Andy Seuss Heading To Thompson Sunoco World Series 150 With Brady Bunch Racing

(Press Release from Brady Bunch Racing)

Andy Seuss (Photo Adam Glanzman/NASCAR)

Two- time NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Champion, Andy Seuss to partner with Brady Bunch Racing this weekend to compete in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event during the World Series at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. This will be second start of the season for the duo having earned a sixth place finish in the SMRS race at Concord Speedway in Concord, NC in April.

“It was an honor to be asked to drive for Brady Bunch racing the first time at Concord, so it even more of an honor to be asked to come back.” Seuss said of the chance to race with Crew Chief Scott Anderson and the rest of the team again. “The World Series is a race I always want to be a part of and I’m excited to see what we can do together. I feel we have some unfinished business from Concord.”

Their participation in this event is made possible in part by sponsorship from Bryan Dauzat from O.B. Builders, Concord, NC and Copeland Toyota and Chevrolet of Brockton, Mass.
“The opportunity to race with Andy at the World Series presented itself and we are happy everything came together,” team owner Brian Brady confirmed. “We raced with Andy earlier this year at a non tour race and he did a great job for us. We are really looking forward to doing a tour race with him.”

Follow Seuss and Brady Bunch Racing at Thompson either in person or through updates on the NASCAR Home Tracks site.

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  1. Fast eddie says:

    Wonder what happened to McKennedy? Maybe he’s focusing on the ISMA championship.

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