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Victoria 200 Daily Countdown...September 18, 1993
JENSEN LEADS THE WAY IN EIGHTH ANNUAL FULTON VICTORIA 200


FULTON, NY - The 1993 season at Fulton Speedway was certainly not a kind one to veteran Paul Jensen. Make that the regular season, however, as the Edmeston, N.Y. driver recorded the win in the 1993 Victoria 200 on September 18. The total winnings for Jensen in the base purse, lap money and contingencies came to $21,108.

Jeff Walton led the opening circuit of the 1993 Victoria200 from the pole starting position. Walton would only lead the first tour, as Doug Fuller took over on lap two. Fuller led through lap 32 before Gordy Button took the lead away. Fuller came back to lead laps 37-39, with Button leading the way again on lap 40.

Billy Pauch, as usual, moved into contention for the Victoria 200 win in the early going. Pauch ran down the leaders, but would eventually drop out with brake problems and a cut tire on lap 55. At the end of the opening 100 laps Jensen owned a comfortable lead over Dale Planck, J.J. Michaels, Frank Cozze and Button.

Jensen pretty much owned the second 100 laps, which was only slowed five times for 17 laps. Cozze tried to pressure Jensen into a mistake to win his second Victoria 200 in a row, but it wasn't going to happen. Jensen went on to the biggest win of his career that turned his miserable season around.

Cozze had to settle for second, while Southern tier veteran Chuck Akulis made a great late race charge to finish third. It was the best ever finish for Akulis in the Victoria 200. Fulton regulars Dale Planck and Randy Glenski completed the top five in the eighth annual classic.

A total of 44 drivers started the 1993 version of the Victoria 200 which took place in front of another large crowd.

1993 Victoria 200
September 18, 1993 Pos. Driver Laps Comp. Money Won
1 Paul Jensen 200 $ 23,116
2 Frank Cozze 200 $ 10,500
3 Chuck Akulus 200 $ 6,360
4 Dale Planck 200 $ 3,200
5 Randy Glenski 200 $ 2,400
6 Bobby Holland 200 $ 1,800
7 J.J. Michaels 200 $ 1,500
8 Dave House $ 1,425
9 John Ramsey $ 1,450
10 Gordy Button $ 2,278
11 Ronnie Tobias $ 875
12 Jim Mahaney $ 775
13 Roger Phelps $ 775
14 Ted Lamb, Jr. $ 575
15 Wade Hendrickson $ 550
16 Bob Lineman $ 500
17 Ray Swinehart $ 500
18 Lou Michaels $ 450
19 Davey Wenger $ 450
20 Ron Holmes $ 450
21 Don Deitz, Jr. $ 450
22 John Barker, Jr. $ 550
23 Jim Phelps $ 450
24 Scott Pursell $ 425
25 Billy VanPelt $ 425
26 Doug Worthing $ 425
27 Carl Reynolds $ 425
28 Rich Ricci, Jr. $ 425
29 Doug Fuller $ 1,449
30 Pete Bicknell $ 400
31 Jeremie Corcoran $ 400
32 Tom Kinsella $ 400
33 Joe Winnie $ 400
34 Marcel LaFrance $ 400
35 Jeff Walton $ 530
36 Billy Pauch $ 400
37 Mike VanDusen $ 400
38 Pat Ward $ 400
39 Duane Howard $ 400
40 Billy Schinkel $ 400
41 Donnie Wetmore $ 400
42 Kenny Brightbill $ 400
43 Jeff Rudalavage $ 400
44 Richie Tobias $ 400

LAP LEADERS: Jeff Walton (1), Doug Fuller (2-37), Gordy Button (38-66), Paul Jensen (67-200).
HEAT WINNERS: Roger Phelps, Duane Howard, Dave House, Pete Bicknell, Doug Fuller, Dale Planck, Paul Jensen, and Rich Ricci Jr.
CONSI WINNERS: Scott Pursell, Frank Cozze, Ron Holmes, and Bob Holland.

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Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.

Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate. Advance sale tickets are currently on sale at the Fulton Speedway track office.

For more information on the 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway, contact (315) 593-6531 or visit www.victoria200.com or the track website at www.fultonspeedway.com.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY PREPARES FOR SUPER DIRT WEEK CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT FOR MR. DIRT 358-MODIFIED TOUR

BREWERTON, NY – Leaf Racewear will present the final event of the 2006 race season at Brewerton Speedway on Thursday October 5 during Super DIRT Week. Featured will be the 13th Annual Mr. DIRT 358-Modified tour 75-lap Super DIRT Week Championship plus the popular ESDCA Mod Lites in a 25-lapper. Without a doubt, this is the show every race fan must see during Super DIRT Week as typical 3 and 4 wide competition is prevalent at the “D-Shaped DIRT Demon”. Race time is set for 7:30pm.
Alan Johnson is the defending champion and 4-time winner of the $3,000 to win Leaf Racewear 75-Lap Brewerton Super DIRT Week Championship. Brett Hearn is the only other repeat winner, with a pair of victories. Frank Cozze, Tim Fuller, and Bob McCreadie are the only other drivers that have won at Brewerton during Super DIRT Week.
Some of the more memorable finishes of Super DIRT Week have been right here at Brewerton. Who could ever forget the photo finish duel between friends Bob McCreadie and Tim Fuller in 2001 that brought the grandstands to their feet? Or how about the thrilling late race battle between Alan Johnson and the legendary Jack Johnson in 2004?
The ESDCA Mod Lite division will be the featured support division with a $200 to win 25-lap special. Tim Devendorf, the speedway champion for 2006, will fend off all top competitors including Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Lowell Zehr, Darren Austin, and Ken Gamlen.
358-Modified competitors are reminded of pre-entering for the Leaf Racewear 75. The early entry deadline is September 16 for the $20 fee, while the fee increases to $40 after September 16. Entry forms are located on the Brewerton Speedway website and can be printed off from there.
Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 4:30pm, with race competition taking the green flag at 7:30pm. For more information on the Leaf Racewear season-ending special at Brewerton Speedway on October 5, contact the track office at (315) 668-6906 or visit the official website at www.brewertonspeedway.com.


Victoria 200 Daily Countdown...September 21, 1991
SOMEONE BUT PAUCH WINS "VICTORIA 200" - COZZE TAKES FULTON CLASSIC


FULTON, NY - As the saying goes "All good things must come to an end", the much publicized Billy Pauch 200 finally came to a closing. The previous five Pabst "VICTORIA 200" win streak drew to a halt this past Saturday night at the Fulton Speedway as Frank Cozze in the Waite's #44 took the win in the huge Fulton classic.

The largest crowd in Pabst "VICTORIA 200" history and the largest car count as well were on hand as the Fulton Speedway presented the 6th edition of the Richest Small Block Modified race in the Nation. After an incredible ten heat race event, four consolations, and a 200 lap feature event, Frank Cozze from Wind Gap PA was the victor ending the incredible five wins-in-a-row for Billy Pauch at the track.

Kenny Tremont and Alan Johnson led the huge 45 car Small Block Modified starting field down to the green flag that started the classic event and it was Tremont who took the lead. But Kenny wasn't the man to beat on this night as Jack Johnson in the Ryan's Cafe #12 took over on the 3rd circuit. Doug Hoffman was the first to seriously challenge the Olsen mount as the Hoffman #60 over machine dogged Johnson for the top spot.

Roger Laureno came through the field quickly from his eleventh spot to challenge Hoffman for the control of the event but both were foiled by the quick Freightliner #6 of Brett Hearn as he took over on the 34th circuit right after a brief caution period.

Where was Billy Pauch you ask? Well, the five time defending champion of the Pabst "VICTORIA 200" was right in the middle of the fray as he got by the Hearn machine on the 40th circuit.

Pauch stayed right there at the top of the field but 'Jumpin" Jack took it right back but for only five laps as the super competitive Fulton surface stayed consistent as Pauch came right back on the typical high side.

Pauch and Johnson switched the lead multiple times over the next green flag circuits but a Fulton Speedway regular came to the head of the pack with just 21 laps to go in the opening 100 lap segment and held on for the $ 1,000 bonus at the events "rest period". J.J. was rewarded with a check for $ 1,000 from Halsey Machinery. Jack Johnson, Frank Cozze, Billy Pauch, and Brett Hearn rounded out the top five in the initial 100 laps of the event.

With Michaels running out to an incredible lead at the end of the first 100 laps, 5 lapped cars lined up in between himself and second place. At the green of the second 100, Michaels ran out into another good lead but fate didn't lean towards his #31 Troyer mount as the fast moving Frank Cozze got by the Fulton Speedway regular and into the lead on lap 121, just 79 laps from the end of the event.

Michaels held well in second for only 2 few precious laps as Jack Johnson and Ronnie Tobias closed in on the Baldwinsville native. The second spot switched hands many times between the three speedsters till Jack Johnson took over for good on the 179th go-around.

Ronnie Tobias tried valiantly in the final laps of the event for second but Johnson held on to repeat his finish of one year ago. The race for fourth intensified over the final stages as well as both Billy Pauch and J.J. Michaels changed hands with the spot many times but it was Pauch who had his worst ever Fulton finish after his best ever starting position, 8th.

But they all followed the man at the front of the field as Frank Cozze ended the Billy Pauch era at the Fulton Speedway with the win which was worth in excess of $17,500 for his victory in the Pabst "VICTORIA 200".

"We wrecked everything in the heat race from the oil pan on," remembered a post-race Cozze. "If it wasn't for us qualifying in the heat, we never could have gotten the car back together in time for the consi."

"This was the biggest win of the year," continued Cozze. "It even ranks up there with my biggest ever. We never even decided to run this car until Wednesday after my other owner backed out on me at the last minute after they had problems with the car."

"Beating Billy (Pauch) is great. He's a great driver and it's real easy to run with him. I'm glad I was the guy to beat him." In the end it was Cozze over Jack Johnson, Ronnie Tobias, Billy Pauch, J.J. Michaels, Brett Hearn, Steve Paine, Doug Fuller, Jim Mahaney, and Duane Howard rounding out the competitive top 10 finishers.

A total of 110 cars tried to make the 45 car Pabst "VICTORIA 200" field with such drivers as Billy Schinkel, Doug Worthing, Doug Fuller, Scott Pursell, and Jeff Rudalavage having to rely on their guaranteed starting spot to garner a way into the event. Ron House earned the press vote while Outlaw Circuit regular Tom Juhl Jr. was the events promoters option.



6th Annual "Victoria 200" Official Results
September 21, 1991 Fin.
Pos. Str.
Pos. Car
# Driver Sponsor Laps
Comp. Money
Won
1 7 44 Frank Cozze Woolston Contruction Co. 200 $17,500
2 4 12J Jack Johnson Nick's Cafe 200 11,173
3 37 100 Ronnie Tobias Sunoco / Davis Tire Sales 200 5,500
4 8 15P Billy Pauch Tabloid Graphics 200 3,562
5 13 31 J.J. Michaels Shue Roofing / Schmidt Trucking 200 4,455
6 10 6 Brett Hearn Freightlinger Trucks of Newburgh 200 1,762
7 21 7x Steve Paine Junell Oil / Turbo Blue / Pabst 200 1,400
8 33 74 Doug Fuller G&R Auto Parts / Fulton Motor Lodge 199 1,300
9 5 30 Jim Mahaney Mahaney Farms / Enders Racing Engines 199 1,200
10 25 14H Duane Howard Economy Supply Corp. / Midway Performance 199 1,275
11 38 26 Dave Camara Camara Slate 199 850
12 2 3J Alan Johnson Beesmer's Furniture / R.P. Speed Equipment 199 750
13 32 73 Doug Worthing Al Gowe's Welding / Tier Fabricators 199 650
14 44 1 Ron House Reymore Chevrolet / J.B. Kent 199 550
15 15 2j Jeff Walton Walton's Farm & Auto Repair / Sunshine Ent. 198 500
16 18 42B Pete Bicknell Pinewood Homes / FGE / Bicknell Racing Products 198 475
17 3 60 Doug Hoffman McAffee Excavating 198 495
18 1 89 Kenny Tremont Tremont Lumber Co. / Madsen Overhead Doors 198 420
19 31 714 Billy Schinkel Ceganick Racing Engines / Hammer's Garage 198 375
20 39 21 Pat Ward Alnye Trucking / Hamilton-Wilber Oil Co. 197 375
21 30 73D Donnie Wetmore Nice N Easy Grocery Shoppes / Kinney Drugs 197 475
22 20 3 Tom Kinsella Tracey Road Equipment / T.H. Kinsella, Inc. 196 350
23 16 99 Roger Phelps Benwood Auto Parts / Beesmer's Furniture 196 350
24 29 7 Steve Hulsizer Podolak Racing 195 350
25 43 38 Vince Quenneville Ryan's Round House / Al's Furniture 195 350
26 45 17D Tom Juhl, Jr. Auto Pros / John Davis Racing Engines 184 350
27 12 A1 Randy Glenski J&J Collision / Red Door North 165 350
28 40 11 Danny Hieber Buck's County Int'l / Scrappy's Auto Service 161 325
29 42 22k Richie Tobias Tobias Speed Equipment 137 325
30 17 32 Lou Michaels Schmidt Trucking / Moshier Racing Engines 134 325
31 6 57 Paul Jensen Gates Cole Insurance / Enders Racing Engines 133 325
32 27 28J Danny Johnson Ryan's Roundhouse 122 325
33 24 69 Bob Trapper Zightning Chassis 114 325
34 19 91 Billy Decker Wheels Discount Auto Supply 113 325
35 36 747 Chip Slocum E United Crane / Edison Generator 100 325
36 22 77x Dale Planck Sports Unlimited / Chuck Bogan Machine 95 325
37 26 24W Rick Wilson Wilson Racing 77 325
38 14 55 Rich Ricci, Jr. Fall Fittings Steel Fabricators 63 325
39 11 36 Roger Laureno Tanner's Dairy Store / Dale's Auto Center 47 325
40 9 19k Kenny Brightbill RSR Graphics / WAGO 1240 Radio 46 325
41 28 714 Gordy Button Wheels Discount Auto Supply / Candid Creations 40 325
42 41 12 John Barker, Jr. North Road Auto Parts / Morrison Perf. 39 325
43 23 56 Bob Podolak Mark's Transportation 36 325
44 34 9P Scott Pursell Ditschman Flemington Ford 27 325
45 35 112 Jeff Rudalavage Pine Line Auto Sales / Gerould Coal & Oil 19 325

LAP LEADERS: Tremont (1-3), J. Johnson (4-33), Hearn (34-39), Pauch (40-44), J. Johnson (45-78), J.J. Michaels (79-120), Cozze (121-200).

HEAT WINNERS: J.J. Michaels, Steve Paine, Roger Phelps, Billy Pauch, Bob Podolak, Roger Laureno, Randy Glenski, Danny Johnson, Lou Michaels, Brett Hearn.

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The 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.

Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate. Advance Sale tickets are currently on sale at the speedway office.

For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.


FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL VICTORIA 200 ALL-STAR RACE QUALIFYING SERIES NEARLY COMPLETE

FULTON, NY – The Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All-Star Race Qualifying Series for the 21st Annual Victoria 200 on September 30 at Fulton Speedway is nearly complete. Only five events remain as of this writing to qualify for the All-Star event.
On September 15, two events will be held; one at Canandaigua Speedway and the other at Penn-Can Speedway in Pennsylvania. On September 23, spots will be awarded at Rolling Wheels Raceway and Little Valley Speedway. The final event to offer a Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star Race spot will be at Fonda Speedway on September 24.
The Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star race is the last chance qualifier for the Victoria 200, held after the heat and consi races. The only drivers eligible to compete in the race will be unqualified Victoria 200 drivers that hold a spot from one of the qualifiers held throughout the summer season. Being a guaranteed starter for the race is much like an insurance policy to help race your way into the $20,000 to win Victoria 200.
Many of the best names in Dirt Modified racing throughout the Northeast currently hold a Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star Race spot, highlighted by 6-time Victoria 200 winner Billy Pauch of Frenchtown, New Jersey. Other names include many of the top Super DIRT Series and Race of Champions Dirt Tour drivers as spots were awarded at all of those events this year.
Fernandez Auto Mall, located on Whiskey Hill Road just off of Route 104 in Wolcott is the official pace car and safety truck provider of Fulton Speedway and the Victoria 200. One lucky fan will win a 4-pack of VIP tickets to the 200 in addition to being able to wave the green flag for the All-Star event, by simply visiting the Fernandez Auto Mall and signing up.
The 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.
Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate. Advance sale tickets are now being sold at the speedway.
For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.

Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All-Star Race Qualifying Series *
As of 9/10/06
Date Track Location Qualifier
Mar. 25 Hagerstown Speedway Hagerstown,MD Brett Hearn
April 8 Fonda Speedway Fonda,NY Mitch Gibbs
May 7 Rolling Wheels Raceway Elbridge,NY Billy Decker
May 7 Rolling Wheels Raceway Elbridge,NY Tim Fuller
May 14 Utica-Rome Speedway Vernon,NY Alan Johnson
May 19 Autodrome Edelweiss Cantley,QUE Pierre Dagenais
May 28 Cayuga Cty Fair Speedway Weedsport,NY Danny Johnson
June 2 Ransomville Speedway Ransomville,NY Scott Kerwin
June 6 Big Diamond Raceway Minersville,PA Billy Pauch
June 14 Lernerville Speedway Sarver,PA Pat Ward
June 15 Susquehanna Speedway Newberrytown,PA Jimmy Horton
June 21 New Egypt Speedway New Egypt,NJ Jim Scherer
June 21 Ransomville Speedway Ransomville,NY Tim McCreadie
June 24 Genesee Speedway Batavia,NY Scott Wood
June 27 Albany-Saratoga Speedway Malta,NY Brian Weaver
July 4 Brockville Ontario Speedway Brockville,ONT Pat O'Brien
July 8 Lebanon Valley Speedway West Lebanon,NY Andy Bachetti
July 9 Cornwall Motor Speedway Cornwall,ONT Dale Planck
July 10 Autodrome Drummond Drummondville,QUE Gary Tomkins
July 13 Orange Cty Fair Speedway Middletown,NY Jeff Heotzler
July 14 Autodrome Granby Granby,QUE Martin Roy
July 15 Autodrome Drummond Drummondville,QUE Kayle Robidoux
July 15 Merrittville Speedway Thorold,ONT Pete Bicknell
July 19 Grandview Speedway Bechtelsville,PA Jimmy Phelps
July 20 5 Mile Point Speedway Kirkwood,NY Jerry Higbie
July 25 Big Diamond Raceway Minersvile,PA Craig VonDohren
July 28 Autodrome Edelweiss Cantley,QUE Mario Clair
July 29 Brockville Ontario Speedway Brockville,ONT Danny O'Brien
July 30 Cornwall Motor Speedway Cornwall,ONT Brian McDonald
July 30 Humberstone Speedway Port Colborne,ONT Adam Ferri
Aug. 1 Penn-Can Speedway Susquehanna,PA Jeff Strunk
Aug. 5 Fulton Speedway Fulton,NY Scott Prentice
Aug. 5 Eldora Speedway Rossburg,OH Steve Paine
Aug. 7 Merrittville Speedway Thorold,ONT Ken Cosgrove
Aug. 9 5 Mile Point Speedway Kirkwood,NY Stewart Friesen
Aug. 10 Canandaigua Speedway Canandaigua,NY Jeff Brownell
Aug. 11 Oshweken Speedway Oshweken,ONT Chad Brachmann
Aug. 16 New Egypt Speedway New Egypt,NJ Frank Cozze
Aug. 20 Utica-Rome Speedway Vernon,NY A.J. Romano
Aug. 30 Brewerton Speedway Brewerton,NY Todd Burley
Sept. 1 Penn-Can Speedway Susquehanna,PA Bobby Trapper
Sept. 1 Brewerton Speedway Brewerton,NY Chuck Bower
Sept. 3 Cayuga Cty Fair Speedway Weedsport,NY Matt Sheppard
Sept. 4 Rolling Wheels Raceway Elbridge,NY Justin Haers
Sept. 9 Lebanon Valley Speedway West Lebanon,NY J.R. Heffner
Sept. 15 Penn-Can Speedway Susquehanna,PA
Sept. 15 Canandaigua Speedway Canandaigua,NY
Sept. 23 Little Valley Speedway Little Valley,NY
Sept. 23 Rolling Wheels Raceway Elbridge,NY
Sept. 24 Fonda Speedway Fonda,NY


VICTORIA200.COM; THE SOURCE FOR ALL VICTORIA 200 INFORMATION

FULTON, NY – Victoria200.com is the official website of Fulton Speedway’s $20,000 to win Victoria 200 for Dirt Modifieds and the entire 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend held September 28-30.
The website features all the latest news, results, race schedules, rules, admission prices, accommodations, and camping information. Printable forms include a Modified driver entry form for the Victoria 200 race, in addition to a lap sponsorship form for the Victoria 200. Lap sponsorships sold are also listed. The Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star Race qualifying series is also highlighted complete with race dates and qualified drivers.
Also featured is the rich 21-year history of the Victoria 200, including an in-depth stats section featuring past finishes, past race stories, past photos, heat winners, halfway leaders, lap leaders, and all-time driver points.
Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.
Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate. Advance sale tickets are currently on sale at the Fulton Speedway track office.
For more information on the 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway, contact (315) 593-6531 or visit www.victoria200.com or the track website at www.fultonspeedway.com.


CAMPING INFORMATION FOR 21ST ANNUAL VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND AT FULTON SPEEDWAY IS RELEASED

FULTON, NY…Camping information for the 21st Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 Weekend held September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway has been released. The traditional main lot area and the inside family camping area will return. Several changes in the camping rules will now be enforced, the State of New York and the County of Oswego mandated many of which.
Port-A-Johns and hand wash stations will be available throughout the facility. No motorized vehicles of any kind including ATV's, Minibikes, & Golf Carts will be allowed at any of the camping areas, pit area or main parking lot. Campfires will be allowed only the size of a 30-inch ring. No large fires will be allowed and no pallets. A noise curfew will be enforced at 1 a.m. each evening.
The weekend fee for Camping is $25 for both areas. The price for tents will be $15 for the weekend. The camping fees will be paid when entering the Fulton Speedway grounds, which can be as early as Thursday morning September 28. Camping will be offered at a first come, first served basis.
For more information regarding Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.

VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND GENERAL CAMPING RULES
All campers and motor homes must be 10 feet apart from the next vehicle.
No motorized vehicles of any kind allowed in camping, pits, & parking lot areas. That includes 4-Wheelers, 3-Wheelers, Golf Carts, Minibikes, & Scooters.
Campfires are allowed only the size of a 30-inch ring. No large fires. No pallets or large items allowed burning. No fires on any blacktop area.
Noise curfew will be enforced at 1am each morning.
All the above rules are mandated by the Oswego County Department of Health.
Anyone that does not comply with the above rules will be removed from the grounds and the Oswego County Sheriff's Department will be contacted if necessary. No refunds of camping fee or race tickets to the people who are asked to leave.

VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND FAMILY CAMPING AREA RULES
(This camping area is located inside the speedway gates along the dragstrip area next to the Oswego River.)
Camping is allowed on the dragstrip or on the island adjacent to the river.
All people entering or exiting the Family Camping Area must have and show a Friday/Saturday general admission ticket or pit pass. The tickets will also be needed to enter the pit or grandstand area.
No fires allowed on blacktop in the dragstrip area.
Please keep noise to a minimum as this is a Family Camping Area.
Please use walkways or driveways to enter grandstand or pit area.
Cost: $25 for the weekend.
Any vehicle coming in the gates with a motorhome will be charged $10 extra.
Please follow all General Camping Rules from above.


Victoria 200 Daily Countdown...September 15, 1990
BILLY PAUCH WINS 5TH CONSECUTIVE VICTORIA 200
By Kevin Kovac Reprinted by permission of Area Auto Racing News

FULTON NY...The odds, almost everyone was saying, had to be against Stockton NJ flyer Billy Pauch winning a 5th consecutive "VICTORIA 200" at the Fulton Speedway on Saturday night.

Realistically, the thought was, how could anyone accomplish such a feat? 1000 straight laps without a single stroke of bad luck? No way could it be done; this had to be they year that luck finally caught up with Pauch, the only 200 champ that Fulton had ever known.

Pauch however, didn't agree with the nay-sayers' assessment of his chances. "The odds (of winning again) are no different than any other year," he said pre-race. "I've got the same odds as anyone else goin' into this race."

Billy's logic was right, his doubters' wrong. In fact, after Pauch passed Jack Johnson with just 24 laps remaining to win his 5th $55,000 -plus "VICTORIA 200" in-a-row on Saturday, the skeptics had to be thinking a new thought: forget about odds - Billy Pauch just isn't meant to lose Fulton's small block spectacular.

That must be the case, considering the way he captured the 200, which was worth an all time race record $16,095 to him. To put it simply, this VICTORIA was Pauch's toughest yet - so tough that it appeared at times that he wouldn't be able to win. His Pete Chesson-owned Barker Bus/Bleeker Plumbing Olsen #76 - a car he debuted at Flemington on August 25th - was never the dominate machine.

Said Pauch afterwards: "Every year they get tougher and tougher. They never get any easier. We've had to work for all five wins." "Work" is what he most definitely had to do on Saturday, since he received another mid-pack starting spot - 22nd in the 42 car field. Pauch, who has never started higher than 16th in the Fulton 200, was forced to thread his way through traffic once again. Traffic, Pauch realized, would be a problem in the 200.

"I don't even know who half the guys in the race were," said Pauch who makes but one Fulton appearance a year. "I had to be careful picking them off."

Pauch had to be especially cautious enroute to the front because his outside groove - the lane which he has literally owned in his past Fulton runs - was virtually useless. All of his passing had to be done using the extreme inside of the track or the middle groove. Still, he got the job done, showing in the top 15 by the 19th lap, the top 10 on lap 25. In the successive circuits he steadily worked his was towards the front. He first moved into the top 5 at the lap 50 point, and then disposed of, in order, Kenny Tremont, Pete Bicknell, and Mike Ricci.

On lap 69, Pauch was 2nd, trailing only the Ryan's Roundhouse Troyer of Danny Johnson, who had lead since lap 38 after starting 13th.

"There were a couple of times," Pauch said of his first-half chase of Johnson, "that I thought I might be able to get him near the end of the first 100. The lapped cars always got in the way though."

Pauch was quickly wiping any smile from his face when the green returned to start the race's 2nd portion, however. After changing gears and tires during the 20 minute break, Billy found himself getting progressively slower as the laps clicked off. He found no bite on the top side and, in the process, lost the 2nd spot to Tremont several laps later.

Pauch regained the place position on lap 116 when Tremont got too low in turn 4 and spun, but he demonstrated no power at all when the race went back to green. Jack Johnson, up from the 40th starting position with Jeff Harrison's CVRA circuit Olsen #F30, suddenly flashed by 2 laps after the restart and pulled away from Pauch - easily.

As the lap counter hit the 130th lap tour, Pauch was looking less- and less like a potential defender of the VICTORIA 200 crown. "I don't know what it is about that half-way point that makes us slower for the second half." he said. "We didn't make any major changes but we just could go at the start of the second 100. I guess it just takes a while to get some heat in the tires."

Obviously, that was one key; Pauch did gradually increase his speed after the lap 140 mark, moving back into contention. Another factor, however was luck - that destined-to-win-the VICTORIA good fortune that continues to shine his light on him.

His big - huge, even - stroke of fantastic racer's luck began to be realized on lap 138, when Danny Johnson, who had a small four-or-five car length edge of Jumpin' Jack at the time, showed white smoke from the engine compartment of his brand new Troyer car.

For one lap, Johnson smoked but continued at full speed. On lap 139, though, he left a trail of moisture between turns one and two, and on the next circuit, DJ pulled off the Speedway surface in turn two, handing the lead to Jack for lap 141.

Danny's elimination was caused by this: the water pump broke on his mod, which sent the fan into the radiator.

It was a terrible stroke of bad luck for Johnson, who had finished 3rd in the '87 VICTORIA 200, but a good stroke for Pauch, for DJ would have been tough to beat. He was running especially stout in his first small block event of 1990, something which he painfully knew.

"The Car," Johnson mourned afterwards, "was perfect. We had made the right changes at the half-way point, and were set for the end. I think I could have beat him (Pauch)."

He never got the chance, though.

Pauch, who moved into 3rd with Johnson's departure and then second on lap 143 after slipping by Mike Ricci on the backstretch, began to come alive at the same time that Danny experienced his race-ending woes. Still, he wasn't sure if he'd be able to challenge the black #28J.

"I was starting to get faster." Pauch appraised, "But I don't know if I could have gotten Danny. He was running real good, real fast. He would've been tough to beat.

"But," Billy added with a smile, "We'll never know if I could have gotten him or not."

What is know, though, was that Pauch grew stronger, and faster, after DJ headed to his trailer. After his pass of Ricci for the 2nd spot of the 143rd lap, Billy closed the gap on Jack Johnson's #F30, moving closer with each lap.

On lap 154, Pauch trailed Jack by 3 seconds. On lap 155, Pauch had closed within 2.7 seconds. By lap 158, as Jack entered lapped traffic, Pauch was just a second behind.

Then the race's 12th caution flag flew on lap 159 to tighten the field, but Pauch was still facing a tough challenge, since Bobby Podolak and Jim Mahaney, both laps down, separated him from Jack. It took Billy till lap 166 to clear the 2 slower cars, which left him a good half-straight behind Jack.

However, that's when Pauch caught another break: J.J. Michaels spun between turns one and two, bringing out the 13th caution of the night - and depositing Pauch squarely on Jack's rear bumper.

The restart came on the 171st tour, and this time, Pauch hung right with Johnson. The duo raced nose to tail on the extreme inside of the turns - the fastest part of the track on this night - and, on lap 174, even touched; Pauch tapped Johnson ever so slightly in turn 2.

The deciding moment of the 200 came on lap 175. At that juncture, Johnson made an almost imperceptible slip out of the low groove exiting turn two, which allowed Pauch, who was right on Johnson's rear, to seize the inside lane. And with that, Pauch exploded off the corner, cleanly blowing by Johnson on the backstretch in the blink of an eye. Pauch was the leader as lap 176 was scored.

Pauch, who said he "didn't even know that Jack (Johnson) was driving the 30 (car) until after the race," was waiting for the opportunity to pass that he took. He knew that on this night, only the inside groove would win the race; the outside, he had discovered, wasn't fast enough.

"I tried the outside a couple of times but couldn't hold it," he said," I'd just hit the slick spots and slide right up towards the wall. The inside was faster tonight.

"I was waiting for him (Jack) to slip up like he did," Pauch explained of the pass for the lead. "He just hit the glaze in (turn) two and slid up just a little bit. All I needed was an inch, and I was by him."

Jack mourned his lost opportunity afterwards.

"We were close but just couldn't beat Billy," Jack said, "I just hit a slick spot and got out of shape a little, I gave Billy the bottom, and he took it. I've gotta give him credit: He's got this place down pat."

Pauch didn't run away to an overwhelming lead in the final 24 circuits; rather, he held a short four-to-five car edge at all times and was slowed by 3 caution flags - on lap 178,186, and 189 - and one red (one lap 179, one lap after the yellow was thrown).

Pauch came across the victor by that margin over Johnson and Bicknell, who pressured Jack for 2nd in those final laps. Pauch was feeling sky-high after his incredible fifth 200-lap win in -a-row (with is 3rd different car owner).

"This is just unbelievable," Pauch said, shaking his head, "I can't believe we've done it. The might've been the toughest, everyone was here!"

Will he make it six-straight in 1991? Pauch, standing by his car after the victory lane ceremonies, held up his hand, extended his fingers, and said, "Now I've gotta start working on this hand," in reference to a victory for each digit.

PIT NOTES: A total of 98-Small Block signed into the pits for the VICTORIA 200...A big crowd - "The best ever (for the VICTORIA)," said race director Eric Kingsley - turned out under overcast conditions. It rained earlier in the day, but stopped by noon.. .Unique draw-for- position procedure went like this: 24 Coke cans were put in a Coke machine with a starting spot underneath. Each driver then pushed the machine's button to dispatch their can...Among the DNQ's were Freedom 76 winner Kenny Brightbill, who looped his Strickler #19 in his heat ( while qualified) and broke the driveshaft in the consi; Steve Paine who failed to put the Sherwood Family #HUr. in the field; Billy Schinkel, who was 5th in all time VICTORIA 200 points entering the day; and Roger Laureno...Also a DNQ was PA's Ray Swinehart. His pain - running in a qualified spot in his consi until being jumped on a restart, and then spun by Ted Lamb - was eased by the fact that he won the Area Auto Racing News Hard Luck Award: a pair of Simpson Racing Shoes.. .Richie Tobias, last year's second place finisher, was off the pace all night. He failed to make it in his heat, qualified in the consi, and made only 75 laps in the feature...Gordy Button won the Gater News Best Appearing Car and Crew award.. .Top first-time Fulton runner was Kenny Tremont; also doing respectable jobs in their initial Fulton runs were Doug Hoffman, Fritz Epright, Duane Howard, and Scott Pursell...

1990 5th Annual "Victoria 200" Official Results
September 15, 1990 Fin.
Pos. Str. Pos. Car # Driver Sponsor Laps Money Won
1 22 76 Billy Pauch Barker Bus Co. 200 $16,345
2 40 F30 Jack Johnson Nick's Cafe / Harrison Slate 200 11,510
3 4 42 Pete Bicknell Pinewood Homes / Bicknell Racing Products 200 6,113
4 3 89 Kenny Tremont Tremont Lumber / Madsen Overhead Doors 200 3,500
5 8 60 Doug Hoffman Coors Extra Gold 200 2,000
6 6 14J Mike Ricci Reclamation, Inc. 200 1,650
7 36 57 Fritz Epright Traction Wholesale Tire Co. 200 1,400
8 11 14 Duane Howard BRB Racing 200 1,300
9 25 57 Paul Jensen Gates-Cole Insurance 200 1,800
10 34 9 Scott Pursell Ditschman / Flemington Ford-Chevy-Pontiac 199 1,275
11 10 3j Chuck Akulis Nice N Easy Grocery Shoppes 199 850
12 21 31 J.J. Michaels Shue Roofing / Schmidt Trucking 199 750
13 24 74 Doug Fuller Fulton Motor Lodge / G&R Auto Parts 198 650
14 38 30 Jim Maheney Enders Racing Engines 197 550
15 12 7 Dave Witte None Given 196 500
16 1 88 Jeff Strunk Schaeffer's Family Restaurant 196 495
17 27 1c Craig VonDohren B&F General Machine, Inc. 196 425
18 39 15 Marcel LaFrance Bert Transmission / LaFrance Performance 196 375
19 28 10 Jim Johnson Borello Racing 195 375
20 31 406 Rich Ricci, Jr. Fall Fittings Steel Fabricators 195 375
21 18 555 Ronnie Tobias Barnett's Landscaping 193 375
22 6 7 Bobby Podolak None Given 184 350
23 2 17D Dale Porreca Son-Tile / Privacy Pines Nursery 183 350
24 31 73d Donnie Wetmore Nice N Easy Grocery Shoppes 178 699
25 15 99 Roger Phelps Benwood Auto Parts / Beesmer's Furniture 176 350
26 30 1A Dick Marcinko Jessup Auto / Kneisel's Speed Sport 172 350
27 23 24k Rick Wilson M.J. Robinson Trucking 142 350
28 13 28J Danny Johnson Ryan's Roadhouse Express / Brooks Gravely 140 4,409
29 33 77x Dale Planck Sports Unlimited / National Parts Peddler 103 325
30 9 5 Bobby Holland Pachy's Firewood / Holland Trucking 100 325
31 14 86 Chip Slocum Tabloid Graphics 96 325
32 32 21 Pat Ward Woodside Farm 95 325
33 35 17 Richie Tobias Tobias Speed Equipment 75 325
34 39 L82 Ted Lamb, Jr. Taylor Oil / Ryan S.E. / Del Otsego Rail Road 70 325
35 28 M1 Mike Colsten A-1 Body Shop 66 325
36 18 3 Tom Kinsella Tracey Road Equipment 52 325
37 41 11 Danny Hieber Bucks County International, Inc. 42 325
38 21 32 Lou Michaels Schmidt Trucking / Ford & Bryant 37 325
39 11 714 Gordy Button Wheels Discount Auto Supply Stores 29 425
40 16 83 Smokey Warren Blatt's Pattern Shop / Mt. View Garage 18 325
41 42 1 Ron House Coors Extra Gold / Reymore Chevrolet 8 325
42 7 14J Alan Johnson R.P. LeFrois / Conley Farms 2 325

LAP LEADERS: Strunk (1), Bicknell (2-38), D. Johnson (39-139), J. Johnson (140-174), Pauch (175-200).

HEAT WINNERS: Jeff Strunk, Kenny Tremont, Roger Phelps, Bob Podolak, Pete Bicknell, Lou Michaels, Mike Ricci, and J.J. Michaels.

CONSI WINNERS: Rich Ricci Jr., Donnie Wetmore, Pat Ward,and Dale Planck.

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The 21st annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.

Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate.

For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.


Victoria 200 Daily Countdown...
September 24, 1989
"BILLY THE KID" MAKES IT FOUR VICTORIA 200 WINS IN A ROW


FULTON, NY - It was the fourth ever Fulton Speedway Victoria 200 on September 24,1989, but the end result was the same. Billy Pauch recorded his fourth straight Victoria 200 win on the Fulton Speedway high banks on this night, much to the amazement of everyone.

Donnie Wetmore and Jim Mahaney led the huge Victoria 200 starting field down to the nights initial green flag. Wetmore raced out to the early lead, but it was a short lived one though as Mahaney led the field on lap four. Mahaney would lead through lap 15, when Wetmore regained the top spot.

Dale Planck became the third leader of the race on lap 54. Pauch started to move to the front and took the lead away from Planck on lap 60. And Pauch would continue to lead through the end of the first 100 lap segment in search of his fourth straight win.

Rich Ricci Jr. came charging from the fourth position at the start of the final 100 lap segment to take the lead away from Pauch. Bob Podolak was another driver on the move in the second half and Podolak came away with the lead on lap 117. Through lap 150 Ricci and Podolak swapped the lead on numerous occasions.

Pauch came from third to first in five circuits and with 155 laps complete Pauch regained the lead. Richie Tobias started to make a late race charge and with ten laps to go was right behind Pauch. But, Pauch held on for his fourth straight win in the Fulton Speedway classic.

Richie Tobias, Rich Ricci Jr., Podolak and Mike Ricci completed the top five finishers in the fourth ever Victoria 200. Rain on Saturday forced the entire program to be completed on Sunday with the support division races being rescheduled to the following weekend.

4th Annual Victoria 200
September 24, 1989 Fin. Start Car # Driver Laps Comp. $$$ Won
1 16 126 Billy Pauch 200 13,570 *
2 23 17 Richie Tobias 200 5,000
3 4 406 Rich Ricci, Jr. 200 3,750 *
4 38 M1 Bob Podolak 200 3,205 *
5 10 14J Mike Ricci 200 1,725 *
6 1 30 Jim Mahaney 200 1,930 *
7 13 12 John Barker, Jr. 200 1,200
8 7 555 Ronnie Tobias 200 1,000
9 15 99 Roger Phelps 200 900
10 18 L82 Ted Lamb, Jr. 200 1,095 *
11 17 21 Charlie Davis 199 750
12 20 11 John Phelps 199 650
13 27 714 Gordy Button @ 198 825 *
14 39 4L Nick Lazzaro @ 198 500
15 33 771 Joe Sobotka 197 475
16 26 1A Dick Marcinko 196 450
17 11 83 Smokey Warren 196 425
18 22 2J Jeff Walton @ 195 350
19 19 25R John Ramsey @ 194 350
20 41 63 Bob Savoie 184 350
21 14 30 Randy Masser 178 375 *
22 21 57 Paul Jensen 161 375 *
23 29 24K Rick Wilson 158 375 *
24 12 78 Randy Fortna 149 350
25 5 31 J.J. Michaels 137 375 *
26 8 77x Dale Planck 129 630 *
27 42 74 Doug Fuller 110 350
28 28 1 Ron House @ 102 350
29 34 15 Marcel LaFrance 94 300
30 24 25 Howie Finch @ 92 300
31 2 73D Donnie Wetmore 87 1,470 *
32 31 88 Jeff Strunk @ 82 325 *
33 30 96 Dave Reilley @ 74 325 *
34 37 714 Billy Schinkel 68 300
35 32 026 Newt Hartman @ 48 300
36 3 33L Ray Swinehart @ 42 300
37 6 28 Randy Glenski 41 300
38 40 00 Leroy Hurlbut 33 300
39 35 82S Roy Shields @ 24 300
40 25 41 Bobby Puckett 22 300
41 9 95 Larry Radney @ 20 300
42 36 73 Doug Worthing 9 300

RACE SUMMARY 4th ANNUAL VICTORIA 200
Lap Leaders: Wetmore 1-3, Mahaney 4-15, Wetmore 16-53, Planck 54-59, Pauch 60-100, R. Ricci 101-117, Podolak 118-119, R. Ricci 120-126, Podolak 127-130, R. Ricci 131-133, Podolak 134, R. Ricci 135, Podolak 136-154, Pauch 155-200.

Total Laps Lead: Pauch 83, Wetmore 42, Ricci 28, Podolak 26, Mahaney 13, Planck 8.
14 Lead Changes among 6 drivers
* Includes prizes, contingencies, and lap money.
@ "Victoria 200" Rookie.

Heat Winners: Paul Jensen, Smokey Warren, J.J. Michaels, Jim Mahaney, Donnie Wetmore, Dale Planck, Billy Pauch, Ted Lamb,Jr.

Consi Winners: Rick Wilson, Dave Reilley, Jeff Strunk, Newt Hartman.
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The 21st annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.

Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate.

For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.


Victoria 200 Daily Countdown...
September 25, 1988
UNBELIEVABLE PAUCH PULLS OFF THE VICTORIA 200 HAT TRICK


FULTON, NY...For an amazing third straight time, Billy Pauch from Stockton, New Jersey bested a stellar field of Small Block Modifieds to capture the "VICTORIA 200" at Fulton Speedway, the "Outlaw Track". The victory was worth $11,944 and Pauch remains as the only driver to win the prestigious event.

Billy Schinkel raced to the head of the pack at the start of the richest Small Block Modified race in the nation. He was pursued in the early stages by Randy Glenski and Jack Johnson. Glenski took the lead from Schinkel while Johnson soon dropped out. Glenski maintained the lead until he was involved in a crash on the backstretch while holding a large lead.

The next driver to assume command was Bob Holland. The Fulton, New York driver shocked the big dollar teams by stretching a huge margin over the field. The closest driver to him was Toby Tobias Jr., nearly a straightaway behind. Holland's great drive came to an end when he lost the handle in turn four, losing a lap in the process.

That moved Tobias into the lead with Paul Jensen and Billy Pauch in to w. The Racing was incredible behind Tobias with drivers racing four wide while swapping positions. One of the drivers who was dicing it out throughout the pack was Fulton Co-Track Champion Mike Arminio. He stuck to the low groove while picking off cars one at a time. He then moved in to challenge Tobias for the lead.

Arminio took the lead on lap 73, which was worth $300 courtesy of William. Chester Farms. Tobias stayed with him and regained the lead five laps later, only to lose it again on the next circuit. On lap 80 Tobias and Pauch got together, resulting in a Tobias spin. Ronnie Tobias took advantage of the situation to move into second with Pauch, Pat Ward and Mike Ricci following.

The elder Tobias then went to work on the high side of Arminio and took the lead on lap 86. Pauch followed Tobias into second as they approached the $1,000 halfway lap. The two drivers took the high line with Arminio down low as they raced to the completion of the first 100 laps. Tobias held off the challenges to pocket the $ 1,000 put up by Halsey Machinery in Mexico, New York.

At that point the red flag was displayed and the cars reported to the pit area to refuel and make changes. The fans were then treated to a Monster Truck car crushing display by Rambo during the break in the action.

When the race resumed for the completion of the second 100 laps it was once again Ronnie Tobias on top with Pauch close behind. Pauch made his bid for the lead pay off on lap 110 and grabbed the top spot away from Tobias. He then opened a commanding lead over the remainder of the 44 car field.

The top three of Pauch, Tobias and Arminio remained the same for quite some time with some more great racing going on behind them. Pat Ward, Mike Ricci and Paul Jensen battled it out for fourth, swapping positions on numerous occasions. By lap 150 all eyes were on the other Fulton Co-Track Champion Jim Mahaney. The Kings Ferry, New York driver was flying around the top side of the track and by lap 156 he had moved past Arminio for third. Those two drivers were involved in two separate battles, the one for third and the one for who would get the 1988 Tobias Small Block Modified that would go to the highest finishing Fulton regular.

Mahaney began to reel in the leaders when misfortune struck. While attempting to move past lapped car Toby Tobias Jr., the two came together down the backstretch in a crash that nearly sent Tobias out of the ball park, with Mahaney making heavy contact with the wall, ending his great race. With 30 laps to go it was still Pauch in front by a large margin. Arminio had moved past Tobias for second with Billy Schinkel and Paul Jensen close behind. Jensen dropped from the race on lap 174 moving Ricci back into the top five. The top five of Pauch, Arminio, Tobias, Schinkel and Mike Ricci remained that way throughout the closing laps.

Pauch saw his lead evaporate on lap 197 when the yellow flag flew, thus putting Arminio within striking distance. Pauch however ran away once again and cruised to the victory by a comfortable margin over Arminio. Ricci made a tremendous move on the final lap to pass both Schinkel and Tobias to finish third. Tobias was fourth with Schinkel fifth at the finish.

The win for Pauch was his third consecutive "VICTORIA 200" conquest, giving him the "hat trick". He remains the only driver to have ever won the race. Arminio's second place finish made him the highest finishing Fulton regular and he took home the $ 17,000 Tobias Small Block Modified that was given away by Fulton Speedway.

Rounding out the top ten finishers were Roger Phelps, John Barker Jr., Ward, Chuck Whitford and Bob Podolak. The race paid out a whopping $61,240 in cash and prizes to its 44 competitors.

Four consolation races were held on Sunday, the second day of qualifying. There were captured by Smokey Warren, Leroy Hurlbut, Marcel Lafrance and Mike Ricci. The two non-qualifiers races found Bob Podolak and Mike Noto in victory lane. They then had the option of taking the $600 winners share or forfeiting it and taking a starting spot in the "VICTORIA 200" Podolak took the spot and Noto took the cash.

Podolak was followed by Tom Juhl Jr., Shawn George, Mike Root and Charlie Davis in the first non-qualifier. The second one found Sam Reakes Sr., Ron Mawson, Dave Gerhart and Gary Griffin trailing Noto at the finish.

