(Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar 358 Modifieds 35 Laps) – BILLY WHITTAKER, Larry Wight, Glenn Forward, Ron Davis III, Tim Sears Jr., Mike Bowman
The weekly night of speed at the Fulton Speedway will be kicked into high gear this Saturday, July 7 when the traveling methanol breathing, winged warriors of the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints Speedweek heads to the “Highbanks” to do battle on night-four of the Donath Motor Worx Speedweek.
After a successful return to Supermodified competition last season at Oswego Speedway, division veteran Jeff West will be back at the track again beginning July, 6 in ‘Fast Friday’ testing before competing in Saturday night’s 50-lap ‘Road to the Championship presented by Helena Agri-Enterprises.
A pair of “shoes” were the first to cross the checkered stripe last Saturday night at the Oswego Speedway, as cousins, Dave and Tyler Shullick earned feature wins on Independence Weekend. For Dave, it was Novelis supermodified win No. 3 on the season, the 14th of his career. However, it was career win No. 1
It was a ‘Shullick Sweep’ this past weekend at the Oswego Speedway as Tyler Shullick from Vermillion, Ohio, collected his first career Oswego checkered flag in the Pathfinder Bank SBS Independence Weekend ‘Grand Prix’ 35 presented by Galloway Century 21 and Oswego D Bus.
Dave Shullick Jr. dominated this past Saturday night at Oswego Speedway to grab his third victory of the season and eighth of his non-wing Supermodified career in the Independence Weekend 75 presented by Galloway Century 21 and Oswego D Bus.
In his first full season at the Fulton Speedway, Jordan McCreadie from Watertown, said he really didn’t expect to run as well as they have as a weekly competitor. Saturday night McCreadie was as hot as the temperatures by dominating the caution free $2,000-to-win 50-lap Unique eCigs 358 Modified Series race one in the three-race series.
(Unique eCigs 358 Modified Series Race 1 – 50 Laps) – JORDAN MCCREADIE, Larry Wight, Jeff McGinnis, Ronnie Davis III, Tim Sears Jr., Billy Whittaker
Family is a crucial part of auto racing and Oswego Kartway recently lost one of its own in longtime kart owner and driver, James Shutts. Shutts was a competitor across several divisions at the Kartway and was most recently crowned the Kartway’s 2017 Masters track champion and the Super Heavy Clone Kartway Classic winner.
Oswego Speedway has been off for two weeks following an exciting A&P Auto Parts ‘Spring Championship, back on June 16, but this Saturday the track will come alive again for the 75-lap Independence Weekend ‘Grand Prix’ special presented by Century 21 Galloway Realty and Oswego D Bus.