1 week ago

Andy Seuss

One week ago people stopping by the shop didn’t think we’d even get the car ready in time for Loudon. Without our group of dedicated crew, they are right. Another huge contributing factor was the service provided by Tommy and Dawn Strupp’s TDS Performance Products. Not just great deals on great parts, but they come to the shop to see what we needed, and hand delivered them saving us the time we needed to get the car done. Thank you so much for the amazing service and support! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

P6 finish at New Hampshire Motor Speedway! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

ITS RACE DAY 🏁
Good luck Andy and team!
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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

I can’t begin to tell everyone how much this means to me. Everything about it. New Hampshire Motor Soeedway. My family number 70. Longest distance modified race we run. And after the last few months, I get emotional thinking about it. There are so many people that made this weekend happen.

My family for all their support, always believing in me, picking me up when I’m down, and sacrificing for something they know is important to me. Giving me the best car we’ve ever had in our stable. For our little team to compete at this level is simply incredible.

Thank you to everyone that dedicated time to this car. So many people pitched in, traveled to the shop, stayed late. None of this would be possible without the amazing people supporting us.

Thank you to Rockingham Boat, TDS Racing Supply, The Verge Family, Alexandra Hair studio, The Verge Family. KDW Landscaping, Beard Drain and Sewer, The Blynns, Candy, Alice, Roger, Racing Electronics, LFR, Robert Yates Racing Engines, Leaf Raceware, and the list goes on and on.

Thank you so much. This is a dream come true. I didn’t know how much I needed this.
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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Proud to have TDS on the car. Not just a great supporter but supplier of so many part that helped us get the pole today! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Congratulations Andy 🏁
Rolling off p1 for tomorrow’s #musket200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

📷 NASCAR Roots
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2 weeks ago

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Starting p1 for tomorrow’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Not only does the new car look great, she’s fast too!
Andy finished practice P2 on the board!
Qualifying is up next, at 4pm. 🏁
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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

🤤🤤 And there she is!

Andy is rolling out for practice now at New Hampshire Motor Speedway!
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2 weeks ago

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The #70 got a fresh new look for New Hampshire Motor Speedway😍

Shout out to Timmy Solomito and Natural Design Concepts! 🏁
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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

2020 has had its fair share of struggles, for all. We’ve all had our tricks to handling our struggles, and going home just might do the trick for Andy Seuss.

The New Hampshire native will climb back into the seat of his family owned, Rockingham Boat, #70 Whelen Modified.

“After the roller coaster that 2020 has been, I’m really looking forward to going home and racing for the love of it, with a great group of guys.” said Seuss.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 12, for the #Musket200.

Seuss mentions he appreciates everyone’s efforts to getting him back to his roots. “A lot of supporters rallied together to support me. This race would not be possible without their help.”
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2 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

Proud is what you say about where you're from.
Heroes are daddies, and mamas are love.
The right is right and wrong is wrong.
Yeah, we're doin' things a little different 'round here.
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3 weeks ago

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Peyton Seuss. Coming to a track near you. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Andy Seuss

I’m just as interested as you to see how this turns out. After 3 hours of never finishing a story because we got distracted by another story, they tell me they need to fit it into an hour show! Good thing the batteries ran out, because we’d still be bench racing!Well, it was a sh*t-show, but we made it work! Episode 2 of Beers With Brannon premieres TONIGHT at 6 PM EST on YouTube. Get ready! 🍻

Host: Brannon Earnest
Guest: Andy Seuss
🎥: 9D Creative

Partners:
Hyperco
Alexandra Hair Studio
Designer Wraps
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1 month ago

Andy Seuss

Pumped to be bench racing with Brannon Earnest on his new podcast, Beers with Brannon. If you want some honest opinions on topics you’ve been curious about, go by the Earnest Performance page and let us know what’s on your mind.SAY WHAT!?

Hyperco is GIVING AWAY springs to whoever asks us the BEST question on episode 2 of Beers With Brannon! Send us your questions below, or send us a message!

Host: Brannon Earnest
Episode 2 Guest: Andy Seuss
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2 months ago

Andy Seuss

Some things never change.This is what the inside of a racers truck should look like. Can everybody spot the racing parts and tools in this truck? Put what you see in the comments.

I'll start.

