Shouse three-peats in Sprint Series of Oklahoma

Andy Shouse raced to a third straight Oklahoma Sprint Series championship this season. (Photo by Joe Orth)

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – A fast start and consistency throughout the season combined to make Andy Shouse champion of the Sprint Series of Oklahoma for the third consecutive year.

Shouse collected top four finishes in the first four IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car tour events before winning at Red Dirt Raceway on April 27.

His second series win came July 14 at Southern Oklahoma Speedway.

“We’ve been at this a long time and usually have the car right,” said Shouse, from Oklahoma City, Okla., and IMCA’s national champion in 2016. “We have a lot of new drivers coming up – the Okla­homa area is one of the tougher RaceSaver areas – so any win is a good one.” 

“The third (series) championship is just as good as the first one,” he added. “Winning a point champion­ship isn’t just being at every race. It’s a reward for consistency and we had a lot of good runs.” 

Squaring off with familiar competition that included eventual race winner and 2018 national cham­pion Kevin Ramey, Shouse duked it out with the best during the RaceSaver Nationals in Septem­ber.

“Winning the (Jake Ita Memorial) Race of Champions at Eagle Raceway was special,” he said. “You knew the cream of the crop was there and all starting together.” 

Wins-2                    Top Five Finishes-8           Starts-14

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