N.H. driver, who last took the checkered flag at Lanier (Ga.) Speedway in April, crossed the finish line ahead of George Brunnhoelzl III. Buddy Emory finished third for his first podium finish of the season. L.W. Miller was fourth and Gene Pack fifth.
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