Sunoco Fulton Ethanol Facility Presents A Night Of Racing Thrills Saturday

FULTON, NY – This Saturday, July 19, will be another great evening of fast, family affordable, racing fun where everyone 18 years old and under is admitted free into the grandstands on Sunoco Fulton Ethanol Facility night.

The Sunoco Fulton Ethanol Facility is a major sponsor for the 29th Annual Outlaw 200 Weekend on October 3-4 presented by SUNY Canton at the speedway.

Before the night’s racing located in the midway the Home Depot will be there with their popular kid’s workshop. Kids and their parents will be able to build crafts to bring home courtesy of the Home Depot.

On the race card will be the Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds/SUNY Canton Sportsman/E&V Energy Novice Sportsman/A-Verdi Storage Containers 305 Sprints and Hilton’s Automotive Four Cylinders.

Have you always wanted to challenge the Fulton ‘High Banks’? This Saturday the wild and crazy One-On-One Spectator races will take place.

Back on May 31, we had spirited one-on-one spectator racing that ended in a dead heat between the final two. It’ll be hard to top the last one, but I’m sure they will try. One-on-One racing is open to any driver, but you must have a helmet and the car must be street legal and registered. Obviously, a seat belt is required. Register in the track office upon arrival at the track.

Last Saturday in the Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds Tom Sears Jr. out of Clay pulled off the rare sweep of winning the Brewerton and Fulton Speedways features. Top-five in the point standings coming into Saturday. Larry Wight (450) – Jimmy Phelps (430) – Billy Decker (408) – Rob Bellinger (394) – Pat Ward (388).

What a strong and competitive group of drivers in the SUNY Canton Sportsman. In nine features run there has been nine different winners.

Fifty-four different drivers have attempted to qualify for a SUNY Canton Sportsman feature this year. Of those 54 different drivers, nearly half (23) of them have earned at least one top five finish. Last Saturday,Billy Clark Jr. took home the emotional feature win where you could have thrown a blanket over the top-five at the checkers. Points – Tony Finch II (414) – Mike Button (412) – Ron Davis III (405) – Beth Schneider (404) – Jeremy Pitcher (370).

Tim Sears Jr. won his fifth feature of the year in the NAPA Late Models outrunning three-time feature winner AJ Kingsley at the finish. Points – Tim Sears Jr. (524) – AJ Kingsley (480) – Rick Miller (458) – Alan Fink (368) – Brandon Ford (354).

One of the most popular wins of the season was in the E&V Energy Novice Sportsman when Taylor Jackson won her first career feature.

In the A-Verdi Storage Containers 305 Sprints John Cunningham continued his winning ways grabbing the feature win over Gordy Button.

What a show Tim Dunn and Chuck Powelczyk put on in the Hilton’s Automotive Four Cylinders. Dunn, the Watertown, NY invader picked up the narrow win. Points – Justin Buske (366) – Mark Johnston (340) – Chuck Powelczyk (338) – Skip DeGroff (318) – Keith Zirbel (312).

Adult grandstand admission this Saturday is $12 with everyone 18 yrs. old and younger FREE. Pit admission is $27 Participant – $30 Non-Participant.

One week from today Tracey Road Equipment/A-Verdi Storage Containers and McDonalds presents the Greatest Show On Dirt when the STP World Of Outlaws Sprint Cars invade the Fulton Speedway. This will be your last chance to see the 20-Time World Of Outlaws Champion Steve Kinser on his Farewell Tour. This season will be Kinser’s last following the entire tour.

Besides Kinser driving the methanol eating, fire breathing, fastest dirt cars on the planet are names like defending champion Daryn Pittman, past champion Donny Schatz, Joey Saldana, Paul McMahan, Kerry Madsen, Brad Sweet, Cody Darrah, Craig Kinser, Jason Sides, David Gravel, Logan Schuchart and Jacob Allen. Who take the bag of cash? Will it be a World Of Outlaws regular? Or could it be Larry Wight defending his home track or an unexpected outsider? We will find out in one week.

Also racing on July 23 is the $1,000 to-win Industrial Tire Of CNY Sportsman Championship Qualifier. The winner goes to the automatic redraw for the $2,500 to-win 50-lap Industrial Tire Of CNY Sportsman Championship during the Outlaw 200 Weekend October 3-4 at the Fulton Speedway.

To order your tickets go to and click on the New York State of mind link on the front page. Reserved seats are $39 that includes a pit pass upgrade if ordered in advance. Adult’s general admission tickets are $32/ Students $12/Kids 9 years old and younger free.

Any questions about this Saturday or next Wednesdays World Of Outlaws Sprint Car show please contact Cory Reed at [email protected] (315) 593-6531. For all the latest news visit our website and like our Facebook page