Archive for September 8th, 2009

Andy Seuss Isn’t Too “Tired” to Win Down South

New Hampshire Driver Takes Down WSMT Victory at Myrtle Beach

Hampstead, NH — It’s been a busy few weeks for Andy Seuss. The New Hampshire driver has spent the last two weeks racing at Thompson International Speedway in Connecticut on Thursday nights and then at tracks in the Carolinas on Saturday nights – all while balancing a full-time job at the family business, Rockingham Boat, and turning wrenches on the #70 Modified that he drives up North.

Yet while Seuss might be feeling a little bit rundown at this point, that is nothing compared to how worn out his tires were feeling during the running of Saturday night’s NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour race at Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC). The track’s abrasive surface was wearing out fresh rubber in just a matter of laps, so Seuss put his tire management skills to work and came away from the event as its victor with his #47 Advance Auto Parts Modified fielded by Riggs Racing.
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Woody Pitkat Starts Labor Day Weekend off Right with Three Top-Five Finishes

Connecticut Racer Brings Home Solid Finishes in Four Races in Two Days

Concord, NC — Woody Pitkat had a full plate of racing action this weekend, as he competed in four events in only two days heading into Labor Day weekend. Pitkat traveled to Thompson International Speedway (CT) on Thursday to grab second place in the Sunoco Modified Series and a 21st-place finish in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (NWMT) event. Then, Pitkat and his team migrated to Stafford Motor Speedway (CT) for the SK Modified race, where they were able to capture the win, and the late model stock feature, in which he brought home a solid top-five run by finishing 5th.

Pitkat’s first stop of the weekend was the Sunoco Modified race at Thompson, where his runner-up finish earned him enough points to tie for the points lead with Keith Rocco.
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