"VICTORIA 200" NOTES...The top four finishers came from deep in the pack. Pauch (30th), Arminio (25th), Ricci (34th) and Tobias (24th)...Pauch, Arminio, Schinkel and Roger Phelps have finished in the top ten in each of the three "VICTORIA 200's" that have been run...Pat Ward has registered back to back 8th place finishes in his two outings.. .Roger Laureno made the longest journey of the weekend. He left his Staten Island, New York home on Thursday and drove to Rochester, Indiana to pick up his motor. He then turned around and drove straight to Fulton, arriving late Friday evening, putting in the motor on Saturday morning so he could compete...Pauch's three wins have earned him nearly $40,000.. .A total of 264 cars took part in the "VICTORIA 200" Weekend. 99 Small Block Modifieds entered the race, four of which were no shows...A total of $86,142 in cash and prizes was distributed to the "VICTORIA 200" Weekend competitors in all classes.

1988 "Victoria 200" Official Finish
September 25, 1988 Fin.
Pos. Str.
Pos. Car # Driver Hometown Laps
Comp. $ Won $
1 30 126 Billy Pauch Stockton, NJ 200 11,944*
2 25 46 Mike Arminio Amsterdam, NY 200 23,301*
3 34 14J Mike Ricci New Paltz, NY 200 3,022*
4 24 1240 Ronnie Tobias Lebanon, PA 200 3,657*
5 2 714 Billy Schinkel Pottsville, PA 200 1,899
6 15 99 Roger Phelps Fulton, NY 200 1,805*
7 22 12 John Barker, Jr. Mexico, NY 200 1,225*
8 7 14W Pat Ward Genoa, NY 200 1,047*
9 5 36 Chuck Whitford Oswego, NY 200 950*
10 44 28 Bob Podolak Auburn, NY 199 920*
11 32 83 Smokey Warren Jonestown, PA 199 672*
12 43 406R Rich Ricci, Jr. New Paltz, NY 199 550*
13 13 42 Pete Bicknell St. Catherines, ONT 199 575*
14 23 4 John Podolak Jordan, NY 198 400
15 38 22 Bob Savoie Brodalbin, NY 198 375
16 41 74 Doug Fuller Edwards, NY 198 350
17 9 L82 Ted Lamb, Jr. Cooperstown, NY 197 300
18 36 77x Dale Planck Homer, NY 197 250
19 31 J Jim Bagley Landesdale, PA 196 250
20 27 10c Jimmy Cathers Harmony, NJ 196 250
21 27 59 George Suprick Clarks Summit, PA 195 250
22 40 84 Dave Heaslip Smith Falls, ONT 195 250
23 21 77D Dale Stettler East Stroudsburg, PA 189 272*
24 6 5 Bobby Holland Fulton, NY 179 1283*
25 34 15L Marcel LaFrance Cornwall, ONT 178 297
26 37 1x John Phelps Mexico, NY 178 250
27 14 86 Roger Laureno Staten Island, NY 178 250
28 1 57 Paul Jensen Edmeston, NY 173 350*
29 18 30 Jim Mahaney King Ferry, NY 160 200
30 11 17 Toby Tobias, Jr. Lebanon, PA 159 475*
31 33 00 Leroy Hurlburt Mexico, NY 156 222*
32 8 4x Davey Wenger Myerstown, PA 156 200
33 20 3 Mike McCarthy Auburn, NY 136 200
34 10 1 Tom Mayberry Sellersville, PA 126 200
35 29 73D Donnie Wetmore Weedsport, NY 119 200
36 19 41A Alan Johnson Phelps, NY 74 222*
37 28 5x George Watson Scranton, PA 62 200
38 16 30x Randy Masser Hegins, PA 49 222*
39 42 24 Mike Hulsizer Bridgeport, NY 25 200
40 17 771 Joe Sobotka Parish, NY 25 200
41 12 1A Dick Marcinko Jessup, PA 25 222*
42 4 R17 Randy Glenski Clinton, NY 14 431*
43 3 98 Jack Johnson Duanesburg, NY 11 200
44 26 41 Bobby Puckett Moosic, PA 1 700*

RACE SUMMARY
Lap Leaders: Schinkel 1-7, Glenski 81-14, Holland 15-58, T. Tobias 59-72, Arminio 73-77, T. Tobias 78, Arminio 79-85, R. Tobias 86-109, Pauch 110-200.

Total Laps Led: Schinkel 7, Glenski 7, Holland 44, T. Tobias 15, Arminio 12, R. Tobias 24, Pauch 91.
*Includes prizes, contingencies, and lap money.

HEAT WINNERS: Dale Stettler, Randy Masser, Alan Johnson, Ronnie Tobias, Dick Marcinko, Bobby Holland, Pat Ward, Randy Glenski.

SMALL BLOCK MODIFIED HEAT RESULTS from 9/24/88

HEAT #1: DALE STETTLER, Roger Phelps, Billy Schinkel / Mike Arminio, Nick Lazzaro, Hugh Campbell, Dave Gerhart, Scott Landers, Sam Reakes Sr., Charlie Davis, Jimmy Chester, Bill Kurd.

HEAT #2: RANDY MASSER, Pete Bicknell, Mike McCarthy/ Smokey Warren, Bobby Puckett, Mike Ricci, Mike Noto, Ron Mawson, Rich Ricci, Ron House, Dave House, Newt Hartman.

HEAT #3: ALAN JOHNSON, Jim Mahaney, Toby Tobias Jr. / Shawn George, Jim Cathers, Barry Poitras, Brett Hearn, Dick Longstreet, Ed Karwaski, Mark Shadwell, Kevin Grenga, Paul Badell.

HEAT #4: RONNIE TOBIAS, Jack Johnson, Tom Mayberry / Bob Savoie, J.J. Michaels, Tom Juhl Jr., Mark Weaver, Danny Johnson, John Kollar, Billy Pauch, Gary Griffin.

HEAT #5: DICK MARCINKO, Roger Laureno, Paul Jensen / Sam Reakes Jr., Mike Perrotte, Tim Falter, George Suprick, George Watson, Jeff Walton, Ray Swinehart, John Knapp.

HEAT #6: BOB HOLLAND, Davey Wenger, Ted Lamb Jr. / Stan Samul, Dale Planck, Dave Heaslip, Kim Duell, Skip Mackenzie, Richard Dawson, Dave Bartlett. DNS: Todd McManus.

HEAT #7: PAT WARD, John Podolak, Joe Sobotka / Marcel Lafrance, John Phelps, Doug Fuller, Leroy Hurlbut, Bill Shire, Mike Root, Joel Thomas, Tom Faulkner. DNS: Danny Johnson.

HEAT #8:RANDY GLENSKI, John Barker Jr., Chuck Whitford / Larry Welling, Mike Hulsizer, John Cunningham, Donnie Wetmore, Jim Bagley, Crash Nash, Steve Gates.

The slash mark (/) separates the qualified cars from the non-qualified cars.

SMALL BLOCK MODIFIED CONSI RESULTS

CONSI #1: SMOKEY WARREN, Dale Planck, Dave Heaslip / Mike Perrotte, Bob Podolak, Barry Poitras, Eddie Karwaski, Tom Faulkner, Skip Mackenzie, Johnny Kollar, Jeff Walton, Sam Reakes Jr., Kim Duell. DNS: Brett Hearn, Crash Nash, Todd McManus.

CONSI #2: LEROY HURLBUT, John Phelps, Doug Fuller / Mark Weaver, Shawn George, Stan Samul, Tom Juhl Jr., Charlie Davis, Jimmy Chester, Bill Shire, Mike Root, John Cunningham, Howard Singer. DNS: J.J. Michaels, Newt Hartman, Bill Kurd.

CONSI #3: MARCEL LAFRANCE, Bob Savoie, Mike Hulsizer / Hugh Campbell, Larry Welling, Dave Ger-hart, Scott Landers, Ron Mawson, Dave Bartlett, Paul Badell, Sam Reakes Sr., Gary Griffin. DNS: Ron House, Dave House, Danny Johnson.

CONSI #4: MIKE RICCI, George Suprick, Rich Ricci Jr. / Dick Longstreet, Louie Michaels, Mike Noto, Ray Swinehart, John Knapp, Nick Lazzaro, Kevin Grenga, Steve Gates. DNS: Tim Falter, Richard Dawson, Mark Shadwell, Joel Thomas.

SMALL BLOCK MODIFIED NON-QUALIFIERS RESULTS

1st NON-QUALIFIER: BOB PODOLAK, Tom Juhl Jr., Shawn George, Mike Root, Charlie Davis, Tom Faulkner, Stan Samul, Barry Poitras, Jimmy Chester, Eddie Karwaski, Mark Weaver, Bill Shire, Kim Duell, Skip Mackenzie, John Cunningham, Mike Perrotte, Crash Nash, Howard Singer, Sam Reakes Jr.

2nd NON-QUALIFIER: MIKE NOTO, Sam Reakes Sr., Ron Mawson, Dave Gerhart, Gary Griffin, Nick Lazzaro, Ray Swinehart, Paul Badell, Kevin Grenga, Scott Landers, John Knapp, Dick Longstreet, Hugh Campbell, Louie Michaels, Dave Bartlett, Steve Gates, Larry Welling.
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The 21st annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.

Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate.

For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.


HEARN GOING FOR BROKE AT FULTON’S VICTORIA 200

FULTON, NY – Brett Hearn from Sussex, NJ has over 700 career DIRT Modified feature wins all over the United States, but the one track and race that has been a thorn in his side for his entire career is Fulton Speedway and the $20,000 to win Victoria 200.
Hearn has never won a feature race at Fulton, let alone the Victoria 200. Having finished second in 2002 and 2004, and a strong fifth place finish in 2005, you’d think Hearn would be happy with that. No, not exactly.
In 2001, Hearn was simply dominating the Victoria 200, leading laps 40-106 when he made a rare $20,000 error that still haunts him to this day. Coming out of turn four, he clipped an infield marker tire, ripping off his left front tire and putting him out of the race.
Hearn will be loaded for bear and prepared for this season’s Victoria 200 held on September 30. According to his pre-entry form, he will bring two of his Madsen Motorsports, Wentworth Construction No. 20 TEO Pro Car chassis machines powered by Enders motors. Will this be the year? Only time will tell.
Hearn will be joined by the greatest DIRT Modified drivers in the northeast in search of the $20,000 top prize plus lap money and contingencies. Drivers recently submitting early pre-entry forms include 6-time Victoria 200 champion Billy Pauch, Andy Bachetti, Gary Tomkins, and Matt DeLorenzo.
Entries continue to come into the Fulton Speedway office on a daily basis. The deadline for the cheaper Victoria 200 entry fee for Modifieds of $50 is this Saturday September 16. After Saturday, the entry fee goes up to $80. Entry forms are available at http://www.fultonspeedway.com/victoria200/entryform.html
The 21st annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.
Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate.
For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.


LAP SPONSORSHIPS FOR 21ST ANNUAL VICTORIA 200 AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SALE NOW AND GOING FAST

FULTON, NY – Lap sponsorships for the $20,000 to win Victoria 200 for the Dirt Modifieds at Fulton Speedway on September 30 are on sale now. 100% of the funds collected will go to the driver leading each individual lap of the rich fall classic that draws only the best drivers in all of Modified racing.
Laps are being sold for a minimum of $25 each, and any individual lap can pay more if the sponsor wishes. Lap sponsorships are a great way to help the drivers with their expenses that put on the excitement of 3-4 wide racing all the way around the 3/8-mile clay high banks of the speedway.
Many lap sponsorships offer a great way to get a simple message out to all attendees, including drivers, sponsors, and fans. All lap sponsorships will be read over the Fulton Speedway public address system several times during the weekend. In addition, the complete list of lap sponsors will be listed in the official souvenir Victoria 200 program.
Multiple laps are worth more than the minimum of $25. Lap 61 will pay $61.61 In Memory of Richie Evans, while Lap 68 will pay a TBA amount In Memory of Alex Friesen from his family and many friends. Many laps also wish good luck to all drivers or a favorite driver.
Cash or checks are accepted, and checks need to be made payable to Fulton Speedway and mailed to 1603 County Route 57, Fulton, NY 13069.
A printable Victoria 200 Lap Sponsorship form is available online at http://www.fultonspeedway.com/victoria200/lapsponsorship.html. The complete listing with amount for each lap, updated daily, of all sold laps will also be available at www.fultonspeedway.com/victoria200/lapssold.html. Advertising is also being accepted for the Victoria 200 program.
The 21st annual Victoria 200 Weekend is scheduled for September 28-30 at Fulton Speedway. Thursday September 28 will kick off the weekend with hot lap sessions for all divisions plus a pitside party. Friday September 29 will offer Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman Super DIRT Series presented by 2007 Motorsports Expo/Gater Racing News, Pro Stock Super DIRT Series sponsored by Leaf Racewear, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock feature plus Modified Hot Laps.
Saturday September 30 is for the entire Victoria 200 race program including heat races, consi races, Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star last chance race, and the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday October 1 has been reserved as the weekend raindate.
For more information, contact the speedway office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com.


September 27, 1987
PAUCH WINS FULTON'S "VICTORIA 200" FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR


Fulton, NY...Billy Pauch took the lead from Donnie Wetmore on lap 176 and went on to win his second straight "VICTORIA 200", Sunday September 27, 1987 at Fulton Speedway. The win was worth $13,423 for the Stockton, New Jersey driver.

The race featured many tremendous battles from start to finish. After a 10 lap battle with Kenny Bell, Roger Phelps took command of the race in the early stages. Phelps held top slot until lap 39 when first lap leader Bob Podolak grabbed the lead. The Podolak lead was short lived however as Danny Johnson, who started 20th took over on lap 42.

Johnson was maintaining the low groove while fighting off an array of challengers, including Marcel Lafrance, Phelps, Pauch and Donnie Wetmore, who all chose the high side of the speedway. Lafrance, in an impressive early run, tried to move around the Ryan's Express #28 of Johnson, but to no avail.

The top five never remained constant as the impressive field of Small Block Modifieds diced it out lap after lap. Pauch began his assault on the lead when he moved into second on the 65th lap.

At the conclusion of the first 100 laps Danny Johson was still the leader and picked up the $1,000 bonus from Homer's Automoitve. He was followed by Mike Ricci, Pauch, Mike Arminio and Phelps. At this time the race was stopped and the cars were sent to the pits to refuel and make other adjustments. The Late Model feature was then run. The race didn't make it the scheduled 50 laps as unexpected rains brought a halt to the race after 29 laps.

The rain eventually stopped but it sent the various crew chiefs scrambling for the right set up for the final 100 laps. As was expected, the complexion of the race changed in the second half.

Pauch wasted no time in getting the lead from Johnson on lap 103. Meanwhile the man on the move was Donnie Wetmore.
Wetmore, 1987 Fulton Track Champion, faded late in the first half of the race after running strong early. The crew made adjustments during the break and had the Chester Farms #M1 in top form for the second 100 laps.

He moved past Johnson on lap 110 to take over second and then went to work on leader Pauch. With 50 laps remaining Pauch and Wetmore had opened a huge margin over Jimmy Horton, now third, Johnson and John Barker Jr.

As the two worked through lapped traffic, Pauch went high on lap 155 and Wetmore took the lead. They then staged a classic battle with Wetmore riding the high side and Pauch running down low as they ran away from the field.

A lap 176 restart saw Pauch regain the lead in his Keystone Pretzel machine. He then switched grooves, moving up high and opening up a commanding lead over the stellar field.

From then on it was all Pauch as he cruised to his second consecutive "VICTORIA 200" win. Wetmore finished second, with Danny Johnson third, Mike Arminio fourth and John Barker Jr. fifth. Rich Ricci Jr., Jimmy Horton, Pat Ward, Billy Schinkel and Roger Phelps rounded out the top ten.

As was the case all year long in Fulton's Late Model division, it was L.D. Bezner scoring the win. Bezner won his 18th feature of the year.

Bob Goutermout took the lead from the pole and was challenged by Jeff Walton and Bezner, who started tenth. Bezner moved into second on lap seven and then into the lead just one lap later.

On the 29th lap an unexpected rain storm fell and the decision was made, to throw the checker. Following Bezner across the stripe were Ken Updike in a great run, Al Waldron, Walton and Goutermout. Russ Lyons, Louie Michaels, Jim Smith, Mike Mundweiler and Tim Ryan completed the top ten finishers.

Four Small Block Modified Consi's were run earlier in the afternoon. They were won by Jim Mahaney, Chuck Whitford, John Podolak and Mike Hulsizer.

The two non-qualifiers races found Dale Stettler and Dave Lape in Victory Lane. By winning these two races Stettler and Lape had the choice of taking the $600 for the win or starting in the rear of the 40 car field for the "VICTORIA 200". Both drivers elected to keep the money and forfeit their chance to get into the "VICTORIA 200" starting grid.

2nd Annual Victoria 200 Official Finish
September 27, 1987
Fin. Str. Car No. Driver/Hometown Laps $$ Won $$
1 18 126 Billy Pauch/Stockton,NJ 200 $13,123*
2 8 8 Donnie Wetmore/Weedsport,NY 200 $6,072*
3 20 28j Danny Johnson/Clifton Springs,NY 200 $5,634*
4 13 46 Mike Arminio/Amsterdam,NY 200 $2,250*
5 14 12 John Barker,Jr./Mexico,NY 200 $2,125*
6 23 406R Rich Ricci,Jr./New Paltz,NY 200 $1,650*
7 15 85 Jimmy Horton/Folsom,NJ 200 $1,100*
8 22 28 Pat Ward/King Ferry,NY 199 $1,025*
9 33 714 Billy Schinkel/Pottsville,PA 199 $800
10 5 99 Roger Phelps/Fulton,NY 199 $1,512*
11 12 1m Tom Mayberry/Sellersville,PA 199 $650
12 29 82 Ted Lamb,Jr./Cooperstown,NY 199 $550
13 37 12t Ronnie Tobias/Rexmont,PA 199 $475
14 21 z28 Dave Donath/Syracuse,NY 198 $580*
15 30 15L Marcel LaFrance/St. Alberts,ONT 198 $375
16 23 406 Mike Ricci/Highland,NY 197 $350
17 10 41 Davey Wenger/Myerstown,PA 197 $300
18 16 x27 Barry Poitras/Gananougue,ONT 197 $250
19 9 86 Roger Laureno/Staten Island,NY 197 $250
20 34 14j Jackie Brown/Kingston,NY 196 $250
21 17 42 Pete Bicknell/St. Catherines,ONT 196 $350*
22 19 15 Mike Root/Lakeland,NY 194 $250  23
32 37 Dave Adams/Oakford,PA 192 $350*
24 4 O9 Kenny Bell/Pennellville,NY 185 $445*
25 27 4 John Podolak/Jordan,NY 164 $250
26 26 36 Chuck Whitford/Oswego,NY 160 $250
27 11 35 Lash Camenga/Edmeston,NY 156 $250
28 28 24 Mike Hulsizer/Bridgeport,NY 142 $250
29 6 22 Chip Slocum/Trenton,NJ 138 $200
30 36 51 Sam Reakes,Sr./Brewerton,NY 127 $200
31 35 5 Tim Gareau,Jr/Fulton,NY 115 $200
32 40 3n Mike Nicholas/Lebanon,PA 112 $200
33 31 O7 Mark Shadwell/Hamilton,ONT 77 $200
34 3 40 Tony Buffa,Jr./Central Square,NY 74 $200
35 25 30 Jim Mahaney/King Ferry,NY 69 $200
36 38 115 Jack Follweiler/Kempton,PA 49 $200
37 1 7 Bob Podolak/Auburn,NY 41 $320* 
38 2 57 Paul Jensen/Edmeston,NY 36 $200
39 7 1x John Phelps/New Haven,NY 27 $200
40 39 2h Paul Richards/Flemington,NJ 16 $200
*Includes prizes, contingencies, and lap money.

LAP LEADERS: 1 Bob Podolak, 2-7 Kenny Bell, 8-10 Roger Phelps, 11-12 Kenny Bell, 13-31 Roger Phelps, 40-41 Bob Podolak, 42-102 Danny Johnson, 103-154 Billy Pauch, 155-175 Donnie Wetmore, 176-200 Billy Pauch.
9 Lead Changes among 6 drivers.

VICTORIA 200 CONSOLATION RESULTS
Consolation #1: JIM MAHANEY, Ted Lamb Jr., Billy Schinkel, / Ronnie Tobias, George Suprick, Chris Gravius, Paul Richards, Skip Mackenzie, Rick Wilson, Dale Marsteller, George Watson, Gary Donahue, DNS: Dave Lape, Charlie Donk, John Moravec, Gary Griffin.

Consolation #2: CHUCK WHITFORD, Marcel LaFrance, Jackie Brown / Rick Crane, Dale Stettler, Merv Winfield, Jeff West, Mickey Healy, Tom Juhl, Kevin Berger, Duane "Deek" Decker, Leroy Hurlbut, DNS: Eddie Haenelt, Doug Worthing, Chip Wood.

Consolation #3: JOHN PODOLAK, Mark Shadwell, Tim Gareau / Doug Fuller, Jack Follweiler, Mike Brenner, Dick-Marcinko, Tom Faulkner, Carl Kleinsteuber, Eddie O'Neil, Scott Gates, DNS: Gary Hubbard, Ovide Doiron, Mike Perrotte, Sam Reakes Jr.

Consolation #4: MIKE HULSIZER, Dave Adams, Sam Reakes Sr. / Tim Faulter, Dick Longstreet, Stan Samul, Jeff Rudalvage, Mike Nicholas, Crash Nash, Nick Lazzaro, Dick Horning, Mike Conway, Fran Hilton, Hugh Campbell, DNS: Lany Cole.

Results of the VICTORIA 200 Non-Qualifiers Race
Race #1: DALE STETTLER, Leroy Hurlbut, Rick Wilson, Merv Winfield, Rick Crane, Skip Mackenzie, Chris Gravius, Tom Juhl, Mickey Healy, Dale Marsteller, Kevin Berger, Hugh Campbell George Suprick, Jeff West, George Watson, Gary Donahue.

Race #2: DAVE LAPE, Doug Fuller, Dick Marcinko, Mike Brenner, Tim Faulter, Stan Samul, Crash Nash, Tom Faulkner, Dick Homing, Eddie O'Neil, Mike Conway, Dick Longstreet, Jeff Rudalavage, Scott Gates, Nick Lazzaro, Fran Hilton.
(/ splits the qualified cars from non-qualfied.

VICTORIA 200" Qualifying Heats 9/26/87 Results:
Heat #1: DANNY JOHNSON, Pete Bicknell, Chip Slocum/ Dave Lape, Chris Gravius, Charlie Donk, George Suprick, Skip Mackenzie, Gary Griffin, George Watson.

Heat #2: TOM MAYBERRY, Rich Ricci Jr., John Phelps/ Billy Schinkel, Ted Lamb Jr., Jim Mahaney, John Moravec, Gary Donahue, Rick Wilson, Dale Marsteller.

Heat #3: JIMMY HORTON, Kenny Bell, Mike Arminio/ Eddie Haenelt, Dale Stettler, Mickey Healy, Rick Crane, Jeff West, Merv Winfield, Leroy Hurlbut.

Heat #4: BILLY PAUCH, Roger Phelps, Davey Wenger/ Kevin Berger, Chuck Whitford, Jackie Brown, Duane "Deek" Decker, Tom Juhl, Doug Worthing, Chip Wood.

Heat #5: BOB PODOLAK, Tony Buffa, John Barker/Tim Gareau, Mark Shadwell, Mike Brenner, Mike Perrotte, John Podolak, Sam Reakes Jr., Carl Kleinsteuber.

Heat #6: PAT WARD, Paul Jensen, Mike Root/Gary Hubbard, Ovide Doiran, Dick Marcinko, Eddie O'Neil, Scott Gates, Tom Faulkner, Doug Fuller.

Heat #7: MIKE RICCI, Roger Laureno, Barry Poitras/Fran Hilton, Stan Samul, Dave Adams, Sam Reakes Sr., Crash Nash, Nick Lazzaro, Jeff Rudalavage.

Heat #8: DONNIE WETMORE Dave Donath, Lash Camenga/Mike Hulsizer, Tim Faulter, Dick Homing, Dick Long-street, Hugh Campbell, Mike Conway, Larry Cole.
(/ splits the qualified cars from the non-qualified cars. Three cars qualified from each heat.)

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The 21st annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway begins on Thursday September 28 with a hot lap session for all divisions scheduled from 6-8:30 p.m. with a pit party at 9 p.m. Gates will open at 5 p.m.

On Friday, the support divisions of the Fulton Speedway will have their chance to shine with the running of the Motorsports Expo Sportsman Championship, the Leaf Racewear Pro Stock Championship, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock Championship plus Modified hot laps. Pit gates will open at 3 p.m. while the spectator gates will at 5 p.m. Racing for the Friday portion of the Victoria 200 weekend starts at 7 p.m.

On Saturday, September 30 the DIRT Modifieds will take center stage. Pit gates are scheduled to open at 11 a.m. with the grandstands opening at Noon. Qualifying heats for the Modifieds will begin at 4:30 p.m. followed by consolation races, the Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star Race, and then the 21st annual Victoria 200. Entry forms, schedule information, admission prices, and more are available online at www.victoria200.com. The speedway office phone number is (315) 593-6531 and the track website is www.fultonspeedway.com.


October 6, 1986
FIRST VICTORIA 200 IS WON BY BILLY PAUCH OVER RONNIE TOBIAS AND BILLY SCHINKEL; 163 CARS PARTICIPATE; CHUCK WHITNEY AND BILL BURTON WON SUPPORT RACES

FULTON, NY - It was the biggest race in the history of the Fulton Speedway and possibly the best race ever as Billy Pauch from Stockton, NJ ran the cushion on his way to winning the first ever "VICTORIA 200" on Monday night, October 6, 1986, at the Fulton Speedway. Pauch's win was worth over $12,000 in cash plus contingencies.

Also winning championship events Monday night were Chuck Whitney and Billy Burton. Whitney led the Late Models in their 40 lap event, while Burton scored the win in the 35 lap Street Stock feature which concluded the nights' action.

All of the original 38 starters made the call for the start of the "VICTORIA 200". Misfortune struck quick for Fulton regular Crash Nash as his modified failed to start on its' own which put the Auburn driver in the rear as he was sited to start on the outside pole.Pete Bicknell grabbed the lead at the drop of the green from his starting position but the yellow came out quickly as Paul Jensen and Bob Podolak tangled in the third corner. Jensen was able to continue after losing a lap while Podolak was out for the night without even completing a lap under the green.

Racing was returned on lap six but the yellow waved again a lap later when Donnie Wetmore and Jim Wood came together in the first turn. Wetmore was able to restart without losing a lap, while Wood lost one. On the restart Bicknell was leading Kenny Bell, J.J. Michaels, Billy Schinkel and Pauch.

Action went under the yellow again on lap 20 when Doug Worthing went off the bank between one and two. Bicknell was still leading at this point with Bell, Pauch, Michaels and Mike Arminio chasing.

In the early going a torrid three-car battle between Bicknell, Bell and Pauch was brewing as Bell did take the lead on lap 36 on the front straight, but Bicknell came right back in turn two. After holding off several challenges Bicknell began to build up his lead.

With 50 laps complete Bicknell was leading Pauch, Bell, Ronnie Tobias, Arminio, Roger Phelps, Michaels, C.D. Coville, Schinkel and John Podolak. On lap 52 Pauch took his first lead of the race as he overtook Bicknell on the front straight.

On the 53rd circuit Tobias made a great move to take the lead from his third position. Tobias was dominant at this stage of the race as he built up a ten car length lead over Pauch and Schinkel. Arminio and Coville were the top five runners at this point. Pauch was able to close though and on lap 89 the eventual winner took the lead in heavy traffic.

After the first 100 laps, it was Pauch in front followed by Tobias, Schinkel, Arminio, Bell, Phelps, Coville and Bicknell. Making the biggest move in the first 100 was Coville as he started in the rear and moved up to seventh.

Action was slowed on lap 103 when Michaels spun in turn two. This caution set-up the restart where Tobias took the lead in turn three.

Another three car race was developing at this point with Tobias, Pauch and Schinkel involved. With 120 laps complete the same eight drivers were in the lead lap but the front spot had changed as Pauch was at the point once again.

Coville's chance for a top five finish ended on lap 136 when the left front tire went flat in his modified. During this caution period the engine in Bicknell's modified let go and a brief fire sparked up that brought the red out.

When the race was restarted, the top four of Pauch, Tobias, Schinkel and Bell were together but the top two were racing for the lead position. Tobias continued to run down low, while Pauch rode the cushion. With the race continuing under green, Pauch held the advantage and with 50 laps to go had built up a several car length lead over Tobias, while Schinkel and Bell stayed in the same order.

Pauch survived a close call on lap 177 when Leroy Hurlbut lost power in the first turn that forced Pauch up high near the wall. The final caution period of the race came on lap 180 when debris on the surface slowed the event. On this restart the top three of Pauch, Tobias and Schinkel were together, but Pauch was never seriously challenged for the win. Completing the "VICTORIA 200" in second through fifth were Tobias, Schinkel, Bell and Arminio.

In lap money, Pauch collected $1,265, Tobias $505, Bicknell $302 with Michaels and Bell grabbing $5 each. Lap leaders also collected King Cans of beer. Tobias received 55 cans, Bicknell 47, Pauch 92, Bell five and Michaels one.

Chuck Whitney inherited the lead on lap seven when leader Dave House dropped out and went the rest of the way for the win. Dave Haney was the early leader before Bill Roese took over on lap one. House got by Roese on the third circuit. The win was the biggest of the year for the Late Model team sponsored by Spruce Grove Marina.

In the Street Stock championship, Herm Flowers led early before Randy Decker took over. It was then time for Bill Burton and Decker to swap the lead. At the end Decker was in front, but he refused post race inspection and was disqualified. The win went to Burton, the 1986 Fulton Speedway Track Champion.

After a total washout of the opening day of "VICTORIA 200" Weekend on Saturday, Sunday was clear of rain with 24 races being run off on the high banked Fulton Speedway.

Once the day was complete the field was set for the first ever "VICTORIA 200" with 38 Modifieds qualified. The starting fields for the Late Model and Street Stock championships were also determined.

Eleven Small Block Modifieds were scheduled to compete on each of the eight heat races with the top three finishers in each race moving onto the main. Heat winners were Pete Bicknell, Billy Schinkel, John Barker, Mike Arminio, Billy Pauch, Bob Holland, Paul Jensen and Donnie Wetmore.

To finalize the field, four consolations were run with Mike McCarthy, Bob Smith, Roger Phelps and Charlie Davis leading the way. Two non-qualifier races completed opening night action with Randy Glenski and C.D. Coville coming home winners. Both Glenski and Coville were added to the "VICTORIA 200" starting line up.

Late Model heats were copped by Russ Marsden, Dave House and Chuck Whitney. Roger Schwandner won the consi. There were 31 Late Models that attempted to make the starting grid.

Bill Burton, Herm Flowers, Keith Bliss and Bill Gill led the way in the four street stock heats. Bob Goutermout and Dan Deline won the last chance races for the Street Stock competitors. A fine field of 44 Street Stocks were in action at the Speedway.

The first of the "VICTORIA 200" weekend was a busy day of racing with fans witnessing drivers in action from throughout the Northeast and Canada. A total of 163 cars signed in for competition which was a good turnout for the first time event.
Racing action began at 3 p.m. Sunday and was completed by 10:30 p.m. with fans viewing a total of 248 laps of racing.

RACE RESULTS SMALL BLOCK MODIFIEDS
HEAT NO. 1—Pete Bicknell, Ronnie Tobias, Crash Nash, Mike McCarthy, Roy Sheilds, Charlie Donk, Doug Worthing, Mike Button, Rick Crane, Scott Gates, and Bob Lineman.

HEAT NO. 2—Billy Schinkel, Barry Poitras, Jim Wood, Sam Reakes, Sr., Gibby Fountain, Don Ronca, Randy Glenski, Glen DeVaul, Mike Schoefield, Fran Hilton and Sam Reakes, Jr.

HEAT NO. 3—John Barker, Kenny Bell, Bob Fidler, Ray Dalmata, Jim Weatherup, Donnie Croft, Dale Settler, Danny Spratt, Dan Conyne, Don Ackner and Jeff West.

HEAT NO. 4—Mike Arminio, Leroy Hurlbut, Joe Sobotka, Bob Smith, Tom Taber, Dick Schoonover, Duane Decker, Gary Donahue, Joel Thomas, Rick Revette and Hugh Campbell.

HEAT NO. 5—Billy Pauch, John Podolak, Bob Podolak, Roger Phelps, Dick Marcinko, Bob Savoie, Tom Faulkner, Jim Mahaney, C.D. Coville, Lash Camenga and Jack Follweiler.

HEAT NO. 6—Bob Holland, Ron Proctor, J.J. Michaels, Randy Masser, Jon Button, Dave McGough, Mike Root, Carl Kleinsteuber, George Sifo, Lenny Marchines and Dave Reilley.

HEAT NO. 7—Paul Jensen, Mike Perrotte, Ted Lamb, Charlie Davis, Vince Quinneville, John Proctor, Kirn Duell, Stan Samul, Don Vail, Mike VanDusen and John Cunningham.

HEAT NO. 8—Donnie Wetmore, Walt Koperda, John Foster, Jim Pitcher, Chuck Kennison, Jim Reppi, Mike Seager, Gary Hubbard, Chris Depew, Dave Donath and Tim Falter.

CONSI NO. 1—Mike McCarthy, Doug Worthing, Gibby Fountain, Sam Reakes, Sr., Glen DeVaul, Randy Glenski, Mike Schoefield, Roy Shields, Don Ronca, Fran Hilton, Scott Gates, Mike Button and Charlie Donk.

CONSI NO. 2—Bob Smith, Ray Dalmata, Tom Taber, Dale Stettler, Dick Schoonover, Don Ackner, Jeff West, Dan Conyne, Danny Spratt, Jim Weatherup, Rick Crane, Joel Thomas, Duane Decker, Rick Revette and Gary Donahue.

CONSI NO. 3—Roger Phelps, Randy Masser, Jim Mahaney, C.D. Coville, Jon Button, Tom Faulkner, Dave McGough, George Sifo, Dick Marcinko, Bob Savoie, Carl Kleinsteuber, Mike Perrotte, Lenny Marchines and Mike Root.

CONSI NO. 4—Charlie Davis, Jim Pitcher, Vince Quinneville, John Proctor, Mike Seager, Stan Samul, Gary Hubbard, John Cunningham, Jim Reppi, Kirn Duell, Dan Vail, Mike VanDusen and Tim Falter.

NON-QUALIFIERS RACES
FEATURE NO. 1—Randy Glenski, Gary Donahue, Dale Stettler, Glen DeVaul, Dan Conyne, Sam Reakes, Sr., Don Ronca, Jim Weatherup, Dick Schoonover, Charlie Donk, Hugh Campbell, Rick Revette, Don Ackner, Mike Schofield, Joel Thomas, Danny Spratt, Fran Hilton, Roy Shields, Jeff West and Mike Button.

FEATURE NO. 2—C.D. Coville, Mike Seager, Dave McGough, Bob Savoie, George Sifo, Mike VanDusen, John Proctor, John Cunningham, Tom Faulkner, Dan Vail, Lash Camenga, Gary Hubbard, Stan Samul, Kim Duell, Tim Faulter, Jon Button, Dick Marcinko, Mike Root and Jim Reppi.

LATE MODELS
HEAT NO. 1 —Russ Marsden.
HEAT NO. 2—Dave House.
HEAT NO. 3—Chuck Whitney.
CONSI—Schwandner.

STREET STOCKS
HEAT NO. 1—Bill Burton.
HEAT NO. 2—Herm Flowers.
HEAT NO. 3—Keith Bliss.
HEAT NO. 4—Bill Gill.
CONSI—Bob Goutermout.
CONSI NO. 2—Dan Deline.

INAUGURAL "VICTORIA 200" - Billy Pauch, Ronnie Tobias, Billy Schinkel, Kenny Bell, Mike Arminio, Donnie Wetmore, Roger Phelps, Jim Mahaney, Vince Quinneville, C.D. Coville, Randy Masser, Bob Fidler, Mike Perrotte, Joe Sobotka, J.J. Michaels, Ted Lamb, Charlie Davis, Ray Dalmata, John Podolak, Leroy Hurlbut, Jim Pitcher, Randy Glenski, Glen DeVaul, Pete Bicknell, Walt Koperda, Ron Proctor, Crash Nash, Mike McCarthy, Gibby Fountain, Paul Jensen, Barry Poitras, John Barker, Jim Wood, Bob Holland, Doug Worthing, Tom Taber, Bob Smith and Bob Podolak.

LATE MODEL FEATURE - Chuck Whitney, Mike Brenner, Russ Marsden, Bill Roese, Jim Smith, Bill Wentworth, Bill Updike, Ken Updike, Roger Schwandner, Sonny Mandigo, Jeff Walts, Niles Busier, Dave Haney, Craig Pritchard, Mike Dickquist, Joan Borissow, Frank Mason, Tom Juhl, Joe Cook, Harold Tracy, Byron Catalano, Dave House, Rob Campolietta and Randy Manwarren.

STREET STOCK FEATURE - Bill Burton, Bill Gill, Tracy Doyle, Bret Belden, Gerry Newman, Gary Cleveland, Dick Sweet, Keith Bliss, John Kiskiel, Herm Flowers, Tim Hopkins, Jason Shenandoah, Tim Gareau, Tim Mayes, Mark Wolfanger, Ron Vail, Bob Goutermout, Carl Clothier, Bill Clark, Chris Cunningham, Tom Virkler, Dick Werner and Tim Sears.


MODIFIED PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE CLOSING FAST FOR 21ST ANNUAL VICTORIA 200

FULTON, NY (September 9) - With the regular season now over at the Fulton Speedway for the DIRT Modifieds, focus is now shifting to the 21st running of the Victoria 200 weekend and with that comes an important deadline concerning Modified pre-entries.
The deadline for the lower $50 pre-entry fee is September 16, and after that the pre-entry fee goes up to $80. All entries must be postmarked or delivered, with payment, to the speedway by the cutoff date. All entries must be filled out completely, including driver and owner information, to be considered valid. There will be no refunds on entries.
Annually, the Victoria 200 draws the best Modified drivers in the Northeast to do battle on the high banks of the Fulton Speedway to contest for the $20,000 top prize. This year’s edition, scheduled for September 30, will again boast one of the most competitive and diverse fields to compete with drivers such as six-time Victoria 200 champion Billy Pauch, Matt DeLorenzo, and Andy Bachetti among the early entries.
Last years edition of the Victoria 200 saw Tim Fuller fend off Billy Decker and Pat Ward to notch his third win in the fall classic. Alan Johnson and Brett Hearn rounded out the top five.
The 21st annual Victoria 200 weekend begins on Thursday September 28 with a hot lap session for all divisions scheduled from 6-8:30 p.m. with a pit party at 9 p.m. Gates will open at 5 p.m.
On Friday, the support divisions of the Fulton Speedway will have their chance to shine with the running of the Motorsports Expo Sportsman Championship, the Leaf Racewear Pro Stock Championship, and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock Championship plus Modified hot laps. Pit gates will open at 3 p.m. while the spectator gates will at 5 p.m. Racing for the Friday portion of the Victoria 200 weekend starts at 7 p.m.
On Saturday, September 30 the DIRT Modifieds will take center stage. Pit gates are scheduled to open at 11 a.m. with the grandstands opening at Noon. Qualifying heats for the Modifieds will begin at 4:30 p.m. followed by consolation races, the Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star Race, and then the 21st annual Victoria 200. Entry forms, schedule information, admission prices, and more are available online at www.victoria200.com. The speedway office phone number is (315) 593-6531 and the track website is www.fultonspeedway.com.


REAKES, MARSDEN, DELACRUZ, HERBERT, & DOYLE WIN FEATURES AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON FAMILY FUN NIGHT

FULTON, NY – Fulton Speedway stock car racing fans were treated to exciting action last Saturday September 9 on the Snap-On Tools, Avon Products, and Maple View Garage sponsored evening. Winning feature events on $5 Admission Family Fun Night were Sammy Reakes, IV in the DIRT Sportsman, Rusty Marsden in the Pure Stocks, Joey Delacruz in the 4-Cylinder Super Stocks, and Josh Herbert in the 4-Cylinder Enduro.
Sammy Reakes, IV of Central Square won his fourth DIRT Sportsman 20-lap main event of the 2006 season. Reakes started third on the field and took the lead from early leader Mike Bowman on lap 6, pulling away enroute to his victory. Roy Bresnahan made a late race charge to finish second, followed by Mike Holmes, Mike Bowman, and Bob Sears in his best ever finish.
Rusty Marsden of Mexico made a last corner pass of leader Ron Hawker to win his second Pure Stock feature of the year, this time in the borrowed Curt Prevo ride. Hawker was the early leader with Marsden leading laps 2-16. Hawker retook the lead with three laps to go and left third starting Marsden room underneath to take the win. Third was invader Nick Rizzo, followed by Ron Marsden, and Phil Marsden.
Young Joey Delacruz of Fulton won his second 4-Cylinder Super Stock feature of the year at Fulton. Delacruz started on the pole and led every lap in the 15-lap distance. Chuck Powelczyk was a strong second, followed by Rich Murtaugh, Aron Backus, and Bill Tice.
Josh Herbert made a late race pass of Mark Johnston late in the 25-lap 4-Cylinder Enduro, his second win on the race season. Johnston had to settle for second, followed by Skip DeGroff, Brian McConnell, and Jerry Herbert.
The One on One Spectator races were won by Jim Rider, who was driving a street legal Honda CRX. The $650 to win King’s Smash’em Crash’em Demolition Derby was won by Jake Doyle in a Grand Imperial.
Coming up next Saturday night at Fulton Speedway, Canale Insurance will present Victoria 200 Weekend qualifiers for the DIRT Sportman, DIRT Pro Stocks, and Pure Stocks while the Victoria Championships will be presented for the ESDCA Mod Lites, 4-Cylinder Super Stocks, and 4-Cylinder Enduros. The ESDCA Mod Lites will compete in the 36-lap Doug Cooper Memorial event, while the Modifieds will also be on hand for Victoria 200 hot laps. Race time is set for 6pm.

SNAP-ON TOOLS / AVON PRODUCTS / MAPLE VIEW GARAGE NIGHT RACE SUMMARY
RACE DATE: SEPTEMBER 9, 2006
DIRT SPORTSMAN (20-Laps) – SAMMY REAKES IV, Roy Bresnahan, Mike Holmes, Mike Bowman, Bob Sears, Mike Conrow, Jack Meeks, Mike Button, Gregg Carner, Roger West, Beth Schneider, Amanda Whitney, Billy Coleman, Todd Town, Doug Shattell, Shane Donath, Ricky Quick, Dave Reilley, Jordan Bennett, Nate Higgins, Steve Marshall, Jon Tesoriero, Brandon Warner, John Pietrowicz, Alan Fink.

PURE STOCKS (20-Laps) – RUSTY MARSDEN, Ron Hawker, Nick Rizzo, Ron Marsden, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Jim Lewis, Billy Flask, Bruno Richard, Joe Buske, Jim Donaldson, Bill Thomas, Bob Whipple, Josh Blackwell, Adam Guilds, Mike Watkins, Chuck Thomas, Joe Briere, Gary Barton, Nathan Peckham, Mike Minutolo, Rob Whipple.

4-CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS (15-Laps) – JOEY DELACRUZ, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Aron Backus, Bill Tice, Claude Hutchings Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk, Chris Fountaine, Sam Carista, Jason Patterson, Jeff Herbert, Sam Curcie.

4-CYLINDER ENDURO (25-Laps) – JOSH HERBERT, Mark Johnston, Skip DeGroff, Brian McConnell, Jerry Herbert.

DEMOLITON DERBY – JACK DOYLE.

ONE ON ONE SPECTATOR RACES – JIM RIDER – Honda CRX.


VICTORIA QUALIFIERS AND CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR SUPPORT DIVISIONS THIS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY – The always entertaining support divisions will take center stage this Saturday September 16 at Fulton Speedway as Victoria Championships will be on the line for the ESDCA Mod Lites, 4-Cylinder Super Stocks, and 4-Cylinder Enduro racers. Also scheduled to compete in Victoria 200 Weekend qualifiers are the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, and Pure Stocks. DIRT Modified hot laps will also be staged throughout the program. Race time on the historic 3/8-mile clay oval is set for a special time of 6pm, with a raindate of Sunday.
The ESDCA Mod Lite division will compete in the annual Doug Cooper Memorial 36-lap Victoria Championship event paying $200 to win. Racers such as Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Darren Austin, and Ken Gamlen will be competing in what will be the final point race for the Mod Lites.
The 4-Cylinder Super Stocks will battle in a $200 to win 20-lap Victoria Championship. Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, and the always exciting Rich Murtaugh will all contend for the popular victory.
The 4-Cylinder Enduro division will race in the 50-Lap Enduro Victoria Championship paying a hefty $400 to win and the remainder of the top five positions will be paid. Chad Guthrie, Chad Dupra, Mark Johnston, Josh Herbert, and Morris Mathews will be gunning for the win.
A $20 entry fee will be collected from the ESDCA Mod Lite, 4-Cylinder Super Stock, and 4-Cylinder Enduro racers upon drawing for their heat race starting positions as they are Victoria Championship events.
Drivers in the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stock and Pure Stock classes will compete in a weekly race program with a guaranteed starting position on the line for the Victoria 200 Weekend Championship races on Friday, September 29. Drivers will draw for their heat starting position with the features lined-up in a heads-up fashion. A guaranteed starting position will be awarded in all three classes as the guaranteed starting position will be passed down if a competitor already has one.
Modified hot laps will be held throughout the evening in preparation for the 21st annual Victoria 200 on Saturday September 30. Multiple Modifieds are expected as any track time is vital just before the $20,000 to win Victoria 200.
Fulton Speedway pit gates will open this Saturday September 16 at 3pm, the grandstand gates will open at 5pm, with racing scheduled to begin at a special time of 6pm. A built in raindate for this show is set for the next day Sunday September 17. Admission prices are $12 for adults and $5 for ages 10-14, while children ages 9 and under are admitted FREE. Pit admission for DIRT members is $20, while non-members are $25.
Fulton Speedway is located on Route 57 just south of the City of Fulton. For more information, contact the track office at (315) 593-6531 or call the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


ANDERSON, GWILT, JONES, DELACRUZ, & MATHEWS ALL END THE 2006 REGULAR SEASON AT BREWERTON WITH FEATURE WINS

BREWERTON, NY – Brewerton Speedway ended the regular 2006 race season last Friday September 8 on Syracuse.com Night. Several new faces graced victory lane on the beautiful early fall night featuring Brewerton’s exciting support divisions.
Bill Anderson Jr. of Montezuma claimed the IMCA Modified 20-lap feature victory, his first of the 2006 race season. Anderson came from the sixth starting position to take the lead on lap 18 from veteran Les Hubbard after a hard fought battle. Hubbard was second, followed by Bill Anderson, Pat Pontello, and Jeff Cardinale.
Young Joe Gwilt of Cicero used a new car bought from Tod Simons to win his first ever 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature. Gwilt came from the fifth starting position and took the lead on lap 18 when leader Doug Williams slowed to a stop. Second was Gary Schug in his best finish ever, third was Lowell Zehr, fourth was Darren Austin, and fifth was Tim Devendorf in a borrowed car.
Southern Tier invader Howard Jones started sixth and won the 20-lap Pure Stock Victoria Championship Qualifier for his first ever Brewerton victory. Dave Mannise gave Jones all he had but had to settle for second. Mannise was the early leader with Jones taking the lead on lap 10. Completing the top five it was Rusty Marsden, Todd Raabe, and Gary Barton.
Joey Delacruz of Fulton won his ninth 4-Cylinder Super Stock feature of the year. Delacruz used the pole starting position to his advantage and led the entire 15-lap distance. Chuck Powelczyk was second, followed by young Claude Hutchings Jr, Aron Backus, and Sam Curcie.
Morris Mathews won the 4-Cylinder Enduro, his second win of the year. Second was Chad Guthrie, third was Josh Herbert, fourth was Mark Johnston, and fifth was Witt Chilson. With his strong second place finish in the 25-lapper, Chad Guthrie claimed the 2006 track championship in the 4-Cyldiner Enduro division.
Brewerton Speedway will fall silent until Thursday October 5 as Leaf Racewear will present the 358-Modified Super DIRT Series 75-lap DIRT Week Championship. Also on the card for the final race of the 2006 season will be the ESDCA Mod Lites in a 25-Lap Championship. Race time is set for 7:30pm. For more information, contact the track office at (315) 668-6906 or the raceline at (315) 668-RACE. Online information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.

