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1 day ago

Andy Seuss

I’ve been fortunate to be featured in a number of great publications, but there’s just something special about being honored where you came from. Thank you Pinkerton Academy for taking the time and interest to see what I’ve been up to. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

So much to be thankful for this year I wouldn’t know where to start.

Thankful for everyone of my supporters on here!

Happy Thanksgiving!
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3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Had a pretty cool surprise at the shop today, Jayden Kristofer Dole stopped by. Not only did he ask for my signature on a diecast he had custom made of my Rick Ware Racing #51 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but he also brought me one of my own. Pretty cool to have his and his family’s support for so long! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Good thing we don’t race trailers.

#opentrailermafia #trailersdontwinraces #nascar #xfinity Our Motorsports #allthemoneygoesintothecars
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3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

In the past few days it’s been incredible to see the polarized views on racing, how to do it, what to appreciate.

But I am pleasantly surprised by the out pouring support by fans and competitors that appreciate racing done the right way, by competitors that take pride on competing on a level playing field.
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4 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

From 23rd to 1st.

I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of support when we were declared the 2019 North South Shootout Champions. When Eddie Harvey threw the band back together (the 2014 and 2015 Championship team) we showed just how strong a group we had by never skipping a beat. Big thanks to Eddie and Doug Dunleavy for choosing me to fill in for Woody Pitkat, when I know you could have had any driver in the pits. I can’t say enough about the crew that has supported me so long, and always giving 100%.

Thank you Jim and Carlton Verge for your years of Support. Thank you Dunleavy Truck and Trailer Repair, Vestal Buick GMC, Gunsmoke Stables, Towboat U.S. LFR Chassis, Robert Yates Racing Engines, 1st Choice Auto, Newman Lawnmower, Rockingham Boat, Racing Electronics, Joie Of Seating, Leaf Racewear, and everyone that made this race happen.

Thank you to the Hackett family for keeping this race alive, and solidifying its integrity by making the tough, appropriate decisions. Thank you to all the tech officials for giving us a fair even playing field.

A lot of words have been thrown around the last few days.

Integrity, Class, Respect, Admiration, to name a few.

If you need a face to match up with those words, you can pick anyone in this picture. In the decade I’ve known this group, they have proven that every day.

And lastly, I’d like to thank the fans. I grew an even bigger love for our supporters that have shown on social media that they too admire competitors that strive to do it right, accept defeat when we are beaten fairly, and celebrate knowing we did it the right way.

23rd to first, overcoming a flat tire. Holding off one of the best teams in modifieds right now, Jon Mckennedy and Tommy Baldwin as well as Andy Jankowiak and Tom McGrath. Unfortunately we got robbed of getting the story of our race publicized. But it was a great day. With a great group of people. Congratulations to all my guys. You deserved a better celebration at the track, we’ll just have to get together and do it again soon!
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

The Boys Are Back In Town
Seuss & His Championship Teams Pick Up Where They Left Off At The North South Shootout

November 9, 2019 (Newton, NC) – Andy Seuss and Eddie Harvey Racing held a reunion for the members of their racing family this past Saturday at the Hickory Motor Speedway. Despite two years apart it didn’t take long for the group to pick up where they left off. The team rolled their tour-type modified off the truck, set some of the fastest times in practice, overcome a 22nd starting position and a cut tire to put together an impressive run to a second-place finish.

We hope you enjoy the images of Andy Seuss and the Eddie Harvey Racing No. X1 Dunleavy’s Truck & Trailer Repair, Vestal Buick GMC, Racing Electronics, Leaf Racewear, Tow Boat U.S., Gun Smoke Stables Racing, Robert Yates Powered LFR Chassis Chevrolet Team’s 2nd place finish in the 17th Annual North South Shootout at the Hickory Motor Speedway in Newton, NC – Saturday, November 9, 2019. (Text - DoS PR, Photos – Disciples of Speed Images)
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

I can’t put into words how grateful I am to all the veterans that have sacrificed for our freedom, but President Reagan does as good a job possible.

I wake up everyday thankful that I was born into the greatest nation in the world. And it is because of those that selflessly provided this freedom that it is the greatest nation.

We can’t say it enough, and one day is 364 days short of how often we should say it.

Thank you. Happy Veterans Day.
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

The boys are back in town 🎶

An action shot from the teams pit stop, last night at Hickory Motor Speedway. Came up one spot short of victory, but we sure did have fun!

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

A second place at Hickory Motor Speedway!

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

It’s race time! Follow along on Twitter (AndySeuss) for live updates!

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Meeting of the minds here at Hickory Motor Speedway. Late models are on the track now, one feature between them and the modifieds.

