One-On-One Spectator Racing Joins Fulton Speedway Racing May 30

FULTON, NY – This Saturday night Tracey Road Equipment will present a night of exciting, family affordable, fun at the Fulton Speedway located on Route 57 just south of the city.

On the race card will be the Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds, SUNY Canton Sportsman, NAPA Late Models, E&V Energy Novice Sportsman, Hilton’s Automotive Four-Cylinders plus One-On-One Spectator Races.

Have you always wanted to get on the “Highbanks” of the Fulton Speedway? Saturday night will be your chance in the exciting One-On-One Spectator Races. All you need to compete is a registered and insured road vehicle, a valid driver’s license and a helmet.

Last Saturday in the Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds it was a battle until just a handful of laps were left in the 35-lap feature. Rob Bellinger, Tom Sears Jr., and Billy Decker put on a show that saw Billy Decker take advantage of a late race restart making the winning pass on lap 29.


Billy Decker 208. Danny Johnson 196. Jimmy Phelps 186. Larry Wight 181. Tim Sears Jr. 170.

The SUNY Canton Sportsman put on a barn-burner of a 25-Lap feature that had the winner in doubt until the checkers waved. After having heartbreak Friday at the Brewerton Speedway losing the feature on a green-white-checker finish, Tony Finch turned the tables at Fulton.

On another green-white-checker finish Finch was able to hold off Nick Krause, defending track champion Ron Davis III and point leader Billy Clark Jr. at the finish.


Billy Clark Jr. 214. Tony Finch II 196. Brandon Ford 168. Jeremy Dyget 165. Mike Button 164.

Former Brewerton Speedway IMCA Modified Champions Chris Fleming and Kevan Cook drove like anything but NAPA Late Model rookies in their 25-lap feature. Fleming and Cook battled lap after lap that saw Cook make the winning pass on the final lap for his first career Late Model win.


Alan Fink 220. AJ Kingsley 192. Kevan Cook 184. Chris Fleming 184. Bret Belden 184.

Fifteen E&V Energy Novice Sportsman took the green flag for their 15-lap feature last Saturday. The always smooth Amy Holland took the lead on lap 6 from Mike Stanton Jr. and never looked back.

The night ended with an exciting 15-lap Hilton’s Automotive Four-Cylinder feature. Skip DeGroff and Tim Dunn battled back-and-forth putting on a show for the fans that saw DeGroff win by almost a photo finish at the checkers.


Tim Dunn 122. Skip DeGroff 122. Justin Buske 174. Colby Herzog 170. Kyle Young 160.

The Fulton Speedway would like to thank Tracey Road Equipment for their continued support as the title sponsor for the Big Block Modifieds at Fulton and Brewerton Speedways.  If it’s for the construction industry or over-the-road use, Tracey is the one to contact. Tracey Road Equipment and the Tracey Truck Center are the leading new and used construction equipment and truck dealerships in Upstate NY. With state-of-the-art facilities located in Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, Binghamton and Watertown, New York, they’ve grown into the most respected name in the industry. For over 30 years they have provided quality equipment and trucks backed by quality parts and service to thousands of contractors and municipalities throughout the region. Their first commitment is to exemplary Customer Service – always assisting their customers with a full understanding that their livelihood, project progress and service to their customers is directly related to the quality of the products and service they entrust to them. They carry a full line of heavy and light construction equipment. The Tracey Truck Center represents the biggest and best names in the trucking industry, Freightliner, Sterling and Western Star. And their sales representatives have built a strong reputation for their ability to not only plan and design the exact truck you need for your particular purpose; they also have the installation and fabrication facilities to build your truck from the chassis up, custom spec’d to your requirements. To see everything Tracey Road Equipment has to offer please visit

Adult grandstand admission on May 30 will be $12 with everyone 18 years old and younger free. Pit admission is $27 participant/$30 non-participant. Gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m.

Any questions you might have please contact Cory Reed [email protected] (315) 593-6531. For all the latest news please visit and like the track Facebook page