SYRACUSE.COM NIGHT RACE SUMMARY
RACE DATE: SEPTEMBER 8, 2006

IMCA MODIFIEDS (20-Laps) – BILL ANDERSON JR., Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson, Pat Pontello, Jeff Cardinale, Dave Talbot, Greg Kimball, Tim Hearne, Aaron Jacobs, Pete Anderson, Don Renfer, Rich Keller, Ken Rogers, Bobby Cain, Calvin Painter, Tony Finch, Steve Coit.
ESDCA MOD LITES VICTORIA QUALIFIER (20-Laps) – JOE GWILT, Gary Schug, Lowell Zehr, Darren Austin, Tim Devendorf, Rocco Leone, Mike Isabell, Joe Abbass, Kevin Donhauser, Mark Hayden, Tommy Felicia, Luke Lonergan, Jeff Hays, Mike Virginia, John Byrnes, Brenda Rice, Jamie King, Lisa Thomas, Doug Williams, Ricky Donovan, Tim Schneider, Tony Steiner, Chris Moto.
PURE STOCKS VICTORIA QUALIFIER (20-Laps) – HOWARD JONES, Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden, Todd Raabe, Gary Barton, Ron Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Dana Aikens, Quinton Burton, Dan Hofmann Jr., Bill Thomas, Chuck Cushman Jr., Phil Marsden, Todd Koegel, Ron Hawker, Chuck Thomas, Dan Hofmann Sr.
4-CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS VICTORIA QUALIFIER (20-Laps) – JOEY DELARCUZ, Chuck Powelczyk, Claude Hutchings Jr., Aron Backus, Sam Curcie, Rich Murtaugh, Sam Carista, Scott Gates, Nelson Bice II, Chris Fountaine.
4-CYLINDER ENDURO – (25-Laps – Top 5 Listed) – MORRIS MATHEWS, Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert, Mark Johnston, Witt Chilson.


$5 ADMISSION FAMILY FUN NIGHT PLUS DEMOLITION DERBY THIS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY – Stock car racing fans of Fulton Speedway will be treated to the annual $5 Admission Family Fun night this Saturday September 9 featuring a $1,000 to Win King’s Smash’em Crash’em Demolition Derby. In race action on the high-banked 3/8-mile clay oval will be the DIRT Sportsman, Pure Stocks, 4-Cylinder Super Stocks, 4-Cylinder Enduro, and One on One Spectator race events. Racing on Avon Products / Maple View Garage / Snap-On Tools Night will begin at 7:00pm.
The featured event of Family Fun Night is the annual $1,000 to Win King’s Smash’em Crash’em Demolition Derby which will be based on a minimum of 20-cars. Race fans of all ages typically love these exciting events as drivers wreck each other on the frontstretch to determine the winner by the last car running.
Rules for the Demolition Derby can be found at www.fultonspeeedway.com. Go to the rules section and click on the Demolition Derby header. For more information contact event organizer John King at 315-899-5836 or e-mail him at jking6@twcny.rr.com.
Competition in the DIRT Sportsman, Pure Stock, 4-Cylinder Super Stock, 4-Cylinder Enduro divisions has been intense this season in between the raindrops. With just several events on the 2006 schedule remaining, drivers in all divisions are looking to take late season wins for winter bragging rights. Fans will also be able to take to the track in their street vehicle in the popular One on One Spectator Races this Saturday on Avon Products / Maple View Garage / Snap-On Tools Night.
Annually, $5 Admission Family Fun Night proves to be one of the most popular and well attended events on the race schedule. As always, children ages 9 and under will be admitted FREE of charge. Speedway gates will open at 5pm, with racing beginning at 7pm. The track is located on Route 57, just south of the City of Fulton.
For more information, contact the speedway office at 315-593-6531 or the raceline at 315-668-RACE. Online information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


SUPPORT DIVISIONS TAKE CENTER STAGE THIS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON SYRACUSE.COM NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY – Syracuse.com will present exciting stock car racing this Friday night September 8 at Brewerton Speedway. In race action on the fast 1/3-mile clay oval will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Pure Stocks, 4-Cylinder Super Stocks, and 4-Cylinder Enduros. Race time at the popular Route 11 track is set for 7:30pm.
With some of the top IMCA Modified competitors racing at Boone in the IMCA Modified Nationals, it will be anyone’s feature win this Friday, maybe even a first time winner. Expect to see such drivers as Kevan Cook, Rich Keller, Tony Finch, Bill Anderson, Rich Townsend, Les Hubbard, and former champion Bob Bradt contend for the win.
The ESDCA Mod Lite drivers will compete for a guaranteed starting position in the Victoria Championships held at Fulton Speedway on September 16. 2006 Track Champion Tim Devendorf will attempt to hold of Darren Austin, Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Lowell Zehr, Andrew Schartner, and Ken Gamlen.
The Pure Stock division always puts on a tremendous action packed show every time at Brewerton. With rivals Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden, Ron Hawker, Steve Crouse, and more in contention for the huge win, excitement will surely be in the air. The race will offer a guaranteed starting spot for the Pure Stock Victoria Championship on September 29 at Fulton.
The 4-Cylinder Super Stock division will also have a Victoria Championship qualifier for September 16 at Fulton. Track champion Chuck Powelczyk will fend off top winner Joey Delacruz and others such as youngster Claude Hutchings Jr., Aron Backus, and Chris Kranz.
The 2006 Track Championship in the 4-Cylinder Enduro division will be decided this Friday. Chad Guthrie appears to be headed to the title, with Morris Mathews, Jerry Herbert, Josh Herbert, and Jerry Herbert completing the top 5 points drivers as of this writing.
With the 2006 race season winding down, it will be the last time to catch the IMCA Modifieds, Pure Stocks, 4-Cylinder Super Stocks, and Enduros in race action at the D-Shaped DIRT Demon.
The last event on the 2006 race schedule is the Leaf Racewear 75-lap Super DIRT Week Championship for the Mr. DIRT 358-Modified tour on Thursday October 5. Also in action that evening will be the ESDCA Mod Lite division.
Admission prices on Syracuse.com night this Friday September 8 are $10 for adults, $5 for ages 10-14, while ages 9 and under are FREE. Pit admission is $20 for DIRT Members and $25 for Non-Members. Speedway gates will open at 5:30pm with racing scheduled to begin promptly at 7:30pm.
For more information, contact the track office at 315-668-6906 or speedway website at www.brewertonspeedway.com. Raceday information is available on the Raceline at 315-668-RACE.


FULLER FLIES TO FIFTH WIN OF THE SEASON AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller was simply flying last Saturday at Fulton Speedway as the defending Track Champion won his third straight and fifth 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature of the season. Fuller came from the 17th starting position to take the lead away from Danny Johnson on lap-22. Fuller was then able to hold off Johnson to earn the $2,000 payday on Hertz Equipment Rental / Whittaker's Trophy Auto Sales Night.
Tony Buffa jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Hertz Equipment Rental / Whittaker's Trophy Auto Sales DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the pole starting position. Buffa would lead the opening 10 circuits over the 25-car starting field. Danny Johnson took the top spot away from Buffa on lap-11. Johnson would lead through lap-17 when Jimmy Phelps became the third leader in the event.
Phelps would lead through lap-18 when Danny Johnson regained the top spot. It was on lap-22 when Fuller passed Danny Johnson for the lead. Johnson remained in striking distance of Fuller until the finish, but was never able to regain the top position. Alan Johnson made his typical late race charge to finish third. Pat Ward and Dale Planck completed the top five feature finishers. Planck worked up from the 18th starting position.
Joey Williams cruised to his third 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race win at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. Jeremy Pitcher, Sam Reakes IV, Shawn Donath and Jason Rood followed Williams across the finish line. Dave Reilley led the first three circuits of the main event. Williams made the winning move past Reilley on lap four and never gave it back.
Pete Stefanski won his second straight 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Bob Buono, Dennis Gauvreau, Jason Parkhurst and Curt Prevo finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Vaughn led the opening circuit. Jason Parkhurst led the field on laps two through nine. Buono led laps 10 through 12. Stefanski passed Buono for the win on lap-13.
Ron Hawker claimed his third 20-lap Fulton Speedway Pure Stock feature race win of the season last Saturday night. Joe Briere, Dan Hofmann Sr., Phil Norman and Gary Barton rounded out the top five feature finishers. Adam Guilds led the opening two circuits of the main event. Hawker passed Guilds for the lead on lap three and it was a lead he would never give back.
Dan Williams won his third ESDCA Mod Lite feature race win of the season last Saturday night. Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin, Frank Sobotka and Tod Simons finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Austin led the opening seven circuits of the main event. Williams made the winning move past Austin on lap eight.
Chuck Powelczyk recovered from a heat race accident to earn the win in the 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock finale last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Aron Backus, Lorraine Powelczyk, Jason Patterson and Sam Curcie completed the top five feature finishers. Powelczyk passed Delacruz for the win on lap-10. Aron Backus and Rich Murtaugh were also feature race leaders.
A huge show is planned at Fulton Speedway this Saturday. September 2. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will compete in the 40-lap 9th Annual Showdown at Sundown Victoria 200 All Star Qualifier special. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition. A gigantic fireworks display will also be presented. Show time is set for 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL / WHITTAKER'S TROPHY AUTO SALES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Danny Johnson, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Dale Planck, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko Jr., Kevin Bates, Tom Sears, Tony Buffa, John Barker, Ryan Phelps, Dan Vauter, Joe Isabell, Pete Taylor, Brett Tonkin, Sean Beardsley, Jeff Isabell, Tim Sears. Terry Knoblock, Chad Phelps, Matt Fink, Vinnie Vitale, Darren Forbes.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher, Sam Reakes IV, Shawn Donath, Jason Rood, Mark Davison, Roy Bresnahan, Shane Donath, John Behron, Gregg Carner, Dave Reilley, John Pietrowicz, Chris Hile, Jon Tesoriero, Matt Hulsizer, Jordan Bennett, Stewart Garrison, Alan Fink, Beth Schneider, Mike Holmes, George Dyer, Henry Desormeau, Mike Bowman, Roger West.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Pete Stefanski, Bob Buono, Dennis Gauvreau, Jason Parkhurst, Curt Prevo, Dick Parkhurst, Billy Clark, Dave Briggs, Ron Marsden, Adam Hunt, Jerry Button, Jack Terrell, Dale Guernsey, Mike Vaughn, Scott Beeles, Jim Evans.

PURE STOCKS---Ron Hawker, Joe Briere, Dan Hofmann Sr., Phil Norman, Gary Barton, Eric Storrs, Adam Guilds, Josh Blackwell, Bob Whipple, Jim Wallace, Quinton Burton, Dave Mannise, Steve Woodworth, Pat Hobbs, Bill Thomas, Rob Whipple, Todd Koegel, Joe Buske, Mike Watkins, Van Grant, Rusty Marsden, Chuck Thomas.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin, Frank Sobotka, Tod Simons, Tony Steiner, Ken Gamlen, Jeff Isabell Jr., Tim Burdick, Doug Williams, Bob Magner, Jamie King, Mike Isabell, Brenda Rice, Tommy Felicia, Lisa Thomas, Mike Virginia, Jeff Barker, Lowell Zehr, Chris Moto, Joe Gwilt, Andrew Schartner, Larry Casbohm, Nick Ribbe.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Aron Backus, Lorraine Powelczyk, Jason Patterson, Sam Curcie, Frank Sanchez, Joey Delacruz, Sam Carista, Matt Fay, Chris Fountaine, Rich Murtaugh.


RAIN-OUT AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY CREATES HUGE HOLIDAY WEEKEND SHOW
INCLUDING FIREWORKS THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST

BREWERTON, NY...Another rain-out at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night has created a huge Labor Day Weekend show which is set for this Friday, September 1. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 40-lap Victoria 200 All Star Race Qualifier special with the DIRT Sportsman, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition.
A huge fireworks display will also be presented on Friday, September 1. Adult admission for the special event is $14, with ages 10-14 admitted for $7. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Fans will be able to use their rainchecks from last Friday, but will have to pay an extra $2. Track gates will open at 5:30 p.m. with race competition set to start at 7:30 p.m.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FIREWORKS TO HIGHLIGHT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY AND FULTON SPEEDWAY
ON LABOR DAY WEEKEND


FULTON, NY...Fireworks will highlight the race programs at both Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway during Labor Day Weekend. Fans will certainly witness fireworks both on and off the track that night, with point races ending in those events in all regular classes. Brewerton Speedway's event is slated for Friday, September 1, with Fulton Speedway in operation on Saturday, September 2.
In race competition at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, September 1 will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds in a 40-lap special, DIRT Sportsman, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. This will be the final point show of the 2006 season for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Points for the Four Cylinder Enduros will end on September 8.
Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Friday, September 1 will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. Fans of all ages loved the fireworks display earlier this season and they will have more of the same on September 1.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, September 2. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in the 9th Annual Showdown at Sundown 40-lap affair. Point races in the Modified, Sportsman, Pro Stock and Pure Stock classes will all end on September 2. Enduro points will end on September 16.
Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 2. Race action will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. Fireworks are back by popular demand on Saturday, September 2 and it is sure to be quite a show.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY HAS BUSY SLATE COMING UP

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway has a busy slate leading up to Labor Day Weekend. Race competition is set for this Friday, August 25 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds heading up the action on Whittaker's Trophy Auto Sales Night. Wednesday, August 30 is the long awaited return of the Advance Auto Parts Big Block Super DIRT Series to the D-shaped DIRT Demon. And a huge fireworks display will be featured on Friday, September 1.
Billy Decker, Alan Johnson and Tim Fuller are involved in quite a battle for the 2006 Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Championship. Decker owns a 11 point lead over Johnson, with Fuller lurking behind by just 20 markers. The 35-lap main event this Friday night is sure to be critical in the outcome of the point race which is Friday, September 1.
Johnny Hill appears headed to the IMCA Modified track title, by Kevan Cook and Dale Caswell still entertain title hopes. Tim Devendorf is the current point leader in the ESDCA Mod Lite rankings, with Lowell Zehr still in contention. Chuck Powelczyk appears headed to another Four Cylinder Super Stock crown with Joey Delacruz a distant second in the standings.
The DIRT Sportsman will look to make their second start of the season this Friday night. Veteran Russ Hefti won the only DIRT Sportsman main event contested at the track so far this season. The popular Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in action this Friday at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Chad Guthrie is the current point leader in the division.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, August 25 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Whittaker's Trophy Auto Sales Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information on this Friday's event, as well as the upcoming specials please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FLAGGIN' WITH FERNANDEZ VIP CONTEST TO ALLOW ONE LUCKY FAN TO WAVE GREEN FLAG DURING FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL ALL-STAR RACE DURING VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND

FULTON, NY...With one of the most successful contests during last year’s Victoria 200, Fulton Speedway announced recently that the Fernandez Auto Mall would once again give one lucky fan a chance to win a four pack of VIP tickets to this year’s Victoria 200, and wave the green flag for the Fernandez Auto Mall All-Star qualifying race.

“This is a great way to end the season”, says Marc Fernandez, owner of Fernandez Auto Mall. “This contest was a huge success last year, and we’ve continue to have tremendous support from the fans during the year, and we wanted to give something back to them on the most exciting weekend of the season.”
The VIP tickets will include four VIP tickets to the Victoria 200 on Saturday, September 30, and access to the Fernandez Auto Mall VIP room, which includes food and drink throughout the day. Fans can sign up by visiting the Fernandez Auto Mall on Whiskey Hill Road in Wolcott, just off Route 104.
For more information on the Fernandez Automall, visit them on the web at www.fernandezautomall.com or by calling them at (315) 594-8004.
For More information on the 21st Annual, $20,000 to win Victoria 200 please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531.


MILITARY APPRECIATION NIGHT THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 26TH AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...This Saturday, August 26 at Fulton Speedway will be Military Appreciation Night. All Military personnel with an I.D. card will enjoy the show of professional DIRT Motorsports competition free of charge. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, ESDCA Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Super Stocks. It will also be Family Autograph Night as a result of last week's cancellation.
Alan Johnson appears headed to another Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Championship at the Home of the Victoria 200. Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps and Ryan Phelps follow Johnson in the rankings. Shane Donath and Sam Reakes IV are involved in a close battle for the 2006 DIRT Sportsman title. Joey Williams, Shane Donath and Roy Bresnahan complete the top five in the season standings.
Billy Clark and Bob Buono are the two drivers still in contention for the 2006 DIRT Pro Stock crown. Ron Marsden, Jason Parkhurst and Jack Terrell complete the top five in the standings. Dave Mannise should claim another Pure Stock track title at the track this season. Gary Barton, Rusty Marsden, Ron Hawker and Phil Marsden complete the top five in the current standings.
Drivers in the ESDCA Mod Lite and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will also be in action this Saturday night. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Hertz Equipment Rental / Whittaker's Trophy Auto Sales Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FULTON SPEEDWAY LOSES ANOTHER SHOW TO STEADY RAIN

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway lost another show to steady rain last Saturday night. Race competition will start-up again this Saturday, August 26 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks all in action. Show time on Family Autograph Night is set for 7 p.m.
This Saturday at Fulton Speedway will also be Military Appreciation Night. Everyone with a Military I.D. card will be admitted free of charge. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. with race competition set to start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line to at 668-RACE.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY RAINED OUT AFTER THREE HEAT RACES

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway was rained-out last Friday night after three heat races. Race competition will pick-up again this Friday, August 25 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
The show will be restarted from scratch this Friday night. All rain checks will be honored from this past Friday night both in the grandstand and pit area. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


21st ANNUAL VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND TICKETS NOW ON SALE

FULTON, NY...Tickets for the 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway are now on sale. September 29-30 are the dates of the season ending classic at the popular Oswego County track which concludes with the $20,000 to win Victoria 200 on Saturday, September 30. Tickets can be purchased by calling the track office, through the mail, or in person on any race date at Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway leading up to the happening.
Fans that had reserved seats last season have until August 27 to obtain their same seats. Starting on August 28, all the reserved seats remaining will go on sale. The top three rows in Sections A through M are reserved seats. A two day reserved seat is $45, with a Saturday only reserved seat priced at $35. The only tickets available in pre-sale are reserved seats and two-day general admission tickets.
All pit passes, youth tickets and Friday only tickets are not sold until race day. For complete pricing and schedule information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office phone number is 315-593-6531 and the mailing address is 1603 County Route 57, Fulton, N.Y. 13069. Please make all checks and money orders payable to Fulton Speedway. Master Card and Visa will be accepted on phone purchases.


ADVANCE AUTO PARTS DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED SUPER DIRT SERIES INVADES BREWERTON SPEEDWAY
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30TH


BREWERTON, NY...The Advance Auto Parts DIRT Big Block Modified Super DIRT Series will invade Brewerton Speedway on Wednesday, August 30. The winner of the 100-lap shoot-out will collect $6,000. The event will pit the Brewerton Speedway stars against the invading drivers from the Super DIRT Series. An Empire State IMCA Modified Series event will also be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Brewerton Speedway regulars Alan Johnson, Billy Decker and Tim Fuller are the top three to date in the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series standings. As a matter of fact, seven drivers in the top 12 of the standings are weekly competitors at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The all-star list of competitors include Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Phelps and Matt Sheppard.
Brett Hearn, Gary Tomkins, Dale Planck, Frank Cozze and Steve Paine will lead the list of invading series competitors to the "Ultimate Drivers Track" on Wednesday, August 30. All of the above drivers have enjoyed success at Brewerton before, either in weekly competition or in series races. All five drivers have visited victory lane in the past at Brewerton Speedway. The question is, can they do it again?
The event at Brewerton Speedway will start off a busy Labor Day Weekend for the DIRT Modified competitors. All Brewerton regulars will receive 40 show-up points on August 30, while the series competitors will fight for the crucial Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series markers.
An IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race will also be contested on Wednesday, August 30. IMCA Modified competitors will battle for regular track points as well as points leading to the IMCA Modified Empire State Series title. Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell and Rob Keller will all look to defend their home turf of Brewerton Speedway with a series race win in the Wednesday night special.
Brewerton Speedway pit gates on Wednesday, August 30 will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Actual race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $22, with ages 10-14 admitted for $10. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted for $5. Pit admission is $30 for members and $35 for non-members. There is no pre-sale of tickets.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


SYRACUSE.COM TO PRESENT ACTION PACKED SHOW AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 18TH

BREWERTON, NY...The fine folks from Syracuse.com will present an action packed show of professional motorsports competition this Friday, August 18 at Brewerton Speedway. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested on Syracuse.com / Whittaker Trophy Auto Sales Night. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Billy Decker, Alan Johnson and Tim Fuller are involved in quite a battle for the 2006 Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Championship. Fuller leads the way in the win category with four, while Decker has won on three occasions. Johnson has managed only one victory this season to date at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. This point battle is sure to be decided on Friday, September 1.
Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook and Dale Caswell are the three drivers that still entertain title hopes in the IMCA Modified division. Hill and Caswell have won three features to date, while Cook has relied on consistent finishes. Tim Devendorf appears headed to another ESDCA Mod Lite track title. Devendorf has won four feature races so far on the season. Chuck Powelczyk owns what appears to be a commanding lead in the Four Cylinder Super Stock standings behind six feature wins.
The popular DIRT Sportsman class will make their second start of the season this Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Veteran Russ Hefti won the only feature race contested to date at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Well over 100 cars will compete in the action packed show this Friday night. Adult admission is $12, with children ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 5:30 p.m this Friday. Race competition on Syracuse.com / Whittaker's Trophy Auto Sales Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y., just minutes off of Interstate Route 81.


DONATH, PIETROWICZ, HAWKER, POWELCZYK & GUTHRIE ALL MIDWEEK WINNERS AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Shawn Donath, John Pietrowicz, Ron Hawker, Chuck Powelczyk and Chad Guthrie were all feature winners at Fulton Speedway last Wednesday night during the midweek special event. Fans were treated to a fast paced five division race program that was completed in two and a half hours on a comfortable summer night.
Current DIRT Sportsman point leader Shawn Donath earned his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race win of the season last Wednesday night. Mike Bowman, Roy Bresnahan, Sam Reakes IV and Shane Donath completed the top five feature finishers. Donath made the winning move past Bowman on lap-11. Bowman, led the opening circuit while John Behron paced the field on laps two and three.
John Pietrowicz earned the victory in the 20-lap Pro Stock Open. Pete Stefanski, Bret Belden, Billy Clark and Ron Marsden finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Dick Parkhurst led the first four circuits of the main event. Bret Belden led the field on lap five. It was on lap six when Pietrowicz passed Belden for the lead and then held off Stefanski in the closing laps for the victory.
The race of the night was the 20-lap Pure Stock Open which Ron Hawker won in a photo finish over Dave Mannise. Rusty Marsden, Pat Hobbs and Nick Rizzo completed the top five feature finishers. Marsden led the opening circuit of the main event. Mannise took command of the 24-car starting field on lap two and appeared headed to victory. Hawker had a different agenda, though, and won the drag race to the finish line.
Chuck Powelczyk held off Joey Delacruz to win the 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock main event. Glen Erwin, Aron Backus and Lorraine Powelczyk finished in positions third through fifth respectively. Delacruz and Powelczyk were the only drivers to lead a circuit in the main event.
Chad Guthrie held off Chad Dupra to win the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Morris Matthews, Josh Herbert and Matt Kitts rounded out the top five feature finishers. Dupra led the first 12 circuits before Guthrie took the lead away at the halfway stage.
This Saturday at Fulton Speedway the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition on Snap-on Tools Family Autograph Night presented by Canale Insurance. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Shawn Donath, Mike Bowman, Roy Brenahan, Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath, John Pietrowicz, John Behron, Jeremy Pitcher, Mark Davison, Mike Holmes, Matt Hulsizer, Gregg Carner, Brandon Sweet, Jason Rood, Beth Schneider, Amanda Whitney, Alan Fink, George Dyer, Joey Williams, Dave Reilley, Jim Spano, Nate Higgins.

PRO STOCK OPEN---John Pietrowicz, Pete Stefanski, Bret Belden, Billy Clark, Ron Marsden, Russ Marsden, Jim Evans, Dick Parkhurst, Rob Seavy, Bob Buono, Scott Kocher, Adam Hunt, Mike Vaughn, Dale Guernsey, Dave Briggs, Jack Terrell.

PURE STOCK OPEN---Ron Hawker, Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden, Pat Hobbs, Nick Rizzo, Ken Hamm, Dan Hofmann Sr., Mike Watkins, Quinton Burton, Adam Guilds, Dave Emmons, Phil Norman, Nate Peckham, Joe Briere, Jim Wallace, Todd Koegel, Jim Donaldson, Bob Buono, Brandon Warner, Steve Crouse, Sid Harmer Jr., Scott White, Darl Ellis Sr., Chris Smiedy.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Glen Erwin, Aron Backus, Lorraine Powelczyk, Nelson Bice II, Chris Fountaine, Frank Sanchez, Fred Newton, Rich Murtaugh, Sam Carista, Russell Erwin, Fred Newton II.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Chad Dupra, Morris Matthews, Josh Herbert, Matt Kitts.


SNAP-ON TOOLS FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT PRESENTED BY CANALE INSURANCE THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...This Saturday, August 19 at Fulton Speedway will be Snap-on Tools Family Autograph Night presented by Canale Insurance. In race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson currently leads the DIRT Big Block Modified point standings in search of another track title at the popular Oswego County track. Johnson has won five feature races to date. Tim Fuller and Pat Ward remain in striking distance of Johnson. Fuller, the defending track champion, has won four main events this season. Ward has managed a single win in the highly competitive division.
Shawn Donath is the point leader as of this writing in the DIRT Sportsman class. Donath has not won a feature event to date, but consistent finishes have prevailed. Sam Reakes IV and Joey Williams follow Donath in the rankings. Billy Clark and Bob Buono are the top two battling for the DIRT Pro Stock track title. Clark has won five features to date, with Buono winning on four occasions.
Veteran Dave Mannise appears headed to the Pure Stock track title with four feature wins to date. The Four Cylinder Super Stocks will be in action this Saturday night for the third time this season. Joey Delacruz and Chuck Powelczyk have won the main events. Chad Guthrie is the current point leader in the Four Cylinder Enduro division.
Adult admission is $12 this Saturday night with children ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. this Saturday night. Race competition on Snap-on Tools / Canale Insurance Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FULLER WINS CLASSIC SHOOT-OUT AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON RAYMOND'S CAR CARE / BUDWEISER BEER NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller won a classic Fulton Speedway shoot-out last Saturday night. The defending Fulton Speedway Track Champion and Victoria 200 Champion earned his fourth victory of the season in a event that featured two, three and even four wide competition. And that is not event talking about the wild slide jobs that left the fans on their feet throughout the 35-lap Raymond's Car Care / Budweiser Beer affair.
Tony Buffa raced out to the early lead at the start of the Raymond's Car Care / Budweiser Beer DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the outside pole starting position. Buffa was flying around the top side of the track and would lead the first 18 circuits. Jim Witko Jr. took the top spot away from Buffa on lap-19. Buffa would come right back though and would lead the field again on laps 20 and 21.
Pat Ward became the third different leader of the event on lap-22. Ward would only lead one circuit as Alan Johnson came away with the lead on lap-23. Fuller took the lead away from Johnson on lap-24 and was the third different leader in three laps. On lap 24 Johnson, Fuller and Ward raced down the front stretch three wide. And the rest of the event was the same as the trio battled for the win.
Fuller went on to the feature win in the Native Poker sponsored entry with Johnson and Ward completing the top three feature finishers. Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice and Jim Witko were the next three across the finish line, all with tremendous runs. Jimmy Phelps, Kevin Bates, Danny Johnson and Vinnie Vitale completed the top ten feature finishers.
Shane Donath earned his third 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race win last Saturday night. Shawn Donath, Alan Fink, Joey Williams and Jeremy Pitcher completed the top five feature finishers. Shane Donath led the entire 20-lap distance and was able to hold off his brother Shawn in the late going to claim the feature victory
Pete Stefanski made his first visit to Fulton Speedway this season a successful one last Saturday night by winning the 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock main event. Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Dennis Gauvreau and Dave Briggs completed the top five feature finishers. Curt Prevo led the first two circuits along with lap four. Briggs paced the field on lap three. Stefanski passed Prevo on lap five and never gave the lead away again.
Steve Crouse won his third 20-lap Pure Stock feature race last Saturday night in a photo finish ahead of Phil Marsden. Joe Briere, Dave Mannise and Ron Hawker completed the top five feature finishers. Joe Buske, Jim Wallace and Phil Marsden were all feature race leaders along with Crouse. The event featured plenty of action with the race in doubt until the finish line.
Dan Williams claimed his third 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race win of the season last Saturday night. Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin, Andrew Schartner and Tom Walsh finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams made the winning move past Austin on lap six. Larry Casbohm led the opening circuit while Mike Isabell paced the field laps two through four.
This Wednesday, August 16 at Fulton Speedway is a Two For One General Admission special. In race competition will be the DIRT Sportsman, $500 to win Pro Stock Open, $400 to win Pure Stock Open, $200 to win Four Cylinder Super Stock special and a $200 to win Four Cylinder Enduro. Modified hot lap sessions will also be offered. Show time is 7 p.m.
Saturday, August 19 is the final Family Autograph Night of the season. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in action on the high-banked track. Race time is set for 7 p.m.
For more information on any Fulton Speedway event please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

RAYMOND'S CAR CARE / BUDWEISER BEER FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko Jr., Jimmy Phelps, Kevin Bates, Danny Johnson, Vinnie Vitale, John Barker, Dan Vauter, Chad Phelps, Tony Buffa, Darren Forbes, Pete Taylor, Brett Tonkin, Tim Kerr, Jeff Isabell, Tim Sears, Tom Sears, Brian Murphy, Tim Harris, Joe Isabell, Matt Fink.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Shane Donath, Shawn Donath, Alan Fink, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher, Mike Holmes, Sam Reakes IV, Mark Davison, John Pietrowicz, John Behron, Matt Hulsizer, Mike Bowman, Nate Higgins, Beth Schneider, Jordan Bennett, Joe August Jr., Steve Marshall, Brian Sage, Dave Reilley, Roy Bresnahan, Jason Rood, Roger West, George Dyer, Doug Shattell.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Pete Stefanski, Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Dennis Gauvreau, Dave Briggs, Ron Marsden, Jason Parkhurst, Curt Prevo, Jack Terrell, Jerry Button, Rick Duanehauer, Mike Vaughn, Jim Evans, Dale Guernsey, Dave Meeks, Adam Hunt.

PURE STOCKS---Steve Crouse, Phil Marsden, Joe Briere, Dave Mannise, Ron Hawker, Rusty Marsden, Gary Barton, Dave Marcucculli, Jim Wallace, Adam Guilds, Chuck Thomas, Dave Emmons, Dan Hofmann Sr., Rob Whipple, Steve Woodworth, Joe Buske, Quinton Burton, Phil Norman, Bob Whipple.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin, Andrew Schartner, Tom Walsh, Larry Casbohm, Nick Ribbe, Rocco Leone, Ken Gamlen, Luke Lonergan, Joe Gwilt, Kelly Skinner, Lisa Thomas, Jeff Barker, Tommy Felicia, Dennis Propheter, Frank Sobotka, Jeff Hays, Lowell Zehr, Mike Isabell, Jamie King, Brenda Rice, Jeff Isabell Jr.


FULLER WINS FOURTH OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON COORS LIGHT / SUN-UP FOODS NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller wasted little time in moving to the front of the DIRT Big Block Modified field last Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Coors Light / Sun-Up Foods Night. In the process the driver from Northern New York won his fourth $2,000 to win 35-lap event of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in the Native Poker sponsored entry.
DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Kevin Bates jumped out to the early lead at the start of the main event from the outside pole starting position. Bates led the first five circuits of the event. Tom Sears Jr. took the top spot away from Bates on lap six. Bates regained the lead from Sears on lap seven. And the duo continued to swap the top spot through lap nine.
Fuller took the lead away from Sears on lap-10 as he wasted little time in charging to the front. Decker followed Fuller through the field and the duo raced side by side for over 10 circuits. Alan Johnson made his typical late race charge to make it a three car battle for the win. Fuller never gave up possession of the top spot and earned the feature win.
Alan Johnson won the battle for the second position with Decker having to settle for third. Jimmy Phelps and Danny Johnson finished in positions fourth and fifth respectively. Pat Ward, Bates, Ryan Phelps, Matt Sheppard and Scott Prentice completed the top ten feature finishers in the most competitive field in DIRT Motorsports racing.
Former IMCA Modified Track Champion and current point leader Johnny Hill earned his third 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race win last Friday night. Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook, Rich Keller and Steve Coit rounded out the top five feature finishers. Hill made the winning move on lap-18 past Caswell. Rich Keller and Coit were also feature race leaders.
Tim Devendorf was another former track champion that added to his point lead last Friday night. Devendorf won his fourth ESDCA Mod Lite feature race win ahead of Mike Isabell, Lowell Zehr, Joe Gwilt and Rocco Leone. Devendorf passed Mike Isabell for the win on lap-16. Isabell led the first 15-laps of the main event.
Chuck Powelczyk maintained his point lead in the Four Cylinder Super Stock class with his sixth 15-lap win of the season last Friday night. Joey Delacruz, Claude Hutchings Jr., Aron Backus and Lorraine Powelczyk finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Powelczyk earned the victory with a last lap pass of Delacruz. Matt Wetterer and Sam Carista were also feature race winners.
Chad Guthrie won yet another Four Cylinder Enduro last Friday night and added to his point lead in the class. Chad Dupra, Morris Matthews, Josh Herbert and Jerry Herbert completed the top five feature finishers.
Race competition will pick-up again this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks all in action. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, August 30 is the long awaited return of the Advance Auto Parts Big Block Super DIRT Series to the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The winner of the 100-lap affair will collect $6,000. An IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race will also be featured. Race time is 7:30 p.m.
For more information on any Brewerton Speedway event please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

COORS LIGHT / SUN-UP FOODS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Pat Ward, Kevin Bates, Ryan Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Kenny Stafford, Jeff Isabell, Tony Buffa, Matt Fink, Brian Murphy, Tim Kerr, Sterling Miller, Tom Sears Jr., Butch Tittle, Tim Harris, Steve Hulsizer.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook, Rich Keller, Steve Coit, Dave Talbot, Bob Bradt, Bill Anderson Jr., Calvin Painter, Don Renfer, Pete Anderson, Tony Finch, Brian Evenden, Jeff Cardinale, Rich Townsend, Pat Pontello, Bill Anderson, Tim Hearne, Greg Kimball, Mike Jeffries, Rob Keller, Coleen Finch, Les Hubbard.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Mike Isabell, Lowell Zehr, Joe Gwilt, Rocco Leone, Doug Williams, Jeff Isabell Jr., Tom Walsh, Dan Williams, Andrew Schartner, Nick Ribbe, Ken Gamlen, Tommy Felicia, Steve Miller, Luke Lonergan, Jeff Hays, Kelly Skinner, Gary Schug, Lisa Thomas, Darren Austin, John Byrnes, Tony Steiner, Brenda Rice, Jamie King, Mike Bruce, Jeff Barker, Tod Simons, Kevin Donhauser, Frank Sobotka.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Claude Hutchings Jr., Aron Backus, Lorraine Powelczyk, Chris Kranz, Frank Sanchez, Sam Carista, Matt Wetterer, John Goldman, Robert Burke, Rich Murtaugh, Steve Randall.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO---Chad Guthrie, Chad Dupra, Morris Matthews, Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert.


ACTION PACKED SHOW PLANNED AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH ON RAYMOND'S CAR CARE NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Another action packed show of professional DIRT Motorsports competition is planned at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, August 12. In race competition on Raymond's Car Care / Budweiser Beer Night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson and Chad Phelps are the top six drivers currently in the DIRT Big Block Modified standings at Fulton Speedway. Alan Johnson leads the win list with five victories, while Fuller has managed three wins. Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice and Ward have all claimed a solo triumph at the Home of the Victoria 200.
Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Joey Williams, Shane Donath and Roy Bresnahan lead the way to date in the DIRT Sportsman standings. Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Ron Marsden, Jason Parkhurst and Jack Terrell rank in the top five currently in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Rusty Marsden, Ron Hawker and Dan Hofmann Sr. rank in the top five in the Pure Stock class.
Doug Williams, Ken Gamlen, Tim Devendorf, Tod Simons and Darren Austin top the standings in the ESDCA Mod Lite ranks. Well over 100 cars will battle on the high-banked track this Saturday night. Adult admission is $12, with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing set to start at 7 p.m.
For more information on Raymond's Car Care / Budweiser Beer Night this Saturday, or for any upcoming Fulton Speedway event please go on line to www.fultonspeedway. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached 24 hours a day at 315-668-RACE.


FINAL FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT OF THE SEASON THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 11TH AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...The final Family Autograph Night of the 2006 season is this Friday, August 11 at Brewerton Speedway. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. The great evening of family entertainment on Coors Light / Sun-Up Foods Night will start at 7:30 p.m
Family Autograph Night is always a popular one at Brewerton Speedway. At the conclusion of all the qualifying events, all cars and their drivers will be allowed out to the front straight of the track. At that time fans of all ages are invited out to meet their favorite driver, obtain autographs and take pictures of their favorite drivers. Race teams are also prepared with plenty of give-always.
On the track competition will be the normal Brewerton Speedway standard. Fans will be treated to plenty of two, three and even four wide competition on the D-shaped track. Well over 100 cars will battle in the show of professional motorsports competition. Adult admission is $12, with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located just off of Interstate Route 81 in Brewerton, N.Y. Free parking is offered for every event.


BELDEN AND HAWKER WIN OPEN EVENTS AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Bret Belden and Ron Hawker were feature race winners in their respective Open events last Tuesday at Brewerton Speedway. Belden claimed $500 for his victory in the Pro Stock Open event, while Hawker earned $400 for his triumph in the Pure Stock Open. , Dan Williams, Joey Delacruz and Morris Matthews were also feature winners on the night.
Bret Belden earned the 20-lap Pro Stock Open feature win last Tuesday night over Bob Buono, Ron Marsden, Billy Clark and Jason Parkhurst. Belden led the entire 20-lap distance. In the late going he was able to hold off Buono, who worked up from the tenth starting position.
Ron Hawker claimed the win in the 20-lap Pure Stock Open. Kurt Decker, Rusty Marsden, Brandon Warner and Dick Stark completed the top five feature finishers in the 26-car starting field. Hawker made the move for the victory past Mannise on lap-11. Steve Crouse led the first two circuits. Mannise led the field from laps three through ten.
Dale Caswell earned his third 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race win last Tuesday night. Sean Lias, Kevan Cook, Johnny Hill and Brian Evenden finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Caswell made the winning move past Hill on lap eight. Steve Coit and Rob Keller were also feature race leaders early in the event.
Dan Williams won his fourth ESDCA Mod Lite feature race last Tuesday night. Lowell Zehr, Andrew Schartner, Kevin Donhauser and Rocco Leone completed the top five feature finishers. Darren Austin led the first four laps of the main event. Mike Isabell took the top spot away from Austin on lap five. Williams made the winning move past Isabell on lap-10.
Joey Delacruz claimed his eighth feature race win of the season in the Four Cylinder Super Stock division last Tuesday night. Matt Wetterer, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh and Claude Hutchings Jr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Delacruz passed Murtaugh for the lead on lap three. Wetterer challenged Delacruz in the late going, but had to settle for second.
Morris Matthews won his first Four Cylinder Enduro feature race last Tuesday night. Josh Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Matt Kitts and Jerry Herbert rounded out the top five feature finishers.
This Friday, August 11 at Brewerton Speedway is the final Family Autograph Night of the season. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.
Wednesday, August 30 is the long awaited return of the Advance Auto DIRT Big Block Modified Super DIRT Series to the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The winner of the 100-lap affair will pocket $6,000. An IMCA Modified Empire State Series event will also be contested. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.

AVON PRODUCTS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Dale Caswell, Sean Lias, Kevan Cook, Johnny Hill, Brian Evenden, Rich Townsend, Bob Bradt, Les Hubbard, Steve Coit, Bill Anderson Jr., Calvin Painter, Rich Keller, Jeff Cardinale, Aaron Jacobs, Don Renfer, Pete Anderson, Bill Anderson, Greg Kimball, Tim Hearne, Rich Riggs, Rob Keller, Dave Talbot, Tony Finch, Pat Pontello.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Lowell Zehr, Andrew Schartner, Kevin Donhauser, Rocco Leone, Mike Isabell, Jeff Barker, Darren Austin, Ken Gamlen, Tim Devendorf, Jeff Isabell Jr., Frank Sobotka, Luke Lonergan, Jeff Hays, Jamie King, Kelly Skinner, Joe Abbass, Justin Crisafulli, Chuck DeMott, Tod Simons.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Matt Wetterer, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Claude Hutchings Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk, Chris Kranz, Aron Backus, Sam Curcie, Frank Sanchez, Wally Redmond, Steve Randall, Sam Carista, Chris Fountaine, Matt Fay.

PRO STOCK FEATURE---Bret Belden, Bob Buono, Ron Marsden, Billy Clark, Jason Parkhurst, Jack Terrell, Dick Parkhurst, Dale Guernsey, Curt Prevo, Jim Evans.

PURE STOCK FEATURE---Ron Hawker, Kurt Decker, Rusty Marsden, Brandon Warner, Dick Stark, Darl Ellis Sr., Dave Mannise, Todd Raabe, Chris Smiedy, Dana Aikens, Jim Donaldson, Jeff Hunter, Steve Woodworth, Scott White, Stan Clark, Dave Pope, Steve Crouse, Mike Watkins, Dan Hofmann Sr., Larry Rowley, Darryl Krebs, Nate Peckham, Mark Davison, Dan Winks, Jim Wallace, Rodney True.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Morris Matthews, Josh Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Matt Kitts, Jerry Herbert.


PRENTICE CLAIMS VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR SPOT AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Scott Prentice claimed the victory in the 25-lap DIRT Big Block Modified Victoria 200 All Star Qualifier last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. With the victory Prentice now has a spot, if needed, in the Victoria 200 All Star Race which is the final chance to qualify for the 21st Annual $20,000 to win Victoria 200 on Saturday, September 30.
Prentice jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Fernandez Auto Mall DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Steve Hulsizer took
the top spot away from Prentice on lap two. Hulsizer would lead the field through the fourth circuit. Prentice took the top spot away from Hulsizer on lap five after the duo raced side by side, lap after lap.
In the final half of the race lapped traffic was a factor. Hulsizer made several runs on Prentice, but was never able to make the pass. In the closing laps Kevin Bates made it a three car battle for the win. Prentice held off all challengers and claimed his first victory of the season on the high-banked track. Bates worked up to a second place finish with Hulsizer settling for third.
Jim Witko Jr. and Ryan Phelps completed the top five feature finishers. Chad Phelps, Tim Sears, John Barker, Tony Buffa and Pete Taylor finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively.
Jeremy Pitcher won his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, John Pietrowicz and Gregg Carner completed the top five feature finishers. Roger West led the first three circuits before John Pietrowicz paced the field on laps four and five. Pitcher made the winning move past Pietrowicz on lap six.
Billy Clark earned his fifth 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race win last Saturday night. Jason Parkhurst, Bob Buono, Freddy Dennis and Jack Terrell followed Clark across the finish line in the top five. Terrell led the opening three circuits of the main event. Parkhurst took command of the field on lap four and would lead through the halfway stage. Clark made his winning move past Parkhurst on lap-11.
Phil Marsden claimed his first 20-lap Pure Stock feature race win of the season last Saturday night. Dave Mannise, Steve Crouse, Ron Hawker and Rusty Marsden finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Marsden led the entire 20-lap distance to earn the victory after a season slowed by bad luck.
Dan Williams won his second 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race last Saturday night. Tim Devendorf, Tod Simons, Andrew Schartner and Jeff Barker finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Bill Kisselstein (50's), Darryl Sherman (60's) and Rob Casti (70's) were Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club feature winners last Saturday night. The MVSSC racers returned to Fulton Speedway with a strong car count that entertained the large crowd in attendance.
Chad Guthrie returned to victory lane at the conclusion of the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Morris Matthews, Skip DeGroff, Matt Kitts and Mark Johnston completed the top five feature finishers.
This Saturday at Fulton Speedway professional DIRT Motorsports competition will pick-up again with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites will all be in competition. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Scott Prentice, Kevin Bates, Steve Hulsizer, Jim Witko Jr., Ryan Phelps, Chad Phelps, Tim Sears, John Barker Jr., Tony Buffa, Pete Taylor, Dan Vauter, Darren Forbes, Vinnie Vitale, Matt Fink, Roy Shields, Tim Kerr, Brett Tonkin.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Jeremy Pitcher, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, John Pietrowicz, Gregg Carner, Matt Hulsizer, Joey Williams, Jason Rood, Shane Donath, Roger West, Mark Davison, Dave Reilley, Alan Fink, George Dyer, John Behron, Mike Bowman, Doug Shattell, Roy Bresnahan, Beth Schneider, Amanda Whitney, Steve Marshall, Brad Townsend, Mike Holmes.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Billy Clark, Jason Parkhurst, Bob Buono, Freddy Dennis, Jack Terrell, Ron Marsden, Dave Briggs, Rick Duanehauer, Jerry Button, Dale Guernsey, Dave Meeks, Jim Evans, Mike Vaughn, Curt Prevo, Scott Springer.