DoSPR
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Rolling off P23 for tomorrow’s North South Shootout🏁

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

I can’t believe how many times in my career I’ve been able to say the words “it’s a dream come true”.

At the beginning the dream was just to race at Star Speedway. My parents brought me there as a kid and I instantly fell in love with the sport.

Then it was a dream to win.

Then it was a dream to travel to new tracks.

It was a dream to drive for famous teams like Riggs Racing, and Eddie Harvey.

It was a dream to drive at places like Bristol, Martinsville, Charlotte. And then, Daytona.

It was a dream to win big races like The North South Shootout.

It was a dream to win. NASCAR Touring Series Championship.

And then, the biggest. To race in the highest form of stock car racing, in my home state.

And now, another endeavor, an opportunity that is a challenge, an honor, and again, a dream come true.

In 2020 Our Motorsports will enter the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Chris Our is a successful businessman, whether it’s construction, commercial fishing, trucking, or racing. So to have his faith of not only piloting his cars, but to lead his race team for the last 4 years has been an honor of a life time, a dream come true.

We’ve got an incredible crew of great guys. They not only are smart, and hard working, they are dedicated. Guys from NC in the shop, and ones from all over that come to the track. A dream come true.

It will be a huge undertaking. A lot of sacrifice, a lot of work. The ONLY. Way I could do this is because of the incredible support system that’s continued to support me, work beside me, and sacrifice for me. From my parents first sacrifice of buying a go kart to race, my wife’s sacrifice of of keeping me motivated all while running a home with two kids by herself a lot of the time. My sisters help, my friends traveling to help me in any way they can, the fans, supporters, and anyone with a kind word. Thank you. Having your support, is a dream come true.

Andy
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Today, the Our Motorsports team is making a huge leap in the levels of NASCAR. Watch today's announcement LIVE from the NASCAR Hall of Fame, featuring driver Andy Seuss, team owner Chris Our, and event emcee Derek Pernesiglio. #NASCARXfinity #NamesAreMadeHere #ItsOurTime

What are your thoughts about this exciting time for everyone?!
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Join us LIVE at 10:30 from The NASCAR Hall of Fame for an exciting announcement! ... See MoreSee Less

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FACEBOOK FEED

1 day ago

Andy Seuss

I’ve been fortunate to be featured in a number of great publications, but there’s just something special about being honored where you came from. Thank you Pinkerton Academy for taking the time and interest to see what I’ve been up to. ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

So much to be thankful for this year I wouldn’t know where to start.

Thankful for everyone of my supporters on here!

Happy Thanksgiving!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Had a pretty cool surprise at the shop today, Jayden Kristofer Dole stopped by. Not only did he ask for my signature on a diecast he had custom made of my Rick Ware Racing #51 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but he also brought me one of my own. Pretty cool to have his and his family’s support for so long! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

But really. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Good thing we don’t race trailers.

#opentrailermafia #trailersdontwinraces #nascar #xfinity Our Motorsports #allthemoneygoesintothecars
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3 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

In the past few days it’s been incredible to see the polarized views on racing, how to do it, what to appreciate.

But I am pleasantly surprised by the out pouring support by fans and competitors that appreciate racing done the right way, by competitors that take pride on competing on a level playing field.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

4 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

From 23rd to 1st.

I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of support when we were declared the 2019 North South Shootout Champions. When Eddie Harvey threw the band back together (the 2014 and 2015 Championship team) we showed just how strong a group we had by never skipping a beat. Big thanks to Eddie and Doug Dunleavy for choosing me to fill in for Woody Pitkat, when I know you could have had any driver in the pits. I can’t say enough about the crew that has supported me so long, and always giving 100%.

Thank you Jim and Carlton Verge for your years of Support. Thank you Dunleavy Truck and Trailer Repair, Vestal Buick GMC, Gunsmoke Stables, Towboat U.S. LFR Chassis, Robert Yates Racing Engines, 1st Choice Auto, Newman Lawnmower, Rockingham Boat, Racing Electronics, Joie Of Seating, Leaf Racewear, and everyone that made this race happen.

Thank you to the Hackett family for keeping this race alive, and solidifying its integrity by making the tough, appropriate decisions. Thank you to all the tech officials for giving us a fair even playing field.

A lot of words have been thrown around the last few days.

Integrity, Class, Respect, Admiration, to name a few.

If you need a face to match up with those words, you can pick anyone in this picture. In the decade I’ve known this group, they have proven that every day.

And lastly, I’d like to thank the fans. I grew an even bigger love for our supporters that have shown on social media that they too admire competitors that strive to do it right, accept defeat when we are beaten fairly, and celebrate knowing we did it the right way.

