Fulton Speedway Race Track in Fulton, New York, USA
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Fulton Speedway races DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds, DIRTcar Sportsman, Novice Sportsman, and RUSH Late Models. Special events include Mod Lites, World of Outlaws, and 360 Sprints.
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Fulton Speedway Dirt Track Location
1603 County Route 57
Fulton, New York, 13069 USA
- lat: 43.281017, lng: -76.383326
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- Surface: 3/8 mile high-banked clay oval
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Fulton Speedway Dirt Track News
- Fulton Speedway wraps up 2021 season with 200-lap enduro
A 200-lap, $2,000-to-win enduro race, along with DIRT sportsman and 4-cylinder racing, make up Fulton Speedway’s final program of the year Saturday. The program starts at 4 p.m. with qualifying heats ...
- HOOSIER PICK? Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship points battles conclude Labor Day Weekend
DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Hoosier Racing Tire Championship to be decided at the finish line, Sheppard, Williamson, Jeseo, Mancuso in the driver's seat for the championship WEEDSPORT, NY - Five divisions of DIRTcar Racing divisions compete in the Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship in the Northeast and the championship battles are rapidly coming to a conclusion. DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds, 358 Modifieds, Sportsman Modifieds, Pro Stocks, and 4 Cylinders will split over $45,000 in purse money. The top-20 drivers in the Big Block, 358, Sportsman and Pro Stocks divisions will be honored and given a payout at the DIRTcar Northeast banquet in November. The DIRTcar 4 Cylinders pay the top-15. Points are calculated by taking the top-16 finishes from any DIRTcar sanctioned race including weekly racing, Series races, and special events like the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified race at Lake View Motor Speedway in South Carolina last January. A perfect score is 960 points. That's 16 wins at 60 points per win. DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds The DIRTcar Big Block Modified battle has a familiar look. Matt Sheppard and Stewart Friesen are locked in battle at the top of the standings for $5,000-to-win and $3,000 for second. The #9S holds the top spot by just 20 points. Not only are these drivers going at it in the Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship standings, but they are also fighting for Super DIRTcar Series points, and the overall track championship at Orange County Fair Speedway, which concludes Thursday, Sept. 2. DIRTcar 358 Modifieds Mat Williamson and Erick Rudolph are once again battling for the DIRTcar 358 Modified weekly championship in both the Hoosier points and at Ransomville Speedway over the track championship. This Canadian/American rivalry has been playing out for years at Super DIRTcar Series races, DIRTcar 358 Modified Series races, and every Friday night at Ransomville Speedway. Williamson got the edge this year and took the $3,000 championship. Billy Dunn, from Watertown, NY, is not only tied with Rudolph in Hoosier points but he is a part of a ferocious track championship battle at Can-Am Speedway with Tim Fuller, another Watertown, NY driver. They recently clashed at Mohawk International Raceway in the first DIRTcar 358 Modified Series race of the year. With two laps to go, leader Mike Mahaney broke a right rear shock. That allowed Tim Fuller and Billy Dunn to race it out side-by-side on the last lap. Dunn won out with a dive to the inside of Turn 1. Those points could make the difference at the end of the weekend. DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds The closest race is in the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified division between leader Andrew Buff and Matt Janczuk. They are separated by a razor-thin margin of 10 points going into the final weekend of Hoosier points racing. Andrew Buff races weekly at Albany-Saratoga Speedway and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park. He's also been aggressively following the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series races competing in multiple regions. Janczuk's points have come as a result of his pile of victories at Fulton Speedway. He is still in the picture for the Hoosier championship. Since the points are determined by the top-16 finishes, it is notable that Janczuk's lowest points night is much lower than Buff's. Janczuk can make up a whopping 16 points in one swing. Here's how it breaks down. Only individual drivers' top-16 finishes are calculated so they drop their lowest score. 60 points is a win, therefore a perfect score is 960. Andrew Buff: 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 56, 56, 52, 52, 52, 52, 52 / Total: 912 / Best 920 Matt Janczuk: 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 60, 56, 56, 56, 56, 56, 52, 46, 44 / Total: 902 / Best 918 If Janczuk wins, he drops the 44 and scores a 60. That means Buff also needs to get a win and he has two chances; Albany-Saratoga Speedway on Friday (Sept. 3) and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park on Sunday (Sept. 5). He could go to Fulton Speedway on Saturday (Sept. 4), as well, and go up against Janczuk in person. It's anyone's race for the $1,000 championship. DIRTcar Pro Stocks Chad Jeseo has been lights out at Lebanon Valley Speedway and Albany-Saratoga Speedway in '21. He has 10 wins between the two tracks. His DIRTcar Pro Stock Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship will net him $1,000 at the banquet in November for his dedication and success in weekly DIRTcar Racing. Sixty points behind Jeseo is Jason Meltz, who has three wins at the same two racetracks. Burton Ward has been cutting his teeth at Can-Am Speedway and has two wins so far in 2021. He's running third in the Hoosier points with 830 total out of a possible 960. DIRTcar 4 Cylinders Dante Mancuso has 11 wins in 21 DIRTcar 4 Cylinder division starts at Ransomville Speedway and Genesee Speedway. With that, he'll take home $500 for the inaugural DIRTcar 4 Cylinder Hoosier Racing Tire Championship. Brad Whiteside and Cole Susice are battling for second place. The top-15 will have the opportunity to walk across the stage at the DIRTcar Northeast Banquet in November. Positions 11-15 receive free DIRTcar memberships for 2022.