PURE STOCKS---Phil Marsden, Dave Mannise, Steve Crouse, Ron Hawker, Rusty Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Pat Hobbs, Rob Whipple, Dan Hofmann Sr., Jim Wallace, Joe Buske, Jay Martino, Gary Barton, Joe Briere, Quinton Burton, Bob Whipple, Chad Crouse, Chuck Thomas.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Tod Simons, Andrew Schartner, Jeff Barker, Ken Gamlen, Larry Casbohm, Lowell Zehr, Bob Magner, Joe Abbass, Joe Gwilt, Rocco Leone, Sam Morse, Justin Crisafulli, Chuck DeMott, Jeff Hays, Kelly Skinner, Jamie King, Frank Sobotka, Darren Austin, Lisa Thomas, Brenda Rice, Mike Isabell.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Morris Matthews, Skip DeGroff, Matt Kitts, Mark Johnston.

MIDSTATE VINTAGE STOCK CAR CLUB FEATURE WINNERS---50's Bill Kisselstein, 60's Darryl Sherman, 70's Rob Casti.


FANS WITNESS WILD SHOW AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON MONRO MUFFLER / BRAKE & SERVICE FAMILY FUN NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Fans witnessed a wild night of racing at Brewerton Speedway last Friday on Monro Muffler / Brake & Service Family Fun Night. Rob Keller, Tim Devendorf, Dave Mannise and Joey Delacruz were all feature winners at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Rob Keller claimed his sixth 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race victory of the season last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Steve Coit and Don Renfer rounded out the top five feature finishers. Keller came charging from the tenth starting position to the lead in just four circuits. Coleen Finch and Bob Bradt were early feature race leaders.
Tim Devendorf won his third 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race of the year last Friday night. Dan Williams, Tod Simons, Lowell Zehr and Andrew Schartner finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Devendorf made the winning move past Simons on lap-10. John Byrnes and Joe Gwilt were also feature race leaders in the event that started 28 cars.
Veteran Dave Mannise earned the victory in the 20-lap Pure Stock main event last Friday Night. Rusty Marsden, Ron Marsden, Curt Prevo and Steve Woodworth completed the top five feature finishers. Woodworth led the first circuit of the main event. Mannise passed Woodworth on lap two and then held off all challengers for the victory.
Joey Delacruz won his seventh 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Matt Wetterer, Chuck Powelczyk, Aron Backus and Claude Hutchings Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Backus led the first seven laps of the main event. Wetterer passed Backus for the lead on lap eight. Delacruz made the winning move past Wetterer one circuit later.
The Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club returned to Brewerton Speedway and produced quite a show. Feature winners included Bill Kisselstein (50's), Phil Claussen (60's) and Ally Amell (70's).
Rich Keller earned the victory in the eight lap Keller Insurance IMCA Modified Cash Dash. Brian Evenden, Don Renfer, Bob Bradt, Coleen Finch and Carmen Vona Jr. completed the field in the event sponsored by the fine folks from Keller Insurance.
This Tuesday at Brewerton Speedway is Two For One General Admission Special Night. In action will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, a $500 to win Pro Stock Open, a $400 to win Pure Stock Open, a $200 to win Four Cylinder Super Stock special and a $200 to win event for the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Coming up this Friday at Brewerton Speedway is the final Family Autograph Night of the season. In competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

MONRO MUFFLER / BRAKE & SERVICE NIGHT FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Steve Coit, Don Renfer, Brian Evenden, Tony Finch, Bill Anderson, Greg Kimball, Bill Anderson Jr., Pete Anderson, Bob Bradt, Jeff Cardinale, Les Hubbard, Tim Hearne, Coleen Finch, Rich Riggs, Rich Keller, Rich Townsend, Calvin Painter, Mike Jeffries, Dale Caswell, Carmen Vona Jr.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Dan Williams, Tod Simons, Lowell Zehr, Andrew Schartner, Kevin Donhauser, Rocco Leone, Dave Trytek, Darren Austin, Darren Forbes, Gary Schug, Joe Gwilt, Ken Gamlen, Joe Abbass, Chuck DeMott, Tony Steiner, Justin Crisafulli, Luke Lonergan, Mark Hayden, Jeff Isabell Jr., Jeff Hays, Kelly Skinner, Sam Morse, John Byrnes, Brenda Rice, Jamie King, Lisa Thomas, Frank Sobotka.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Matt Wetterer, Chuck Powelczyk, Aron Backus, Claude Hutchings Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk, Chris Kranz, Steve Randall, Chris Fountaine, Matt Fay, Frank Sanchez, Bill Tice, Sam Carista, Todd Williamson, Rich Murtaugh, Howard Koegel, Wally Redmond, Sam Curcie.

PURE STOCKS---Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden, Ron Marsden, Curt Prevo, Steve Woodworth, Chris Cunningham, Chad Crouse, Nathan Peckham, Shawn Dunn, Rodney True, Bob Buono, Jim Wallace, Ron Hawker, Mike Watkins, Bob Whipple, Jim Donaldson, Todd Koegel, Dan Hofmann Sr., Mike Minutolo.

MIDSTATE VINTAGE STOCK CAR CLUB FEATURE WINNERS---Bill Kisselstein (50's), Phil Claussen (60's), Ally Amell (70's).

KELLER INSURANCE IMCA MODIFIED CASH DASH---Rich Keller, Brian Evenden, Don Renfer, Bob Bradt, Coleen Finch, Carmen Vona Jr.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY TWO FOR ONE GRANDSTAND ADMISSION SPECIAL ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 8TH

BREWERTON, NY...Fans will be able to take in a special Two For One Grandstand Admission special show at Brewerton Speedway this Tuesday, August 8. In race competition will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, a $500 to win Pro Stock Open, a $400 to win Pure Stock Open, a $200 to win Four Cylinder Stock special and a $200 to win Four Cylinder Enduro main event.
The IMCA Modified and ESDCA Mod Lite classes will battle in regular shows this Tuesday night with track points on the line. Rules for the Pro Stock and Pure Stocks are quite simple. Competitors must use a 2 barrel carburetor. Automatics must have a torque converter. Standards must have a steel fly wheel. Pro Stock weight is 3,000 pounds. Pure Stock weight is 3,200 pounds. Pro Stocks 10 inch tires. Pure Stocks 8 inch Tires.
Adult admission is $12 with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. And don't forget about the special Two For One Grandstand Admission. Track gates will open at 5:30 p.m. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. on Avon Products Night. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY JUNIOR FAN CLUB MEMBERS TO BE ADMITTED FREE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 5TH

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club Members will be admitted free at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, August 5. In race competition at Fulton Speedway on that night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds in a Victoria 200 All Star Race Qualifier, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, ESDCA Mod Lites, Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers.
Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club Members will receive a gate pass at Fulton Speedway this Saturday by presenting their Junior Fan Club Membership Card at the main ticket window. Adult admission is $12 with those ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. with race action on Fernandez Auto Mall Night starting at 7 p.m.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


TWO FOR ONE GRANDSTAND ADMISSION AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16TH

FULTON, NY...Fans will be treated to a special Two For One Grandstand Admission at Fulton Speedway on Wednesday, August 16. In race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 will be the DIRT Sportsman, a $500 to win Pro Stock Open, a $400 to win Pure Stocks Open, a $200 to win Four Cylinder Super Stock special and a $200 to win Four Cylinder Enduro event. Race time is set for 7 p.m.
The DIRT Sportsman will compete in a normal 20-lap main event that will offer regular track points and the $500 winners share. Rules for the Pro Stock and Pure Stock racers are quite simple. Competitors must use a 2 barrel carburetor. Automatics must have a torque converter. Standards must have a steel fly wheel. Pro Stock weight is 3,000 pounds, Pure Stock weight is 3,200 pounds. Pro Stocks 10 inch tires, Pure Stocks 8 inch tires.
Drivers in the Four Cylinder Super Stock and Four Cylinder Enduro classes will be racing for a hefty $200 on Wednesday, August 16. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. Admission is $12 for Adults, with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. And don't forget about the Two For One Grandstand Admission special for this show. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR SPOT ON THE LINE THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 5TH AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...A Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All Star spot is on the line this Saturday, August 5th at Fulton Speedway. The race winner of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event will earn a position in the race that offers the final chance to qualify for the 21st Annual Victoria 200 on September 30. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Enduro racers and the Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club will also be in race competition this Saturday night.
Chad Phelps, Ryan Phelps, Tom Sears, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Vinnie Vitale, Jim Witko, John Barker, Tim Sears, Tony Buffa, Joe Isabell, Pete Taylor, Brett
Tonkin, Jeff Isabell and Matt Fink are some of the drivers that will look to run up front this Saturday night at the Home of the Victoria 200 in the DIRT Big Block Modified division. The feature win could go to almost anyone, in the event that will offer all drivers show-up points.
Sam Reakes IV, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams, Roy Bresnahan and Shane Donath are the top five to date in the DIRT Sportsman ranks. Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Ron
Marsden, Jason Parkhurst and Jack Terrell make-up the top five to date in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Ron Hawker top the Pure Stock standings currently.
Doug Williams, Ken Gamlen, Darren Austin, Tim Devendorf and Tod Simons rank in the top five in the current ESDCA Mod Lite standings. Chad Guthrie, Morris Matthews and Mark Johnston lead the way in the Four Cylinder Enduro rankings. The Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club and their cars from the 50's, 60's and 70's will visit Fulton Speedway for the first time in several seasons this Saturday night.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, August 5 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. Adult admission is $12, with all those ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free.


HEAVY RAIN FORCES ANOTHER CANCELLATION AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Heavy rain forced another cancellation at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. The rain started just before 3 p.m. and lasted for over a half-hour. The heavy rain left the entire track grounds virtually under water which left no chance of racing on the night. It was the seventh rain-out of the season. Race competition is schedule to start-up again this Saturday, August 5.
For up to date schedule information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


$5 ADMISSION FAMILY FUN NIGHT PRESENTED BY MONRO MUFFLER BRAKE & SERVICE AT BREWERTON
SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4TH

BREWERTON, NY...This Friday, August 4 at Brewerton Speedway will be $5 Admission Family Fun Night presented by Monro Muffler Brake & Service. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
A great evening of family entertainment is scheduled for Brewerton Speedway this Friday night. Grandstand admission is only $5, with all those nine years of age and under admitted free of charge. Brewerton Speedway gates on August 4 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.
Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard and Rob Keller are the top five drivers currently in the IMCA Modified division. The IMCA racers will compete in a regular 20-lap main event this Friday night. Selected drivers will also battle in the Keller Insurance Cash Dash. Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Darren Austin and Ken Gamlen make-up the top five to date in the ESDCA Mod Lite ranks.
Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson, Aron Backus and Claude Hutchings Jr. rank in the top five in the Four Cylinder Super Stock class. The Pure Stock racers will make their second start of the season this Friday at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. And the racers from the Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club and their cars from the 50's, 60's and 70's will also be in competition.


DIRT SPORTSMAN HAVE TWO DATES REMAINING THIS SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...The popular DIRT Sportsman division have two races remaining this season at Brewerton Speedway. The DIRT Sportsman will be in race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on August 18 and on September 1. Russ Hefti won the first DIRT Sportsman event held at the track in several seasons back on July 14. Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Jeremy Pitcher and Roy Bresnahan completed the top five feature finishers.
This Friday, August 4 at Brewerton Speedway is $5 Admission Family Fun Night presented by Monro Muffler Brake & Service. The IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club will all be in competition. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


WET AND FLOODED GROUNDS CAUSES SHOW TO BE CALLED OFF AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Wet and flooded grounds caused the show to be called off at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night. Race competition will start-up again this Friday, August 4 with the $5 Admission Family Fun Night presented by Monro Muffler Brake & Service. In race competition will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club.
Due to the rain-out a show has been added to the Brewerton Speedway scheduled on Tuesday, August 8. In race competition will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod
Lites, a $500 to win Pro Stock open, a $400 to win Pure Stock open, a $200 to win Four Cylinder Super Stock special and a $200 to win event for the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Track points will be awarded in all regular classes. A special Two For One Admission will be offered for this event.
For more information on upcoming events at Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


JOEY SALDANA COMING TO FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS TUESDAY JULY 25TH ON A HOT STRING IN
THE KASEY KAHNE OWNED ENTRY IN WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CARS COMPETITION


FULTON, NY...Joey Saldana is coming to Fulton Speedway this Tuesday, July 25 on a hot string in the Kasey Kahne owned entry in World of Outlaws Sprint Cars competition. Saldana recorded two big victories recently in the state of Ohio, winning the Kings Royal, as well as the Brad Doty Classic. Saldana and the rest of the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars Series travelers will all be looking for the $10,000 to win payday this Tuesday night.
Saldana also enjoyed some success last season at Fulton Speedway. The second generation driver set fast time in time trials and finished fifth in the "A" main. Donny Schatz, Craig Dollanksy, Jac Haudenschild, Daryn Pitman, defending race winner Brooke Tatnell, Chad Kemenah, Randy Hannagan and Terry McCarl are just some of the World of Outlaws stars that will look for success this Tuesday night on the high-banked track.
Pre-sale tickets for the second ever appearance by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series are still available. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531. A Mod Lite Invitational Feature only and a Pure Stock Invitational Feature only will also be part of the fan friendly race program this Tuesday night.
Fulton Speedway pit gates on Tuesday, July 25 will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Hot laps, to be followed by the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars time trials will start at approximately 6:30 p.m. Actual race competition will begin at 7:30 p.m. The track is located on Route 57, just south of the city limits of Fulton, N.Y.


TIM FULLER PASSES JIMMY PHELPS ON FOURTH TURN OF FINAL LAP TO WIN COCA-COLA DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED
FEATURE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller passed Jimmy Phelps coming out of the fourth turn of the final lap to win the Coca-Cola DIRT Big Block Modified feature at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. Phelps held the advantage to near the end, when Fuller benefited from lapped traffic. The win was Fuller's third of the season and his second triumph in a photo finish at the Home of the Victoria 200 this season.
Joe Isabell raced out to the early lead at the start of the Coca-Cola DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Isabell led the first two circuits. Pete Taylor took the top spot away from Isabell on lap three. Taylor was enjoying a tremendous outing in leading the talented field holding off the likes of first Tim Sears and then Jimmy Phelps.
Taylor would lead through lap-25. It was on lap-26 when Phelps finally was able to slip by Taylor. Fuller also passed Taylor at the same time and the battle for the feature win was on. Phelps was able to hold off Fuller until the fourth turn of the final circuit. Fuller gained the advantage in lapped traffic and claimed the thrilling victory over Phelps in the Native Poker sponsored entry.
Phelps had to settle for second with Alan Johnson, Tim Sears and Pete Taylor completing the top five feature finishers. Sears and Taylor earned season-high finishes. Tom Sears, Pat Ward, Chad Phelps, Jim Witko and Ryan Phelps finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively.
Roy Bresnahan earned his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race win of the 2006 season last Saturday night. Dave Reilley, Jeremy Pitcher, Joey Williams and Shawn Donath rounded out the top five feature finishers. John Pietrowicz led the first nine laps of the main event. Bresnahan passed Pietrowicz for the lead and eventual win just at the halfway stage of the event.
Bob Buono won his fourth 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race of the season last Saturday night. Billy Clark, Jason Parkhurst, Jack Terrell and Ron Marsden completed the top five feature finishers. Parkhurst led the first six laps of the feature race. Buono and Clark then had a battle of their own for the feature win which had the drivers swapping the lead. Buono came out on top at the end.
Steve Crouse claimed his second 20-lap Pure Stock main event win last Saturday night. Rusty Marsden, Dave Mannise, Ron Hawker and Dan Hofmann Sr. chased Crouse across the finish line. Joe Briere led the first three circuits of the main event. Crouse made the move for the eventual victory on lap four and then held off all challengers.
Doug Williams won another 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race last Saturday night. Tim Devendorf, Jeff Isabell Jr., Darren Austin and Ken Gamlen finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams made the winning move past Isabell on lap eight. Andrew Schartner led three feature laps in the early going.
Chad Guthrie won another Four Cylinder Enduro feature last Saturday night. Josh Herbert, Jon Shumway, Morris Mathews and Skip DeGroff finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
The Central New York Mini Sprints will join the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks in race activity this Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Show time is set for 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.
Tuesday, July 25 is the date of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series invasion to Fulton Speedway. Advance sale tickets are available for the "Greatest Show on Dirt". A Mod Lite Invitational feature and a Pure Stock Invitational feature will also be part of the program. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. Australian racer Brooke Tatnell is the defending race champion.
COCA-COLA FEATURE RACE SUMMARY

DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Alan Johnson, Tim Sears, Pete Taylor, Tom Sears Jr., Pat Ward, Chad Phelps, Jim Witko Jr., Ryan Phelps, Tony Buffa, Kevin Bates, Vinnie Vitale, John Barker, Roy Shields, Brett Tonkin, Matt Fink, Danny Johnson, Bob Bennett, Scott Prentice, Joe Isabell, Tim Harris.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Roy Bresnahan, Dave Reilley, Jeremy Pitcher, Joey Williams, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Jason Rood, Mike Bowman, Chris Hile, Ryan Richardson, Darren Forbes, Alan Fink, John Behron, Mark Davison, Roger West, Jordan Bennett, Mike Holmes, John Pietrowicz, Stewart Garrison, George Dyer, Gregg Carner, Shane Donath, Rick Rogala.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Bob Buono, Billy Clark, Jason Parkhurst, Jack Terrell, Ron Marsden, Mike Vaughn, Dale Guernsey, Dave Briggs, Curt Prevo, Scott Springer, Jim Evans, Dave Meeks, Jerry Button, Rick Duanehauer.

PURE STOCKS---Steve Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Dave Mannise, Ron Hawker, Dan Hofmann Sr., Gary Barton, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Adam Guilds, Dan Winks, Jim Wallace, Rob Whipple, Joe Buske, Ricky DeGroff, Joe Briere, Bob Whipple, Alex Kelsey, Quinton Burton.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Jeff Isabell Jr., Darren Austin, Ken Gamlen, Tod Simons, Justin Crisafulli, Frank Sobotka, Andrew Schartner, Mike Isabell, Tom Walsh, Joe Gwilt, Chuck DeMott, Kelly Skinner, Larry Casbohm, Brenda Rice, Chris Propheter, Lisa Thomas, Jamie King.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert, Jon Shumway, Morris Mathews, Skip DeGroff.


WARD HOLDS OFF JOHNSON FOR POPULAR VICTORY AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Pat Ward earned a popular victory at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night. Ward held off Alan Johnson to claim the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win in front of a large crowd at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on a hot summer night. The $2,000 victory was the first of the season for the driver of the LJL Racing Gypsum Express entry.
DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Joe Isabell raced out to the early lead at the start of the main event from the outside pole starting position. Isabell was running strong and would lead the opening 14 circuits. Matt Sheppard took the top spot away from Isabell on lap-15. Sheppard attempted to pull away from the field, but soon had Pat Ward in tow.
It was on lap-27 when Ward took the top spot away from Sheppard. This time it was Ward who had company in moving to the front. Alan Johnson passed Sheppard for the second position on lap-30. The stage was set for another Johnson late race victory, but Ward had no part of it. Ward held off Johnson to earn the popular win at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Johnson had to settle for second with Jimmy Phelps, Sheppard and Steve Hulsizer completing the top five feature finishers. Scott Prentice, Joe Isabell, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller and Chuck Bower were the sixth through tenth place finishers in the Brewerton all-star field.
Russ Hefti claimed the win in the first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Friday night. Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Jeremy Pitcher and Roy Bresnahan completed the top five in the official order of finish. Reakes led the first 15-laps of the main event. Hefti was unable to slip under Reakes for the lead on lap-16. The DIRT Sportsman will return to Brewerton Speedway on Friday, July 28.
Rob Keller won his fourth 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard and Dale Caswell finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Pete Anderson led the opening two circuits of the main event. Keller took the top spot from Anderson on lap three. Hill led laps five through seven, but Keller came back to the top spot for good on lap eight.
Dan Williams won his second straight 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite main event last Friday night. Jeff Isabell Jr., Kevin Donhauser, Tim Devendorf and Doug Williams followed the winner across the finish line. Mike Isabell led the first seven circuits of the feature race. Jeff Isabell Jr. led the field on laps eight and nine. Dan Williams made the winning move on lap-10.
Joey Delacruz earned his fifth 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race win of the season last Friday night. Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Todd Williamson and Claude Hutchings Jr. followed Delacruz across the finish line. Delacruz led the entire distance coming from the third starting position.
Chad Guthrie returned to the winners circle at the conclusion of the Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Jr. and Chad Dupra completed the top five feature finishers.
The Central New York Mini Sprints will make their first appearance in several seasons at Brewerton Speedway this Friday night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will also be in competition. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Steve Hulsizer, Scott Prentice, Joe Isabell, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Ryan Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Kenny Stafford, Tony Buffa, Sean Beardsley, Matt Fink, Todd Stewart, Tim Kerr, Kevin Bates, Danny Johnson.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Russ Hefti, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Jeremy Pitcher, Roy Bresnahan, Jason Rood, Rob Bellinger, Rob Hile, Matt Hulsizer, John Behron, Alan Fink, Mike Entwistle, Jim Larock, Joe August Jr., Joey Williams, Steve Kotary, Amanda Whitney, Dave Reilley, Mike Bowman, Kyle Lewis, Mark Davison, Gregg Carner, Shane Donath, Darren Forbes.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell, Rich Keller, Dave Talbot, Bill Anderson Sr., Greg Kimball, Bill Anderson Jr., Richard Townsend, Pete Anderson, Calvin Painter, Jeff Cardinale, Don Renfer, Tim Hearne, Tony Finch, Coleen Finch, Carmen Vona Jr., Steve Coit.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Jeff Isabell Jr., Kevin Donhauser, Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Tod Simons, Gary Schug, Dave Trytek, Frank Sobotka, Tom Walsh, Ken Gamlen, Tony Steiner, Luke Lonergan, Joe Gwilt, Lowell Zehr, Chuck DeMott, Mike Isabell, Kelly Skinner, Brenda Rice, Lisa Thomas, John Byrnes, Andrew Schartner, Darren Austin, Jeff Barker, Jamie King, Justin Crisafulla.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Todd Williamson, Claude Hutchings Jr., Matt Wetterer, Aron Backus, Steve Randall, Lorraine Powelczyk, Matt Fay, Chris Kranz, Sam Carista, Sam Curcie.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Jr., Chad Dupra.


WARD HOLDS OFF JOHNSON FOR POPULAR VICTORY AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Pat Ward earned a popular victory at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night. Ward held off Alan Johnson to claim the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win in front of a large crowd at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on a hot summer night. The $2,000 victory was the first of the season for the driver of the LJL Racing Gypsum Express entry. DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Joe Isabell raced out to the early lead at the start of the main event from the outside pole starting position. Isabell was running strong and would lead the opening 14 circuits. Matt Sheppard took the top spot away from Isabell on lap-15. Sheppard attempted to pull away from the field, but soon had Pat Ward in tow. It was on lap-27 when Ward took the top spot away from Sheppard. This time it was Ward who had company in moving to the front. Alan Johnson passed Sheppard for the second position on lap-30. The stage was set for another Johnson late race victory, but Ward had no part of it. Ward held off Johnson to earn the popular win at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Johnson had to settle for second with Jimmy Phelps, Sheppard and Steve Hulsizer completing the top five feature finishers. Scott Prentice, Joe Isabell, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller and Chuck Bower were the sixth through tenth place finishers in the Brewerton all-star field. Russ Hefti claimed the win in the first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Friday night. Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Jeremy Pitcher and Roy Bresnahan completed the top five in the official order of finish. Reakes led the first 15-laps of the main event. Hefti was unable to slip under Reakes for the lead on lap-16. The DIRT Sportsman will return to Brewerton Speedway on Friday, July 28. Rob Keller won his fourth 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard and Dale Caswell finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Pete Anderson led the opening two circuits of the main event. Keller took the top spot from Anderson on lap three. Hill led laps five through seven, but Keller came back to the top spot for good on lap eight. Dan Williams won his second straight 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite main event last Friday night. Jeff Isabell Jr., Kevin Donhauser, Tim Devendorf and Doug Williams followed the winner across the finish line. Mike Isabell led the first seven circuits of the feature race. Jeff Isabell Jr. led the field on laps eight and nine. Dan Williams made the winning move on lap-10. Joey Delacruz earned his fifth 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race win of the season last Friday night. Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Todd Williamson and Claude Hutchings Jr. followed Delacruz across the finish line. Delacruz led the entire distance coming from the third starting position. Chad Guthrie returned to the winners circle at the conclusion of the Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Jr. and Chad Dupra completed the top five feature finishers. The Central New York Mini Sprints will make their first appearance in several seasons at Brewerton Speedway this Friday night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will also be in competition. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Steve Hulsizer, Scott Prentice, Joe Isabell, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Ryan Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Kenny Stafford, Tony Buffa, Sean Beardsley, Matt Fink, Todd Stewart, Tim Kerr, Kevin Bates, Danny Johnson. DIRT SPORTSMAN---Russ Hefti, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Jeremy Pitcher, Roy Bresnahan, Jason Rood, Rob Bellinger, Rob Hile, Matt Hulsizer, John Behron, Alan Fink, Mike Entwistle, Jim Larock, Joe August Jr., Joey Williams, Steve Kotary, Amanda Whitney, Dave Reilley, Mike Bowman, Kyle Lewis, Mark Davison, Gregg Carner, Shane Donath, Darren Forbes. IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell, Rich Keller, Dave Talbot, Bill Anderson Sr., Greg Kimball, Bill Anderson Jr., Richard Townsend, Pete Anderson, Calvin Painter, Jeff Cardinale, Don Renfer, Tim Hearne, Tony Finch, Coleen Finch, Carmen Vona Jr., Steve Coit. ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Jeff Isabell Jr., Kevin Donhauser, Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Tod Simons, Gary Schug, Dave Trytek, Frank Sobotka, Tom Walsh, Ken Gamlen, Tony Steiner, Luke Lonergan, Joe Gwilt, Lowell Zehr, Chuck DeMott, Mike Isabell, Kelly Skinner, Brenda Rice, Lisa Thomas, John Byrnes, Andrew Schartner, Darren Austin, Jeff Barker, Jamie King, Justin Crisafulla. FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Todd Williamson, Claude Hutchings Jr., Matt Wetterer, Aron Backus, Steve Randall, Lorraine Powelczyk, Matt Fay, Chris Kranz, Sam Carista, Sam Curcie. FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Jr., Chad Dupra.


DIRT SPORTSMAN ADDED TO RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, JULY 14TH

BREWERTON, NY...The popular DIRT Sportsman division racers have been added to the race program at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, July 14. The DIRT Sportsman will join the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers on the program at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday night. Regular admission prices will be in effect.
The DIRT Sportsman will also be added to the scheduled on selected dates throughout the remainder of the 2006 season. Dates will be announced later this week. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


ALAN JOHNSON STEALS ANOTHER WIN AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson made his typical late race charge last Saturday night at Fulton Speedway and in the process won his fifth 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the 2006 season. Johnson came from the 15th starting position to earn the victory on the multi-groove track. The victory for the Jeff Rudalavage owned, Native Poker sponsored team was worth $2,000.
Pete Taylor led the opening lap of the DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Vinnie Vitale took the top spot away from Taylor on lap two.
Vitale was able to open up a large lead, but that was lost when racing was stopped on lap-17. At that point Rick Amo took part of the first turn wall down after losing his brakes entering the turn. Amo was not injured in the ordeal and racing resumed after repairs to the wall.
Vitale restarted the event strong in search of his first ever feature win at the Home of the Victoria 200. Jimmy Phelps constantly challenged Vitale for the top spot, but Vitale always came out with the feature lead. The final caution period of the race came on lap-31 when Joe Isabell stopped in the fourth turn area without power. On the restart Alan Johnson restarted third in a race that at times he appeared not to be a factor.
Johnson moved into second on the restart and took the lead from Vitale on lap-33 by running the bottom of the track to perfection. Johnson then went on to the victory with Vitale settling for second. Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward and Tim Fuller completed the top ten feature finishers. Chad Phelps, Tom Sears, Kevin Bates, Ryan Phelps and John Barker rounded out the top ten finishers.
Sam Reakes IV claimed his third 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race win last Saturday night. John Behron, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams and Mike Bowman finished in positions second through fifth respectively. DIRT Sportsman rookie driver John Behron led the opening 10-laps of the main event. Reakes made the winning move on lap-11, with Behron earning his best ever finish in the class.
Billy Clark won his fourth 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Jim Evans, Rob Seavy, Curt Prevo and Dave Briggs chased Clark across the finish line. Evans and Seavy were early feature race leaders. Clark passed Evans for the top spot on lap seven and never gave it back. Evans went on to his best finish of the season in second.
Dave Mannise earned his third 20-lap Pure Stock feature race win last Saturday night. Gary Barton, Steve Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Ron Hawker crossed the finish line in position second through fifth respectively. Mannise made the winning move by Steve Crouse on lap-13. Crouse had led the event from the start until being passed by Mannise.
Dan Williams won the 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race last Saturday night. Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin and Darren Forbes completed the top five feature finishers. Dan Williams passed Devendorf on lap-18 to earn the victory.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will start-up again this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, ESDCA Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Enduro cars all in action. Show time is 7 p.m.
The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will invade Fulton Speedway on Tuesday, July 25. Advance sale tickets for the $10,000 to win special are now available.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Vinnie Vitale, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Chad Phelps, Tom Sears Jr., Kevin Bates, Ryan Phelps, John Barker Jr., Danny Johnson, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko Jr., Tony Buffa, Pete Taylor, Tim Sears, Jeff Isabell, Tim Kerr, Roy Shields, Bob Bennett, Joe Isabell, Rick Amo.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Sam Reakes IV, John Behron, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams, Mike Bowman, Alan Fink, Jason Rood, Roy Bresnahan, Mike Holmes, Shane Donath, Jordan Bennett, Darren Forbes, John Pietrowicz, Dave Reilley, Gregg Carner, Steve Kotary, Matt Hulsizer, Nick Humphrey, George Dyer, Jeremy Pitcher, Jon Tesoriero, Mark Davison.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Billy Clark, Jim Evans, Rob Seavy, Curt Prevo, Dave Briggs, Jerry Button, Jason Parkhurst, Dave Meeks, Ron Marsden, Rick Duanehauer, Mike Vaughn, Adam Hunt, Bob Buono, Todd Fey, Jack Terrell, Dale Guernsey.

PURE STOCKS---Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Steve Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr., Ron Hawker, Chad Crouse, Steve Woodworth, Rusty Marsden, Joe Briere, Pat Hobbs, Jim Wallace, Rob Whipple, Joe Buske, Josh Blackwell, Dave Emmons, Adam Guilds, Quinton Burton, Phil Marsden, Bill Thomas, Bob Whipple, Chuck Thomas.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin, Darren Forbes, Tod Simons, Tom Walsh, Andrew Schartner, Jeremie Corcoran, John Byrnes, Tony Steiner, Frank Sobotka, Ken Gamlen, Jeff Isabell Jr., Larry Casbohm, Joe Abbass, Kelly Skinner, Chuck DeMott, Brenda Rice, Dennis Propheter, Lisa Thomas, Alex Propheter, Joe Gwilt, Jeff Barker, Tim Schneider, Chris Propheter, Lowell Zehr.


CURRENT WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CAR SERIES POINT LEADER DONNY SCHATZ TO LEAD THE INVASION
TO FULTON SPEEDWAY ON TUESDAY, JULY 25TH

FULTON, NY...Current World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series point leader Donny Schatz will lead the invasion of the national series racers to Fulton Speedway on Tuesday, July 25. The visit this season will mark the second ever appearance at the high-banked track by the talented drivers that are a part of the "Greatest Show on Dirt". Brooke Tatnell is the defending race champion in the $10,000 to win affair at Fulton Speedway.
Schatz has won a total of seven World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series races to date this season. Joey Saldana has won on four occasions in the Kasey Kahne owned car, while veteran Jac Haudenschild has also won four "A" mains. Craig Dollansky, Terry McCarl and Tatnell have all won two main events this season. Daryn Pittman and Chad Kemenah have both won a single feature in the 2006 season.
Advance sale tickets for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series special at Fulton Speedway on Tuesday, July 25 are now available. Tickets can be purchased over the phone by calling the track office at 315-593-6531 with a Master Card or Visa. Tickets will also be sold on each race night at both Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's. Adult general admission and reserved seat tickets are the only tickets sold in pre-sale. Youth tickets and pit passes will not be sold until the gates open on race day.
Fans are still talking today about the show last season by the stars of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at Fulton Speedway. Plenty of two, three and even four wide competition thrilled the fans at the high banked track. And that is not to mention the wild slide jobs that are all a part of the "Greatest Show on Dirt". The first ever appearance by the World of Outlaws Sprint Series was outstanding, and the second time around should be the same.
For more information on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series special at Fulton Speedway on Tuesday, July 25 please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located at 1603 County Route 57, just south of the city limits of Fulton, N.Y.


ACTION CONTINUES AT THE D-SHAPED DIRT DEMON THIS FRIDAY, JULY 14TH WITH A BIG FIVE CLASS SHOW

BREWERTON, NY...Action will continue at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday, July 14 with a big five class show. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Stewart Friesen, Danny Johnson, Steve Hulsizer and Chuck Bower are the top ten currently in the DIRT Big Block Modified point standings. Both Decker and Fuller have won three feature races with Sheppard winning twice and Alan Johnson a single victory.
Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell, Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook and Rob Keller lead the way in the IMCA Modified point standings. Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Darren Austin and Ken Gamlen lead the way in the current ESDCA Mod Lite rankings. Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson and Glen Erwin top the Four Cylinder Super Stock standings.
Chad Guthrie, Jerry Herbert and Sam Curcie Jr. are the top three drivers to date in the Four Cylinder Enduro point standings. Well over 100 cars will battle in the professional show of dirt motorsports competition this Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Adult admission is $12 with all those ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 14 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11, just minutes off of Interstate Route 81.


BIG BLOCK SERIES RACE NOT TO BE RESCHEDULED AT FULTON SPEEDWAY / ATTENTION NOW TURNS TO
WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CAR SERIES ON TUESDAY, JULY 25TH


FULTON, NY...The Advance Auto Parts Big Block Super DIRT Series race that was cancelled on June 28 at Fulton Speedway will not be rescheduled. The next major special at Fulton Speedway will be on Tuesday, July 25 which will include the second ever appearance by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. Weekly racing at the Home of the Victoria 200 continues every Saturday night at 7 p.m.
Last season the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series stars treated the Fulton Speedway fans with a tremendous show. Fans witnessed two, three and even four wide competition on the high-banked track. Add in plenty of daring slide-jobs, the show is still talked about one year later. Australian driver Brooke Tatnell came from the tenth starting position to claim the $10,000 winners share last July.
Advance sale tickets for the World of Outlaws special on Tuesday, July 25 are available. Tickets can be purchased with a Master Card or Visa card by calling the track office at 315-593-653. Tickets will also be sold on all race nights leading up to the show at both Fulton and Brewerton Speedway's. Adult general admission tickets and Reserved Seat tickets are all available in pre-sale.
For more information on upcoming events at Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. And don't forget to plan now for the 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway which is set for September 29-30. For more information on that go to www.vcitoria200.com. Victoria 200 Weekend tickets will go on sale August 14.


DECKER HOLDS OFF McCREADIE FOR THIRD WIN OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON COCA-COLA NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Billy Decker held off Tim McCreadie to win his third 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Coca-Cola Night. Decker came charging from the eighth starting position and then held off the most talented field in DIRT Modified racing to claim the win in the LJL Racing Gypsum Wholesalers ride.
Talented Canadian racer Todd Stewart jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Coca-Cola DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Stewart led the opening four circuits. Tom Sears took the top spot away from Stewart on lap five. Jimmy Phelps became the third different leader of the event on lap-10. Jimmy Phelps would pace the pack through lap-12.
It was on lap-13 when Decker came away with the lead. But, Decker had company in working to the front of the field in the form of Tim McCreadie. McCreadie passed Jimmy Phelps on lap-16 to move into the second position. The second-generation driver made several runs at Decker, but was never able to take the top spot away. Decker earned the $2,000 payday with McCreadie settling for second.
Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward and Steve Hulsizer completed the top five feature finishers. Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Stewart Friesen, Matt Sheppard and Chuck Bower finished in positions second through tenth respectively.
Current IMCA Modified point leader Johnny Hill won his second 20-lap feature race of the season last Friday night. Rob Keller, Bill Anderson Sr., Dale Caswell and Pat Pontello finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Hill ran down and made the winning move past Rob Keller on lap-18. Pat Pontello led the opening six laps of the feature race.
Dan Williams earned his first 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race win of the year last Friday night. Dan Williams made the winning move past Kevin Donhauser on lap-15. Jeff Barker, Tod Simons and Donhauser were all feature race leaders in the caution marred event
Chuck Powelczyk claimed his fifth win of the season in the 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Friday night. Mitch Hurlbert, Claude Hutchings Jr., Rich Rainville and Rich Murtaugh followed the winner across the finish line. Powelczyk came away withthe lead from Joey Delacruz on lap-12. Lorraine Powelczyk and Aron Backus were both early feature race leaders.
Race competition will start-up again this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

COCA-COLA FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Tim McCreadie, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Steve Hulsizer, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Stewart Friesen, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Tim Fuller, Scott Prentice, Kyle Jacobs, Joe Isabell, Jim Witko Jr., Kenny Stafford, Sean Beardsley, Todd Stewart, Kevin Bates, Tom Sears, Tim Kerr, Alan Johnson, Jeff Isabell, Tony Buffa, Matt Fink.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Johnny Hill, Rob Keller, Bill Anderson Sr., Dale Caswell, Pat Pontello, Rich Keller, Kevan Cook, Don Renfer, Les Hubbard, Dave Talbot, Pete Anderson, Tim Hearne, Calvin Painter, Greg Kimball, Jeff Cardinale, Neil Edgar Jr., Tony Finch, Steve Coit, Coleen Finch, Richard Townsend, Bill Anderson Jr.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Darren Austin, Doug Williams, Kevin Donhauser, Tod Simons, Lowell Zehr, Andrew Schartner, Mike Isabell, John Byrnes, Tony Steiner, Brian Woodhall, Ken Gamlen, Joe Abbass, Luke Lonergan, Gary Schug, Mark Hayden, Dave Trytek, Tom Walsh, Justin Crisafulli, Brenda Rice, Dennis Propheter, Lisa Thomas, Joe Gwilt, Chuck DeMott, Jeff Isabell Jr., Ray Donhauser, Kelly Skinner, Jeff Barker, Frank Sobotka, Tim Devendorf.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Mitch Hurlbert, Claude Hutchings Jr., Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh, Chris Kranz, Matt Wetterer, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Carista, Jessica Herbert, Lee Hartzog, Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Steve Randall, Sam Curcie, Aron Backus, Lorrie Herbert, Matt Fay, Todd Williamson, Glen Erwin.


ACTION TO HEAT UP AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON COCA-COLA NIGHT THIS SATURDAY, JULY 8TH

FULTON, NY...Action is sure to heat up at Fulton Speedway on Coca-Cola Night this Saturday, July 8. In race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites. The first event of the great evening of family entertainment will start promptly at 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Chad Phelps, Kevin Bates and Tom Sears Jr. are just some of the top DIRT Big Block Modified drivers that will look for the 35-lap feature win this Saturday night. Alan Johnson leads the win list with four victories. Fuller has won two main events with Jimmy Phelps and Ward one triumph each.
Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Joey Williams, Shane Donath and Roy Bresnahan make-up the top five drivers currently in the DIRT Sportsman standings. Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Ron Marsden, Jack Terrell and Jason Parkhurst lead the way in the up to date DIRT Pro Stock rankings. Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Ron Hawker lead the way in the Pure Stock season rankings.
Doug Williams, Lowell Zehr, Ken Gamlen, Joe Abbass, Mike Isabell and Rocco Leone are the top drivers to date in the ESDCA Mod Lite standings at Fulton Speedway. Well over 100 cars will battle on the high-banked track this Saturday on Coca-Cola Night. Adult admission is $12 with all those ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, July 8 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FULLER PASSES WARD COMING OUT OF THE FOURTH TURN OF THE FINAL LAP FOR DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED WIN AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller passed Pat Ward coming out of the fourth turn of the final circuit to claim the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race win at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. Ward and Fuller came upon two lapped cars entering the final lap which made the race outcome in doubt until the finish line. Fuller and Ward came together coming out of the fourth turn and Fuller then won the race to the finish line.
DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Joe Isabell raced out to the feature lead at the start of the main event. Isabell led the first two circuits. Second year DIRT Big Block Modified driver Chad Phelps took command of the top spot on lap three. Phelps would lead the field through lap-15. Danny Johnson took possession of the lead on lap-16. Johnson's lead was a brief one with Phelps back in command of the field on lap-17.
Pat Ward became the fourth leader of the event on lap-18. Ward attempted to run away and hide from the rest of the field, but several contenders were working their way to the front. Fuller started to close the gap between himself and Ward. The top two entered the final circuit with a pair of lapped cars running side by side. That left the outcome of the race in doubt until the finish line.
Fuller got a good run coming out of the fourth turn, while Ward wasn't about to give-up any ground. The leaders touched coming out of the fourth turn and Fuller won the race to the finish line and earned his second victory of the season in the Native Poker sponsored entry. Ward had to settle for second with Alan Johnson, Danny Johnson and Jimmy Phelps completing the top five feature finishers.
Sam Reakes IV won his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Shawn Donath, Shane Donath, Jeremy Pitcher and Joey Williams finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Alan Fink led the first four circuits of the main event. Chris Hile led the field during laps five through seven. Reakes made the winning move past Hile on lap eight.
Bob Buono claimed his third 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race win last Saturday night. Billy Clark, Freddy Dennis, Ron Marsden and Dave Meeks completed the top five feature finishers. Dave Briggs led the opening lap of the main event with Clark leading the way the next two circuits. Buono made the winning move on lap four in the caution marred event.
Dave Mannise earned his second 20-lap Pure Stock feature race win of the season last Saturday night. Gary Barton, Ron Hawker, Rusty Marsden and Quinton Burton followed the winner across the finish line. Jim Wallace led the first three laps of the feature race. Mannise made the winning move on lap four.
Chuck Powelczyk won the Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Saturday night. Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Glen Erwin and Claude Hutchings Jr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Chad Guthrie earned the victory in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Mark Johnston and Matt Kitts finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites all in action. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line ay 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko Jr., Ryan Phelps, Tim Sears, Jeff Isabell, Tony Buffa, Joe Isabell, Pete Taylor, Matt Fink, Tim Kerr, Bob Bennett, Vinnie Vitale, Tom Sears Jr., Tim Harris, John Barker Jr.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Sam Reakes IV, Shawn Donath, Shane Donath, Jeremy Pitcher, Joey Williams, Mike Bowman, Darren Forbes, Gregg Carner, Roy Bresnahan, Jason Rood, Mike Holmes, John Pietrowicz, Jordan Bennett, Mark Davison, Nick Humphrey, John Behron, Stewart Garrison, Dave Reilley, Jon Tesoriero, Amanda Whitney, George Dyer, Alan Fink, Rick Rogala, Chris Hile.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Bob Buono, Billy Clark, Freddy Dennis, Ron Marsden, Dave Meeks, Dave Briggs, Jerry Button, Curt Prevo, Rick Duanehauer, Adam Hunt, Dale Guernsey, Jason Parkhurst, Jim Evans, Jack Terrell, Mike Vaughn.

PURE STOCKS---Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Ron Hawker, Rusty Marsden, Quinton Burton, Dan Hofmann Sr., Chad Crouse, Dave Emmons, Joe Briere, Phil Marsden, Ricky DeGroff, Adam Guilds, Alex Kelsey, Ryan Harber, Bob Whipple, Jim Wallace, Todd Koegel, Joe Buske, Ethan Parkhurst, Steve Woodworth, Steve Crouse, Chuck Thomas, Josh Blackwell, Eric Storrs.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Glen Erwin, Claude Hutchings Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk, Aron Backus, Matt Wetterer, Sam Curcie.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Mark Johnston, Matt Kitts.


LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL /SOFTBALL NIGHT AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, JULY 7TH PRESENTED BY COCA-COLA

BREWERTON, NY...It will be Little League Baseball / Softball Night at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, July 7. All players and coaches wearing a uniform top will be admitted free of charge this Friday on Coca-Cola Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and One on One Spectator Races will all be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
The Little League Baseball / Softball Night is open to all teams and leagues throughout the area. Players from the T-ball leagues, Minor leagues, Little League, Junior Leagues, Senior Leagues, Connie Mack and all others will be admitted free of charge, along with their coaches, just by wearing a uniform top this Friday night. The young baseball and softball players will enjoy a great night of motor sports entertainment this Friday night.
Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Stewart Friesen, Danny Johnson, Tom Sears and Steve Hulsizer are just some of the top DIRT Big Block Modified drivers that will look for the 35-lap feature win this Friday night. The DIRT Modified action has been tremendous all season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon with plenty of three and four wide competition.
Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell, Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook and Bill Anderson Jr. are the top five drivers currently in the IMCA Modified division. Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Lowell Zehr, Darren Austin and Ken Gamlen make-up the top five to date in the ESDCA Mod Lite class. Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson and Glen Erwin are the top five to date in the Four Cylinder Super Stock ranks.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 7 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Coca-Cola Little League Baseball / Softball Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12, with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


ALAN JOHNSON WINS FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY
FOR FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson claimed the win in the 45-lap DIRT Big Block Modified Fernandez Auto Mall Holiday Spectacular last Friday night at Brewerton Speedway. As hard as it seems to believe, the victory was the first of the season for the multi-time Track Champion at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The win for the Jeff Rudalavage owned, Native Poker sponsored car was worth $2,300.
Matt Fink raced out to the early lead at the start of the Fernandez Auto Mall Holiday Spectacular from the pole starting position. The DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver led the opening four circuits. Danny Johnson took the top spot from Fink on lap five. Johnson only led one circuit when his car owner and team-mate Jeff Isabell came away with the top spot.
Jeff Isabell led the quality field through lap-30. It was on lap-31 when Alan Johnson took the top spot away from Isabell. Johnson worked up patiently from the tenth starting position with the help of only two caution periods, the last that came on lap-14. Jeff Isabell turned in his best effort of the season with a strong second place finish. Stewart Friesen came home in third with Tim Fuller and Matt Sheppard completing the top five feature finishers.
Dale Caswell claimed his second 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race win of the 2006 season last Friday night. Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Pat Pontello and Bill Anderson Sr. followed Caswell across the finish line. Dave Talbot led the first three circuits before Rob Keller took command of the field. Caswell made the winning move past Keller on lap eight.
Doug Williams won his fifth 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race last Friday night. Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Kevin Donhauser and Darren Austin finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Doug Williams made the winning move past brother Dan on lap-18. Kevin Donhauser led the first 13-laps of the main event before Dan Williams slipped by on lap-14.
Joey Delacruz won his fourth 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Friday night. Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Rainville, Aron Backus and Jeff Herbert crossed the finish line in positions second through fifth. Rich Murtaugh led the first nine laps of the main event. Delacruz took the top spot away from Murtaugh on lap-10 and never gave it back.
Chad Guthrie earned the victory in the Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Jerry Curcie Jr., Ron Hunt, Jack Simons and Josh Herbert completed the top five feature finishers.
This Friday at Brewerton Speedway is Little League Baseball and Softball Night. All players and coaches with a uniform top will be admitted free to the D-shaped DIRT Demon. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and 1 on 1 Spectator Races. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE,

FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Jeff Isabell, Stewart Friesen, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Danny Johnson, Scott Prentice, Steve Hulsizer, Billy Decker, Tim McCreadie, Pat Ward, Tom Sears, Jim Witko, Ryan Phelps, Kyle Jacobs, Kevin Bates, Kenny Stafford, Tim Sears, Matt Fink, Todd Stewart, Tim Kerr, Sean Beardsley, Jimmy Phelps, Joe Isabell.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Dale Caswell, Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Pat Pontello, Bill Anderson Sr., Dave Talbot, Neil Edgar, Bill Anderson Jr., Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard, Don Renfer, Tim Hearne, Jeff Cardinale, Greg Kimball, Steve Coit, Rich Townsend, Calvin Painter, Tony Finch, Coleen Finch, Dan Wilcox, Brian Evenden, J.J. Courcy, Rich Keller.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Kevin Donhauser, Darren Austin, Luke Lonergan, Ray Donhauser, Dave Trytek, Frank Sobotka, Rocco Leone, Ken Gamlen, Darren Forbes, Andrew Schartner, Jeff Isabell Jr., John Byrnes, Tod Simons, Jeff Barker, Bob Garafolo, Lowell Zehr, Joe Gwilt, Gary Schug, Tom Walsh, Joe Abbass, Kelly Skinner, Sam Morse, Chuck DeMott, Brenda Rice, Mike Isabell, Tony Steiner, Jamie King.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Rainville, Aron Backus, Jeff Herbert, Claude Hutchings Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk, Chris Kranz, Matt Wetterer, Glen Erwin, Todd Williamson, Sam Curcie, Steve Randall, Russell Erwin, Lorrie Herbert, Matt Fay, Rich Murtaugh.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Jerry Curcie Jr., Ron Hunt, Jock Simons, Josh Herbert.


