Tough Day for Seuss at South Boston
Andy Seuss battled a handlful of issues Saturday in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour South Boston 150. After qualifying seventh, the New Hampshire driver found an issue with his No. 11 machine and after fixing it, started at the rear of the field.
Seuss worked his way into the top 10, but then had window net issues, which forced unscheduled pit stops. The 29-year-old driver fought back for a 10th-place finish and still sits second in NWSMT points with two events remaining.
"It was a tough race to swallow," said Seuss. "Was up to seventh when the window net fell, I got the front secured, but was black flagged for it 30 laps later. I had to fix it under green, went down two laps, made one lap up under green, but never got the caution we needed. It was a frustrating race with a fast car."
Next up for Seuss is a trip to Caraway Speedway on Saturday, September 24. He enters the penultimate race of the season 19 points out of the NWSMT championship lead.
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