#dunksicecoffee
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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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‪Tune into SiriusXM NASCAR Radio at 4pm, as Andy joins Dave Moody to discuss his recent departure from Our Motorsports. ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Andy Seuss

After 5 years of hard work and dedication, I have left Our Motorsports.

What started as a casual acquaintanceship with Chris Our at the modified races, and admiration for his 1st class operation, later became a friendship when learning we had one big thing in common. A desire for racing’s biggest stages and highest levels. In particular, Daytona.

In 2015 I went to Daytona to attempt the ARCA race for Bryan Dauzat and Brother in Law Motorsports. Chris and Our Motorsports also attempted the race with their driver at the time, Tommy Barrett. Neither of us made the race, a very humbling experience.

After keeping in touch with Chris, he was selling all his racing equipment at the end of that season. I contacted Chris to purchase the car that they failed to qualify with. I felt it had potential and I had not given up on my Daytona dream. After a lengthy phone call to purchase the car, we decided to team up and give this a shot together.

My parents picked the car up out of a storage container. We got an engine 3 days before our first event. With a volunteer crew of mostly my modified crew member, we went to Talladega in my fathers modified trailer with all modified equipment. Fingers crossed.

10th in practice. Maybe a fluke.
10th in qualifying. Maybe we’re onto something?
More importantly, we’re in the show.
Before halfway we were up to 3rd.

Coming to pit road, our rear brake rotors failed. Lesson learned. But statement made.

Over the next 5 years most of you have followed the amazing journey. Late nights, small boat shop, open trailers, volunteer crew. We grew to a 2 car team at multiple events, attracted drivers, and sponsors, all wanting to be a part of what we were building.

Highlighted by contending for the win, and a 2nd place finish at Talladega, life was good, and people were noticing.

Late last year Chris made the decision to make a big step to the NASCAR Xfinity Series. A press conference was held at the Nascar Hall of Fame. Where it was announced that I and possibly other drivers would be in the seat. Also it was announced that I would be running the team as general manager. My family was there. My friends were there. My team was there. It was absolutely surreal.

2020 started out amazing. After failing to Qualify in 2016, the Our Motorsports boys put the 02 on the front row for the Daytona ARCA race. Outside pole at the world center of speed. Things came full circle from that February day in 2016. It was an amazing feeling that I cherished sharing with my team. An amazing group of dedicated teammates.

Somewhere between then and now, things began to change. The morals and standards for our amazing little team got skewed. I struggled with witnessing it, until I simply could not be a part of it any more. I hate that it came to this, I hate the timing, I hate walking away from 5 years of hard work and dedication, but it is not something I can put my name on any more.

Through 17 races as a new, young Xfinity team, we were able to score 4 top 10s including one top 5. Something I’m quite proud of. We wouldn’t have been able to do so without the dedication and hard work from the guys in the shop. Learning quickly, we were able to put competitive, reliable racecars on the track. I know leaving, that the team is capable of keeping the great finishes going with the hard work that has been put in place for the foundation of the team.

I want to thank everyone that contributed to the last 5 years. There absolutely no way I could fit every name on here that helped and supported this team. Whether it be at the race track, in the shop, building the new shop, on social media, with equipment or just a kind word. With 99% of it being volunteers who took time out of their lives. I cannot thank you enough. It will never go unnoticed or unappreciated.

I do not know what the next step is for me. I love racecars. I love racing. I love being at the racetrack. I love the competition. I love being dedicated. I love working longer and harder to beat the competition. But mostly I love the bond of a team that will do anything for each other.

From a single Arca car on an open trailer in a small boat shop next to my house, to full time Xfinity team. It’s been one heck of a ride.

For everyone that followed along this amazing journey, from up close or far away, Thank you.
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This kept the chills coming over and over and over!! Thanks @BMSupdates for keeping this tradition going strong. #ProudToBeAnAmerican #GodBlessTheUSA #ItsBristolBaby https://t.co/vfVuSjykxm

“You’re off to great places, today is your day. Your mountain is waiting, so get on
your way.”

@AndySeuss @KRFOfficial
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[QUALIFYING] Andy Seuss Powers To @mayhewtools Dominator Pole Award At New Hampshire

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🔢 -> https://t.co/ZuTBr7ZdaZ

#NWMT | @NHMS

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