FULTON SPEEDWAY'S 9TH ANNUAL SHOWDOWN AT SUNDOWN CANCELLED DUE TO WET GROUNDS AND ROAD
CLOSINGS IN SOUTHERN NEW YORK STATE

FULTON, NY...The 9th Annual Showdown at Sundown scheduled for Fulton Speedway on Wednesday, June 28 has been cancelled due to wet grounds and road closings in Southern New York State. Fulton Speedway and DIRT Motorsports officials will talk about a possible date to reschedule the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series with the announcement expected in a few days.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday, July 1 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Adult admission is priced at $12 with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
The next major special at Fulton Speedway is set for Tuesday, July 25 when the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series make their second ever appearance at the high-banked track. Advance sale tickets are available by calling the track office at 315-593-6531. Tickets will also be sold on each race night leading up to the show at both Brewerton and Fulton Speedway. Brooke Tatnell came from the 10th starting position to win the first ever WoO show at the track last July.
For more information on Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


ALAN JOHNSON CASHES IN ON LATE RACE CAUTION TO WIN RIVERSIDE INN / FERRIS INDUSTRIES DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED
FEATURE RACE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Last Saturday at Fulton Speedway it appeared that Tim Fuller would cruise to victory in the 35-lap Riverside Inn / Ferris Industries DIRT Big Block Modified feature race. But, the first and only caution period of the race came about on lap-30. That allowed Alan Johnson to restart behind Fuller. Johnson took advantage of the situation and would later pass Fuller for his third straight, and fourth victory of the season at the Home of the Victoria 200.
DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Matt Fink raced out to the early lead at the start of the main event from the pole starting position. Fink only led the opening circuit before fellow rookie driver Kevin Bates took command of the feature field. Bates would lead through lap-12. Fuller came flying past on the top side of the track to became the third leader of the event on lap-13.
The one and only caution period of the race came on lap-30 when teammates Tom Sears and Joe Isabell came together entering the third turn area. Fuller lost what was a big lead and now had Alan Johnson restarting right behind him. Johnson restarted strong and took the feature lead on lap-31. Fuller came right back charging, but was never able to regain the top spot.
Johnson claimed the victory in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, Native Poker sponsored entry. Fuller had to settle for second with Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps and Kevin Bates finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps, Jim Witko and John Barker completed the top ten feature finishers in the competitive main event.
Shane Donath won his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the seaason last Saturday night. Roger West, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Bowman and Jordan Bennett finished in positions second through fifth respectively. The finish by West was his best ever effort in the class. West led the opening four circuits before Donath made the winning move on lap five.
Billy Clark earned his third 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race of the season last Saturday night. Bob Buono, Ron Marsden, Jason Parkhurst and Curt Prevo finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Clark made the winning move past Parkhurst on lap eight. Ron Marsden led the laps four and five, losing the position to parkhurst.
Ron Hawker claimed his second 20-lap Pure Stock feature race victory of the 2006 season last Saturday night. Dave Mannise, Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Steve Woodowrth followed Hawker across the finish line. Hawker passed Mannise for the win on lap-17. DeGroff, Chad Crouse and Woodworth were also feature race leaders in the hotly contested event.
Jerry Herbert was the winner of the Four Cylinder Enduro feature race over Mark Johnston, Skip DeGroff, Art Dupra and Matt Kitts.
Scott Kreutter won the 20-lap New York Modified Midget Series race last Saturday night. Dan Miller, Tim Smallidge, Jim Morgan and Jeb Walworth completed the top five feature finishers in the competitive event.
This Wednesday is the 9th Annual Showdown at Sundown at Fulton Speedway. The Advance Auto Parts Big Block Modified Super DIRT Series 100-lap special will pay $6,000 to the winner. A $1,000 to win special for the DIRT Sportsman will also be contested. Pit gates willl open at 4:30 p.m. while grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday night professional DIRT Motorsports competition will pick-up again on July 1 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers in competition. Show time is 7 p.m. with regular admission prices in effect. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the rae line at 668-RACE.

RIVERSIDE INN / FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Kevin Bates, Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps, Jim Witko Jr., John Barker Jr., Scott Prentice, Tom Sears Jr., Tim Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Sterling Miller, Matt Fink, Bob Bennett, Pete Taylor, Joe Isabell, Brett Tonkin.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Shane Donath, Roger West, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Bowman, Jordan Bennett, Joey Williams, Shawn Donath, Dave Reilley, Roy Bresnahan, Chris Hile, Darren Forbes, Mike Holmes, Jeremy Pitcher, Alan Fink, Mark Davison, Ed Kotary, Amanda Whitney, Jon Tesoriero, Jason Rood, Joe August Jr., George Dyer, Gregg Carner, John Pietrowicz, Brad Townsend.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Ron Marsden, Jason Parkhurst, Curt Prevo, Jim Evans, Dave Briggs, Jerry Button, Jack Terrell, Dave Meeks, Dale Guernsey, Scott Springer, Adam Hunt, Mike Vaughn.

PURE STOCKS---Ron Hawker, Dave Mannise, Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr., Steve Woodworth, Ricky DeGroff, Joe Briere, Gary Barton, Steve Crouse, Quinton Burton, Alex Kelsey, Rusty Marsden, Joe Buske, Rob Whipple, Ryan Harber, Jim Wallace, Andy Potter, Dave Emmons, Brian Parkhurst, Carl Burdick, Josh Blackwell, Van Grant, Phil Marsden, Adam Guilds.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Mark Johnston, Skip DeGroff, Art Dupra, Matt Kitts.

NEW YORK MODIFIED MIDGET SERIES TOP FIVE---Scott Kreutter, Dan Miller, Tim Smallidge, Jim Morgan, Jeb Walworth.


HUGE FIREWORKS DISPLAY TO HIGHLIGHT FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR AT BREWERTON
SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...A huge fireworks display will highlight the Fernandez Auto Mall Holiday Spectacular at Brewerton Speedway this Friday night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special with the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7:30 p.m.
Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps and Matt Sheppard are the top five currently in the DIRT Big Block Modified point standings at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook and Bill Anderson Jr. rank in the top five to date in the IMCA Modified point standings. Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Doug Williams, Joe Abbass and Darren Austin are the top point earners to date in the Mod Lite ranks.
Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson and Glen Erwin top the point drivers this season in the Four Cylinder Super Stock class. Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Jerry Curcie Jr., Morris Matthews and Chad Dupra complete the top five drivers in the Four Cylinder Enduro class. Well over 100 cars will compete during the Holiday Spectacular on the track.
Fireworks are sure to be on and off the track this Friday night during the Fernandez Auto Mall Holiday Spectacular. Every season the loyal Brewerton fans are treated to a gigantic fireworks display and this season will be no different. Adult admission is priced at $14, with children ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 30 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Holiday Spectacular Night is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.


FULLER COMES FROM BACK OF THE PACK TO WIN NATIONWIDE INSURANCE / COLOSSE CHEESE DIRT
BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller won his third 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season the hard way last Friday night at Brewerton Speedway. Fuller was involved in a lap five tangle and was forced to restart at the rear of the field. Fuller then made a tremendous charge to take the lead away from Steve Hulsizer with just two laps remaining for the well earned victory in the Nationwide Insurance / Colosse Cheese main event
Hulsizer jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Nationwide Insurance / Colosse Cheese DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Hulszier led the opening five circuits before Jim Witko took the top spot away on lap six. Hulsizer came charging right back, however, to lead the 25-car starting field on lap eight.
It appeared that Hulsizer would win his first DIRT Big Block Modified feature at the D-shaped DIRT Demon, but several drivers had a different plan. Stewart Friesen challenged Hulsizer on several occasions, with Jimmy Phelps also involved in the mix. The faithful Brewerton fans were treated to a tremendous main event, which at one time found drivers five wide coming out of the second turn area.
Fuller started to make the bottom side of the track work and that was the key to victory for the Native Poker sponsored team. Fuller passed Hulsizer on lap-33 and then held on for the victory. Hulsizer had to settle for second with Friesen recording his best ever Brewerton finish with a solid third. Rookie Kevin Bates finished a strong fourth with Jimmy Phelps completing the top five.
Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Ryan Phelps and Tim McCreadie finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively. Multi-time Brewerton Speedway Track Champion Alan Johnson finished in the 11th position. A total of 22 of the 25 starters completed the entire 35-lap distance in the lead lap. The feature event was surely a showcase of the most talented field in DIRT Motorsports.
Johnny Hill won his first 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Dale Caswell, Mike Smith, Tim Hearne and Kevan Cook followed the former Brewerton IMCA Modified Track Champion across the finish line. Hill made the winning move past Caswell on lap-16. Pete Anderson and Rob Keller were also feature race leaders.
Doug Williams won his fourth 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race last Friday night. Darren Austin, John Byrnes, Andrew Schartner and Tim Devendorf finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams made the winning move past Austin on lap-18. Kevin Donhauser led in the early going over the 30-car starting field.
Rich Murtaugh crossed the finish line first at the conclusion of the Four Cylinder Super Stock main event, but was later disqualified for rough riding. Chuck Powelczyk was credited with his fourth feature win of the 2006 season. Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Lorrie Herbert and Glen Erwin finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
This Friday at Brewerton Speedway is the Holiday Spectacular. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special with the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition. A huge fireworks display will also be presented. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE / COLOSSE CHEESE FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Steve Hulsizer, Stewart Friesen, Kevin Bates, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Ryan Phelps, Tim McCreadie, Alan Johnson, Tom Sears, Kenny Stafford, Scott Prentice, Sean Beardsley, Chuck Bower, Kyle Jacobs, Jim Witko, Danny Johnson, Joe Isabell, Sterling Miller, Todd Stewart, Tim Kerr, Matt Fink, Jeff Isabell.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell, Mike Smith, Tim Hearne, Kevan Cook, Pete Anderson, Larry Bezner, Les Hubbard, Bob Bradt, Richard Townsend, Bill Anderson Jr., Brian Evenden, Calvin Painter, Jeff Cardinale, Greg Kimball, Tony Finch, Don Renfer, Dave Talbot, Bill Anderson, Dan Wilcox, Coleen Finch, Rob Keller, Rich Keller, Sean Lias.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Darren Austin, John Byrnes, Andrew Schartner, Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Joe Abbass, Jeff Isabell Jr. Rocco Leone, Dave Trytek, Gary Schug, Ken Gamlen, Jeff Barker, Dan Williams, Justin Crisafulli, Nick Ribbe, Joe Gwilt, Brian Peterson, Sam Morse, Tom Walsh, Kelly Skinner, Brenda Rice, Tim Schneider, Jamie King, Kevin Donhauser, Pete Sorrentino, Mike Isabell, Tod Simons, Luke Lonergan, Ray Donhauser.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Lorrie Herbert, Glen Erwin, Aron Backus, Claude Hutchings Jr., Matt Wetterer, Russ Wassner, Sam Curcie, Jessica Herbert, Rich Murtaugh, Sam Carista, Rich Rainville, Chris Kranz, Steve Randall, Lorraine Powelczyk, Bill Tice, Joey Delacruz, Lee Hartzog.


KELLER, WILLIAMS, HAWKER, DELACRUZ & GUTHRIE TUESDAY NIGHT WINNERS AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Rob Keller, Dan Williams, Ron Hawker, Joey Delacruz and Chad Guthrie were all feature winners last Tuesday night at Brewerton Speedway in the "Beat The Rain'" special at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Rob Keller won his third 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Tuesday night. Dale Caswell, Steve Hulsizer, Johnny Hill and Bill Anderson Sr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Dan Williams won his first 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature event of the season after recently returning to the class. Mike Isabell, Ken Gamlen, Tony Steiner and Tod Simons followed Williams across the finish line.
Ron Hawker won the first Pure Stock feature race of the season contested this season last Tuesday night. Rusty Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Phil Marsden and Dave Emmons finished in positions second through fifth. The Pure Stock racers will return to the track on August 4 and September 8.
Joey Delacruz won his third Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Tuesday night. Rich Rainville, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin and Glen Erwin followed Delacruz across the finish line
Chad Guthrie won his second Four Cylinder Enduro feature race last Tuesday night. Josh Herbert, Morris Matthews, Les Baker and Art Dupra completed the top five feature finishers.
Racing continues every Friday night through September 8 at Brewerton Speedway. Midweek specials are scheduled on August 30 and October 5. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rob Keller, Dale Caswell, Steve Hulsizer, Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Jr., Les Hubbard, Rich Keller, Bill Anderson Sr., Larry Bezner, Mike Smith. Calvin Painter, Greg Kimball, Jeff Cardinale, Kevan Cook, Carmen Vona Jr., Tim Hearne, Brian Evenden, Tony Finch, Coleen Finch, Dave Talbot, Steve Coit, Pete Neff.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Mike Isabell, Ken Gamlen, Tony Steiner, Tod Simons, Rocco Leone, Jeff Isabell Jr., Gary Schug, Jamie King, Lowell Zehr, Joe Abbass, Sam Morse, Andrew Schartner, Luke Lonergan, Ray Donhauser, Tom Walsh, Frank Sobotka, Chuck DeMott, Dennis Propheter, Lisa Thomas, Alex Propheter, Tim Devendorf, Justin Crisafulli, Jeff Barker, Darren Austin, Doug Williams, Tim Schneider, Dave Trytek, Kelly Skinner, Kevin Donhauser.

PURE STOCKS---Ron Hawker, Rusty Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Phil Marsden, Dave Emmons, Gary Barton, Dan Hofmann Sr., Jim Wallace, Bill Thomas, Jeff Hunter, Bob Whipple, Van Grant, Josh Blackwell, Billy Clark.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Rich Rainville, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Glen Erwin, Claude Hutchings Jr., Chris Kranz, Sam Curcie, Steve Randall, Jeff Herbert, Aron Backus, Matt Fay, Matt Wetterer, Lorrie Herbert, Todd Williamson, Rich Murtaugh, Sam Carista, Lorraine Powelczyk.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert, Morris Matthews, Les Baker, Art Dupra.


NEW YORK MODIFIED MIDGET SERIES TO VISIT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH

FULTON, NY...The first year New York Modified Midget Series will visit Fulton Speedway this Saturday, June 24 on Riverside Inn / Ferris Industries Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also compete at the Home of the Victoria 200 this Saturday night. Show time is 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson tops the Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified win list with three victories to date. Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps and Tim Fuller have all recorded one win each this season in the headline class. Joey Williams tops the DIRT Sportsman class with a pair of wins with Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath, Mike Bowman and Jeremy Pitcher winning once each.
Billy Clark and Bob Buono top the DIRT Pro Stock win list with two victories each. Ron Marsden and Louie Jackson have visited the winners circle once each this season. Six different winners in six races have come about in the Pure Stock ranks. Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Joe Briere, Ron Hawker and Steve Crouse are the winners so far this season.
The New York Modified Midget Series will make its' first ever appearance at Fulton Speedway this Saturday night. The class is coming off a strong show last Sunday night at Cayuga County Fair Speedway. And the always exciting Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in another feature race this Saturday night. Chad Guthrie, Jerry Herbert and Morris Matthews lead the standings in the class.
Regular admission prices will be in effect this Saturday night. Adult admission is $12, with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line ay 668-RACE.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 24 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Riverside Inn / Ferris Industries Night will start at 7 p.m.


NATIONWIDE INSURANCE FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT PRESENTED BY COLOSSE CHEESE SET FOR
BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 23RD

BREWERTON, NY...This Friday at Brewerton Speedway will be Nationwide Insurance Family Autograph Night presented by Colosse Cheese. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. The first event during the great evening of family entertainment will start at 7:30 p.m.
Billy Decker, Tim Fuller and Matt Sheppard have all won a pair of DIRT Big Block Modified feature races so far this season at Brewerton Speedway. Rob Keller has claimed three IMCA Modified main event wins with Gary Jeffries winning twice with Dale Caswell and Sean Lias one victory each.
Doug Williams leads the Mod Lite win list with three triumphs, Tim Devendorf has won twice, with Darren Austin and Dan Williams with one triumph each. Chuck Powelczyk and Joey Delacruz have both claimed three Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race victories. Russell Erwin has managed one feature win in the class.
Family Autograph night is always a popular event. At the conclusion of all the qualifying races all drivers and their cars are invited out to the front stretch of the track. At that time fans are allowed out to obtain autographs, take pictures and meet their favorite drivers. Fans also receive plenty of give-aways from the great race teams at Brewerton Speedway.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 23 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Nationwide Insurance Family Autograph Night presented by Colosse Cheese will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com  or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


ALAN JOHNSON DOMINATES FULTON SPEEDWAY FIELD FOR VICTORY ON TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson simply dominated the DIRT Big Block Modified field at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night in the 35-lap Terrell's Potato Chips main event. Johnson charged from the 18th starting position to the lead in just eight laps and was never challenged after that. The victory for the Jeff Rudalavage owned, Native Poker sponsored ride was worth $2,000.
Tim Sears raced out to the early lead at the start of the Terrell's Potato Chips DIRT Big Block Modified main event. Action was slowed on lap three for a minor tangle involving Tim Kerr and Dan Vauter. Sears set a fast pace and would lead the opening seven circuits. Alan Johnson took the top spot away from Tim Sears on lap eight. Johnson came flying through the field from the 18th starting position to the lead in just eight laps.
Once in front the multi time Fulton Speedway Track Champion and Victoria 200 Champion was never challenged. The battle for second was a tremendous one, however, with Jimmy Phelps winning that battle at the end. Tim Fuller, Pat Ward and Tom Sears finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Jim Witko, Tim Sears, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice and Chad Phelps completed the top ten feature finishers.
Joey Williams claimed his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race win last Saturday night. Shawn Donath, John Pietrowicz, Darren Forbes and Sam Reakes IV finished in positions second through fifth. Williams made the winning move past Chris Hile on lap-14 and then never gave it back. Joe August Jr. led the opening four circuits of the main event.
Bob Buono won his second 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Jack Terrell, Ron Marsden, Jim Evans and Dave Briggs finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Dick Parkhurst and Jason Parkhurst took turns leading in the early going of the main event. Buono inherited the lead on lap-13 when the two Parkhurst's came together battling for the top spot.
Joe Briere won his first ever 20-lap Pure Stock main event last Saturday night. Ron Hawker, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth and Gary Barton followed Briere across the finish line in the competitive event. Briere made the winning move past Phil Marsden on lap-15. Jim Wallace and Ricky DeGroff were also feature race leaders in the event with plenty of three and four wide competition.
Doug Williams won his second straight ESDCA Mod Lite feature race of the season last Saturday night. Dan Williams, Darren Austin, Lowell Zehr and Tim Devendorf finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Darren Austin and Dan Williams were feature race leaders before Doug Williams took command for good on lap-14.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, New York State Modified Midget Series and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers in action. Regular admission prices will be in effect. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or 668-RACE.

TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Tom Sears, Jim Witko, Tim Sears, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Chad Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, John Barker, Dan Vauter, Joe Isabell, Bob Bennett, Pete Taylor, Tim Kerr, Rick Amo, Danny Johnson, Eric Richardson, Sterling Miller, Matt Fink, Brett Tonkin.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Joey Williams, Shawn Donath, John Pietrowicz, Darren Forbes, Sam Reakes IV, Chris Hile, Roy Bresnahan, Mike Holmes, Joe August Jr., John Behron, Dave Reilley, Jason Rood, Matt Hulsizer, Mark Davison, Amanda Whitney, A.J. Kingsley, Jon Tesoriero, Gregg Carner, Mike Bowman, Ed Kotary, Jeff Stevenson, Jordan Bennett, Shane Donath, Stewart Garrison, Alan Fink, Jeremy Pitcher.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Bob Buono, Jack Terrell, Ron Marsden, Jim Evans, Dave Briggs, Jason Parkhurst, Jerry Button, Dick Parkhurst, Rick Duanehauer, Dale Guernsey, Mike Vaughn, Billy Clark, Scott Springer.

PURE STOCKS---Joe Briere, Ron Hawker, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Gary Barton, Jim Wallace, Alex Kelsey, Dave Mannise, Joe Buske, Brian Parkhurst, Adam Guilds, Van Grant, Bob Whipple, Josh Blackwell, Rusty Marsden, Ryan Harber, Chad Crouse, Steve Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr., Rob Whipple, Ricky DeGroff, Quinton Burton.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Darren Austin, Lowell Zehr, Tim Devendorf, Joe Abbass, Ken Gamlen, Rocco Leone, Mike Isabell, Frank Sobotka, Tod Simons, Sam Morse, Kelly Skinner, Jeff Isabell Jr., Joe Gwilt, Dennis Propheter, Larry Casbohm, Chuck Demott, Tom Walsh, Justin Crisafulli, Andrew Schartner, Lisa Thomas, Jamie King, John Byrnes, Tim Schneider, Luke Lonergan, Tony Steiner, Shawn Hotaling.


SHEPPARD WINS SECOND OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON BUDWEISER BEER / SYRACUSE CRUNCH NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Matt Sheppard won his second 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Friday on Budweiser Beer / Syracuse Crunch Night. Sheppard worked up patiently from the 11th starting position to take the lead away from Ryan Phelps for good on lap-22. The victory for the Randy Ross owned, G-U Hardware sponsored car was worth $2,000.
Steve Hulsizer raced out to the early lead at the start of the Budweiser Beer / Syracuse Crunch DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the outside pole starting position. Hulsizer led the opening nine circuits before losing power on the track on lap nine. Ryan Phelps inherited the lead at this point and the second generation driver would lead the talented field through lap-18.
Sheppard took the top spot away from Ryan Phelps on lap-19. Phelps came charging right back, though, to lead the next two laps. Sheppard regained the lead from Phelps on lap-22. At that time both Ryan Phelps and Vic Coffey, who were racing in second and third respectively, came into contact with cars that had tangled entering the fourth turn.
In the final laps Sheppard went on to the convincing victory at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker and Chuck Bower completed the top five feature finishers. Jimmy Phelps, Alan Johnson, Stewart Friesen, Jim Witko Jr. and Kenny Stafford finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively in the 26-car starting field.
Dale Caswell claimed his first 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race win of the season last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Sean Lias, Les Hubbard and Kevan Cook finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Caswell took the top spot away from Pete Anderson on lap five and never gave it back as he constantly was able to hold off former Track Champion Johnny Hill.
Darren Austin won his first ever 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race in exciting fashion last Friday night. Austin held off defending Track Champion Tim Devendorf for the victory. Dan Williams, Lowell Zehr and Jeff Isabell Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Austin took the winning move on lap-16 by Joe Abbass. Gary Schug, Kevin Donhauser and Doug Williams were also feature race leaders.
Chuck Powelczyk earned his third 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race win of the season last Friday night. Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Rich Rainville and Claude Hutchings Jr. followed Powelczyk across the finish line. Powelczyk passed Delacruz for the victory on lap-13. Adrian Gilbert and Rich Rainville were also main event race leaders.
Morris Mathews won his first ever 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race last Friday night. Jerry Curcie Jr., Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert and Art Dupra completed the top five feature finishers in the official order of finish.
Brewerton Speedway will return to competition this Tuesday, June 20 with the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Friday night excitement at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will start-up again on Friday, June 23 on Family Autograph Night. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Race time is 7:30 p.m.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

BUDWEISER BEER / SYRACUSE CRUNCH FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Chuck Bower, Jimmy Phelps, Alan Johnson, Stewart Friesen, Jim Witko Jr., Kenny Stafford, Danny Johnson, Vic Coffey, Joe Isabell, Kyle Jacobs, Tom Sears Jr., Ryan Phelps, Sean Beardsley, Tim Kerr, Dan Vauter, Todd Stewart, Kevin Bates, Jeff Isabell, Steve Hulsizer, Tony Buffa, Scott Prentice, Matt Fink.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Dale Caswell, Johnny Hill, Sean Lias, Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook, Bill Anderson Jr., Pete Anderson, Bill Anderson, Greg Kimball, Bruce Hovis, Rich Townsend, Dan Wilcox, Bob Bradt, Coleen Finch, Jeff Cardinale, J.J. Courcy, Tim Hearne, Pat Pontello, Calvin Painter, Carmen Vona, Rob Keller, Neil Edgar, Tony Finch, Steve Coit.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Darren Austin, Tim Devendorf, Dan Williams, Lowell Zehr, Jeff Isabell Jr., Tom Walsh, Rocco Leone, Gary Schug, Justin Crisafulli, Luke Lonergan, Joe Gwilt, Mark Hayden, Kelly Skinner, Sam Morse, John Byrnes, Joe Abbass, Mike Isabell, Andrew Schartner, Ray Donhauser, Frank Sobotka, Tony Steiner, Bob Garafolo, Jamie King, Doug Williams, Ken Gamlen, Shawn Hotaling, Jeff Barker, Kevin Donhauser, Tod Simons, Brenda Rice.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Rich Rainville, Claude Hutchings Jr., Glen Erwin, Lorraine Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert, Aron Backus, Sam Curcie, Adrian Gilbert, Steve Randall, Matt Wetterer, Matt Fay, Chris Kranz, Todd Williamson, Lorrie Herbert, Sam Carista, Lee Hartzog.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Morris Mathews, Jerry Curcie Jr., Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert, Art Dupra.


ADVANCE AUTO PARTS BIG BLOCK MODIFIED SUPER DIRT SERIES 9TH ANNUAL SHOWDOWN AT SUNDOWN PRESENTED BY
BUDWEISER SET FOR FULTON SPEEDWAY ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28TH

FULTON, NY..The Advance Auto Parts Big Block Modified Super DIRT Series will return to Fulton Speedway this season. The 9th Annual Showdown at Sundown 100-lap special is scheduled for Wednesday, June 28. The winner of the summer shoot-out will pocket $6,000 at the Home of the Victoria 200. A $1,000 to win special for the DIRT Sportsman will also be contested. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Danny Johnson is the only repeat winner in Showdown at Sundown history with wins coming in the 1991 and 2001 editions. Pat Ward, Stewart Friesen, Billy Decker, Bobby Varin, Alan Johnson and Frank Cozze have all recorded one win each in the annual event that has used several formats. This season the stars of the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series return to Fulton Speedway for the first time since the 2000 season.
Gary Tomkins, Steve Paine, Vic Coffey, Brett Hearn, Justin Haers, Matt Sheppard and Dale Planck are just some of the DIRT Series regulars that will look for the win on June 28. Jimmy Phelps, Tom Sears, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Chad Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Dan Vauter, Kevin Bates and John Barker are more of the Fulton Speedway regulars in search of the top prize. All Fulton Speedway regulars will receive 40 show-up points in the season track standings.
The DIRT Sportsman will battle in a $1,000 to win special of their own on Wednesday, June 28. Fulton Speedway regular Joey Williams is the defending race winner of the annual special at Fulton Speedway. Shane Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Shawn Donath and Roy Bresnahan join Williams in the top five currently in the DIRT Sportsman standings at Fulton Speedway. A host of top notch invading drivers is expected for the $1,000 to win special. All Fulton Speedway regulars will receive 40 show-up points in the season track standings.
Fulton Speedway pit gates on Wednesday, June 28 will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. on Budweiser Beer Night. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is priced at $20 with children ages 10-14 admitted for $10. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more
information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS TO PRESENT SHOW AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 17TH

FULTON, NY... Terrell's Potato Chips will present the professional show of DIRT Motorsports competition at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, June 17. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites will be in action this Saturday night at the Home of the Victoria 200. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson is the current point leader in the DIRT Big Block Modified division at Fulton Speedway and is looking for his second straight 35-lap feature win. Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Chad Phelps, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Dan Vauter, Kevin Bates, John Barker, Tony Buffa and Jim Witko are more of the top drivers expected to be in competition this Saturday night.
Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath, Joey Williams and Roy Bresnahan are the top five drivers currently in the DIRT Sportsman class. Billy Clark, Ron Marsden, Bob Buono, Jack Terrell and Dick Parkhurst rank in the top five to date in the DIRT Pro Stock ranks. Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden, Gary Barton, Phil Marsden and Dan Hofmann Sr. make-up the top point earners so far this season in the Pure Stock class.
Doug Williams has won the only ESDCA Mod Lite feature race staged so far this season at Fulton Speedway as the other planned visits have been dominated by Mother Nature. Well over 100 cars will be in action this Saturday night on the high-banked track. Adult admission is $12, with children ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 17 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Terrell's Potato Chips Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for all regular season events.


JOHNSON POWERS TO DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN ON SYRACUSE.COM / FERRIS INDUSTRIES NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson powered to his second 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win of the season last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Syracuse.com / Ferris Industries Night. The $2,000 victory for Johnson in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, Native Poker sponsored ride was an impressive one for the veteran driver on the fast and tacky track.
Scott Prentice raced out to the early lead at the start of the Syracuse.com / Ferris Industries DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the outside pole starting position. Prentice would lead the first six circuits before Jim Witko passed the early race leader on lap seven. Witko would hold the lead through lap 17. It was on the lap-18 restart when Prentice worked the lead back from Witko.
Prentice was looking to run away and hide from the rest of the field, but a caution on lap-23 ended that plan. Alan Johnson restarted second behind Prentice and the multi-time Track Champion wasted little time in moving into the top spot. Once in front Johnson was never challenged and claimed the victory. Prentice finished a strong second with Tom Sears, Pat Ward and Jeff Isabell completing the top five feature finishers.
Mike Bowman won his first ever 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race last Saturday night. Roy Bresnahan, John Behron, Shawn Donath and Dave Reilley finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Bowman took the lead away from a strong running Behron on lap-16 and then never gave it back. Chris Hile led the opening circuit of the main event that went the first 19 laps caution free.
Billy Clark claimed his second straight 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race win last Saturday night. Jack Terrell, Bob Buono, Jason Parkhurst and Jim Evans followed Clark across the finish line. Clark made the winning move past Dick Parkhurst on lap-13. Jim Evans led the first two circuits of the feature event.
Rusty Marsden was awarded his first 20-lap Pure Stock feature race win of the season last Saturday night after the Steve Crouse driven car was disqualified in post race inspection. Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Phil Marsden and Joe Briere completed the top five feature finishers in the official order of finish. Joe Buske, Curt Prevo and Quinton Burton all led the main event.
Jerry Herbert earned his first 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race win last Saturday night. Chad Guthrie, Mark Johnston, Randy Shantel and Art Dupra rounded out the top five feature finishers in the 20-car starting field.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites all in action. Show time is 7:00 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

SYRACUSE.COM / FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears Jr., Pat Ward, Jeff Isabell, Tim Fuller, Ryan Phelps, Chad Phelps, Jimmy Phelps, Dan Vauter, Vinnie Vitale, Pete Taylor, Sterling Miller, John Barker, Bob Bennett, Brett Tonkin, Tony Buffa, Joe Isabell, Tim Sears, Tim Kerr, Jim Witko Jr., Danny Johnson, Kevin Bates, Eric Richardson.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Mike Bowman, Roy Bresnahan, John Behron, Shawn Donath, Dave Reilley, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher, Chris Hile, Mike Holmes, Sam Reakes IV, Mark Davison, Alan Fink, Jordan Bennett, Shane Donath, A.J. Kingsley, Jason Rood, Stewart Garrison, Matt Hulsizer, Brad Townsend, Roger West, Amanda Whitney, John Pietrowicz, Gregg Carner.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Billy Clark, Jack Terrell, Bob Buono, Jason Parkhurst, Jim Evans, Jerry Button, Dick Parkhurst, Dale Guernsey, Mike Vaughn, Ron Marsden, Dave Briggs, Scott Springer.
PURE STOCKS---Rusty Marsden, Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Phil Marsden, Joe Briere, Quinton Burton, Steve Woodworth, Ricky DeGroff, Rob Whipple, Chad Crouse, Adam Guilds, Jim Wallace, Alex Kelsey, Eric Storrs, Van Grant, Bob Whipple, Dave Emmons, Curt Prevo, Josh Blackwell, Brian Parkhurst, Ron Hawker, Dan Hofmann Sr., Joe Buske, Steve Crouse.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Mark Johnston, Randy Shantel, Art Dupra.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ADDS SHOW ON TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway has added a race program to the 2006 season schedule on Tuesday, June 20 as a result of all the recent cancellations. In race competition will be the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Race time at the D-shaped DIRT Demon is set for 7:30 p.m.
Drivers in the IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all compete in regular race programs that will award track points. The popular Pure Stock division racers will also be in action during the Tuesday, June 20 special. Fans will be treated to some great competition in all five divisions in the beat the weather program.
Adult admission for the Tuesday, June 20 special is priced at $10. Ages 10-14 will be charged only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.


SYRACUSE CRUNCH STAR BRANDON SUGDEN TO BE GRAND MARSHALL AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 16TH

BREWERTON, NY...The most popular player in Syracuse Crunch history, Brandon Sugden, will be the Grand Marshall at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, June 16. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon that evening will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Brandon Sugden will be the special guest at Brewerton Speedway this Friday night. The Syracuse Crunch fan favorite will be available to meet fans and sign autographs throughout the evening. Youngsters between the ages of 4-14 will register to win a ride around the track in the Fernandez Auto Mall Pace Car with Sugden behind the wheel.
Folks from the New York State Lottery will also be on hand this Friday night at Brewerton Speedway. The first 500 fans through the main gate ages 18 and older will receive a Mega Millions Free Play card. And don't forget about the on track entertainment this Friday night in the DIRT Big Block Modified, IMCA Modified, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stock and Four Cylinder Enduro divisions.
Billy Decker and Tim Fuller have both won a pair of DIRT Big Block Modified feature races at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this season. Matt Sheppard has managed one victory against the most competitive field in DIRT Motorsports racing. Gary Jeffries and Rob Keller have won two IMCA Modified main events with Sean Lias winning once. Doug Williams leads the way in the ESDCA Mod Lite ranks with three victories with Tim Devendorf winning twice.
Chuck Powelczyk and Joey Delacruz have both won a pair of Four Cylinder Super Stock feature races with Russell Erwin managing one victory in the growing division. Chad Dupra and Jerry Herbert are the two feature winners to date in the Four Cylinder Enduro ranks. Well over 100 cars will compete on the track this Friday night, joining the action packed schedule off the track.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 16 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will begin at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is priced at $12 with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY LOSES ANOTHER EVENT TO MOTHER NATURE

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway lost another event to Mother Nature last Friday night. Race competition is scheduled to pick-up again on Friday, June 16. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in action at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
For more information on the upcoming events at Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


SYRACUSE.COM FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT PRESENTED BY FERRIS INDUSTRIES SET FOR FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 10TH

FULTON, NY...It will be Syracuse.com Family Autograph Night presented by Ferris Industries at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, June 10. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson and Tim Fuller make-up the top five to date in the DIRT Big Block Modified point standings at Fulton Speedway. Ryan Phelps, Kevin Bates, Chad Phelps, Scott Prentice, Vinnie Vitale, John Barker, Tom Sears, Jim Witko, Dan Vauter, Tony Buffa, Brett Tonkin and Jeff Isabell are more of the top drivers expected to challenge for the 35-lap victory this Saturday night.
Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams and Jeremy Pitcher are the top five currently in the DIRT Sportsman standings. Billy Clark, Ron Marsden, Bob Buono, Dick Parkhurst and Jack Terrell make-up the top five to date in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Dan Hofmann Sr., Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Rusty Marsden and Phil Marsden sit at the top of the Pure Stock division. Chad Guthrie is the current point leader in the Four Cylinder Enduro ranks.
Fans of all ages will be able to participate in the Family Autograph session this Saturday night. At the conclusion of all the qualifying events, all cars and drivers will be invited out to the front stretch of the track. At that times fans will be able to go out and meet their favorite drivers, take pictures, obtain autographs and receive plenty of give-always.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 10 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Syracuse.com Family Autograph Night presented by Ferris Industries will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $12 with children ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line ay 668-RACE.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY RETURNS TO COMPETITION THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 9TH ON BUDWEISER BEER NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway will be the place to be this Friday, June 9. In race competition on Budweiser Beer Night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Super Stocks. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested this Friday at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Billy Decker is the current point leader at Brewerton Speedway in the DIRT Big Block Modified division. Tim Fuller and Decker have both won two main events this season. Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Chuck Bower, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice, Stewart Friesen, Kevin Bates, Dan Vauter, Ryan Phelps, Todd Stewart, Steve Hulsizer and Vic Coffey are more of the potential winners on Friday night.
Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook, Richard Townsend and Gary Jeffries make-up the top five currently in the IMCA Modified standings. Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Lowell Zehr, Joe Abbass and Jeff Barker rank in the top five to date in the ESDCA Mod Lite standings. Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Lorrie Herbert and Joey Delacruz make-up the top drivers in the Four Cylinder Super Stock standings.
A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested this Friday on Budweiser Beer Night. The Paper Bag Race is open to any street legal vehicle and both participants must have a pit pass. The event is quite simple. The driver has a Paper Bag over covering their head, while the back seat driver hands out instructions. The best time wins the competition.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 9 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Budweiser Beer Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12 with children ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FULTON SPEEDWAY LOSES ANOTHER SHOW TO WEATHER

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway lost another show to the weather last Saturday night. An afternoon clearing left all systems go for race competition, but the rain came back just around 5 p.m. When it became clear that the rain had settled into the area, the show had to be called off by Fulton Speedway officials. It was the fourth cancellation of the season and the third in the last four weeks.
If the weather cooperates race competition will pick-up again this Saturday, June 10 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action on Family Autograph Night. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. with race competition set to start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


FULLER MAKES LATE RACE CHARGE TO WIN SECOND OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY
ON FERRIS INDUSTRIES NIGHT


BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller needed a late race charge to claim the victory in the 35-lap Ferris Industries DIRT Big Block Modified feature race at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night. Fuller took the top spot away from a strong running Todd Stewart on lap-29 by using the top side of the track to perfection. The victory for the Native Poker.com sponsored car was worth $2,000.
Canadian DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Tim Kerr raced out to the early lead at the start of the Ferris Industries DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Kerr would lead the opening five circuits. Pennsylvania driver Dan Vauter took the top spot away from Kerr on lap six. Todd Stewart became the third different leader of the race on lap seven.
Vauter came back to pass Stewart on lap eight and would hold the lead until lap nine. Stewart came back to pass Vauter on lap-10. At the halfway stage Stewart was being followed in the top five by Tom Sears, Joe Isabell, Scott Prentice and Fuller. Stewart continued to hold off all challengers in search of his first ever win at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Fuller started to make his move in the late going and passed Sears for second on lap-24. He then set his sights on Stewart and was able to pass the strong running Canadian driver on lap-29. Fuller then went on to the victory while Sears completed a strong outing in second. Alan Johnson made his normal late race charge to finish third, just edging Stewart for the spot. Vauter completed the top five finishers in the talented field.
Rob Keller won his second 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Jr., Les Hubbard and Kevan Cook finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Beth Schneider led the opening circuit of the main event. Keller came charging from the eighth starting spot to the lead on lap two and then went on unchallenged for the victory.
Doug Williams won his third 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. Darren Austin, Lowell Zehr, Jeff Barker and Andrew Schartner completed the top five feature finishers behind Williams. Jeff Isabell Jr. appeared headed to victory as he was leading the feature field with one lap to go when he was spun by another competitor.
Joey Delacruz won his second 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Glen Erwin and Lorrie Herbert finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Delacruz passed Glen Erwin for the lead on lap seven and it turned out to be the winning move. Adrian Gilbert led the opening circuit of the main event.
Chad Dupra claimed his second 20-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race of the 2006 season last Friday night. Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Jerry Curcie Sr. and Jerry Curcie Jr. followed the winner across the finish line.
Race competition will pick-up again this Friday night with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Super Stocks in action. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.

FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Tom Sears, Alan Johnson, Todd Stewart, Dan Vauter, Billy Decker, Joe Isabell, Scott Prentice, Chuck Bower, Jimmy Phelps, Kenny Stafford, Matt Sheppard, Stewart Friesen, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Sean Beardsley, Vic Coffey, Kyle Jacobs, Sterling Miller, Tim Kerr, Jim Witko Jr., Kevin Bates, Steve Hulsizer, Jeff Isabell.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Jr., Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook, Rich Townsend, Tony Finch, Carmen Vona, Calvin Painter, Dale Caswell, Dave Talbot, Beth Schneider, Pete Anderson, Jeff Cardinale, Dan Wilcox, Greg Kimball, Bob Bradt, J.J. Courcy, Bill Anderson, Brian Evenden, Tim Hearne, Gary Jeffries, Steve Coit.

ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Darren Austin, Lowell Zehr, Jeff Barker, Andrew Schartner, Chris Steele, Joe Abbass, Rocco Leone, Tim Devendorf, Frank Sobotka, Gary Schug, Jeff Isabell Jr., Sam Morse, Bob Garafolo, Kevin Donhauser, Dave Trytek, Kelly Skinner, Tim Schneider Jr., Alex Propheter, Luke Lonergan, Chris Propheter, Brian Peterson, Ken Gamlen, Justin Crisafulli, Tom Walsh, Mike Isabell, Chuck DeMott, Ray Donhauser, Kevin Doll, Tod Simons.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Glen Erwin, Lorrie Herbert, Todd Williamson, Aron Backus, Adrian Gilbert, Chris Kranz, Sam Curcie, Matt Fay, Rich Rainville, Claude Hutchings Jr., Sam Carista, Jessica Herbert, Steve Randall, Lorraine Powelczyk.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Dupra, Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Jerry Curcie Sr., Jerry Curcie Jr.


WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR FULTON SPEEDWAY EVENT

FULTON, NY...Tickets for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series appearance at Fulton Speedway on Tuesday, July 25 are now on sale. Last season the World of Outlaws made their first ever appearance at the track which was an event that featured outstanding two, three and four wide competition. Australian racer Brooke Tatnell won the WoO special last season at Fulton Speedway.
Tickets for the Tuesday, July 25 WoO special at Fulton Speedway can be purchased over the phone with a major credit card by calling the track office at 315-593-6531. Tickets can also be purchased at the track office during the week which is located in Brewerton. Tickets will also be sold on all race nights leading up to the much anticipated event at both Fulton and Brewerton Speedway's.
Reserved seats, Adult general admission tickets and the purchase of a reserved seat only are the only tickets available in advance. Pit passes and youth (14 and under) general admission tickets will not be sold until the gates open on race day. The top three rows in Sections A through M are reserved seats, which are priced at $35. Adult G.A. tickets are $30. A reserved seat only, an option many fans like that purchase a pit pass are priced at only $5.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531. Tickets can also be purchased through the mail. Please make all checks payable to Fulton Speedway. The mailing address is 1603 County Route 57 Fulton, N.Y. 13069.