23rd to first, overcoming a flat tire. Holding off one of the best teams in modifieds right now, Jon Mckennedy and Tommy Baldwin as well as Andy Jankowiak and Tom McGrath. Unfortunately we got robbed of getting the story of our race publicized. But it was a great day. With a great group of people. Congratulations to all my guys. You deserved a better celebration at the track, we’ll just have to get together and do it again soon!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 month ago

Andy Seuss

The Boys Are Back In Town
Seuss & His Championship Teams Pick Up Where They Left Off At The North South Shootout

November 9, 2019 (Newton, NC) – Andy Seuss and Eddie Harvey Racing held a reunion for the members of their racing family this past Saturday at the Hickory Motor Speedway. Despite two years apart it didn’t take long for the group to pick up where they left off. The team rolled their tour-type modified off the truck, set some of the fastest times in practice, overcome a 22nd starting position and a cut tire to put together an impressive run to a second-place finish.

We hope you enjoy the images of Andy Seuss and the Eddie Harvey Racing No. X1 Dunleavy’s Truck & Trailer Repair, Vestal Buick GMC, Racing Electronics, Leaf Racewear, Tow Boat U.S., Gun Smoke Stables Racing, Robert Yates Powered LFR Chassis Chevrolet Team’s 2nd place finish in the 17th Annual North South Shootout at the Hickory Motor Speedway in Newton, NC – Saturday, November 9, 2019. (Text - DoS PR, Photos – Disciples of Speed Images)
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

I can’t put into words how grateful I am to all the veterans that have sacrificed for our freedom, but President Reagan does as good a job possible.

I wake up everyday thankful that I was born into the greatest nation in the world. And it is because of those that selflessly provided this freedom that it is the greatest nation.

We can’t say it enough, and one day is 364 days short of how often we should say it.

Thank you. Happy Veterans Day.
... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

The boys are back in town 🎶

An action shot from the teams pit stop, last night at Hickory Motor Speedway. Came up one spot short of victory, but we sure did have fun!

DoS PR
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 month ago

Andy Seuss

A second place at Hickory Motor Speedway!

DoSPR
... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

It’s race time! Follow along on Twitter (AndySeuss) for live updates!

DoS PR
... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Meeting of the minds here at Hickory Motor Speedway. Late models are on the track now, one feature between them and the modifieds.

DoSPR
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Rolling off P23 for tomorrow’s North South Shootout🏁

DoSPR
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Qualifying is set to roll out here at Hickory Motor Speedway ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

I can’t believe how many times in my career I’ve been able to say the words “it’s a dream come true”.

At the beginning the dream was just to race at Star Speedway. My parents brought me there as a kid and I instantly fell in love with the sport.

Then it was a dream to win.

Then it was a dream to travel to new tracks.

It was a dream to drive for famous teams like Riggs Racing, and Eddie Harvey.

It was a dream to drive at places like Bristol, Martinsville, Charlotte. And then, Daytona.

It was a dream to win big races like The North South Shootout.

It was a dream to win. NASCAR Touring Series Championship.

And then, the biggest. To race in the highest form of stock car racing, in my home state.

And now, another endeavor, an opportunity that is a challenge, an honor, and again, a dream come true.

In 2020 Our Motorsports will enter the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Chris Our is a successful businessman, whether it’s construction, commercial fishing, trucking, or racing. So to have his faith of not only piloting his cars, but to lead his race team for the last 4 years has been an honor of a life time, a dream come true.

We’ve got an incredible crew of great guys. They not only are smart, and hard working, they are dedicated. Guys from NC in the shop, and ones from all over that come to the track. A dream come true.

It will be a huge undertaking. A lot of sacrifice, a lot of work. The ONLY. Way I could do this is because of the incredible support system that’s continued to support me, work beside me, and sacrifice for me. From my parents first sacrifice of buying a go kart to race, my wife’s sacrifice of of keeping me motivated all while running a home with two kids by herself a lot of the time. My sisters help, my friends traveling to help me in any way they can, the fans, supporters, and anyone with a kind word. Thank you. Having your support, is a dream come true.

Andy
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Today, the Our Motorsports team is making a huge leap in the levels of NASCAR. Watch today's announcement LIVE from the NASCAR Hall of Fame, featuring driver Andy Seuss, team owner Chris Our, and event emcee Derek Pernesiglio. #NASCARXfinity #NamesAreMadeHere #ItsOurTime

What are your thoughts about this exciting time for everyone?!
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Join us LIVE at 10:30 from The NASCAR Hall of Fame for an exciting announcement! ... See MoreSee Less

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All About Andy

Andy Seuss, a native of Hampstead, New Hampshire, is a hard-nosed driver with a veteran’s resume. From the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to the ARCA Menards Series, Seuss in no stranger to success.