- Ron Davis III Title Hopes Alive With Exciting Fulton Speedway Modified Win Heading Into Championship Night: Empire Super Sprints Saturday
You have always heard drivers say the best way to help yourself in racing is just win, and the points will take care of itself. Saturday night at the Fulton Speedway Ron Davis III from Memphis, NY ...
- Chad Homan Pulls Late-Race Move to Win while Cameron Tuttle Stays Hot at Genesee
Rich Vleck, BATAVIA, NY, (August 28, 2021)- Chad Homan lost the lead in the Late Model Feature on a lap five restart when he selected the inferior bottle line for the restart. After struggling to get back by Bill Holmes throughout the feature and seemingly being out of options, Homan went for it all and ended up pulling off one of the best moves of the season. On a hot and steamy night at the Genesee Speedway, Chad Homan, of Macedon, rim rode around the outside Bill Holmes on a lap 21 restart to reclaim the lead and set sail for his first win at Genesee in just his second start in Batavia in 2021. "I put a hard tire on this car and kept trying to pass (Holmes) on the bottom but there just wasn't the right move," recalled Homan after the feature. "There was a restart that got called back and he had moved down to block my dive down so under that yellow I kept working the top to keep heat in the right rear tire and I noticed that the top might have some rubber. I knew it was going to surprise him and when I went in there was a little bit of a curb on the top (of turn 1) and I hit it just right which set my cart on the right path and it just took off." The 25-lap feature was mired by cautions, but it also gave Homan a number of looks at how to move by on the restarts. The Fulton Speedway point leader utilized his off-night from that track to visit Genesee in preparation for the Topless Nationals next month and found himself thrashing on his No. 91 to find speed. "Whatever worked here in 2019 does not work now," he declared. "We were off in the heat so we got on the phone with Lazer (Chassis) and made the most changes on the car I've made in six years and it worked." As Homan was running off to the win, Bill Holmes had his hands full to hold off a hard-charging Doug Ricotta for second. The runner-up finish was good enough to secure Holmes his first career Genesee Track Championship. Ricotta's third-place effort was his second-straight podium finish. Dave DuBois and Paul Grigsby recorded solid top five finishes. Cameron Tuttle had a dominant performance to capture his fifth Sportsman Feature win of 2021 and put himself in a strong position to repeat for the track championship next weekend. Tuttle, of Wilson, took the lead from Jim Harbison on the race's only restart on lap 11 by using the bottom line and then got back to the top of the track and never looked back. "We're on a pretty good roll right now," stated Tuttle in Victory Lane, reflecting on his second-straight Genesee win as well as his second win of the weekend. "The track had a lot of bite on the bottom and we were good down there." The race was filled with side-by-side racing throughout the event with Jim Harbison able to hold on for a strong second-place showing. Noah Walker ran up from sixth to finish in third, just in front of Dave Conant. Ray Bliss held off Phil Vigneri III to round out the top five. Dan Schulz utilized a strong starting spot of fourth in the Street Stock Feature to jump out in front early and stay there as he led the final 19 laps to score his first feature win of the year. Schulz, from Newfane, became the eighth different winner in the division in 2021. Chuck Mogavero led the opening circuit from the outside pole but after a lap 2 restart Schulz was able to drive underneath the No. 21m and drive out in front. The race got off to a slow start with a few cautions, including Kenny Begnouche flipping his No. 44m down the backstretch. He was able to climb out of the car on his own. Once green flag laps were run, there was great racing throughout the pack but the unsponsored No. 66 was supreme and held a steady lead all the way to the end. Point leader Bill Taylor had a strong run coming from the eighth starting position to take the runner-up position on lap eight but as good as he was on the bottom, Schulz was even better. Taylor would hold off Brandon Sherwood for second, who he is battling with for the championship heading in to the championship race next week. John Zimmerman and Damian Long