COCA-COLA TO PRESENT ACTION PACKED SHOW AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 3RD

FULTON, NY...Coca-Cola will present a sure to be action packed show of professional DIRT Motorsports competition at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, June 3. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites will all be in action at the Home of the Victoria 200 this Saturday night. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Tim Fuller, Ryan Phelps, Kevin Bates, Chad Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, John Barker, Tom Sears, Jim Witko, Dan Vauter, Tony Buffa, Brett Tonkin and Jeff Isabell are just some of the top drivers that will look for the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win this Saturday night. There have been four different winners in four feature races to date.
Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams and Jeremy Pitcher are the top five currently in the DIRT Sportsman class. Billy Clark, Ron Marsden, Bob Buono, Dick Parkhurst and Jack Terrell make-up the top five to date in the DIRT Pro Stock ranks. Dan Hofmann Sr., Dave Mannise, Gary Barton, Rusty Marsden and Phil Marsden top the standings in the Pure Stock division.
The popular ESDCA Mod Lite division will look to compete in their second event of the season at Fulton Speedway this Saturday. Doug Williams was the race winner of the season opener. Well over 100 cars will compete on the high-banked track this Saturday night. Adult admission is priced at $12 with ages 10-14 admitted at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 3 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Coca-Cola Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for all regular season events. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


WARD WINS FIRST OF THE SEASON AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Pat Ward won his first 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Ward powered under Danny Johnson on lap-28 in what turned out to be the winning move in the LJL Racing Gypsum Express ride. The victory for the veteran driver was worth $2,000. Ward became the fourth different winner in four feature races this season at the Home of the Victoria 200.
DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Matt Fink raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the pole starting position. Fink led the opening three circuits. Tony Buffa passed Fink on lap four. Buffa was running a very strong race and would lead through lap-20. It was on lap-21 when Danny Johnson took the top spot away from Buffa.
Danny Johnson tried to open up his lead, but Ward was flying through the field. Ward powered under Johnson on lap-28. Once in front Ward was never challenged and claimed the victory. Danny Johnson had to settle for second with brother Alan Johnson crossing in third. Dale Planck and Jimmy Phelps completed the top five feature finishers in the 26-car starting grid.
Sam Reakes IV won his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Jeremy Pitcher, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams and Shane Donath finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Reakes took the top spot away from Jason Rood on lap eight and then held off the challenges of Pitcher to earn the victory.
Billy Clark earned the victory in the 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock main event, his first of 2006.. Jack Terrell, Jason Parkhurst, Freddy Dennis and Dave Meeks followed Clark across the finish line. Clark took the top spot away from Terrell on lap three and then held on for the victory in the action packed event. Jason Parkhurst led the first two circuits of the feature race.
Ron Hawker continued the string of new winners by leading the way in the 20-lap Pure Stock finale. Dave Mannise, Joe Briere, Phil Marsden and Dan Hofmann Sr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Jim Wallace led the first two laps of the main event. Hawker took command of the 26-car starting field for good on the third circuit.
Joey Delacruz claimed the victory in the opening 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Saturday night. Todd Williamson, Jim Money, Claude Hutchings Jr. and Kevin Fassett followed the winner across the finish line. Delacruz led the entire distance in the main event.
Chad Guthrie won his second 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature of the season last Saturday night. Guthrie became the first repeat winner of the season at Fulton Speedway. Jerry Herbert, Morris Mathews, Randy Shantel and Mark Johnston completed the top five feature finishers.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the ESDCA Mod Lites all in action. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Alan Johnson, Dale Planck, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps, Dan Vauter, Tony Buffa, Stewart Friesen, Eric Richardson, Kenny Stafford, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, Pete Taylor, John Barker, Matt Fink, Jim Witko, Joe Isabell, Jeff Isabell, Brett Tonkin, Kevin Bates, Tom Sears, Tim Fuller, Kyle Jacobs, Dan Williams, Scott Prentice.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Sam Reakes IV, Jeremy Pitcher, Shawn Donath, Joey Williams, Shane Donath, Jason Rood, John Pietrowicz, Roy Bresnahan, Mark Davison, Dave Reilley, A.J. Kingsley, Alan Fink, Stewart Garrison, Roger West, John Temerarious, Jordan Bennett, Amanda Whitney, Chris Hile, Mark Pitoniak, Gregg Carner, John Juhl, Nick Humphrey, Tim Devendorf, Mike Bowman.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Billy Clark, Jack Terrell, Jason Parkhurst, Freddy Dennis, Dave Meeks, Dick Parkhurst, Rob Seamy, Ron Marsden, Dave Briggs, Rick Duanehauer, Dale Guernsey, Mike Vaughn, Jim Evans, Jerry Button, Bob Buono.

PURE STOCKS---Ron Hawker, Dave Mannise, Joe Briere, Phil Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Steve Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Gary Barton, Steve Woodworth, Chad Crouse, Ricky DeGroff, Quinton Burton, Jim Wallace, Dave Emmons, Dan Winks, Eric Storrs, Ethan Parkhurst, Joe Buske, Van Grant, Chuck Cushman, Bob Whipple, Rob Whipple, Ryan Harber, Josh Blackwell, Curt Prevo, Bill Thomas.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson, Jim Money, Claude Hutchings Jr., Kevin Fassett, Aron Backus, Lorraine Powelczyk, Matt Wetterer, Fred Newton, Steve Randall, Chuck Powelczyk, Jessica Herbert, Ed Janaskie, Sam Curcie.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Jerry Herbert, Morris Mathews, Randy Shantel, Mark Johnston.


FIRST SHOW IN THE MONTH OF JUNE AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY TO BE PRESENTED BY FERRIS INDUSTRIES

BREWERTON, NY...The first show in the month of June at Brewerton Speedway is slated for this Friday, June 2. In race competition on Ferris Industries Night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7:30 p.m.
Former Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Track Champions Billy Decker and Alan Johnson are currently the top two in the standings in the headline class. The lead duo are being followed to date by Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Kevin Bates and Stewart Friesen. Brewerton Speedway hosts the most talented field, by far, in DIRT Motorsports.
Johnny Hill, Gary Jeffries, Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook and Richard Townsend are the top five currently in the IMCA Modified point standings at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Lowell Zehr, Ray Donhauser and Ken Gamlen rank in the top five to date in the ESDCA Mod Lite class. Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Ken Gamlen, Lorrie Herbert and Aron Backus complete the top five in the Four Cylinder Super Stock ranks.
Jerry Herbert and Chad Dupra have both won a Four Cylinder Enduro main event this season at Brewerton Speedway. Well over 100 cars will battle on the multi-groove track this Friday night. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.
Brewerton Speedway gates will open this Friday at 5:30 p.m. Race time on Ferris Industries Night is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


RAIN FORCES HOLIDAY WEEKEND SHOW AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY TO BE CALLED OFF

BREWERTON, NY...The storm system that covered much of the northeast last Friday caused the Memorial Day Weekend show at Brewerton Speedway to be called off. Rain started in the Brewerton area early Friday morning and was predicted to last throughout the day and evening. Race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will pick-up again this Friday, June 2.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition this Friday night. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y.


BIG HOLIDAY WEEKEND SHOW PLANNED AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, MAY 27TH

FULTON, NY...A big Memorial Day Weekend show is planned at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, May 27. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition this Saturday night at the Home of the Victoria 200. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
After two straight rainouts drivers and fans alike will be looking forward to get back to the normal Fulton Speedway excitement. Six divisions will take to the high-banked track this Saturday night with regular admission prices in effect. Adult admission is $12 with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Tom Sears and John Barker are just some of the top DIRT Big Block Modified drivers that will be looking for the $2,000 winners share in the 35-lap main event this Saturday night. Johnson, Fuller and Jimmy Phelps have all claimed one feature win this season.
Shane Donath, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Joey Williams and Mike Bowman make up the top five to date in the DIRT Sportsman class. Louie Jackson, Bob Buono, Billy Clark, Ron Marsden and Dick Parkhurst are the top five point earners so far this year in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Dan Hofmann Sr., Gary Barton, Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden and Phil Marsden have enjoyed success so far this season in the Pure Stock class.
Chad Guthrie claimed the win earlier this season in the only Four Cylinder Super Stock race staged to date. The popular Four Cylinder Super Stock class will make their first visit of the season to Fulton Speedway on May 27. The class competes weekly at sister track Brewerton Speedway and has provided some great competition all season long.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 27 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits of Fulton, N.Y.


FULTON SPEEDWAY SUFFERS SECOND STRAIGHT RAIN OUT

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway suffered its' second straight rain out last Saturday night. The decision to call off the race program was made around 3:15 p.m. when rain started to settle into the area. Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will pick up again this Saturday, May 27 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Show time is 7 p.m.
For more information on Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


NATIONWIDE INSURANCE TO PRESENT THE RETURN OF THE EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS TO BREWERTON SPEEDWAY
THIS FRIDAY, MAY 26TH

BREWERTON, NY...Nationwide Insurance will present the return of the Empire Super Sprints to Brewerton Speedway this Friday, May 26. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds and ESDCA Mod Lites will join the "winged rockets" in competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday night in what is sure to be a fantastic three division race program. Show time for the highly anticipated event is set for 7:30 p.m.
Lance Yonge, Gordy Button, Dan Kaszubinski, Alain Bergeron, Mike Stelter, Rick Wilson, John Karklin, Jeff VanDusen, Jeff Cook and Kyle Drum have all won numerous Empire Super Sprint "A" main feature races in the past and will look to do the same this Friday night at the tricky Brewerton Speedway. The event is sure to be an interesting one as many of today's ESS stars have never competed at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Billy Decker will look for his third DIRT Big Block Modified feature race win of the season at Brewerton Speedway after an impressive victory last Friday night. Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Danny Johnson, Chuck Bower, Kevin Bates and Stewart Friesen are just some of the other possible feature race winner this Friday night in the most competitive field in DIRT Motorsports
Tim Devendorf and Doug Williams have both won a pair of ESDCA Mod Lite feature races so far this season. Lowell Zehr, Ray Donhauser and Ken Gamlen have all had consistent seasons to date and will look to break into the winners circle this Friday night. The ESDCA Mod Lites will also provide plenty of excitement this Friday on Nationwide Insurance Night with 30 cars slated to start their main event.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 26 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Nationwide Insurance Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is priced at $20 with ages 10-14 priced at $10. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


DECKER COMES FROM DEEP IN THE FIELD TO RECORD SECOND DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN
OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FERRIS INDUSTRIES NIGHT


BREWERTON, NY..Billy Decker came from deep in the field to record his second DIRT Big Block Modified feature race win of the season last Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Ferris Industries Night. Decker started in the 17th starting position and for several laps the veteran actual lost positions. But, once the former Track Champion at the D-shaped DIRT Demon started moving to the front there was no stopping the Gypsum Wholesalers ride.
Dan Williams raced out to the early lead at the start of the Ferris Industries DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the outside pole starting position. Williams would lead the opening eight circuits. Vic Coffey took the lead away from Williams on lap nine. Coffey would hold the lead through lap-11 when he lost power on the track. Williams inherited the lead and would hold it until lap-16.
It was on lap-17 when Pat Ward took the top spot away from Williams. Ward had company working through the field and with seven circuits remaining the top five of Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker and Tim McCreadie were all in contention for the victory. Decker made the move past his teammate for the lead on lap-31. In the final laps Decker remained flawless and earned the $2,000 payday.
Jimmy Phelps, Fuller, Ward and McCreadie finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Alan Johnson, Stewart Friesen, Williams, Matt Sheppard and Chuck Bower rounded out the top ten finishers in the talented field.
Sean Lias claimed the victory in the 20-lap IMCA Modified Dean Hubbs Memorial Race last Friday night.. Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard and Dale Caswell finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Bill Anderson Jr. led the opening two circuits of the main event before Rob Keller took the top spot away. Keller appeared headed to victory until Lias made the winning move with just two laps to go.
Tim Devendorf won his second 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. Doug Williams, Sterling Miller, Mike Isabell and Kevin Donhauser finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Gary Schug and Dave Trytek were early feature race leaders. It was on lap seven when Devendorf took the lead and the defending Track Champion was never headed.
Joey Delacruz won his first 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race win of the season last Friday night. Rich Rainville, Todd Williamson, Lorrie Herbert and Aron Backus followed Delacruz across the finish line. Delacruz led the entire distance over the 20-car field of Super Stocks.
Jerry Herbert was the race winner of the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Jerry Curcie Sr., Les Baker, Mike Jones and Gary Schirm finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
This Friday at Brewerton Speedway the Empire Super Sprints will join the DIRT Big Block Modified and ESDCA Mod Lites in competition. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Tim McCreadie, Alan Johnson, Stewart Friesen, Dan Williams, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Dan Vauter, Danny Johnson, Kevin Bates, Ryan Phelps, Kenny Stafford, Kyle Jacobs, Jeff Isabell, Joe Isabell, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears, Todd Stewart, Matt Fink, Vic Coffey.

IMCA MODIFIEDS DEAN HUBBS MEMORIAL---Sean Lias, Rob Keller, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell, Bill Anderson Jr., Gary Jeffries, Rich Townsend, Bill Anderson Sr., Kevan Cook, Dan Wilcox, Brian Evenden, Coleen Finch, Greg Kimball, Jeff Cardinale, Tony Finch, Steve Coit, Mike Smith, Calvin Painter, Pete Anderson, Jon Amidon, Eric Nier, Bob Bradt, Dave Talbot.

ESDCA MOD LITE---Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Sterling Miller, Mike Isabell, Kevin Donhauser, Jeff Barker, Joe Abbass, Ray Donhauser, Lowell Zehr, Dave Trytek, Tod Simons, Ken Gamlen, Sam Morse, Andrew Schartner, Luke Lonergan, Tom Walsh, Mark Hayden, Kelly Skinner, John Byrnes, Gary Schug, Jamie King, Jeff Isabell Jr., Matt Cummo, Shawn Hotaling, Bob Garafolo, Brenda Rice, Lisa Thomas, Joe Gwilt, Chris Propheter, Darren Austin, Rocco Leone.

FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Rich Rainville, Todd Williamson, Lorrie Herbert, Aron Backus, Claude Hutchings Jr., Chuck Powelczyk, Glen Erwin, Chris Kranz, Matt Wetterer, Rich Murtaugh, Sam Carista, Matt Fay, Jessica Herbert, Lee Hartzog, Lorraine Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Adrian Gilbert, Sam Curcie, Steve Randall.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr., Les Baker, Mike Jones, Joe Schirm.


EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS TO MAKE LONG AWAITED RETURN TO BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, MAY 26TH

BREWERTON, NY...The Empire Super Sprints will make their long awaited return to Brewerton Speedway on Friday, May 26. The 1993 season was the last time that the winged rockets competed at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds and ESDCA Mod Lites will join the ESS contingent in a fan friendly three division race program on May 26. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Bryan Howland recorded the ESS season opening feature race win earlier this season at Fulton Speedway in a record setting 44-car field over Justin Barger, Dan Kaszubinksi, Mike Stelter and Dave Ely. Gordy Button, Lance Yonge, Chuck Hebing, Rick Wilson, Jeff Cook, Doug Emery, Jeff VanDusen, Jessica Zemken, John Karklin, Steve Poirier, Kyle Moffit and Kyle Drum will all look for the anticipated event.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 26 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Nationwide Insurance Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $20 with ages 10-14 priced at $10. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Pit admission for members is priced at $25 and non-members will be charged $30.
For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or to www.empiresupersprints.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.


TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, MAY 20TH

FULTON, NY...Terrell's Potato Chips will present the professional DIRT Motorsports program at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, May 20. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and ESDCA Mod Lites. The great night of family entertainment at the Home of the Victoria 200 will start at 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller and Jimmy Phelps have all claimed one DIRT Big Block Modified feature race win at Fulton Speedway this season. The three talented drivers make up the top three spots in the current season point standings. Shane Donath, Joey Williams and Jeremy Pitcher are the three feature winners to date in the DIRT Sportsman class.
Dan Hofmann Sr., Dave Mannise and Steve Crouse have all claimed one Pure Stock feature race win this season on the high banked track. Doug Williams claimed the only ESDCA Mod Lite feature race win so far this season at Fulton Speedway. There have been 15 different feature winners in the 15 feature races contested so far this season on the multi-groove track.
It will also be Magnetic Schedule Night this Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Fans arriving early will receive a 2006 Magnetic Schedule courtesy of Syracuse.com and Fulton Speedway. Fans can expect a typical show at the track this Saturday on Terrell's Potato Chips Night. Healthy car counts and plenty of two, three and even four wide excitement is the norm at the Oswego County facility.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 20 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Terrell's Potato Chips Night will start at 7 p.m. sharp. Adult admission is $12 with those ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY JUNIOR FAN CLUB SET FOR ANOTHER SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...The Brewerton Speedway announced recently that the popular activities for the Junior Fan Club would start this Friday, May 19. The Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club is the oldest of its' kind in the Central New York area. The Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club is open to youngsters between the ages of 4-14. It is absolutely free to join the Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club.

“We’re very excited to bring the Junior Fan Club activities back another year”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing of the Brewerton Speedway. “The MacDonald family has done a tremendous job with the club in the past, and we’re fortunate to have Denise Proctor to carry on the tradition that they and the Fink's have established at the Speedway. It’s a feature that our younger fans look forward to each week, and we appreciate the new owners of the Speedway wanting to continue our tradition.”

Each week, young fans ages 4-14 can sign up for their chance to ride in the Fernandez Auto Mall Ford Mustang with their favorite driver. The Junior Fan of the Week also receives a hat courtesy of Top Stitch Custom Embroidery, plus a picture compliments of Time Out Sports Photography. Special events during the season include Bike giveaways, a Pitside Picnic and numerous contests and autograph sessions. For more information, log on to www.brewertonspeedway.com.


FULTON SPEEDWAY RAINED OUT JUST BEFORE START OF HEAT RACES

FULTON, NY...Race competition last Saturday at Fulton Speedway was all set to go with the start of the heat races before the rains settled in and forced activity to be cancelled. The track crew attempted to keep the racing surface in shape, but the rain became heavier and action was forced to be called off at 7:45 p.m. A solid pit area of cars were ready to do battle at the Home of the Victoria 200.
Professional DIRT Motorsports will continue this Saturday night at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Mod Lites all in action. Show time is set for 7 p.m. All rain checks from Saturday, May 13 will be honored this Saturday, May 20. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


EARLY EVENING HEAVY RAIN FORCES CANCELLATION AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...For a while last Friday it appeared that Brewerton Speedway would steal a show from Mother Nature. But, with a jammed packed pit area heavy rains moved in which would force the show of professional motorsports competition to be called off. Brewerton Speedway Management would like to thank all race teams and fans for their attendance last Friday in hopes of racing on the night.
Action will resume this Friday night with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, Dean Hubbs IMCA Modified Memorial Race, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers all set for competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Show time is 7:30 p.m. All rain checks from May 12 will be honored this Friday, May 19 for both pit and general admission.
For more information on Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event. Children nine years of age and under are admitted free for every event.


VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR RACE QUALIFIERS THIS WEEKEND AT EDELWEISS AND UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY'S

FULTON, NY...Two Victoria 200 All Star Race Qualifying positions are on the line this weekend. Autodrome Edelweiss Speedway in Cantley, Quebec and the Utica-Rome Speedway in Vernon, N.Y. are both offering a Victoria 200 All Star Race spot in their respective shows this weekend. Saturday, September 30 is the date of the 21st Annual $20,000 to win Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway.
Autodrome Edelweiss Speedway's 2006 season opener is this Friday, May 12 and the Ottawa area track will once again open their season with an actual guaranteed starting spot for the season ending classic at Fulton Speedway. Pierre Dagenais and Brian McDonald have all recently won and represented Autodrome Edelweiss Speedway in the Victoria 200.
The Utica-Rome Speedway in Vernon, N.Y. will offer a Victoria 200 All Star Race spot to the winner of the $4,000 to win 68-lap "Remembering Alex" Race of Champions event this Sunday, May 14. Bobby Varin represented the popular Sunday night track in fine style last year in the Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway and is considered the favorite to win this Sunday night.
Mitch Gibbs has already earned a Victoria 200 All Star Race spot after his win earlier this season at Fonda Speedway.
The 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway is set for September 29-30. Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will all be contested on Friday, September 29. The 21st Annual Victoria 200 is scheduled for Saturday, September 30. Sunday, October 1 is the Victoria 200 Weekend raindate. For more information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com.


FULLER LOOKS TO CONTINUE HOT STRING AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY ON FERRIS INDUSTRIES NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller will look to continue his hot string in DIRT Big Block Modified racing this Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Ferris Industries Night. Fuller won three feature events last weekend in area competition. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in action this Saturday night. Show time is 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps and Fuller have all claimed on DIRT Big Block Modified feature win at Fulton Speedway this season. Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Tom Sears Jr., John Barker, Jim Witko Jr., Vinnie Vitale, Steve Hulsizer, Chad Phelps, Brett Tonkin, Tony Buffa, Dan Vauter and Dale Planck will all look to add their name to the winners list this Saturday night.
Brothers Shane and Shawn Donath currently lead the DIRT Sportsman standings with Sam Reakes IV, Joey Williams and Mike Bowman following in the top five. Louie Jackson, Bob Buono, Billy Clark, Ron Marsden and Dick Parkhurst make up the top five currently in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Dan Hofmann Sr., Gary Barton, Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden and Phil Marsden rank in the top five to date in the Pure Stock division.
The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will return to action this Saturday night. Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert and Morris Matthews were the top three finishers in the season opener for the division a few weeks ago. Well over 100 cars will be in race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 this Saturday on Ferris Industries Night.
The first 1,000 fans through the main gate this Saturday will receive a 2006 Fulton Speedway Magnetic Schedule courtesy of Syracuse.com and Fulton Speedway. Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 13 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Ferris Industries Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED POINT LEADER ALAN JOHNSON STILL WINLESS AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Current DIRT Big Block Modified point leader Alan Johnson is still winless at Brewerton Speedway going into race competition this Friday, May 12. Johnson will look to visit victory lane this Friday at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on Ferris Industries Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in action plus One on One Spectator Races. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard and Billy Decker have all claimed DIRT Big Block Modified feature race wins at Brewerton Speedway this season. Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Pat Ward, Kevin Bates, Steve Hulsizer, Chuck Bower, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko Jr., Vic Coffey, Tom Sears Jr., Stewart Friesen, Tony Buffa, Todd Stewart, Dan Vauter and Gary Tomkins are also looking for that first win of the season against the talented cast.
Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Gary Jeffries, Les Hubbard and Richard Townsend are the top five drivers to date in the IMCA Modified class. Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Lowell Zehr, Ken Gamlen and Ray Donhauser make up the top five currently in the ESDCA Mod Lite division. Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Lorrie Herbert and Chris Kranz occupy the top five slots in the Four Cylinder Super Stock division.
Fans can take to the track this Friday in the One on One Spectator Races. Drivers must have a pit pass and a helmet to participate. The vehicle must be street legal which includes registration and current inspection. The One on One Spectator Races is an elimination style format.
The first 1,000 fans through the Brewerton Speedway gates this Friday night will receive a 2006 Magnetic Schedule courtesy of Syracuse.com and Brewerton Speedway. Ferris Industries Night will also mark the official start of the 2006 Junior Fan Club at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club is the oldest' of its' kind in Central New York.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 12 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Ferris Industries Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.


FULLER SURVIVES LATE RACE CAUTION PERIOD TO WIN THRILLING DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE
AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller survived a late race caution period with just two circuits remaining in the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race last Saturday to earn his first victory of the season at the Home of the Victoria 200. Fuller came charging from the 12th starting position to the lead in just 14 caution free laps. The late race caution period gave both Billy Decker and Alan Johnson a shot at the $2,000 winner share, but Fuller wasn't about to give the top prize away.
Steve Hulsizer came charging from the third starting position to lead the opening circuit of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event. Hulsizer would lead the 27-car starting field for the opening 13-laps. It was on lap-14 when Fuller took the top spot away from Hulsizer. At the halfway mark Fuller was being chased in the top five by Hulsizer, Tom Sears Jr., Decker and Dan Vauter.
Just when it appeared that the feature race would go without a caution period Dale Planck, Tim Sears and Vinnie Vitale tangled in the first turn area on lap-33. All the lead lap cars were grouped together single file on the restart and that created quite a finish. During the final two circuits Fuller, Decker and Alan Johnson were all in contention for the feature victory.
Fuller was not to be denied the victory, however. Alan Johnson crossed the finish line in the second position with Decker following. Hulsizer and Tom Sears completed the top five feature finishers. Ryan Phelps, Stewart Friesen, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward and Kevin Bates finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively. Fans were treated to tremendous two, three and four wide action throughout the event.
Shane Donath beat his brother Shane to earn his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Sam Reakes IV, Mike Bowman and Darren Forbes followed the Donath brothers across the finish line. Shane Donath passed Bowman with just two circuits remaining to earn the feature victory. Nick Humphrey led the opening five laps of the main event.
Ron Marsden won his first ever 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Billy Clark, Louie Jackson, Bob Buono and Dion Oakes finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Marsden made the race winning move on lap seven as he slipped past Jason Parkhurst. Jim Evans was the only other driver to lead feature lap.
Steve Crouse was the winner of the special 20-lap Pure Stock feature race that paid $200 to win. Dave Mannise, Mike Watkins, Rusty Marsden and Steve Woodworth completed the top five feature finishers. Rob Whipple led the opening two circuits of the feature race. Mike Watkins took command of the 26-car feature field on lap three. Crouse made the race winning move on lap-13.
Bryan Howland earned the well deserved victory in the 25-lap Empire Super Sprint feature race. Justin Barger, Dan Kaszubinski, Mike Stelter and Dave Ely followed Howland across the finish line. A record setting 44 cars attempted to qualify for the ESS season opener. See related story furnished by ESS for complete details of the action packed show.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will return to Fulton Speedway this Saturday with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears Jr., Ryan Phelps, Stewart Friesen, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Kevin Bates, Danny Johnson, Brett Tonkin, Scott Prentice, Chad Phelps, Kyle Jacobs, Bob McCreadie, Jim Witko Jr., John Barker, Tony Buffa, Bob Bennett, Joe Isabell, Dan Williams, Dale Planck, Tim Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Eric Richardson, Dan Vauter.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Shane Donath, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Bowman, Darren Forbes, Joey Williams, Roy Bresnahan, Chris Raabe, Joe August Jr., Jason Rood, Dave Reilley, A.J. Kingsley, Mark Davison, Jordan Bennett, Roger West, Stewart Garrison, John Behron, Amanda Whitney, John Pietrowicz, Nick Humphrey, Alan Fink, Jeremy Pitcher, Tim Devendorf, Russ Hefti.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Ron Marsden, Billy Clark, Louie Jackson, Bob Buono, Dion Oakes, Jack Terrell, Dale Caswell, Jim Evans, Jason Parkhurst, Dave Briggs, Mike Vaughn, Dale Guernsey, Jerry Button, Scott Springer, Dick Parkhurst.
PURE STOCKS---Steve Crouse, Dave Mannise, Mike Watkins, Rusty Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Rob Whipple, Gary Barton, Phil Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Joe Briere, Todd Koegel, Pat Hobbs, Jim Donaldson, Chris Smiedy, Bob Whipple, Jeff Hunter, Jim Wallace, Alex Kelsey, Mike Cousins, Curt Prevo, Joe Buske, Ricky DeGroff, Van Grant, Ron Hawker, Quinton Burton, Jack Carr.
EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS---See related story.


FULLER WINS FIRST OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON MAPLE VIEW GARAGE NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller won his first 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Maple View Garage Night. Fuller claimed the victory in dominating fashion as he never looked back after gaining the top spot on lap-13 over the 25-car starting field. The victory for the Native Poker.com sponsored team was worth $2,000.
Dan Williams raced out to the early lead at the start of the Maple View Garage DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the outside pole starting position. Joe Isabell took the top spot away from Williams on lap two and the young driver would lead the field through lap six. Vic Coffey took the lead away from Isabell on lap seven. Fuller and Coffey would trade the lead on laps 11 and 12, with Fuller back in front on lap-13.
A long stretch of green flag racing allowed Fuller to open up his lead while battling in and out of lapped traffic. A late race caution period grouped the field together, but Fuller was never challenged for the victory. Alan Johnson worked up from the 20th starting position to finish second. Rookie driver Kevin Bates recorded a strong third place effort with veterans Jimmy Phelps and Billy Decker completing the top five feature finishers.
Gary Jeffries won his second straight 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Kevin Cook and Carmen Vona Jr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Bob Bradt and Steve Coit were early feature race leaders before Jeffries took the top spot on lap four. Rich Keller took the lead away from Jeffries on lap-14 and would lead through lap-18 when Jeffries made the winning move.
Doug Williams also claimed his second straight feature win last Friday night in the 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite main event. Darren Austin, Ray Donhauser, Ken Gamlen and Tim Devendorf completed the top five feature finishers behind Williams. Rocco Leone led the opening circuit of the feature race. Mike Isabell led the feature field from laps two through six.Williams took over on lap seven and led the rest of the distance.
Chuck Powelzcyk became the third repeat winner of the night after leading the way in the 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race. Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Lorrie Herbert and Matt Wetterer finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Delacruz led the first 10-laps of the main event. Erwin led the field from laps 11-13. Powelczyk made the winning move on the 14th circuit.
Chad Dupra was the winner of the season opening Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Chad Guthrie, Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert and Jerry Herbert completed the top five feature finishers.
Race competition will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks all in action. One on One Spectator Races will also be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

MAPLE VIEW GARAGE FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Kevin Bates, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Decker, Vic Coffey, Danny Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Gary Tomkins, Stewart Friesen, Tom Sears Jr., Joe Isabell, Tony Buffa, Dale Planck, Pat Ward, Kyle Jacobs, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Dan Williams, Steve Hulsizer, Kenny Stafford, Dan Vauter, Matt Fink.
ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Darren Austin, Ray Donhauser, Ken Gamlen, Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Rocco Leone, Jeff Isabell Jr., Mike Isabell, Luke Lonergan, Mark Hayden, Ray Rainville, John Byrnes, Sterling Miller, Jeff Barker, Kelly Skinner, Dave Trytek, Gary Schug, Jamie King, Justin Crisafulli, Bob Garafolo, Tom Walsh, Kevin Donhauser, Andrew Schartner, Kevin Doll, Chris Propheter, Tony Steiner, Joe Abbass.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Gary Jeffries, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Kevan Cook, Carmen Vona Jr., Rich Townsend, Dale Caswell, Bill Anderson Sr., Dan Wilcox, Jeff Cardinale, Dave Talbot, Pete Anderson, Calvin Painter, Bob Bradt, Coleen Finch, J.J. Courcy, Rich Keller, Bill Anderson Jr., Greg Kimball, Steve Coit, Mike Jeffries, Rob Keller, Tony Finch, Pat Pontello.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Lorrie Herbert, Matt Wetterer, Todd Williamson, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Carista, Chris Kranz, Claude Hutchings Jr., Steve Randall, Matt Fay, Jessica Herbert, Rich Murtaugh, Glen Erwin, Sam Curcie, Lee Hartzog, Rich Rainville, Aron Backus.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Dupra, Chad Guthrie, Morris Mathews, Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert.


NEW OWNERS OF BREWERTON SPEEDWAY AND FULTON SPEEDWAY LOOK TO CARRY ON
LEGACY OF BOTH TRACKS

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway, two of the most respected professional motorsports facilities in the northeast are now under new ownership. Don and Benedetta Watros, along with Rick and Tina Wolff have taken over command of the two central New York tracks from Harvey, Joan and David Fink. The transaction took effect on April 28.
"We will look to continue on the legacy that the Fink family established at both Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway," commented Don Watros. He continued, "Improvements at both facilities are already under way and in the planning stages, along with some new promotion ideas." T.J. Fitzgibbons and Art Halliday are the new Promoters of the tracks.
Brewerton Speedway is in operation every Friday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. For more information please go to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.
Fulton Speedway comes alive every Saturday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or 668-RACE.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY RETURNS TO ACTION THIS FRIDAY, MAY 5TH ON MAPLE VIEW GARAGE NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Race competition will heat up again at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, May 5 on Maple View Garage Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday night. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
The best of the best will compete for the $2,000 winners share in the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race this Friday night. Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Chuck Bower, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko, Kevin Bates, Todd Stewart, Tim Fuller, Tom Sears, Dan Vauter, Stewart Friesen, Vic Coffey, Tony Buffa, Gary Tomkins and Dale Planck are all potential winners.
Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Rich Keller, Gary Jeffries and Les Hubbard are the top five currently in the IMCA Modified standings. Tim Devendorf, Joe Abbass, Lowell Zehr, Tom Walsh and Ken Gamlen rank in the top five in the ESDCA rankings. Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Aron Backus, Lorrie Herbert and Glen Erwin make up the top drivers to date in the Four Cylinder Super Stock ranks.
The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in their season opening event this Friday night. Well over 100 cars will be in race competition this Friday at Brewerton
Speedway on Maple View Garage Night. Adult admission is $12,with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under are admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.
Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 5:30 p.m. this Friday night. The first event of the evening on Maple View Garage Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The facility is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.

BREWERTON, NY...Race competition will heat up again at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, May 5 on Maple View Garage Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday night. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
The best of the best will compete for the $2,000 winners share in the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race this Friday night. Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Chuck Bower, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko, Kevin Bates, Todd Stewart, Tim Fuller, Tom Sears, Dan Vauter, Stewart Friesen, Vic Coffey, Tony Buffa, Gary Tomkins and Dale Planck are all potential winners.
Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Rich Keller, Gary Jeffries and Les Hubbard are the top five currently in the IMCA Modified standings. Tim Devendorf, Joe Abbass, Lowell Zehr, Tom Walsh and Ken Gamlen rank in the top five in the ESDCA rankings. Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Aron Backus, Lorrie Herbert and Glen Erwin make up the top drivers to date in the Four Cylinder Super Stock ranks.
The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in their season opening event this Friday night. Well over 100 cars will be in race competition this Friday at Brewerton
Speedway on Maple View Garage Night. Adult admission is $12,with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under are admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.
Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 5:30 p.m. this Friday night. The first event of the evening on Maple View Garage Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The facility is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.


JIMMY PHELPS CLAIMS WILD FULTON SPEEDWAY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE RACE WIN ON PROMOTION SPEED SUPPLY NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Jimmy Phelps claimed the victory in a wild 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Promotion Speed Supply Night. Danny Johnson and Phelps swapped the lead numerous times throughout the event, with the lead changing on more than one occasion on several laps. The victory for the Phelps Family Racing, J&B Installations sponsored car was worth $2,000.
Tony Buffa raced out to the early lead at the start of the Promotion Speed Supply DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Buffa led the first 12-laps of the main event. On lap-13 a hard charging Danny Johnson took command of the field. At the halfway mark Danny Johnson was being followed in the top five by Vinnie Vitale, Jimmy Phelps, Buffa and Tim Fuller.
Jimmy Phelps moved into the second position on lap-27 and that set-up a tremendous battle between himself and Danny Johnson. The lead changed hands virtually in every turn. It was on lap-33 when Phelps took the lead for good when Johnson started to slow with a smoking engine. Phelps went on to the victory, while Vinnie Vitale finished second, his best ever finish at the track. Danny Johnson hung on for third with Alan Johnson and Pat Ward completing the top five feature finishers.
Jeremy Pitcher won his first ever DIRT Sportsman feature race at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath and Tim Devendorf completed the top five in the official order of finish. Pitcher led the entire 20-lap distance to earn the popular victory.
Bob Buono earned his first victory of the season in the 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Louie Jackson, Billy Clark, P.J. Peters and Dick Parkhurst crossed the finish line in positions second through fifth respectively. Mitchell Jock led the first nine laps of the main event before dropping out of the race. Clark inherited the lead at this point and held it until lap 15 when Buono made the race winning move.
Dave Mannise, the winningest driver in Fulton Speedway Pure Stock history claimed his first win of the 2006 season last Saturday in the 20-lap feature race. Mannise led the entire 20-lap distance from the outside pole starting position.
Doug Williams earned the victory in the season opening 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature race. Sterling Miller, Dave Trytek, Ken Gamlen and Lowell Zehr followed Williams across the finish line. Miller led the opening lap of the main event. Williams took over on lap two and would never give the top spot back.
Chad Guthrie was the winner of the season opening Four Cylinder Enduro race. Josh Herbert, Morris Mathews, Art Dupra and Chad Dupra finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
The Empire Super Sprints will invade Fulton Speedway this Saturday night. Well over 40 of the winged warriors are expected to be in competition. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and the Pure Stocks will also be in competition. The Pure Stocks will compete in a $200 to win special. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

PROMOTION SPEED SUPPLY FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Jimmy Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Danny Johnson, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Tony Buffa, Dan Vauter, Dale Planck, John Barker, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Kevin Bates, Tom Sears, Ryan Phelps, Chad Phelps, Eric Richardson, Joe Isabell, Brett Tonkin, Tim Sears, Dan Williams, Bob Bennett, Darwin Greene, Matt Fink, Steve Hulsizer.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Jeremy Pitcher, Shawn Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Shane Donath, Tim Devendorf, John Pietrowicz, Joe August Jr., John Juhl, Alan Fink, Dave Reilley, John Behron, Roger West, Darren Forbes, Chris Hile, Matt Hulsizer, A.J. Kingsley, Mike Bowman, Mark Davison, Jason Rood, Stewart Garrison, Roy Bresnahan, Nick Humphrey, John Juhl, Joey Williams.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Bob Buono, Louie Jackson, Billy Clark, P.J. Peters, Dick Parkhurst, Ron Marsden, Dave Bissonnette, Dave Briggs, Dion Oakes, Jerry Button, Dale Guernsey, Jason Parkhurst, Freddy Dennis, Jack Terrell, Scott Kocher, Mike Vaughn, Mitchell Jock, Scott Springer, Jim Evans, Dennis Gauvreau.
PURE STOCKS---Dave Mannise, Dan Hofmann Sr., Rusty Marsden, Phil Marsden, Ricky DeGroff, Gary Barton, Steve Woodworth, Chad Crouse, Jim Donaldson, Quinton Burton, Dan Winks, Joe Buske, Van Grant, Jim Wallace, Rob Whipple, Joe Briere, Ron Hawker, Todd Koegel, Mike Watkins, Bob Whipple, Bill Thomas, Curt Prevo, Eric Storrs, Dave Emmons, Josh Blackwell, Steve Crouse.
ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Sterling Miller, Dave Trytek, Ken Gamlen, Lowell Zehr, Jeff Barker, Joe Abbass, Mike Isabell, Rocco Leone, Andrew Schartner, Luke Lonergan, Chris Propheter, Jeff Isabell Jr., Joe Gwilt, Tom Walsh, Justin Crisafulli, Jamie King, Dennis Propheter, Lisa Thomas, Tod Simons, Brenda Rice, Shawn Hotaling, Sam Morse, Tony Steiner, Matt Cummo, Chris Steele, Darren Austin, Alex Propheter.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert, Morris Mathews, Art Dupra, Chad Dupra.


DECKER WINS BATTLE ROYAL DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Billy Decker came out as the winner of the wild 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race last Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Decker was able to work his way up through the field from the 13th starting position to earn the victory in the Gypsum Wholesalers ride. The victory for the John Wight owned team was worth $2,000.
Tim Sears raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the pole starting position. Sears would lead the opening seven circuits. On lap eight Tim Fuller took the top spot away from Sears. Fuller held the lead until lap nine when he was forced to head into the pit area. Steve Hulsizer inherited the lead on the lap-10 restart.
Hulsizer was running strong leading the talented Brewerton field through lap-24. At that time Decker was able to slip past for the top spot. Once in front Decker never looked back and went on to victory lane. Hulsizer held on for a strong second place finish. Pat Ward drove another steady race to finish third. Alan Johnson placed fourth while Stewart Friesen finished a strong fifth in his first start of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Gary Jeffries won his first ever 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr. and Kevan Cook finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Anderson Jr. led the first four circuits. Hill led the field from lap four through nine. Jeffries took command at the halfway stage and went on to the popular victory.
Doug Williams earned the victory in the 20-lap ESDCA Mod Lite feature event. Tim Devendorf, Kevin Doll, Sterling Milller and Tod Simons chased Williams across the finish line. Doll led the opening two laps of the main event. Williams took the lead from Doll on lap three. Devendorf worked into the top spot on lap seven in search of his second straight victory. Williams came back to take the lead on lap-10 and never gave it back.
Chuck Powelczyk won his first 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Glen Erwin and Aron Backus finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Joey Delacruz led the first five laps of the main event. Russell Erwin took over on lap six. Powelczyk passed Erwin for the lead for good on lap-10.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will resume this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Steve Hulsizer, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Stewart Friesen, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Chuck Bower, Todd Stewart, Jim Witko, Ryan Phelps, Kyle Jacobs, Tony Buffa, Billy Dunn, Tom Sears, Dan Vauter, Tim Sears, Tim McCreadie, Tim Fuller, Gary Tomkins, Vic Coffey, Jeff Isabell.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Gary Jeffries, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Kevan Cook, Dale Caswell, Tony Finch, Rich Keller, Rich Townsend, Brian Evenden, Jon Dumas, Bob Bradt, Dan Wilcox, Coleen Finch, Jeff Cardinale, Bill Anderson Sr., Calvin Painter, Beth Schneider, Pete Anderson, Carmen Vona Jr., Greg Kimball, Rob Keller, Eric Nier, Dave Talbot.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Glen Erwin, Aron Backus, Lorrie Herbert, Chris Kranz, Claude Hutchings Jr., Matt Wetterer, Matt Fay, Steve Randall, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Curcie, Joey Delacruz, Adrian Gilbert, Sam Carista, Jessica Herbert.
ESDCA MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Kevin Doll, Sterling Miller, Tod Simons, Ken Gamlen, Tom Walsh, Joe Abbass, Chris Steele, Lowell Zehr, Tom Felicia, Dave Trytek, Jeff Barker, Mark Hayden, Jeff Isabell Jr., Rocco Leone, Shawn Hotaling, Gary Schug, John Byrnes, Jamie King, Bob Garafolo, Chris Propheter, Luke Lonergan, Darren Austin, Tony Steiner, Mike Isabell, Ray Donhauser, Kevin Donhauser, Joe Gwilt, Matt Cummo.


$200 TO WIN PURE STOCK SPECIAL AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, MAY 6TH

FULTON, NY...A $200 to win special for the popular Pure Stock division at Fulton Speedway will be contested on Saturday, May 6. The season opener for the Empire Super Sprints will also be part of the race program with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman and DIRT Pro Stocks also on the race card. Show time for the big five division race program is 7 p.m.
Fulton Speedway is home to some of the best talent in Pure Stock racing in the northeast and the early season special is sure to be action packed. The Pure Stock feature races at Fulton Speedway are quite often talked about throughout the week in the racing community and the show on Saturday, May 6 is sure to be even more memorable.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 6 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. sharp. For more information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57, just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for all regular season events.


EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS TO MAKE RECORD SETTING RETURN TO FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, MAY 6TH

FULTON, NY...An expected record field of Empire Super Sprints will invade Fulton Speedway on Saturday, May 6. That is the date of the 2006 season opener for the Empire Super Sprints which will be held at the popular Fulton Speedway. The race winner of the 25-lap "A" mail will collect $2,000. Invading drivers from the United Racing Club and Patriot Sprint Group are expected to compete in the open draw format type show.
Defending Champion Lance Yonge will lead the Native Poker.com ESS Series invasion to Fulton Speedway on May 6. Other top drivers expected to compete on the multi-groove track include Jeff VanDusen, Dan Kaszubinski, Jeff Cook, Alain Bergeron, Doug Emery, Bob Podolak, Jessica Zemken, Steve Poirier, Dave Ely, Mike Stelter, R.C. Faigle and the winningest driver in Fulton ESS history Gordy Button.
Joining the ESS contingent in race competition on Saturday, May 6 will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and a $200 to win special for the Pure Stocks. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $18 with ages 10-14 admitted for $10. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
For more information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.empiresupersprints.com. The Fulton Speedway office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for all regular season events.


ROOKIE SENSATION KEVIN BATES TO TAKE ON THE BEST WEEKLY AT BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAY'S

BREWERTON, NY...DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Kevin Bates will compete against the best of the business weekly this season at Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway. The 20 year-old driver from Lake Ariel, PA is off to a fast start this season with a fourth place finish in the season opener at Fulton Speedway and a solid seventh place effort in the season opener at the tricky Brewerton Speedway.
Blaise & Son, Ulster 4, HCI Mortgage, Locklin's Bottled Gas, Stoney Lonesome Quarries Inc., Bicknell Racing Products, Jeff Murray Racing Engines, M.C. Bodick Excavation, Hamlin NAPA and Hometown Builders all provide assistance to the Bates Family racing operation. Bates was the 2005 DIRT Sportsman Track Champion at Fulton Speedway.
Brewerton Speedway is in operation every Friday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Selected midweek shows highlight the season schedule. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.
Saturday night is the normal night of operation of Fulton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks are the weekly classes. Several midweek shows are on the agenda. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


PROMOTION SPEED SUPPLY TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 29TH AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Promotion Speed Supply will present the action packed race program at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, April 29. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, ESDCA Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition at the Home of the Victoria 200. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson will look for his second win of the season in as many starts this Saturday in the DIRT Big Block Modified division. Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Kevin Bates, Billy Decker, Scott Prentice, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko, John Barker, Chad Phelps, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Jeff Isabell and Dan Vauter are more of the top drivers expected to be in action this Saturday night.
Joey Williams will look for his second straight DIRT Sportsman feature win of the season this Saturday night. Russ Hefti, Shane Donath, Sam Reakes IV and Mike Bowman followed Williams in the season opener. Louie Jackson, Dick Parkhurst, Ron Marsden, Billy Clark and Bob Buono finished in that order in the DIRT Pro Stock season opener two weeks ago.
Dan Hofmann Sr. will look for his second straight Pure Stock feature win this Saturday night. Jim Donaldson, Ricky DeGroff, Gary Barton and Ron Hawker are also coming off strong finishers from two weeks ago. The ESDCA Mod Lites will make their first appearance of the season this Saturday night as well as the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Fans can expect another action packed show this Saturday night with regular admission prices in effect.
Fulton Speedway gates this Saturday will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Promotion Speed Supply Night will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $12 with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


SECOND WEEK OF RACE COMPETITION SLATED FOR BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH

BREWERTON, NY...The second week of competition of the 2006 race season at Brewerton Speedway is slated for this Friday, April 28. In action this Friday night at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Show time is slated for 7:30 p.m.
Matt Sheppard claimed the season opening DIRT Big Block Modified feature win last Friday night over a stellar 34-car field. Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Kevin Bates, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Tim Fuller, Jim Witko, Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears, Vic Coffey, Dan Vauter and Jeff Isabell are some of the drivers that will look to keep Sheppard from winning two in a row.
Rob Keller will look for his second straight IMCA Modified feature win this Friday night. Mike Smith, Greg Kimball, Johnny Hill and Carmen Vona Jr. also had a good outing on opening night. Defending ESDCA Mod Lite Track Champion Tim Devendorf will look for win number two of the season this Friday night. Ray Donhauser, Joe Abbass, Lowell Zehr and Kevin Donhauser completed the top five finishers in the Mod Lite main event last week.
Russell Erwin won in a photo finish over Todd Williamson last Friday night in the season opening Four Cylinder Super Stock main event. Aron Backus, Chuck Powelczyk and Lorrie Herbert followed the lead duo across the finish line. Fans can expect another action packed show this Friday night at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in all four of the weekly classes.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, April 28 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12 with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line ay 668-RACE.


