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Andy Seuss Wins Fourth Consecutive NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Race at Caraway Speedway

July 5th, 2014 at 1:44 AM
By Mark Eddinger

On Friday night the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour was back in action on the Fourth of July for their first race since April 12th and when the Daggett Shuler Attorneys At Law 150 at Caraway Speedway ended it was Andy Seuss winning for the fourth consecutive time at the 0.455 mile track dating back to 2013. For Seuss it was his third win in the five races so far this season and the second for him at Caraway Speedway in 2014.

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Overall Seuss now has 10 career wins at Caraway and 18 total wins in the Southern Modified Tour. He started from the pole Friday night and led all 150 laps en route the the victory.

Danny Bohn challenged Seuss early in the race and then defending Tour champion George Brunnhoelzl III pressured Seuss late but Seuss held the bottom lane and ended up winning by 0.802 seconds over Brunnhoelzl. JR Bertuccio finished third with Bohn in fourth. Kyle Ebersole rounded out the top five.

Finishing in sixth was Gary Putnam with Jason Myers seventh, Bryan Dauzat eighth, and rookie Spencer Davis was the final lead lap car in ninth. Rounding out the top 10 was David Calabrese.

The race had five total cautions for a total of 21 laps. Other notables in the 19 car field were Luke Fleming in 13th one lap down and Burt Myers in 17th after retiring with electrical issues after 72 laps.

Andy Seuss leads the points after five races by 11 points over George Brunnhoelzl III. JR Bertuccio is 26 points back in third, Luke Fleming is 42 back in fourth, and Burt Myers is 45 back in fifth.

The next race on the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour schedule is the 199 at Bowman Gray Stadium on Saturday, August 2nd.

Tags: Andy Seuss, Burt Myers, Caraway Speedway, Danny Bohn, David Calabrese, Gary Putnam, George Brunnhoelzl III, Jason Myers, JR Bertuccio, Kyle Ebersole, Luke Fleming, Motorsports, NASCAR

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