By Dave Medler
FULTON, NY – Side by side, and two, three wide racing action the Fulton Speedway is famous for will resume this Saturday night May, 5. Ferris Mowers presents the first full blown night of racing excitement after a successful Methanol Melt Down early in April.
Long time supporter of the Fulton Speedway, Ferris Industries will present a night of racing, featuring, the Tracey Road Equipment Big Block Modifieds, SUNY Canton Sportsman, NAPA Late Models, Novice Sportsman and the Parts Plus Four Cylinder Stocks.
Ferris Industries are the commercial mower specialists. They have earned their reputation by delivering their customers high quality products and solutions for over 100 years. You can be sure Ferris will keep you on the cutting edge, with innovative mower designs and technology, for years to come. Ferris mowers are the only mowers in the industry that offer patented suspension technology. Experience the difference suspension makes! Ferris…Go The Extra Yard!
To see all that Ferris has to offer, and to find a dealer near you please visit www.ferrisindustries.com
At the “High Banks” Billy Decker will be back to defend his Tracey Road Equipment Big Block Modified Championship. In 2011 Decker won the title by three-points over crowd favorite Jimmy Phelps.
Besides Decker and Phelps, throw in, Pat Ward, Larry Wight,Tom Sears Jr. Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko Jr., Chuck Bower, Mike Bowman, Chad Phelps, Mike Mahaney and others the chase for the 2012 season title is wide open.
Can anyone dethrone Jeremy Pitcher in the SUNY Canton Sportsman? In 2011, over 50 drivers signed in the pits as they tried to tackle the Fulton Speedway.
Even though they are recently a new class in Upstate New York, the NAPA Late Models continue to grow in popularity with the fans with their high-speed fender rubbing action.
The Novice Sportsman have been a great stepping stone for drivers to learn to drive open wheel cars before moving up to the SUNY Canton Sportsman and beyond. 2011 champion Ron Davis III and Tony Finch II and others have taken what they learned in the Novice and are moving up and 2012.
Great racing can be found in the Parts Plus Four Cylinder Stocks, as their features most of the time go green to checker, with races that come down to the final lap to decide a winner.
Gates will open this Saturday May 5, at 5:00 with racing starting at 7:00. Adult grandstand admission will be $12 with everyone 18 years old and younger admitted FREE to the grandstands.
Any questions about the upcoming season please contact Cory Reed at (315) 638-4056 or by e-mail at [email protected] for all your questions.
Keep up with the tracks throughout the season by visiting www.brewertonspeedway.com and www.fultonspeedway.com, on each speedway’s Facebook accounts and on Twitter at twitter.com/Fultonspeedway and twitter.com/BrewertonSpdway