SHEPPARD WINS SEASON OPENING DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Matt Sheppard recorded the season opening DIRT Big Block Modified win at Brewerton Speedway last Friday in front of a near capacity crowd. Sheppard fought the lead away from Billy Decker on lap-27 and then held off former track champions Alan Johnson and Decker for the hard fought victory. The win for the Randy Ross owned team was worth $2,000.
Jimmy Phelps led the opening lap of the DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Kevin Bates took the top spot away from Phelps on lap two. Veteran Danny Johnson became the third different leader on lap four. Sheppard took the lead away from Danny Johnson on lap-11 after starting in the eighth position.
Just at the halfway mark of the 35-lap main event Decker took the lead away from Sheppard. Decker was displaying quite a show, flying around the top side of the track. Decker would lead the talented field until lap 26. Sheppard took over at that point. But, by no means was the race over, as it was now Alan Johnson putting on the show. Johnson came from the 16th starting position, but had to settle for second place by a car length at the finish line.
Rob Keller won the season opening 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday night. Mike Smith, Greg Kimball, Johnny Hill and Carmen Vona Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Keller took the lead from Greg Kimball on lap two and never gave it back. Mike Smith made a late race charge to finish second in the action packed main event.
Defending ESDCA Mod Lite Track Champion Tim Devendorf won the season opening 20-lap feature race last Friday night. Ray Donhauser, Joe Abbass, Lowell Zehr and Kevin Donhauser finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Devendorf took the lead away from Donhauser on lap-16 and then held him off for the feature victory.
Russell Erwin was the race winner of the season opening 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Friday night. Todd Williamson, Aron Backus, Chuck Powelczyk and Lorrie Herbert finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Erwin won the race in a photo finish over Williamson.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Friday with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks all in action. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Matt Sheppard, Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Kevin Bates, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Tim Fuller, Jim Witko, Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears, Billy Dunn, Vic Coffey, Dan Vauter, Bob McCreadie, Jeff Isabell, Todd Stewart, Joe Isabell, Ken Stafford, Yannick Ledoux, Mitch Gibbs, Tony Buffa.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rob Keller, Mike Smith, Greg Kimball, Johnny Hill, Carmen Vona, Kevan Cook, Rich Keller, Brian Evenden, Bill Anderson Sr., Dan Wilcox, Rich Townsend, Mark Webb, Calvin Painter, Les Hubbard, Gary Jeffries, Dave Talbot, Tim Hearne, Pete Anderson, Eric Nier, Dale Caswell, Bob Bradt, Jason Amidon, Tony Finch, Coleen Finch.
ESDCA MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Ray Donhauser, Joe Abbass, Lowell Zehr, Kevin Donhauser, Matt Cummo, Jeff Barker, Bob Gararfolo, Tom Walsh, Ken Gamlen, Mark Hayden, Sterling Miller, Brian Peterson, Luke Lonergan, Mike Isabell, Pete Sorrentino, Tony Steiner, Gary Schug, Kelly Skinner, Ray Rainville, Jeff Isabell Jr., John Byrnes, Kevin Doll, Joe Gwilt, Chris Propheter, Doug Williams, Dave Trytek, Shawn Hotaling, Rocco Leone, Tod Simons.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Aron Backus, Chuck Powelczyk, Lorrie Herbert, Chris Kranz, Glen Erwin, Mike Trapp, Sam Curcie, Lee Hartzog, Steve Randall, Lorraine Powelczyk, Matt Fay, Joey Delacruz, Adrian Gilbert, Rich Rainville, Matt Wetterer.


ALL DAY RAIN FORCES CANCELLATION AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...An all day rain left no chance of professional DIRT Motorsports competition last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Action will resume this Saturday, April 29 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition on Promotion Speed Supply Night. Show time is 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson will look for his second straight feature win this Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Jim Witko, John Barker, Ryan Phelps, Chad Phelps, Tom Sears and Jeff Isabell are just some of the top DIRT Big Block Modified drivers expected to try to keep Johnson out of victory lane.
Drivers in the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Enduro classes will also be in competition this Saturday on the multi-groove track. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


NEW CHAT RADIO FEATURE ADDED TO SPEEDCASTS FOR 2006 SEASON AT BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAY'S

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced today that the Speedcasts provided by Syracuse.com would feature a new Chat feature, allowing fans to talk to each other online during the live broadcast.

“This is a great way to give our fans the ability to interact live during the races online to talk about the racing action”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's. “Fans who are from out of town or who can’t attend our event that week can log on to www.syracuse.com/motorsports to listen to the race and chat with other fans. Archives of the previous weeks races will also be found there, as well as pictures from the racing action.”

Syracuse.com is the leader in local news and events, and will offer contests throughout the year to win VIP tickets to the races. For more information, log on to www.syracuse.com.

Brewerton Speedway is in operation every Friday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. For more information please go to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.

Fulton Speedway comes alive every Saturday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.


81 CARS TEST AND TUNE FOR BREWERTON SPEEDWAY'S 2006 OPENER THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 21ST

BREWERTON, NY... A total of 81 cars took advantage of the Test and Tune Practice session on Tuesday night in preparation for the 2006 season opener at Brewerton Speedway which is this Friday, April 21. Danny Johnson recorded the fast time during the evening in the DIRT Big Block Modified division in the JIR Motorsports entry. Pat Ward, Jeff Isabell, Kevin Bates and Todd Stewart completed the top five times recorded by the AMB timing system.
Danny Johnson will return to weekly competition this season as part of the five car JIR Motorsports team which includes car owner Jeff Isabell. Veteran Pat Ward will look for more success in the Gypsum Express ride. Rookie Kevin Bates from Lake Ariel, PA. will make Brewerton Speedway his new Friday night home after a strong fourth place finish on opening night at Fulton Speedway. Kingston, Ontario driver Todd Stewart is another newcomer slated for competition this season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in competition during the 2006 Grand Opening this Friday night. Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 5:30 p.m. with race competition starting at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. Adult admission is $12 with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.


ALAN JOHNSON RECORDS WIN IN FULTON SPEEDWAY SEASON OPENING 45 LAP SPECIAL

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson claimed the victory in the 45-lap season opening DIRT Big Block Modified feature race last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Johnson drove his typical steady race to earn the victory in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, Native Poker sponsored car. Johnson came from the eighth starting position to earn the $2,300 winners share in front of a large opening night crowd at the Home of the Victoria 200.
Pat Ward raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the outside pole starting position. John Barker took the top spot away from Ward on lap two. On lap four Ward regained the lead and that set the stage for the duo to do the same for most of the first 10 circuits. With 10 laps complete Ward and Barker were being followed in the top five by Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson and Tom Sears.
With a long stretch of green flag racing all eyes were on Alan Johnson working his way up to the front. Johnson passed Barker for second on lap-19 and it was on lap-22 when he slipped past Ward for the feature lead. Ward was able to stay within striking distance of Johnson until the end, but had to settle for second. Defending Track Champion Tim Fuller finished third. DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver Kevin Bates came from the 19th starting position to finish a strong fourth. Scott Prentice completed the top five feature finishers.
Joey Williams earned the victory in the season opening 20-lap DIRT Sportsman main event. Williams was followed across the finish line by Russ Hefti, Shane Donath, Sam Reakes IV and Mike Bowman. Reakes led the first lap of the main event. Hefti took the top spot on lap two and it appeared that the veteran was headed to victory. Williams took the top spot away from Hefti on lap-13 and once in front he was able to pull away to the convincing victory.
Louie Jackson was the winner of the season opening 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock main event. Dick Parkhurst, Ron Marsden, Billy Clark and Bob Buono followed Jackson across the finish line in the top five. Jackson made a thrilling last lap pass by Mitchell Jock to earn the victory. Jock was later disqualified and placed last in the official finish after post race inspection.
Dan Hofmann Sr. was the winner of the marathon 20-lap Pure Stock feature. Jim Donaldson, Ricky DeGroff, Gary Barton and Ron Hawker completed the top five in the official order of finish. Hofmann took the lead away from Steve Woodworth on lap-18 and led the rest of the distance in the event. Dave Mannise, Rusty Marsden and Donaldson all led at different stages of the race.
John Mason won the season opener in the IMCA Modified Empire State Series event. George Cantanzano, Mike Smith, Dale Caswell and Rob Keller completed the top five feature finishers. Larry Bezner led the first circuit in the main event before Mason took command of the field on lap two. Cantanzano became the third different leader of the event on lap seven. Mason regained the lead on lap-13 and led to the finish in the 20-lap affair.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will return this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Kevin Bates, Scott Prentice, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko, John Barker, Chad Phelps, Kenny Stafford, Eric Richardson, Billy Dunn, Tom Sears, Tim Sears, Brett Tonkin, Steve Hulsizer, Joe Isabell, Yannick Ledoux, Vinnie Vitale, Jeff Isabell, Bob McCreadie, Dan Vauter, Bob Bennett.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Joey Williams, Russ Hefti, Shane Donath, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Bowman,Roy Bresnahan, Shawn Donath, Jim Larock, Tom Juhl, Rob Bellinger, Dave Reilley, Mark Davison, Jordan Bennett, John Behron, Joe August Jr., John Juhl, Chris Hile, A.J. Kingsley, Alan Fink, John Pietrowicz, Jason Rood, Greg Carner, Chris Higgins, Jeremy Pitcher.
DIRT PRO STOCK FEATURE---Louie Jackson, Dick Parkhurst, Ron Marsden, Billy Clark, Bob Buono, Jack Terrell, Jason Parkhurst, Jim Evans, Scott Kocher, Dennis Gauvreau, James Henry, Scott Springer, Mike Vaughn, Dale Guernsey, Mitchell Jock.
PURE STOCK FEATURE---Dan Hofmann Sr., Jim Donaldson, Ricky DeGroff, Gary Barton, Ron Hawker, Pat Hobbs, Joe Buske, Eric Storrs, Jim Wallace, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Don Stevenson, Rusty Marsden, Van Grant, Mike Watkins, Rob Whipple, Dave Emmons, Bob Whipple, Pete Rabetoy, Dave Mannise, Adam Guilds, Bill Thomas, Chuck Cushman, Joe Briere, Curt Prevo.
IMCA MODIFIED EMPIRE STATE SERIES RACE---John Mason, George Cantanzano, Mike Smith, Dale Caswell, Rob Keller, Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Kevan Cook, Dan Ballard, Dan Wilcox, Jon Dumas, Mark Griffin, Rich Townsend, Pete Anderson, Ken Rogers, Eric Nier, Larry Bezner, Mark Webb, Sean Lias, Tony Finch, Les Hubbard, Bob Bradt, Greg Kimball, Larry Robbins.


JOHNSON / RUDALAVAGE TEAM LOOK TO DEFEND TRACK TITLE AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY
STARTING WITH SEASON OPENER ON APRIL 21ST

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson will look for his fourth DIRT Big Block Modified Track Championship at Brewerton Speedway this season in the Jeff Rudalavage owned car. The duo will start their title defense in the season opener on Friday, April 21. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will battle in the season opener at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Johnson has recorded a total of 49 career feature wins at Brewerton Speedway which is by far the strongest field in northeast DIRT Modified racing. Native Poker, WPC Associates, Pine Line Auto Sales, Bicknell Racing Products, Morrison Performance, Promotion Speed Supply, Trap's Speed Shop and BR Fabrications all back the racing of the Pennsylvania based DIRT team. Johnson will also be a weekly competitor at Fulton Speedway, the sister track of Brewerton Speedway.
The 2006 Grand Opening at Brewerton Speedway is Friday, April 21. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, ESDCA Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be part of the opening night program. Track gates open at 5:30 p.m. and race time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


SUCCESSFUL TEST AND TUNE SESSION AT FULTON SPEEDWAY SETS STAGE FOR 2006 OPENER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH

FULTON, NY...Close to 90 cars took advantage of the Test and Tune Practice session at Fulton Speedway on Tuesday night. That sets the stage for the 2006 Grand Opening this Saturday, April 15 which will feature a 45-lap special for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State Series race will also be part of the huge opening night program.
Pat Ward recorded the fastest official laps on the AMB timing system during the Test and Tune. Ward will look for his second straight opening night win in the John Wight owned Gypsum Express DIRT Big Block Modified. Scott Prentice, Danny Johnson, Jim Witko and Bob McCreadie all completed fast laps in preparation for the season opener this Saturday night.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, April 15 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $14, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Member pit admission is $20 and non-members priced at $25. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 315-668-RACE.


FULTON SPEEDWAY TEST AND TUNE PRACTICE SESSION RESCHEDULED TO TUESDAY, APRIL 11TH AT 6 P.M.

FULTON, NY...The Test and Tune Practice session at Fulton Speedway planned for this Saturday has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 11 starting at 6 p.m. Pit gates will open at 5 p.m. The Test and Tune Practice session will end at approximately 8 p.m. Pit admission is $10. Grandstand admission is free for the sneak preview of the 2006 race season. All cars are welcome to the Test and Tune.
The Test and Tune has been rescheduled due to the extreme cold and wet conditions of the last several days and the forecast for more on Saturday. The extra days leading up to Tuesday will allow the grounds to dry out and for the weather to improve, while work is completed on the new back stretch wall and new restroom facilities in the grandstand area.
Actual race competition at Fulton Speedway will start on Saturday, April 15 at 7 p.m. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race will also be part of the huge opening night program. Adult admission is $14, with ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
For more information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906. The 24 hour race line is reached at 315-668-RACE.


SYRACUSE.COM EXTENDS PARTNERSHIP WITH BREWERTON SPEEDWAY AND FULTON SPEEDWAY AGAIN FOR 2006 SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced recently that it has continued its agreement with Syracuse.com to Webcast all weekly regular season races live for the 2006 race season.

“We’re very excited to continue to Webcast our races live during the season”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's. “We continue to have tremendous response to the Webcast, and we want to extend this feature to our fans to follow their favorite drivers if they are unable to make the race that week.”

Syracuse.com, the leader in local news and events, will continue to power the Webcast. “We are very pleased and excited to continue to be associated at the local level with the Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's”, says Michele Sardinia-Barker of Syracuse.com. “We will continue to give fans the chance to win weekly admission passes and monthly VIP pass giveaways by logging on to Syracuse.com, and providing fans with all of the latest Motorsports news.”

This exciting feature allows drivers’ families and friends to follow their race anywhere in the United States, Canada, or the world, and races are also archived for one week to allow listening during the week. For more information, log on to www.syracuse.com/speedcasts.

A Test and Tune Practice session at Fulton Speedway is slated for Saturday, April 8 starting at 12 noon. All classes of cars are welcome to the Test and Tune which will feature free grandstand admission.

Actual race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 will start on Saturday, April 15. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special with the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race all on the card. Race time is 7 p.m.

More information on the 2006 season at Fulton Speedway can be obtained at www.fultonspeedway.com or by calling the track office at 315-593-6531.

Brewerton Speedway will hold its' annual Test and Tune on Tuesday, April 18 starting at 6 p.m. All classes of cars are welcome to participate in the practice session which will offer free grandstand admission.

The 2006 Grand Opening at Brewerton Speedway is set for Friday, April 21. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be part of the opening night program at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Show time is 7:30 p.m.

For more information on the upcoming season at Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


CLASSIC COUNTRY WSCP 101.3 AND 101.7 CONTINUES TO BE OFFICIAL COUNTRY STATION OF THE BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAY'S FOR THE 2006 RACING SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced recently that Classic Country WSCP 101.3 and 101.7 would continue to be the official country station of both racetracks for the 2006 racing season.
“We are very pleased continue our association with WSCP for this year”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's. “We had a great response from our fans last year, and want to continue our partnership, since WSCP carries live NASCAR racing every week, and weekly race shows that talk about the racing at our tracks. Tickets for races will also continue to be given away for each track throughout the season through contests.”
Classic Country 101.3 & 101.7 WSCP is your station for fast cars & country stars, and features all time country hits and the legends. WSCP is the only station in Syracuse which covers Nextel Cup and Busch Series events, and carries the Monday Morning Refresher, Garage Pass, NASCAR Today, the Ned Jarrett Show, NASCAR Country USA, NASCAR Live, MRN’s NASCAR Performance, Around the Tracks, & Racing Country. For more information, log on to www.wscp.net.
Fulton Speedway will open for the 2006 season on Saturday, April 15 with a 45-lap special for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Empire State Series Race for the IMCA Modifieds will also be part of the program which will start at 7 p.m. A free to the public Test and Tune Practice session is scheduled for Saturday, April 8 starting at 12 noon. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.
Brewerton Speedway will stage its' 2006 Grand Opening on Friday, April 21 starting at 7:30 p.m. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all battle at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on opening night. A free to the public Test and Tune Practice session is scheduled for Tuesday, April 18 starting at 6 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL TO CONTINUE AS THE OFFICIAL VEHICLE SUPPLIER OF BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAY'S

"Your Official Fulton and Brewerton Speedway Vehicle Supplier"
Ford-Lincoln-Mercury and Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep - Wolcott, NY

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced recently that the Fernandez Auto Mall would continue as the Official Vehicle supplier of both Speedway's for the 2006 racing season.
“We are extremely happy to continue our association with the Fernandez Auto Group”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's. “Marc has shown tremendous support for the tracks and fans for the past couple of years, and it proves how dedicated he is to his dealerships and customers.”
Marc Fernandez, owner of Fernandez Auto Mall stated, “To be part of the exciting racing action has been an excellent opportunity to showcase our dealerships. We look forward to expanding our relationship with the fans throughout the entire 2006 racing season.”
Fernandez Auto Mall is located on Whiskey Hill Road in Wolcott, New York, and can be reached at (315) 594-8004 or visit www.fernandezautomall.com.
Saturday, April 15 is the date of the 2006 Grand Opening at Fulton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race will also be part of the opening night program. Race time is 7 p.m.
Fulton Speedway will hold its' annual Test and Tune Practice session on Saturday, April 8 from 12 noon until 3 p.m. All classes of cars are welcome to the Test and Tune which will feature free grandstand admission. More information on Fulton Speedway can be obtained at www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.
Brewerton Speedway will stage its' 2006 Grand Opening on Friday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on opening night.
The annual Test and Tune Practice session at Brewerton Speedway is set for Tuesday, April 18 from 6-8 p.m. All classes of cars are welcome to attend the Test and Tune. Fans will get a preview of the upcoming season with free grandstand admission. More information can be obtained at www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


FINK FAMILY CURRENTLY SCHEDULED TO RETURN TO OPERATE BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAY'S FOR 2006 SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...Harvey, Joan and David Fink are currently scheduled to return as the owners and promoters of both Brewerton Speedway in Brewerton, N.Y. and Fulton Speedway in Fulton, N.Y for the 2006 season. The proposed sale of the tracks never materialized, which will lead to the return of the long-time operators of both Central New York professional motorsports facilities.
Fulton Speedway will open for the 2006 season on Saturday, April 15. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will compete in a 45-lap special. DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race will also be contested during the opening night program which will start at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 8 is the date of the annual Test and Tune Practice session. Free grandstand admission will be offered for the Test and Tune which is set from 12-3 p.m.
Friday, April 21 is the date of the 2006 Grand Opening at Brewerton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will compete at the D-shaped DIRT Demon during the season opener which will start at 7:30 p.m. A Test and Tune Practice session will be held on Tuesday, April 18 starting at 6 p.m. Grandstand admission is free for the Test and Tune.
Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway would like to thank all the race teams, fans and sponsors for their patience during the past off season in regards to information pertaining to the tracks. More information on the 2006 season at Brewerton Speedway is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com or by calling the track office at 315-668-6906. Information on Fulton Speedway is obtained at www.fultonspeedway.com or by calling the winter office at 315-668-6906.


FRIDAY, APRIL 21ST IS THE DATE OF BREWERTON SPEEDWAY'S 2006 SEASON OPENER

BREWERTON, NY...The long awaited 2006 season opener at Brewerton Speedway will take place on Friday, April 21. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in competition during the season opener at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. A Test and Tune Practice session will start off the new season on Tuesday, April 18.
Weekly classes at Brewerton Speedway this season will once again be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. The Four Cylinder Enduro class and DIRT Sportsman will also compete on numerous occasions at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Special visits are planned by the Empire Super Sprints, Central New York Mini-Sprints, Midstate Vintage Stock Car Club and the Pure Stocks.
Wednesday, August 30 is the scheduled date for the return of the Big Block Super DIRT Series to Brewerton Speedway. Last years event, which was highly anticipated, was rained-out. The 2006 season at Brewerton Speedway will conclude on Thursday, October 5 with the annual DIRT 358 Modified Championship. The event has easily become "The Show of Super DIRT Week".
The complete 2006 season schedule for Brewerton Speedway will be released in mid-February. More information on the 2006 season is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office phone number is 315-668-6906.


FULTON SPEEDWAY'S 2006 GRAND OPENING SET FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH

FULTON, NY....Fulton Speedway will open the 2006 season on Saturday, April 15. In race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Empire State Series Race for IMCA Modifieds. A Test and Tune Practice session will start off the new year on Saturday, April 8. All cars are welcome to the Test and Tune which will start at 12 noon.
The complete 2006 season schedule for Fulton Speedway will be released in mid-February. Another ambitious schedule is planned at the historic Oswego County facility with several major events planned. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will visit the high-banked track on Tuesday, July 25. The DIRT Big Block Modified Super DIRT Series will return to Fulton Speedway after a several years absence on Wednesday, June 28.
September 29-30 is the date of the 21st Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway. Victoria Championship races for the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will be contested on Friday, September 29. Saturday, September 30 is the date of the complete one-day show for Modifieds in the 21st Annual Victoria 200. Sunday, October 1 will serve as the Victoria 200 Weekend rain date.
Weekly classes at Fulton Speedway will once again be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers and Mod Lites will make several appearances at the track this season. Visiting Fulton Speedway this season will be the Empire Super Sprints, Central New York Mini-Sprints, Mid State Vintage Stock Car Club, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, 1 on 1 Spectator Races and a Demolition Derby.
For more information on the 2006 season at Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The winter office phone number is 315-668-6906.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCK RULES MEETING SET FOR DECEMBER 8TH

BREWERTON, NY...Thursday, December 8 is the date of the annual rules meeting for the Brewerton Speedway Four Cylinder Super Stock class. The meeting will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. at the Castaway's Restaurant in Brewerton, N.Y. The rules meeting is open to any prospective Four Cylinder Stock class competitors at the track as well as car and engine builders. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


FULTON SPEEDWAY PURE STOCK RULES MEETING PLANNED FOR DECEMBER 8TH

FULTON, NY...The annual rules meeting for the Fulton Speedway Pure Stock division will take place on Thursday, December 8 at the Castaway's Restaurant in Brewerton, N.Y. The rules meeting, open to all perspective Pure Stock competitors in the class will start at 7:30 p.m. Car and engine builders are also encouraged to attend. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


TOP DRIVERS HONORED AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY / FULTON SPEEDWAY AWARDS BANQUET

EAST SYRACUSE, NY...The top drivers from the just concluded race season at both Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway were honored recently at the 2005 Awards Banquet which was held at the Wyndham Syracuse in East Syracuse, N.Y. The event was the final official gathering of the 2005 season for all the drivers, race teams, officials, sponsors and fans of the two popular Central New York based auto racing facilities.
Alan Johnson claimed yet another Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified track championship this season, his first with car owner Jeff Rudalavage. Tim Fuller, Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Chuck Bower, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps and Jim Witko completed the top ten in the final season rankings.
Ageless veteran Bill Anderson Sr. earned his second IMCA Modified Track Championship at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this season. Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Dale Caswell, Tim Hearne, Carmen Vona, Tony Finch, Rich Townsend and Kevan Cook finished in positions second through tenth in the final season standings.
Tim Devendorf won his second straight Brewerton Speedway Mod Lite Track Championship during the 2005 season. Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr., Dan Williams, Doug Williams, Lowell Zehr, Joe Garafolo, Joe Abbass, Ken Gamlen and Steve Miller rounded out the top ten in the final standings for the 2005 season.
Russell Erwin earned his first ever track title at Brewerton Speedway this season with his championship coming in the Four Cylinder Stock class. Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Jeff Herbert, Doug Farnsworth, Glen Erwin, Sam Curcie, Lorraine Powelczyk and Rich Murtaugh completed the top ten in the final season standings.
Chad Dupra won the Four Cylinder Enduro Track Championship over Josh Herbert and Jerry Herbert.
Tim Fuller won his third straight season title at Fulton Speedway this season in the DIRT Big Block Modified class. Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Billy Decker, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears, John Barker and Ryan Phelps finished in positions second through tenth respectively.
Kevin Bates claimed the 2005 Fulton Speedway DIRT Sportsman Track Championship at Fulton Speedway. Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams, Brett Tonkin, Jeremy Pitcher, Sam Reakes IV, Roy Bresnahan, Mike Bowman and Jim Bowman rounded out the top ten finishers in the final standings.
T.J. Fitzgibbons earned the 2005 Fulton Speedway DIRT Pro Stock track title which was the first season championship for the veteran driver. John Pietrowicz, Billy Clark, Jack Terrell, Ray Maloney, Bob Buono, Scott Beeles, Ricky Breed, Dale Guernsey and Jason Rood finished in positions second through tenth in the final standings.
Rusty Marsden claimed his second straight Fulton Speedway Pure Stock track title this season. Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Curt Prevo, Gary Barton, Jay McGillicuddy, Dan Hofmann Sr., Ron Hawker and Rob Whipple completed the top ten in the final standings in the Pure Stock class.
Jerry Herbert was named the 2005 Fulton Speedway Four Cylinder Enduro track champion. Chad Guthrie and Skip DeGroff followed Herbert in the final standings.
Rookie of the Year Awards presented by Can-Am Enterprises were awarded to A.J. Kingsley IMCA Modified, Joe Abbass Mod Lite, Sam Curcie Four Cylinder Stock division, Chad Phelps Fulton Speedway DIRT Modified, Roy Bresnahan DIRT Sportsman, Billy Clark DIRT Pro Stock and Jim Donaldson in the Pure Stock class.
Most Improved Driver Awards presented by Can-Am Enterprises were presented to Jeff Isabell Brewerton DIRT Modified, Tony Finch IMCA Modified, Lowell Zehr Mod Lite, Joey Delacruz Four Cylinder Stock, Jim Witko Fulton Speedway DIRT Modified, Sam Reakes IV DIRT Sportsman, Bob Buono DIRT Pro Stock and Curt Prevo in the Pure Stock ranks.
Roy Bresnahan pocketed $1,000 for being the top finisher in the Gypsum Express DIRT Sportsman crate powered engine category. Rob Bellinger claimed $500 for being the runner-up in the standings.
Promotion Speed Supply handed out three special awards for the past season. Joey Williams was named the top newcomer in the DIRT Sportsman field at Fulton Speedway, while Scott Prentice picked up the Dedication Award for competing at both tracks. Chuck Bower received the Hard Luck Award in the DIRT Modified division from Brewerton Speedway.
Five special awards ended that portion of the program. They were presented to Dave Ritchie and the entire Track Safety Crew at both Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's. Fernandez Auto Mall was honored for their contribution to both tracks. Carl Tellier of Dynomax was once again honored for the major contribution of Dynomax in sponsoring the Dynomax Victoria 200. Ricky Jones was named the Brewerton Speedway Fan of the Year, while Katie Kane received the Fulton Speedway Fan of the Year award.
The $1,000 cash drawing for drivers in attendance was split between Tim Fuller and Jim Witko.
Leaf Racewear, Dynomax, Cerio Ignition, Shoenfeld Headers, IMCA, Top Stitch Custom Embroidery, Kirkey Seats, Hoosier Tire Northeast, A two Z Dyno Service and Lias Tire all contributed contingency awards that were presented at the affair.
Door prizes were provided by Gater Racing News, Area Auto Racing News, Adam Ross Cut Stone, IMCA, Dynomax, Eagle Beverage, Top Stitch Custom Embroidery, Thomas Video and Lias Tire.
More information on the 2006 season at both Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway will be announced soon. For the latest information please go to www.brewertonspeedway.com or to www.fultonspeedway.com


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY / FULTON SPEEDWAY 2005 SEASON AWARDS BANQUET SET FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH

BREWERTON, NY...The 2005 Brewerton Speedway / Fulton Speedway Awards Banquet is set for Friday, November 4 at the Wyndham Syracuse. The annual awards banquet will honor the top ten drivers in all four of the weekly classes, the top three in the Four Cylinder Enduro class, plus several special awards. Tickets are priced at $30 and are now available.
Brewerton Speedway will honor the top ten drivers in the DIRT Big Block Modified, IMCA Modified, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stock classes. The top three in the Four Cylinder Enduro class will also be honored. Fulton Speedway will honor the top ten in the DIRT Big Block Modified, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stock and Pure Stock classes plus the top three in the Four Cylinder Enduro class.
Tickets for the annual banquet on Friday, November 4 are now on sale and will be up until Monday, October 31. Tickets can be purchased through the mail with a check or money order payable to Brewerton Speedway. The track mailing address is P.O. Box 685, Brewerton, N.Y. 13029. Tickets can also be purchased over the phone with a credit card by calling 315-668-6906.
All seating for the banquet will be assigned. Group table of 10 seating should be requested when purchasing tickets. All competitors must be present to receive the point money and awards that are due them. No exceptions will be made to this requirement. Everyone in attendance at the banquet is asked to dress accordingly. A cocktail hour will start at 6:30 p.m. to be followed by the buffet style dinner at 7:30 p.m.
A block of rooms have been reserved for the Brewerton Speedway / Fulton Speedway Awards Banquet and will be available on a first come basis. For room reservations please call the Wyndham Syracuse at 315-432-0200. The Wyndham Syracuse is located on Route 298 in East Syracuse, N.Y.


DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 HEAT DRAW TO BE HELD AT 2:15 P.M. IN FRONT OF MAIN GRANDSTAND

FULTON, NY...Modified competitors for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway will have their heat race drawing at 2:15 p.m. on Saturday, October 1 in front of the main grandstand. The draw will be held on the grass between the front stretch wall and the railing to the main grandstand. The draw order will be determined by how the competitors register through the pit gate this Saturday. Actual drivers must be present at the draw.
The heat race draw in front of the main grandstand will be a new wrinkle to the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200. Hot lap sessions for the Modifieds to prepare for the season ending classic will be offered on Friday, September 30 in conjunction with the Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. Race time is 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 1 is the complete one day show for the Dynomax Victoria 200. Gates will open at 12 noon. The heat draw will take place at 2:15 p.m. Hot laps will start at 3 p.m. The first heat will start at 4:30 p.m. and they will be followed by the consolations and the Fernandez Auto Mall All Star Race. The Victoria 200 will start at approximately 7:30 p.m.
For more information please go to www.victoria200.com or to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is 668-RACE.


COMPLETE FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR RACE QUALIFYING SERIES WINNERS LIST

FULTON, NY...All of the Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All Star Series Qualifying races are now completed. The 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 is set for this Saturday, October 1 at Fulton Speedway. The Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All Star Race will give all eligible drivers a third and final opportunity, if needed, to qualify for the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200.
Gates on Saturday, October 1 will open at 12 noon. Hot lap sessions will start at 3 p.m. The first qualifying heat race will go green at 4:30 p.m. and they will be followed by the consolation races and the Fernandez Auto Mall All Star Race. The 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 will start at approximately 7:30 p.m. For more information go on line to www.victoria200.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.
The 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 Weekend will start on Friday, September 30 with the 2006 Motorsports Expo Sportsman Victoria Championship, the Leaf Racewear Pro Stock Victoria Championship and the Top Stitch Custom Emdbroidery Pure Stock Victoria Championship. Heat races will start at 7 p.m. Modified hot lap sessions will be held throughout the evening.

DATE TRACK QUALIFIER
April 9 Fonda Speedway Bobby Varin
April 23 Can-Am Motorsports Park Pat O'Brien
May 8 Utica-Rome Speedway Willy Decker
May 13 Autodrome Edelweiss* Pierre Dagenais
May 13 Brockville Ontario Speedway Danny O'Brien
June 4 Fulton Speedway Tim Sears
June 7 Big Diamond Raceway Jeff Strunk
July 13 5 Mile Point Speedway Brian Weaver
July 22 Brewerton Speedway Bob McCreadie
July 27 Fonda Speedway Mitch Gibbs
Aug. 9 Big Diamond Raceway Billy Pauch
Aug. 15 Lebanon Valley Speedway Mike King
Aug. 17 Penn-Can Speedway Alan Rudalavage
Aug. 26 Penn-Can Speedway Mike Colsten
Aug. 27 Fulton Speedway Tom Sears
Sep. 2 Brewerton Speedway Jeff Isabell
Sep. 3 5 Mile Point Speedway Glenn Knapp
Sep. 4 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Steve Paine
Sep. 11 Utica-Rome Speedway Ted Lamb
Sep. 17 Orange County Fair Speedway Steve Dodd
Sep. 17 Rolling Wheels Raceway Pete Bicknell
Sep. 17 Penn-Can Speedway Doug Hoffman
Sep. 18 Rolling Wheels Raceway Gary Tomkins
Sep. 24 Little Valley Speedway Scott Wood
Sep. 25 Fonda Speedway Ronnie Johnson
*Denotes actual Victoria 200 Guaranteed Starter


FORBES, HUMPHREY AND HERBERT WIN VICTORIA CHAMPIONSHIP RACES AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Darren Forbes, Harold Humphrey and Jerry Herbert were the Victoria Championship race winners last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Shane Donath, Bob Buono and Jay McGillicuddy all earned a guaranteed starting position for their respective Victoria Championship races coming up on Friday, September 30 as part of the 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend which will conclude on Saturday, October 1 with the running of the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200.
Darren Forbes earned the victory in the Mod Lite 36-lap Doug Cooper Memorial Victoria Championship race. Tim Devendorf, Dan Williams, Kevin Donhauser and Frank Doll Jr. followed Forbes across the finish line. in the event which started 32 cars.
Harold Humphrey was the winner of the 20-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock Victoria Championship race last Saturday night. Jay Johnston, Jim Money, Mitch Hurlburt and Lenny Miller finished in positions second through fifth respectively behind Humphrey.
Jerry Herbert claimed the victory in the 50-lap Four Cylinder Enduro Victoria Championship race last Saturday night. Skip DeGroff, Chad Guthrie, Troy Engerbretsen and Dan Slosek completed the top five feature finishers in the non-stop event.
Shane Donath earned the DIRT Sportsman 20-lap race win last Saturday night after Jim Bowman was disqualified in post race inspection. Donath will now be a guaranteed starter for the 2006 Motorsports Expo Victoria Championship race this Friday night. Mark Yorker, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher and Kenny Stafford completed the top five feature finishers.
Bob Buono claimed his second straight DIRT Pro Stock feature race win last Saturday night and will now be a guaranteed starter for the Leaf Racewear Victoria Championship race this Friday night. Ray Maloney, Billy Clark, Jack Terrell and Bret Belden finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Jay McGillicuddy won his first ever Pure Stock feature race last Saturday night which was good for a guaranteed starting position this Friday in the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Victoria Championship event. Phil Marsden, Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Todd Raabe completed the top five feature finishers.
The 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway will start on Friday, September 30 with Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. Several hot lap sessions for the Modifieds will also be held. Race time is 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 1 is the complete one-day show for the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200 for dirt type Modifieds. The first heat race will start at 4:30 p.m. and they will be followed by the consolations and the Fernandez Auto Mall All Star Race. The Victoria 200 will start at approximately 7:30 p.m.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT SPORTSMAN FEATURE---Shane Donath, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher, Kenny Stafford, Chris Hile, Roy Bresnahan, Gordy Button, Kyle Lewis, Matt Janczuk, Matt Butler, Roger West, Mike Holmes, Rick McCready, Jeff Stevenson, Alan Fink, Walt McArdell, Jordan Bennett, Sam Reakes IV, Dan O'Brien, John Juhl, Shawn Donath, Mike Bowman, Pat Votra, Jim Bowman.
DIRT PRO STOCK FEATURE---Bob Buono, Ray Maloney, Billy Clark, Jack Terrell, Bret Belden, Mark Effner, Ron Marsden, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Scott Beeles, Jason Parkhurst, Dale Guernsey, Ricky Breed, Joe Jackson, Paul Mercier, Paul Harrington, Mark Alnutt.
PURE STOCK FEATURE---Jay McGillicuddy, Phil Marsden, Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr., Todd Raabe, Rich Green, Don Stevenson, Steve Woodworth, Howard Jones, Rob Whipple, Rusty Marsden, Curt Prevo, Adam Guilds, Eric Storrs, Joe Briere, Quinton Burton, Chuck Lacey, Jim Wallace, Dave Emmons, Mike Cousins, Joe Buske, Jim Donaldson, Todd Koegel, John Eiss, Gary Donahue.
MOD LITE DOUG COOPER MEMORIAL VICTORIA CHAMPIONSHIP---Darren Forbes, Tim Devendorf, Dan Williams, Kevin Donhauser, Frank Doll Jr., Kevin Doll, Ray Donhauser, Joe Abbass, Steve Miller, Ray Rainville, Barry Virts, Joe Garafolo, Lowell Zehr, Darren Austin, John Byrnes, Shawn Slater, Mark Hayden, Chris Propheter, Tod Simons, Tony Steiner, Jeff Barker, Ken Gamlen, Justin Sharp, Kelly Skinner, Brad Shova, Luke Lonergan, Chris Steele, Tim Schneider, John Behron, James Curran, Joe Gwilt, Dennis Propheter.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCK VICTORIA CHAMPIONSHIP---Harold Humphrey, Jay Johnston, Jim Money, Mitch Hurlburt, Lenny Miller, Todd Williamson, Rich Rainville, Kevin Fassett, Gary Card, Chris Smith, Robert Burke, Sam Curcie, Jim Quinn, Joey Delacruz, Aron Backus, Jeff Herbert, Lee Hartzog, Fred Newton, Sam Carista, Tyler Ward, Chris Kranz, Rich Murtaugh.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO VICTORIA CHAMPIONSHIP TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Skip DeGroff, Chad Guthrie, Troy Engerbretsen, Dan Slosek.


COZZE LOOKING FOR THIRD MEMORABLE WIN AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON OCTOBER 1ST IN 20TH ANNUAL DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200

FULTON, NY...Veteran Wind Gap, PA. driver Frank Cozze has only won two feature races at Fulton Speedway, but both victories were memorable. Cozze ended the five race win string of Billy Pauch in the 1991 Victoria 200. Cozze's other triumph came in an epic three car shoot-out during the 2003 Showdown at Sundown. Cozze will look for another memorable victory and the $20,000 plus that goes with it during the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 on Saturday, October 1.
Cozze will have to beat out an expected typical 100 car field to win the season ending classic at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, October 1. Defending and two-time Dynomax Victoria 200 Champion Tim Fuller, four-time Dynomax Victoria 200 Champion Alan Johnson along with drivers like Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Jeff Strunk, Todd Burley, Billy Decker, Bobby Varin plus many more all have Dynomax Victoria 200 Champion as their goal.
The 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend will start on Friday, September 30 with the 2006 Motorsports Expo Sportsman Victoria Championship, the Leaf Racewear Pro
Stock Victoria Championship and the Top Stitch Custom Embroidery Pure Stock Victoria Championship races all to be contested. Modified hot laps will be staged throughout the evening. Heat race competition will start at 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 1 is the complete one day show for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200. Heat races will start at 4:30 p.m. and they will be followed by the consolation races and the Fernandez Auto Mall All Star race to set the qualifying field for the 20th Annual Dynomax 200 which will start at approximately 7:30 p.m. The rain-date is Sunday, October 2.
For a complete weekend schedule, ticket information, admission prices and camping information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. The physical address is 1603 County Route 57, Fulton, N.Y. 13069.


12TH ANNUAL LEAF RACEWEAR 358 MODIFIED SUPER DIRT WEEK CHAMPIONSHIP AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6TH

BREWERTON, NY...The 12th Annual Leaf Racewear 358 Modified Super DIRT Week Championship at Brewerton Speedway is set for Thursday, October 6. The winner of the 75-lap shoot-out will earn $4,000 in the event in what many call the "Show of Super DIRT Week". The popular Mod Lite class will compete in a 25-lap special of their own which will pay $200 to win. Race time at the D-shaped DIRT Demon is 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson is the defending champion of the Leaf Racewear Super DIRT Week special. Johnson is a three time winner of the Super DIRT Week special at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Brett Hearn is the only other repeat winner of the DIRT Week special at Brewerton Speedway with a pair of victories. Frank Cozze, Bob McCreadie and Tim Fuller are all one-time winners in the season finale at Brewerton Speedway.
The popular Mod Lite division will join the 358 Modifieds on Thursday, October 6 in a fan friendly two division mid-week race program. Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr., Dan Williams and Doug Williams were the top five drivers this season in the highly competitive class. All five drivers were multi-time feature winners in the division this season on the multi-groove track.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Thursday, October 6 will open at 4:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $20, with ages 10-14 priced at $10. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. There is no pre-sale of tickets. All seats are general admission seating with the exception of season reserved seats which are painted orange. No blankets will be allowed down until gates open.
For more information on the season ending special at Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11, just minutes off of Interstate Route 81. Don't miss the "Show of Super DIRT Week" at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on Thursday, October 6.


STRUNK LATEST ENTRY FOR FULTON SPEEDWAY'S VICTORIA 200 ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST

BREWERTON, NY...Five time Grandview Speedway (PA.) Track Champion Jeff Strunk is the latest entry for Fulton Speedway's Dynomax Victoria 200 on Saturday, October 1. Strunk is the main driver for the Chad Sinon Racing team based out of Blue Bell, PA. Strunk will join top Modified drivers from the entire northeast in search of the $20,000 plus winners share in the season ending classic at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, October 1.
Strunk is a two-time winner of the $20,000 to win Freedom 76 at Grandview Speedway and would love to add a Dynomax Victoria 200 win to his laurels. Strunk's best finish in a Victoria 200 is a fifth place effort which came in 1997.
The 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 is a complete one-day show for dirt type Modifieds. Heat race competition will start at 4:30 p.m. The heat races will be followed by the consolation races and the Fernandez Auto Mall All Star Race to set the starting field for the Victoria 200 which will start at approximately 7:30 p.m. Hot lap sessions for the Modifieds will be held on Friday, September 30. The rain date is Sunday, October 2.
For more information on the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531.


ONLY TWO RACES REMAIN IN FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR RACE QUALIFYING SERIES

FULTON, NY...Only two races remain in the Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All Star Race Qualifying Series. The Victoria 200 All Star Race offers the eligible drivers a third and final opportunity, if needed, to qualify for the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200. Saturday, October 1 is the date of the 20th Annual Victoria 200 which is a complete one day show for dirt type Modifieds.
For more information on the Dynomax Victoria 200 and the Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All Star Race please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. An event schedule, pricing information, camping information, entry forms, rules and much more are all available.

DATE TRACK QUALIFIER
April 9 Fonda Speedway Bobby Varin
April 23 Can-Am Motorsports Park Pat O'Brien
May 8 Utica-Rome Speedway Willy Decker
May 13 Autodrome Edelweiss Pierre Dagenais
May 13 Brockville Ontario Speedway Danny O'Brien
June 4 Fulton Speedway Tim Sears
June 7 Big Diamond Raceway Jeff Strunk
July 13 5 Mile Point Speedway Brian Weaver
July 22 Brewerton Speedway Bob McCreadie
July 27 Fonda Speedway Mitch Gibbs
Aug. 9 Big Diamond Raceway Billy Pauch
Aug. 15 Lebanon Valley Speedway Mike King
Aug. 17 Penn-Can Speedway Alan Rudalavage
Aug. 26 Penn-Can Speedway Mike Colsten
Aug. 27 Fulton Speedway Tom Sears
Sep. 2 Brewerton Speedway Jeff Isabell
Sep. 3 5 Mile Point Speedway Glenn Knapp
Sep. 4 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Steve Paine
Sep. 11 Utica-Rome Speedway Ted Lamb
Sep. 17 Orange County Fair Speedway Steve Dodd
Sep. 17 Rolling Wheels Raceway Pete Bicknell
Sep. 17 Penn-Can Speedway Doug Hoffman
Sep. 18 Rolling Wheels Raceway Gary Tomkins
Sep. 24 Little Valley Speedway
Sep. 25 Fonda Speedway


RULES FOR 20TH ANNUAL DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 CREATING A LOT OF INTEREST IN $20,000 PLUS TO WIN CLASSIC

FULTON, NY...Rules for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway have created a lot of interest in the season ending classic at the historic Oswego County track. The winner of the 20th Annual Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway will collect over $20,000 which is a huge payoff for the one-day race program. Saturday, October 1 is the date of the historic event this season. The rules for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 are quite simple and they are as follows:
1. Must be Modified chassis.
2. Engines 500 c.i. or less. No fuel injection. 358 Modifieds do not need rev box.
3. Weight 2,500 pounds.
4. DIRT Hoosier soft tires only.
5. DIRT Body rules.
6. Sunoco race fuel or methanol.
7. No time trials. Draw for heats with sealed envelopes.
8. No radios at all.
9. AMB transponder mandatory for Victoria 200 only.
Any rules not mentioned will be DIRT rules. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. Hot laps for the Modifieds will be staged on Friday, September 30 during the opening night of Victoria 200 Weekend. Saturday, October 1 is the complete one-day Victoria 200 show with heat race action to start at 4:30 p.m. The consolations and Fernandez Auto Mall All Star Race will finalize the starting grid for the Dynomax Victoria 200 which will start at approximately 7:30 p.m.


HEAVY RAIN FORCES SHOW TO BE CALLED OFF AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Heavy rain forced the show to be called off at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, September 16. The event will not be rescheduled. The 2005 season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will conclude on Thursday, October 6 with the running of the $4,000 to win Leaf Racewear 75-lap 358 Modified Super DIRT Series event. The Mod Lites will compete in a 25-lap special which will pay $200 to win. Race time for the Super DIRT Week special is 7:30 p.m.
For more information on Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. Track gates on Thursday, October 6 will open at 4:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. The track is located on Route 11 and is just minutes off of Interstate Route 81.


FLAGGIN' WITH FERNANDEZ VIP CONTEST TO ALLOW ONE LUCKY FAN TO WAVE GREEN FLAG DURING FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL ALL STAR RACE DURING VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway announced recently that the Fernandez Auto Mall would give one lucky fan a chance to win a four pack of VIP tickets to this year’s Dynomax Victoria 200, and wave the green flag for the Fernandez Auto Mall All Star qualifying race. Saturday, October 1 is the date of the $20,000 plus to win event for dirt type Modifieds.
“This is a great way to end the season”, says Marc Fernandez, owner of Fernandez Auto Mall. “We’ve had tremendous support from the fans during the year, and we wanted to give something back to them on the most exciting weekend of the season.”
The VIP tickets will include four VIP tickets to the Dynomax Victoria 200 on Saturday, October 1st, and access to the Fernandez Auto Mall VIP room. Fans can sign up by visiting the Fernandez Auto Mall on Whiskey Hill Road in Wolcott, just off Route 104. For more information on the Fernandez Auto Mall, visit them on the web at www.fernandezautomall.com or by calling them at (315) 594-8004.
For more information on the 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway on Friday, September 30 and Saturday, October 1 please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531.


JEFF RUDALAVAGE'S PINE LINE RACING FILES THREE ENTRIES FOR 20TH ANNUAL DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST

FULTON, NY...Jeff Rudalavage's Pine Line Racing has filed three entries for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway. The $20,000 plus to win event for dirt type Modifieds is set for Saturday, October 1. The 20th annual edition of the Dynomax Victoria 200 is now a virtual open event to a Modified chassis car with a 500 cubic inch or less engine. Complete rule information can be found at www.victoria200.com.
Four time Dynomax Victoria 200 Champion Alan Johnson is entered in two of the Pine Line Racing cars. Johnson earned his victories in the 1999, 2001, 2002 and 2003 editions of the season ending classic at Fulton Speedway. Car Owner Jeff Rudalavage is listed as the driver in the third entry with sponsorship provided by Native Poker.com, WPC Associates and Pine Line Auto Sales.
Once again the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 will be a complete one day show for the Modifieds. All the qualifying heat races, consolation races and the Fernandez Auto Mall Victoria 200 All Star Race will set the starting field for the Dynomax Victoria 200 on Saturday, October 1. Hot lap sessions for the Modified will be offered on Friday, September 30 in between the Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks.
For more information on the 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. The mailing address is 1603 County Route 57, Fulton, N.Y. 13069. Advance sale tickets, schedule and ticket information and camping information are all available on the websites.


