Scott Andrews has now claimed a record number of wins in a single season in the USF1600 Series.
His winning tally stands at 7 from 12 races with 9 heats remaining.
US-based Australian Scott Andrews has continued his sizzling form by claiming double wins at Mid-Ohio to break the all-time record of wins in a season in the F1600 Series.
In the super competitive series, Andrews was able to hold off Skylar Robinson and Ben Auriemma in a thrilling final race to claim his seventh win of the season.
The Exclusive Autosport Spectrum Honda driver’s seventh win came in the 12th race.
“The team gave me an awesome car and I was lucky enough to stay in the lead nearly the whole race and hold them off,” Andrews said.
“I saw one of the yellow cars flying on the outside on the last lap and braked as late as I dared and managed to pull it off.”
Andrews finished third in the other heat of the weekend which means he has only missed standing on the podium once in the 12 races which have been contested.
In the opening heat Andrews was punted from pole to last by officials for being late to the dummy grid before staging a remarkable fightback to claim the win.
He finished third in the middle race before spearing into the lead on lap three of 18 tours in the final race to record a solid win.