NWSMT PRACTICE: Seuss Brings Momentum To SNMP

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March 15, 2014 — By John Tejada, NASCAR — Getty Images for NASCAR — KENLY, N.C. – The brisk North Carolina weather had done nothing to cool off Andy Seuss.

The Hampstead, N.H., native topped the speed charts in final practice for the for the Southern National 150 at  Southern National Motorsports Park on Saturday with a fast lap of 14.692 seconds (98.013 mph). George Brunnhoelzl III was second quickest in final practice at 14.740 seconds (97.693 mph), followed by Brian Loftin at 14.755 seconds (97.594 mph), Burt Myers at 14.763 seconds (97.541 mph) and J.R. Bertuccio at 14.782 seconds (97.416 mph).

Rookie Spencer Davis, Danny Bohn, Luke Fleming, Joe Ryan Osborne and Kyle Ebersole rounded out the top 10.

Qualifying for the Southern National 150 is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ET. Seuss will try and make it two pole awards in a row as he looks for a second victory to start the season and a second consecutive victory at Southern National Motorsports Park, where he won on Oct. 5, 2013.

Green flag for the Southern National 150 is set to fly at approximately 6:15 p.m. ET.

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