HAMPTON, Va. – George Brunnhoelzl III added another track to his résumé, claiming the Courtyard by Marriott/Pepsi 150 Saturday night at Langley Speedway.
It is the 11th different track the four-time NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion has won at.
Brunnhoelzl led the final 67 laps after passing points leader Andy Seuss, and survived a green-white-checkered finish for his first win of the season. Twice in the previous three races this year, Brunnhoelzl finished second to Seuss.
It also extended Brunnhoelzl’s tour record for career wins to 21.
Seuss came home second and David Calabrese was third. Luke Fleming and Ryan Preece rounded out the top five.
Seuss took the lead on lap 62 from Preece, who won the Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day.
Burt Myers was sixth, followed by rookies Bobby Measmer Jr. and Joe Ryan Osborne, Jason Myers and Gary Putnam.
George Brunnhoelzl III, Andy Seuss, David Calabrese, Luke Fleming, Ryan Preece, Burt Myers, Bobby Measmer Jr., Joe Ryan Osborne, Jason Myers, Gary Putnam, Spencer Davis, J.R. Bertuccio, Mike Norman, Thomas Stinson, Danny Bohn, Brian Loftin.