FULTON, NY – (By Dave Medler) – Looking back on the history of an annual race in its early years, showing the cars and drivers that carved the way to what we have today, one of the best races in Modified racing anywhere. It’s fun for those who were there to recall great memories, and newer fans to see where we came from.
As we approach the 28th Annual Sunoco Fulton Ethanol Facility Outlaw 200 Weekend presented by SUNY Canton, we take a look back at one of the early “Victoria 200s.”
New Jersey’s Billy Pauch made his mark winning the first five events. After Pauch, in 1991, Pennsylvania’s Frank Cozze took home the victory.
After the first six events, people were starting to wonder if a New York driver would ever defend their home state turf and grab a victory. On September 19, 1992 Fulton regular and fan favorite, Tommy Kinsella showed everyone the short way around the Fulton “High Banks,” becoming the first New York driver to win what was rapidly becoming one of the most prestigious events in Modified racing.
Here are two clips showing that historic day.
Presale tickets for the 2013 Outlaw 200 Weekend (October 4-5) are selling at a rapid pace. Here is a link for tickets, camping and everything else you need to know for an enjoyable weekend with us.
Lap Sponsorships are brisk for the 28th Outlaw 200. Message us on our Facebook page if you would like to support the racers that will put on the show on October 5. If you have a favorite driver or favorite number, lock it up before its sold.
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Here is the form link if you would like to do lap sponsorship by mail.
Any questions you might have about the 28th Annual Outlaw 200 Weekend please contact Cory Reed at [email protected] or by phone (315) 593-6531.