would drive up to round out the top five. Rich Conte had not been able to touch his race car all week until Saturday Morning but he was able to be in position on a lap 12 restart to drive in front of Cole Susice and run off to his first Mini Stock Feature win of the year. Conte was not only happy to capture his first Genesee win since June of 2020, it was the first race he had finished in 2021 in his No. 717. The top line was the dominant groove early in the 15-lap feature, with Susice pacing the field in front of Don Whiteside and Conte. Coming to complete lap 11, Conte got underneath Whiteside and the two made contact down the frontstretch, when they became unhinged Whiteside barrel-rolled wildly off of turn 1 but was uninjured. On the ensuing restart, Conte came to life from the second spot and jumped in front of Susice and never looked back to become the eighth different driver to win in the division this season. Susice would hold off Andrew Gayton for second, while Brad Whiteside ran up to fourth to put himself in good position heading in to championship night. Bill Weller Jr. rounded out the top five. Jake Bansmer used patience, along with a great run off the bottom of the track to drive up to the lead in front of Andrew Joy and go on to win his 11th Novice Sportsman Feature Win of the season, securing the division championship along the way. A night after his car got injured and put his ability to race tonight in jeopardy, Bansmer, of East Aurora, started in the fourth position but ran up to take the lead away on lap nine after Andrew Joy fought hard to hang in front but would have to settle for his fifth runner-up finish in the last six starts. Tyler Guzzardi won his heat and ran to a third-place finish. Seth Johnson utilized a restart on lap eight to drive by Alexis Traxler and hold her off over the final five laps to win the Bandit Feature. Johnson, of Castile, had chased down Traxler from the seventh starting position before the race's only caution then quickly took the lead on the restart for his third win of the year. Traxler was able to hold on to second, which helped her lock up the division title for 2021. Ian Paul drove up from the back of the pack to round out the podium. The 2021 point season will round out next Saturday Night at Dale Valley Diecast presents Championship Night next Saturday, September 4. Start time will once again be 6:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.Genesee-Speedway.com. Genesee Speedway Results: 8/28/2021- Royal T Trucking Night Cornerstone Eye Associates RUSH Late Model Feature (25 Laps)- CHAD HOMAN, Bill Holmes, Doug Ricotta, Dave DuBois, Paul Grigsby, Jon Rivers, Brian Kotarski, Billy DuBois, Bill Button, Jimmy Johnson, David Stolzenberg, Austin Hauser, Beamer Guzzardi, TJ Downs, Mark Sundt (DNS). Lap Leaders- Homan 1-4, Holmes 5-20, Homan 21-25. Heat Winners- Ricotta, Hauser. Stirling Lubricants DIRTcar Sportsman Feature (25 Laps)- CAMERON TUTTLE, Jim Harbison, Noah Walker, Dave Conant, Ray Bliss, Phil Vigneri III, Tim Nies, Byron Dewitt, Brandon Michaud, Kyle Richner, Jessica Kriegisch, Tony Velez, Michael McCarthy, Greg Mrzywka, Larry Vick. Lap Leader- Harbison 1-10, Tuttle 11-25. Heat Winners- Harbison, Walker. Yasses Trucking & Construction Street Stock Feature (20 Laps)- DAN SCHULZ, Bill Taylor, Brandon Sherwood, John Zimmerman, Damian Long, Tommy Kemp, Chuck Mogavero, Shawn Hazlett, Ted Mascho, Zach Walsh, Dale Rissinger Jr., Mike Kelly, Bobby Lippa Jr., Joe Chamberlain, Phil Schepis, Jacob Vick, Steve Austin, Kenny Begnouche. Lap Leaders- Mogavero 1, Schulz 2-20. Heat Winners- Taylor, Long. Pellegrino Auto Sales Mini Stock Feature (15 Laps)- RICH CONTE, Cole Susice, Andrew Gayton, Brad Whiteside, Bill Weller Jr., James Gayton, Brian Johnson, Ashley Harbison, Olivia Coniber, Andy Schumaker, Matt Tracey, Robert Knapp II, Don Whiteside, Gary Hopkins, Thomas Lodwick (DNS). Lap Leaders- Susice 1-12, Conte 13-15. Heat Winners- Susice, Weller Jr. Champion Racing Oil Novice Sportsman Feature (15 Laps)- JAKE BANSMER, Andrew Joy, Tyler Guzzardi, Allison Dewitt, Nate Rhiner, John Livingston Jr., Bailey Logsdon, Jericho Gurney. Lap Leaders- Joy 1-8, Bansmer 9-15. Heat Winner- Guzzardi. DML Sealing Bandits (12 Laps)- SETH JOHNSON, Alexis Traxler, Ian Paul, Nick Lipome, Morgan Coniber, Jonathan Logsdon, Grayson Harding, Joey Swick. Lap Leaders- Traxler 1-7, Johnson 8-12.
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