PIETROWICZ, MARSDEN, DELACRUZ, DONHAUSER & GUTHRIE FAMILY FUN NIGHT WINNERS AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...John Pietrowicz, Rusty Marsden, Joey Delacruz, Kevin Donhauser and Chad Guthrie were all feature race winners last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Avon Products / Ferris Industries Family Fun Night. Tim Pitonza earned the victory in the King's Smash'em Crash'em Demolition Derby. A large crowd witnessed the annual event at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200.
John Pietrowicz earned the victory in the DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Jack Terrell, Chad Homan, T.J. Fitzgibbons and Billy Clark completed the top five feature finishers. The victory for Pietrowicz was his fourth of the season.
Rusty Marsden won his ninth Pure Stock main event of the 2005 season last Saturday night. Gary Barton, Ron Hawker, Ricky DeGroff and Todd Storace finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Joey Delacruz earned the victory in the Four Cylinder Super Stock main event last Saturday night. Sam Curcie, Rich Murtaugh, Jim Quinn and Fred Newton followed Delacruz across the finish line in the top five feature finishing positions.
Kevin Donhauser earned the victory in the Mod Lite main event last Saturday night. Kevin Donhauser claimed the win in a three car photo finish ahead of Ray Donhauser and Ray Rainville. Darren Forbes and Mark Cooper completed the top five feature finishers.
Chad Guthrie was the winner of the Four Cylinder Enduro main event last Saturday night. Skip DeGroff, Jerry Herbert, Mark Johnston and Chris Bonoffski finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Tim Pitonza was the winner of the wild King's Smash'em Crash'em Demolition Derby. Chad Allen earned second place honors.
The next event at Fulton Speedway is set for Saturday, September 24. Victoria Championship races for the Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be contested. The Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will compete in a weekly race program with the feature winners to earn a guaranteed starting position for their Victoria Championship races that will be held on Friday, September 30. Modified hot laps will also be offered. Pit gates will open at 3 p.m. with the grandstand gates set to open at 4 p.m. Race action will start at 6 p.m. A raindate of September 25 will be used if needed.
For more information on Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531.

AVON PRODUCTS / FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT PRO STOCKS---John Pietrowicz, Jack Terrell, Chad Homan, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Billy Clark, Freddy Dennis, Ron Marsden, Mark Alnutt, Doug Smith, Jim Evans, Dale Guernsey, Scott Kocher, Dan Winks, Paul Mercier, Ricky Breed, Rick Duanehauer, Ray Maloney, Dave Meeks.
PURE STOCKS---Rusty Marsden, Gary Barton, Ron Hawker, Ricky DeGroff, Todd Storace, Jim Donaldson, Todd Koegel, Bill Flask, Darren Kelso, Eric Storrs, Mike Welch, Joe Buske, Chuck Lacey, Van Grant, Bill Thomas, Jay McGillicuddy, Curt Prevo, Joe Briere, Mike Minutolo, George Ritchie Jr., Chris Smiedy, Dan Hofmann Sr., Rob Whipple, Dave Emmons, Don Stevenson, Brandon Warner.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Sam Curcie, Rich Murtaugh, Jim Quinn, Fred Newton, Ed Janaskie, Robert Burke, Jeff Herbert, Claude Hutchings Jr., Aron Backus, Matt Fay, Chris Fontaine, Sam Carista.
MOD LITES---Kevin Donhauser, Ray Donhauser, Ray Rainville, Darren Forbes, Mark Cooper, Chris Propheter, Darren Austin, Luke Lonergan, John Byrnes, Mark Hayden, Rick Rogala, Tim Schneider.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Skip DeGroff, Jerry Herbert, Mark Johnston, Chris Bonoffski.


FULTON SPEEDWAY'S VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR RACE QUALIFIERS LIST UPDATED

FULTON, NY...A few races remain in the Fulton Speedway Victoria 200 All Star Race Qualifying Series. The Victoria 200 All Star Race offers the eligible drivers a third and final opportunity, if needed, to qualify for the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200. Saturday, October 1 is the date of the 20th Annual Victoria 200 which is a complete one day show for dirt type Modifieds.
Seven races remain on the Victoria 200 All Star Race Qualifying Series. The remaining race dates are as follows; September 11 at Utica-Rome Speedway, September 17 at Orange County Fair Speedway, September 17 at Rolling Wheels Raceway, September 17 at Penn-Can Speedway, September 18 at Rolling Wheels Raceway, September 24 at Little Valley Speedway and September 25 at Fonda Speedway.
For more information on the Dynomax Victoria 200 and the Victoria 200 All Star Race please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. An event schedule, pricing information, camping information, entry forms, rules and much more are all available.

DATE TRACK QUALIFIER
April 9 Fonda Speedway Bobby Varin
April 23 Can-Am Motorsports Park Pat O'Brien
May 8 Utica-Rome Speedway Willy Decker
May 13 Autodrome Edelweiss Pierre Dagenais
May 13 Brockville Ontario Speedway Danny O'Brien
June 4 Fulton Speedway Tim Sears
June 7 Big Diamond Raceway Jeff Strunk
July 13 5 Mile Point Speedway Brian Weaver
July 22 Brewerton Speedway Bob McCreadie
July 27 Fonda Speedway Mitch Gibbs
Aug. 9 Big Diamond Raceway Billy Pauch
Aug. 15 Lebanon Valley Speedway Mike King
Aug. 17 Penn-Can Speedway Alan Rudalavage
Aug. 26 Penn-Can Speedway Mike Colsten
Aug. 27 Fulton Speedway Tom Sears
Sep. 2 Brewerton Speedway Jeff Isabell
Sep. 3 5 Mile Point Speedway Glenn Knapp
Sep. 4 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Steve Paine
Sep. 11 Utica-Rome Speedway
Sep. 17 Orange County Fair Speedway
Sep. 17 Rolling Wheels Raceway
Sep. 17 Penn-Can Speedway
Sep. 18 Rolling Wheels Raceway
Sep. 24 Little Valley Speedway
Sep. 25 Fonda Speedway


RACE FANS FROM FULTON SPEEDWAY AND BREWERTON SPEEDWAY CONTRIBUTE $4,973.72 TO HURRICANE KATRINA RELIEF FUND

FULTON, NY...The great race fans from Fulton Speedway and Brewerton Speedway contributed a total of $4,973.72 to the Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund which was sent recently to the Syracuse Chapter of the American Red Cross. On Saturday, September 3 the fans from Fulton Speedway donated $2,570.56. On Friday, September 2 the fans from Brewerton Speedway contributed $2,403.16.
Fulton Speedway and Brewerton Speedway Track Management would like to thank all the fans that contributed to all those in need after Hurricane Katrina. Special thanks to all the drivers that took time from their busy race night schedule to walk the stands and collect the money donated to all those in need after the national disaster.
Fulton Speedway and Brewerton Speedway both still have a few shows remaining on the 2005 season schedule. For more information please go to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The Fulton Speedway track office number is 315-593-6531 and the Brewerton Speedway office number is 315-668-6906. The race line number for both tracks is 315-668-RACE.


VICTORIA CHAMPIONSHIP AND VICTORIA GUARANTEED STARTING POSITIONS ON THE LINE SEPTEMBER 24TH AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Three Victoria Championship Races and three guaranteed starting positions for Victoria 200 Weekend are on the line on Saturday, September 24 at Fulton Speedway. The Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in Victoria Championship races. Drivers in the Sportsman, Pro Stock and Pure Stock classes will battle for a guaranteed starting position in their upcoming Victoria Championship events. Modified hot laps will also be staged throughout the race program which will start at 6 p.m.
The Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in the special Victoria Championship races on September 24. The race winner in the Mod Lite and Four Cylinder Stock classes will earn $200. The winner of the Four Cylinder Enduro will collect $400 with a payoff through the top five finishing positions. A $20 car entry fee will be collected in all three classes when competitors draw for their heat starting positions.
Drivers in the Sportsman, Pro Stock and Pure Stock classes will compete in a weekly race program with a guaranteed starting position on the line in all three classes for the Victoria Championship races on Friday, September 30. Drivers will draw for their heat starting position with the features lined-up in a heads-up fashion. A guaranteed starting position will be awarded in all three classes as the guaranteed starting position will be passed down if a competitor already has one.
Modified hot laps as a tune-up for the Dynomax Victoria 200 on Saturday, October 1 will also be offered on September 24. Fans and competitors alike should note the time schedule on Saturday, September 24. Pit gates will open at 3 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 4 p.m. Race competition will start at 6 p.m. A raindate of Sunday, September 25 has been set.
Adult admission will be $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Pit admission for members is $20 and $25 for non-members. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line number is 315-668-RACE.


SPORTSMAN SUPER DIRT SERIES TO TOP ACTION PACKED PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH

BREWERTON, NY...The Sunoco Race Fuels combined Sportsman Super DIRT Series will highlight the action packed race program at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, September 16. The Lias Tire Empire State IMCA Modified Series, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks, Four Cylinder Enduro cars and the Pure Stocks will also compete at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in the final show in the month of September at the track. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
The DIRT Sportsman competitors will make their first visit in several seasons to the d-shaped DIRT Demon. Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Rob Bellinger, Chris Higgins, Lance Willix, Russ Hefti, Kyle Inman, Kevin Wills, Brian Sage and Marcel Pecore have all enjoyed success so far this season in the tour races. The 40-lap main event will pay $1,500 to win. All Sportsman competitors will pay a $20 car entry fee when drawing for their heat starting position.
The IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will battle in the final Friday night show of the 2005 season at Brewerton Speedway. The IMCA Modified drivers will compete in the Lias Tire Empire State Series event. The Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will battle in their season point finale, while the Four Cylinder Super Stocks compete in another race program.
Also in race competition will be the popular Pure Stock division in their only appearance at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this season. The Pure Stock race also promises to be a show-down event with top drivers from Fulton Speedway, Utica-Rome Speedway, Can-Am Speedway, Thunder Alley Speedway, Canandaigua Speedway and some southern-tier drivers expected.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, September 16 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Pit admission is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


DECKER WINS HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL DIRT MODIFIED FEATURE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY / FULLER CLAIMS THIRD STRAIGHT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP

FULTON, NY...Billy Decker won his fourth Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Saturday on Hertz Equipment Rental Night. Decker passed Tim Fuller for the race lead on lap-33 and eventual win. Fuller's second place feature finish was good enough to earn his third straight season title at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200.
Ryan Richardson raced out to the early lead at the start of the Hertz Equipment Rental DIRT Big Block Modified feature. Richardson would lead the first two circuits. On lap three a strong running Dave Rauscher took command of the talented field. With five laps complete Rauscher, Richardson, Decker, Fuller and Alan Johnson raced in the top five positions.
Rauscher would lead the field through lap-10. It was on lap-11 when Fuller swept by Rauscher on the outside to take the lead. At the halfway mark Fuller was being followed in the top five by Decker, Johnson, Jimmy Phelps and Rauscher. Sean Beardsley, Vinnie Vitale, Richardson, Pat Ward and Matt Sheppard raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
It appeared that Fuller was on his way to victory as he was able to hold off the pressure applied by Decker and Johnson in a three-car battle. The final caution period of the race came on lap-31. At that time it was clear that Fuller's right rear tire was in trouble. On the restart Fuller was able to hold off Decker, but on lap-33 the driver of the Gypsum Wholesalers car made the winning move.
Fuller was able to hold on for second which was good for the track title in the B&F General Machine ride. Johnson, Jimmy Phelps and Ward completed the top five feature finishers. Vitale, Richardson, John Barker, Beardsley and Jeff Isabell finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively.
Alan Johnson earned the DIRT 358 Modified feature win in the eight lap mini-series event. Johnson also claimed the DIRT 358 Modified track title. Matt Sheppard, John Lazore, Donnie Wetmore Jr., and Dave Rauscher followed Johnson across the line.
Kevin Bates ended his dominating season at Fulton Speedway in the DIRT Sportsman class with his sixth feature race win of the season and the track title. Mike Bowman, Jeremy Pitcher, Matt Janczuk and Brett Tonkin completed the top five feature finishers. Bates held off Bowman in the late going for the victory in a good battle for the win.
Bob Buono won his first ever 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. Veteran T.J. Fitzgibbons earned the track title. Ray Maloney, Jack Terrell, Jason Parkhurst and Pat Hobbs followed Buono across the finish line in the top five.
Rusty Marsden won his eighth Fulton Speedway Pure Stock feature race last Saturday night as well as his second straight track title. Dan Hofmann Sr., Dave Emmons, Jim Donaldson and Curt Prevo followed Marsden across the finish line.
Russell Erwin won the first Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Saturday night over Joey Delacruz, Daryl Carl, Glen Erwin and Rich Rainville. The Four Cylinder Super Stocks will return to Fulton Speedway on September 10 and September 24.
Jerry Herbert won another Four Cylinder Enduro feature race last Saturday night. Morris Mathews, Chris Bomoffski, Chad Guthrie and Mark Johnston completed the top five feature finishers.
It is Family Fun Night this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with admission set for only $5. The King's Smash'em Crash'em Demolition Derby will highlight the show. In race action will be the DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers. One on One Spectator Racers will also be staged. Race time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Pat Ward, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Richardson, John Barker, Sean Beardsley, Jeff Isabell, Chad Phelps, Dave Rauscher, Ryan Phelps, Tony Buffa, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Chris Hile, Matt Sheppard, Jim Witko Jr., A.J. Romano, Tim Sears, Roger Phelps, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears Jr., Dan Vauter.
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED TRACK CHAMPION---Tim Fuller.
DIRT 358 MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, John Lazore, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Dave Rauscher.
DIRT 358 MODIFIED TRACK CHAMPION---Alan Johnson.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Kevin Bates, Mike Bowman, Jeremy Pitcher, Matt Janczuk, Brett Tonkin, Chris Higgins, Sam Reakes IV, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Walt McArdell, Jim Bowman, Roy Bresnahan, Jeff Stevenson, Mike Entwistle, Jordan Bennett, Joe Isabell, Dave Reilley, Mark Pitoniak, Mike Holmes, Shawn Donath, Shane Donath, Stewart Garrison, Joey Williams.
DIRT SPORTSMAN TRACK CHAMPION---Kevin Bates.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Bob Buono, Ray Maloney, Jack Terrell, Jason Parkhurst, Pat Hobbs, John Pietrowicz, Mark Alnutt, Dale Guernsey, Paul Mercier, Rick Duanehauer, Scott Beeles, Fred Dennis, Jim Evans, Cheryl Guernsey, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Ricky Breed, Ron Marsden, Billy Clark, Dave Meeks.
DIRT PRO STOCK TRACK CHAMPION---T.J. Fitzgibbons.
PURE STOCKS---Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Dave Emmons, Jim Donaldson, Curt Prevo, Rob Whipple, Chad Crouse, Steve Woodworth, Chuck Lacey, Quinton Burton, Bob Whipple, Bill Thomas, Pat Flanagan, Eric Storrs, Brandon Warner, Ted Crawford, Gary Barton, Van Grant, Ron Hawker, Todd Koegel, Joe Buske, Jay McGillicuddy, Adam Guilds, Todd Storace, Joe Briere.
PURE STOCK TRACK CHAMPION---Rusty Marsden.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Daryl Carl, Glen Erwin, Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh, Ray Rainville, Fred Newton, Sam Curcie, Sam Carista, Aron Backus, Todd Williamson, Chris Kranz.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Morris Mathews, Chris Bomoffski, Chad Guthrie, Mark Johnston.


ISABELL WINS VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR RACE QUALIFIER AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY / JOHNSON CLAIMS ANOTHER TRACK TITLE

BREWERTON, NY...Jeff Isabell picked a good time to win his first ever 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night. Isabell earned the victory in the main event that offered a spot in the Victoria 200 All Star Race at Fulton Speedway on October 1. Veteran Alan Johnson claimed his third track title at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in the last four seasons in the Jeff Rudalavage owned car.
Isabell raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Action was stopped on lap one when Pat Ward and Tom Sears tangled in the second turn. Ward's car would flop over, but both drivers were able to restart the event. With five laps complete Vic Coffey, Bob McCreadie, Ryan Phelps and Tony Buffa followed Isabell in the top five.
At the halfway mark of the fast paced event Isabell, Coffey, McCreadie, Phelps and Tim Fuller raced in the top five. Dale Planck, Matt Sheppard, Alan Johnson, Buffa
and Gary Tomkins battled in positions sixth through tenth respectively. The second and final caution period of the race came for debris on the track on lap-21. The field regrouped behind Isabell, but the outcome didn't change.
Isabell won his first ever DIRT Big Block Modified feature race at the D-shaped DIRT Demon and in the process earned a Fulton Speedway Victoria 200 All Star Qualifying race spot. Coffey had to settle for second with McCreadie, Johnson and Phelps completing the top five feature finishers. Johnson earned the 2005 track title for yet another time, his third in four seasons.
It was a night for the Anderson's last Friday in the IMCA Modified class. Bill Anderson Jr. won his first ever 20-lap main event. Bill Anderson Sr. earned the 2005 track title, his second in three seasons. Johnny Hill, Erie Nier, Tony Finch and Carmen Vona Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Anderson Jr. took the top spot away from Les Hubbard on lap-16 and would never give it back. Anderson Sr. missed a few minor tangles on his way to his seventh place feature finish which was good enough for the track title.
Tim Devendorf won his fifth 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. With the victory Devendorf added to his point lead with the final point show slated for September 16. Dan Williams, Kevin Doll, Frank Doll Jr. and Steve Miller finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Devendorf made the winning move past Miller on lap eight.
Russell Erwin made it a clean sweep in the Four Cylinder Super Stock division. Erwin won the 15-lap main event as well as the 2005 season track title. Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson, Rich Rainville and Sam Curcie finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Russell Erwin passed his brother Glen Erwin to take command of the field on lap eight.
Chad Guthrie won both of the Four Cylinder Enduro features last Friday night. Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr., Chad Dupra and Sam Curcie trailed Guthrie in the opener. Troy Engerbretsen, Chad Dupra, Art Dupra and Andy Butless followed Guthrie in the second event.
The next event at Brewerton Speedway is slated for Friday, September 16. The Sunoco Race Fuels combined Sportsman Super DIRT Series will invade the D-shaped DIRT Demon plus the Lias Tire IMCA Modified Series. The Mod Lites, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY / TRACK CHAMPIONS
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Jeff Isabell, Vic Coffey, Bob McCreadie, Alan Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Gary Tomkins, Chuck Bower, Dale Planck, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears Jr., Dan Vauter, Jim Witko Jr., Tony Buffa, Joe August Jr.
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED TRACK CHAMPION---Alan Johnson.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Bill Anderson Jr., Johnny Hill, Erie Nier, Tony Finch, Carmen Vona Jr., Mike Jeffries, Bill Anderson Sr., Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook, Rich Townsend, Dan Wilcox, Tim Hearne, Calvin Painter, Steve Coit, A.J. Kingsley, Jon Amidon, Aaron Jacobs, Greg Kimball, Bob Bradt, Mike Chilson, Ken Rogers, Coleen Finch, Jason Amidon, Les Hubbard.
IMCA MODIFIED TRACK CHAMPION---Bill Anderson Sr.

MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Dan Williams, Kevin Doll, Frank Doll Jr., Steve Miller, Barry Virts, Troy VanAllen, Darren Forbes, Ken Gamlen, Gary Schug, John Byrnes, Ray Donhauser, John Behron, Joe Abbass, Ray Rainville, Jeff Barker, Doug Williams, Joe Garafolo, Lowell Zehr, Sam Morse, Luke Lonergan, Chris Propheter, Rick Rogala, Tony Steiner, Kelly Skinner, Dave Reals, Matt Magner, Mark Cooper, Darren Austin, Matt Cummo.

FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Todd Williamson, Rich Rainville, Sam Curcie, Ed Janaskie, Lee Hartzog, Lorraine Powelczyk, Doug Farnsworth, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert, Adrian Gilbert, Lorrie Herbert, Daryl Carl, Aron Backus, Glen Erwin.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCK TRACK CHAMPION---Russell Erwin.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO #1 TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr., Chad Dupra, Sam Curcie.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO #2 TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Troy Engerbretsen, Chad Dupra, Art Dupra, Andy Butless.


ENTRY FORMS FOR $20,000 TO WIN DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 NOW AVAILABLE

FULTON, NY...Entry forms for the $20,000 to win Dynomax Victoria 200 at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, October 1 are now available. The early entry deadline for the huge paying event for dirt type Modifieds is September 12 and is only $50 The rate is $80 after the deadline. Entry forms are available by going to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. They can also be obtained by calling the track office at 315-593-6531.
The 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 is open to any Modified chassis with an engine of 500 cubic inches or less with no fuel injection. The weight for all cars is 2,500 pounds with the use of DIRT Hoosier soft tires and DIRT type bodies. Sunoco race fuel or methanol may be used. No time trials will be held with the heats lined-up by a draw with sealed envelopes. No radios will be used at all. The AMB scoring system is mandatory for the Victoria 200 itself. All other rules will be DIRT rules.
Victoria 200 Weekend will start on September 30 with Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. There is no pre-entry forms for the three Victoria Championship races this season. An entry fee of $20 per car will be collected in all three classes when the competitors draw for their heat starting position. Modified hot lap sessions will be staged throughout the program on September 30.
For more information on the 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. Advance sale tickets, event sponsorship, program advertising and lap sponsors are still available for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200. Complete scheduling and ticket prices, camping and parking information are also listed completely on the website.


$5 ADMISSION FAMILY FUN NIGHT SET FOR FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH

FULTON, NY...The annual $5 admission Family Fun Night at Fulton Speedway is set for Saturday, September 10. The $1,000 to win King's Smash'em Crash'em Demolition Derby will highlight the action on Avon Products / Ferris Industries Night. In race competition will be the Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Stocks, Four Cylinder Enduro cars plus One on One Spectator races. Show time is 7 p.m.
The King's Smash'em Crash'em Demolition Derby will pay $1,000 to win based on 20 cars entering the crash fest. Rules for the Demolition Derby can be found at www.fultonspeeedway.com. Go to the rules section and click on the Demolition Derby header. For more information contact event organizer John King at 315-899-5836 or e-mail him at jking6@twcny.rr.com.
In race competition on Family Fun Night will be the Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Fans will also be able to take to the track in the One on One Spectator Races. Fans of all ages will be in for quite a show on Avon Products / Ferris Industries Family Fun Night. Admission is only $5, with all those nine years of age and under admitted free of charge.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, September 10 will open at 5 p.m. The first event of the evening will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


KATRINA WASHES OUT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY SUPER DIRT SERIES RACE

BREWERTON, NY...The highly anticipated Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series race at Brewerton Speedway set for Wednesday night was called off due to heavy rain
from the effects of Katrina. The Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series event will not be rescheduled. The Lias Tire IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race has been rescheduled to Friday, September 16.
Professional motorsports competition will continue this Friday, September 2 with the final point races for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in double features. Brewerton Speedway gates will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


JOHNSON MAKES LATE RACE CHARGE TO WIN SECOND STRAIGHT AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson made a late race charge to claim his second straight 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win at Fulton Speedway last Saturday night. Johnson worked his way up patiently from the 13th starting position and it was on lap-29 when he took the top spot away from Jeff Isabell. Once in front the multi-time track champion coasted the $2,000 payday in the WPC Associates ride.
Dave Rauscher raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the pole starting position. After five laps Rauscher was being followed in the top five by Ryan Phelps, Ryan Richardson, Jeff Isabell and Sean Beardsley. Rauscher would lead the opening 14-laps in a strong outing. Isabell took the lead away from Rauscher on the lap-15 restart.
Isabell was looking for his second win of the season at Fulton Speedway and at the halfway mark was being followed in the top five by Phelps, Rauscher, Tim Sears and Matt Sheppard. Beardsley, Johnson, Tom Sears, Billy Decker and Pat Ward raced in positions second through fifth respectively at the halfway stage over the talented 24-car starting field.
Johnson started to perform his late race magic. And on lap-29 he slipped under Isabell to take over the feature lead. Once in front Johnson opened up his advantage and claimed the victory in the Jeff Rudalavage owned ride. The battle for second was a spirited one with Tim Sears earning the second position over brother Tom Sears. Isabell and Sheppard completed the top five feature finishers.
Decker, Ryan Phelps, Ward, Tim Fuller and Beardsley finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively. A total of 21 feature finishers in the competitive field finished in the lead lap.
Shane Donath won his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Mark Yorker, Roy Bresnahan, Walt McArdell and Greg Doust completed the top five feature finishers. Donath led the entire 20-lap distance to claim the victory over the 24-car starting field.
Jack Terrell won his first ever 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. John Pietrowicz, Billy Clark, T.J. Fitzgibbons and Bob Buono followed Terrell across the finish line. Terrell took the lead away from Mark Alnutt on lap five and then held off Pietrowicz in the final laps to earn the popular victory. It was Terrell's first ever feature race victory in seven seasons of competition.
Rusty Marsden won the rain delayed 20-lap Pure Stock feature race from August 20. Jay McGillicuddy, Ricky DeGroff, Steve Woodworth and Ron Hawker completed the top five feature finishers. Marsden took the lead away from McGillicuddy on lap-18 and then never gave it back. The race was red flagged on lap two for a multi-car accident on the back straight. All drivers were uninjured.
Phil Marsden was the winner of the nightcap Pure Stock feature race. Brandon Warner, Chad Crouse, Rob Whipple and Curt Prevo finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Marsden took the lead away from Whipple on lap eight and then would lead the rest of the way for the victory over the 26-car starting field.
Frank Doll Jr. was the winner of the 20-lap Mod Lite main event last Saturday night. Troy Van Allen, Ryan Charland, Joe Abbass and Dan Williams finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Doll inherited the lead on lap-16 when leader Ryan Charland lost some spots after contact with another competitor. Doll took advantage and led the rest of the distance.
Jerry Herbert returned to the winners circle at the conclusion of the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Chad Guthrie, Skip DeGroff, Morris Mathews and Richard Leahey completed the top five feature finishers in the 22-car starting field.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway. In action will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Regular admission prices will be in effect for the huge show that will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Tim Sears, Tom Sears, Jeff Isabell, Matt Sheppard, Billy Decker, Ryan Phelps, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Sean Beardsley, Dave Rauscher, John Barker, Scott Prentice, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps, Jim Witko, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Richardson, Tony Buffa, Butch Tittle, Dan Vauter, Joe August Jr., Terry Knoblock, Donnie Wetmore Jr.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Shane Donath, Mark Yorker, Roy Bresnahan, Walt McArdell, Greg Doust, Sam Reakes IV, Kevin Bates, Joey Williams, Jim Bowman, Shawn Donath, Bill Shantel Jr., Brett Tonkin, Dave Reilley, Roger West, Rob Bellinger, Matt Janczuk, Jeff Stevenson, Alan Fink, Mike Entwistle, Jordan Bennett, Chris Higgins, Jeremy Pitcher, Mike Bowman, Stewart Garrison.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Jack Terrell, John Pietrowicz, Billy Clark, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Bob Buono, Ray Maloney, Ron Marsden, Scott Beeles, Mark Alnutt, Dale Guernsey, Ricky Breed, Rick Duanehauer, Paul Mercier, Jason Parkhurst, Dave Meeks, Freddy Dennis, Jim Evans, Cheryl Guernsey.
PURE STOCKS RAIN DELAYED FROM AUGUST 20---Rusty Marsden, Jay McGillicuddy, Ricky DeGroff, Steve Woodworth, Ron Hawker, Joe Briere, Rob Whipple, Gary Donahue, Joe Buske, Don Stevenson, Jim Donaldson, Chad Crouse, Adam Guilds, Ethan Parkhurst, Gary Barton, Pat Flanagan, Dave Emmons, Debbie Whalen, Curt Prevo, Bob Whipple, Dan Hofmann Sr., Chuck Lacey, Phil Marsden.
PURE STOCKS---Phil Marsden, Brandon Warner, Chad Crouse, Rob Whipple, Curt Prevo, Gary Barton, Joe Buske, Jim Donaldson, Jim Wallace, Quinton Burton, Steve Woodworth, Van Grant, Pat Flanagan, Eric Storrs, Jay McGillicuddy, Ricky DeGroff, Joe Briere, Rusty Marsden, Don Stevenson, Ron Rogers, Dan Hofmann Sr., Ethan Parkhurst, Larry Taylor, Dave Emmons, Debbie Whalen, Gary Donahue.
MOD LITES---Frank Doll Jr., Troy VanAllen, Ryan Charland, Joe Abbass, Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Ken Gamlen, James Curran, Chris Propheter, Pete Sorrentino, Mark Hayden, Lowell Zehr, Rick Rogala, Brian Peterson, Dennis Propheter, John Byrnes, Darren Austin, Steve Miller, Brenda Rice, Ray Rainville, Tod Simons, John Behron, Matt Cummo, Luke Lonergan, Jeff Barker, Sam Morse.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Skip DeGroff, Morris Mathews, Richard Leahey.


DECKER FINALLY BREAKS INTO THE BREWERTON SPEEDWAY WINNERS CIRCLE ON BUDWEISER BEER NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Billy Decker ended a season of frustration at Brewerton Speedway last Friday by winning the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature on Budweiser Beer Night. It was Decker's first win of the 2005 season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon and his first since August 20, 2004. Decker took the top spot away from Jeff Isabell on lap-13 and would lead the rest of the distance over the talented field.
Isabell jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Budweiser Beer DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Isabell would only lead the first two circuits before team-mate Sean Beardsley slipped by on lap three. After five circuits Beardsley was being followed in the top five by Isabell, Sears, Scott Prentice and Dan Vauter.
Beardsley and Isabell then swapped the official lead for the next few laps. But, Decker ended the party on lap-13 as he moved by both to take command of the field. At the halfway mark Decker was being followed in the top five by Matt Sheppard, Prentice, Tim Fuller and Sears. Alan Johnson, Bob McCreadie, Ryan Phelps, Gary Tomkins and Vic Coffey raced in positions sixth through tenth at the halfway stage.
In the closing laps Decker had the field covered and earned the $2,000 winners share in the Gypsum Wholesalers DIRT Big Block Modified. Fuller, Johnson, Sears and Prentice completed the top five feature finishers. Phelps, Tomkins, McCreadie, Pat Ward and Chuck Bower finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively over the quality field.
Bob Bradt won his first 20-lap IMCA Modified feature of the season last Friday in the rain delayed event from August 19. Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Dale Caswell and Tony Finch chased the former track champion across the finish line. Bradt came from the third starting position to lead the first circuit and he would never give it back despite the constant challenges of Hubbard.
Kevan Cook won his first ever 20-lap IMCA Modified main event in the nightcap affair. Les Hubbard, Carmen Vona Jr., Dale Caswell and Bill Anderson Sr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Cook took the top spot away from Bob Bradt on lap six and then recorded the popular victory.
Tim Devendorf won his fourth 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. Troy Van Allen, Kevin Doll, Darren Forbes and Dan Williams completed the top five feature finishers. Devendorf took the top spot away from Gary Schug on lap six and would lead the rest of the distance. Devendorf owns a slim point lead in the class going into the final point race this Friday night.
Joey Delacruz won his third 15-lap Four Cylinder Stock feature race last Friday in the rain delayed event from August 19. Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk and Daryl Carl finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Delacruz led the entire 15-lap distance, but had to earn the victory with Williamson and Erwin almost crossing three wide for the victory. Williamson was later disqualified in post race inspection
Doug Farnsworth won his first 15-lap Four Cylinder Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Rich Rainville and Chuck Powelczyk finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Farnsworth took the lead away from Delacruz on lap-13 and held on for his first victory of the 2005 season.
This Wednesday, August 31 the Advance Auto Parts Big Block Modified Super DIRT Series will invade the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The race winner of the 100-lap battle will collect $6,000. The Lias Tire IMCA Modified Series stars will complete the fan friendly two division midweek race program. Pit gates will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m.
Race competition will then continue this Friday, September 2 at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Stocks plus double features for the Four Cylinder Enduro class on the agenda. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE.

BUDWEISER BEER FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Gary Tomkins, Bob McCreadie, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Dan Vauter, Dale Planck, Vic Coffey, Tony Buffa, Jeff Isabell, Sean Beardsley, Doug Williams, Matt Sheppard.
IMCA MODIFIEDS RAIN DELAYED FROM AUGUST 19---Bob Bradt, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Dale Caswell, Tony Finch, Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Greg Kimball, Carmen Vona Jr., Tim Hearne, Ken Rogers, Kevan Cook, Mike Jeffries, Dan Wilcox, Steve Coit, Calvin Painter, Coleen Finch, Rich Townsend, Mike Chilson, A.J. Kingsley, Jason Amidon, Jon Amidon, J.J. Courcy.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Kevan Cook, Les Hubbard, Carmen Vona Jr., Dale Caswell, Bill Anderson Sr., A.J. Kingsley, Rich Townsend, Ken Rogers, Jeff Jones, Rich Riggs, Aaron Jacobs, Bob Bradt, Bill Anderson Jr., Calvin Painter, Jon Amidon, Tony Finch, Mike Chilson, Greg Kimball, Johnny Hill, Tim Hearne, J.J. Courcy, Steve Coit, Dan Wilcox, Jason Amidon, Mike Jeffries.
MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Troy VanAllen, Kevin Doll, Darren Forbes, Dan Williams, Jeff Barker, Steve Miller, Joe Garafolo, Frank Doll Jr., Ken Gamlen, Barry Virts, Matt Magner, Gary Schug, Brian Peterson, John Byrnes, Chris Propheter, James Curran, Kelly Skinner, Tony Steiner, Ray Donhauser, Pete Sorrentino, Darren Austin, Lowell Zehr, John Behron, Mark Cooper, Joe Isabell, Joe Abbass, Sam Morse, Joe Gwilt, Ray Rainville.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS RAIN DELAYED FROM AUGUST 19---Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Daryl Carl, Rich Murtaugh, Rich Rainville, Sam Curcie, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Carista, Doug Farnsworth, Chris Kranz, Glen Erwin, John West, Matt Fay, Lorrie Herbert, Jeff Herbert, Todd Williamson.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Doug Farnsworth, Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Rich Rainville, Chuck Powelczyk, Daryl Carl, Lorraine Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Sam Curcie, Lee Hartzog, Robert Burke, Jeff Herbert, Glen Erwin, Aron Backus, Sam Carista, Chris Kranz, Adrian Gilbert, Rich Murtaugh, Lorrie Herbert, Matt Fay.


FULTON'S DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 TO FEATURE ROC DIRT TOUR STARS
By Brett Deyo

BINGHAMTON, NY - It's only fitting that the premier "open" dirt Modified race should include representation from a series designed for the weekly racer. Thanks to a joint effort between Fulton (N.Y.) Speedway officials and Race of Champions Dirt Modified Tour administrative director Andrew Harpell, the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 on Sat., Oct. 1 will feature stars from the RoC Dirt Modified Tour.

All '05 RoC Dirt Modified Tour winners will be starters in the All-Star Race leading up to the prestigious Victoria 200. The Victoria 200, however, is not a part of the Race of Champions Dirt Modified Tour. The first runner-up to a duplicate RoC Dirt winner (i.e. Bobby Varin) will also receive a starting berth in the All-Star Race.

Current All-Star Race RoC representatives are: Bobby Varin (Fonda (N.Y.) Speedway - April 9); Willy Decker (Utica-Rome (N.Y.) Speedway - May 8); Jeff Strunk (Big Diamond (Pa.) Raceway - June 7); Brian Weaver (Five Mile Point (N.Y.) Speedway - July 13); Mitch Gibbs (Fonda - July 27); Billy Pauch (Big Diamond - Aug. 9); and Alan Rudalavage (Penn-Can (Pa.) Speedway - Aug. 17).

All-Star Race starting positions will also be available in upcoming RoC Dirt Modified events at Utica-Rome (Sept. 11), Penn-Can (Sept. 17) and Fonda (Sept. 24-25).


The top RoC Dirt Tour driver in the combined point standings entering the Victoria 200 weekend who fails to qualify will have a "buy-in" opportunity as well.

"I've always admired the Victoria 200 as a top-notch event and I'm glad RoC Dirt will be represented in the field," said Harpell.

This year's Victoria 200, paying $20,000-to-win, is open to any dirt Modified powered by a 500 cubic inch engine or less. A standard weight of 2500 lbs. will be set. Gas or methanol may be used. DIRT body rules will be in place and DIRT Hoosier soft tires must be used.

For more information on the Race of Champions Dirt Modified Tour, contact the office at (607) 238-0432 or (607) 775-5555 or visit the website: www.rocdirt.com. For more information on Fulton Speedway's 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200, visit the website at www.victoria200.com or www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at (315) 593-6531.


HUGE LABOR DAY WEEKEND SHOW AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD

FULTON, NY...A huge Labor Day Weekend show is planned at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, September 3. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Regular admission prices will still be in effect for the multi-division program. Show time is set for 7 p.m. on Hertz Equipment Rental Night.
Tim Fuller and Alan Johnson will battle it out for the 2005 Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Championship. Pat Ward is still in striking distance, but both Fuller and Johnson would have to run into problems. Matt Sheppard and Jimmy Phelps complete the top five in the crucial rankings as the top five in the Fulton Big Block standings will be the only guaranteed starters for the $20,000 plus to win Dynomax Victoria 200 on October 1.
Johnson and Sheppard are the top two in the DIRT 358 Modified standings which appears to be another title for the top winning driver in DIRT Motorsports history. Young Kevin Bates has a lock on the 2005 Fulton Speedway DIRT Sportsman track title after a dominating season. T.J. Fitzgibbons and John Pietrowicz will battle it out for the Pure Stock crown. Rusty Marsden is set to claim his second straight Pure Stock championship at the track.
All the weekly classes plus the 358 Modified will end their point season on September 3. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will return to competition this Saturday night with their final point race coming up on September 24. Jerry Herbert is the current point leader in the Enduro ranks. The Four Cylinder Super Stock class will make their first start of the 2005 season this Saturday night with dates coming up on September 10 and 24.
Fans can expect a typical fast-paced race program at Fulton Speedway this Saturday night. Adult admission is $12 with ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, September 3 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Hertz Equipment Rental Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the office at 315-593-6531.


SEASON POINT RACES TO BE SETTLED AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND

BREWERTON, NY...The 2005 season point races in all four weekly divisions will be settled at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, September 2. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will compete in the final point awarding event of the year at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The popular Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition this Friday night. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
It appears that Alan Johnson is headed to his third DIRT Big Block Modified Track Championship at Brewerton Speedway. As of this writing Gary Tomkins, Tim Fuller and Pat Ward are still in striking distance, but Johnson would have to suffer some problems. Of the 16 feature races staged so far this season Johnson has finished in the top five in 14 of the events with five feature race victories.
Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Sr. and Les Hubbard are the three drivers still in contention for the 2005 Brewerton Speedway IMCA Modified title. Hill and Anderson are past champions, while Hubbard seeks his first. Another three driver shoot-out can be found in the Mod Lite division. Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes and Frank Doll Jr. are the three contestants. Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin and Chuck Powelczyk are still searching for the Four Cylinder Stock class title.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, September 2 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is priced at $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 668-RACE.


JOHNSON FLIES TO THIRD FULTON SPEEDWAY BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN OF THE SEASON ON RAYMOND'S CAR CARE / FERRIS INDUSTRIES / BUDWEISER NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson dominated the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Raymond's Car Care / Ferris Industries / Budweiser Beer Night. It was Johnson's third victory of the season at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. The victory for the Jeff Rudalvage owned, WPC Associates sponsored car was worth $2,000.
Tony Buffa raced out to the early lead at the start of the Raymond's Car Care / Ferris Industries / Budweiser DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the outside pole starting position. After five circuits Buffa continued to lead the talented field and was being chased in the top five by Dave Rauscher, Ryan Richardson, Jim Witko Jr. and Tom Sears Jr.
Buffa would lead the first 11-laps of the main event when the second and final caution period of the race came about. Johnson was able to work under Buffa after the restart and led the field starting on lap-12. At the halfway mark Johnson was being followed in the top ten by Buffa, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Richardson, Sears, Billy Decker, Witko, Scott Prentice and Chad Phelps.
Johnson was able to run away and hide from the rest of the field as the event went 23 straight laps without a caution. The battle for second through sixth was a good one, however. Fuller won that battle to finish second with Ward, Decker and Matt Sheppard completing the top five feature finishers. Buffa recorded his best ever DIRT Big Block Modified finish at Fulton Speedway with a strong sixth place effort.
Alan Johnson won the eight lap DIRT 358 Modified mini-series race last Saturday night. Matt Sheppard, Dave Rasher and Donnie Wetmore Jr. completed the feature finishers in the cash dash type event.
Jim Bowman won his third 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race last Saturday night. Greg Doust, Jeremy Pitcher, Mike Bowman and Sam Reakes IV finished in positions second through fifth respectively in the wild event. Bowman took the top spot away from Doust on lap-13 and then held off all challengers for the victory.
T.J. Fitzgibbons won his fourth 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Saturday night. Ray Maloney, John Pietrowicz, Bob Buono and Jason Parkhurst finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Fitzgibbons led the entire distance in the non-point event.
The Pure Stock feature race was rained-out. The Pure Stock competitors will battle in double features this Saturday, August 27.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday at 7 p.m. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, double features for the Pure Stocks, Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will make-up the huge race program. A Driver Autograph session will be held starting after hot laps at 6:30 p.m. For more information go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

RAYMOND'S CAR CARE / FERRIS INDUSTRIES / BUDWEISER FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Tony Buffa, Tom Sears Jr., Jimmy Phelps, Jim Witko Jr., John Barker, Scott Prentice, Chad Phelps, Ryan Phelps, Sean Beardsley, Dave Rauscher, Ryan Richardson, Dan Vauter, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Joe August Jr., Jeff Isabell, Todd Town, Tim Sears.
DIRT 358 MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Dave Rauscher, Donnie Wetmore Jr.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Jim Bowman, Greg Doust, Jeremy Pitcher, Mike Bowman, Sam Reakes IV, Joey Williams, Shawn Donath, Brett Tonkin, Matt Janczuk, Shane Donath, Mark Yorker, Mike Entwistle, Chris Higgins, Dave Reilley, Rob Bellinger, Roy Bresnahan, Brian Kiteveles, Kevin Bates, Chris Hile, Alan Fink, Walt McArdell, Jordan Bennett, Mike Holmes, Stewart Garrison.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---T.J. Fitzgibbons, Ray Maloney, John Pietrowicz, Bob Buono, Jason Parkhurst, Scott Beeles, Ron Marsden, Ricky Breed, Dale Guernsey, Mark Alnutt, Jim Evans, Cheryl Guernsey, Paul Mercier.
PURE STOCKS---Feature rain delayed to August 27.


SHEPPARD BEATS RAIN AND THE COMPETITION AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON OSWEGO ASPHALT NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Matt Sheppard beat out the rain and the talented Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified field in the 35-lap main event last Friday on Oswego Asphalt Night. Sheppard survived a rain delay and then held off Billy Decker and Tim Fuller to win his second event of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The victory for the Ross Motorsports team was worth $2,000.
Sean Beardsley and Tony Buffa started on the front row in the Oswego Asphalt DIRT Big Block Modified feature. Beardsley led the opening circuit, but the lead duo tangled in the first turn at the completion of the first circuit. Scott Prentice inherited the lead at this point. After five circuits the local Central Square, N.Y. driver was being followed in the top five by Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps and Billy Decker.
Sheppard took the top spot away from Prentice on lap six. Shortly after a light drizzle started to fall. The moisture started to fall heavier and the event was stopped on lap-17 with several cars loosing traction on the slick track. After a brief rain delay the cars returned to the track and the event was restarted. One lap after the restart Sheppard was being followed in the top five by Decker, Bower, Tim Fuller and Alan Johnson.
Decker took the top spot away from Sheppard on lap-28. The battle for the lead was now an outstanding three car show between Decker, Sheppard and Fuller. On lap-30 Sheppard took the top spot back from Decker. Decker came right back to lead the field on lap-31, but Sheppard returned the favor and led lap-32. Fuller moved into the second position on lap-34.
The lead trio raced three wide for the feature victory in another Brewerton Speedway epic DIRT Big Block Modified battle. Sheppard came out on top in this affair with Fuller making a late race charge to finish second. Decker, Bower and Pat Ward completed the top five feature finishers. Johnson, Gary Tomkins, Dale Planck, Jim Witko and Vic Coffey finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively.
Dan Williams won his third 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the 2005 season last Friday night. Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr., Joe Abbass and Ken Gamlen finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams took the top spot away from Forbes on lap seven and then held him off to earn the victory over the 30-car starting field of competitors.
The remaining IMCA Modified, Four Cylinder Super Stock and Four Cylinder Enduro features were rained-out. The IMCA Modifieds and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will compete in double features this Friday, August 26. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will have double features on Friday, September 2.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds competing in a 35-lap feature. Double features for the IMCA Modifieds and Four Cylinder Stocks are set with a regular show for the Mod Lites. One on One Spectator races and Ladies Races will also be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.

OSWEGO ASPHALT FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Matt Sheppard, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Chuck Bower, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Gary Tomkins, Dale Planck, Jim Witko Jr., Vic Coffey, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Sean Beardsley, Tony Buffa, Bob McCreadie, Jeff Brownell, Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears, Dan Vauter, Jeff Isabell, Joe August Jr., Steve Pesarek.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Rain delayed to August 26.
MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr., Joe Abbass, Ken Gamlen, Darren Austin, Jeff Barker, Joe Garafolo, Matt Magner, Barry Virts, Joe Isabell, John Byrnes, Lowell Zehr, Sam Morse, Chris Propheter, Troy VanAllen, Tony Steiner, Luke Lonergan, John Behron, Gary Schug, Chris Steele, Kelly Skinner, Doug Williams, Dennis Propheter, Tim Devendorf, Ray Rainville, Mark Cooper, Shawn Hotaling, Brenda Rice, Steve Miller.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Rain delayed to August 26.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO---Rain delayed to September 2.


VICTORIA 200 ALL STAR QUALIFIER AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 27TH

FULTON, NY...A Victoria 200 All Star Qualifying spot will be awarded to the winner of the DIRT Big Block Modified feature at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, August 27. The DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks, Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition during the huge show that will conclude the month of August. Show time is 7 p.m.
Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard and Jimmy Phelps are the top five currently in the DIRT Big Block Modified point standings. Billy Decker, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale and Ryan Phelps complete the top ten in the standings. Ward leads the winners list this season with four triumphs. Billy Decker and Alan Johnson are the only other multiple winners.
Kevin Bates has a commanding lead in the DIRT Sportsman class and is headed to the track title. T.J. Fitzgibbons and John Pietrowicz will battle it out for the 2005 DIRT Pro Stock track championship. Rusty Marsden appears headed to his second straight Pure Stock track title. Jerry Herbert is the current point leader in the Four Cylinder Enduro division.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, August 27 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is priced at $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


BUDWEISER TO PRESENT ACTION PACKED RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 26TH

BREWERTON, NY...Another action packed evening of professional dirt track race competition will be presented by Budweiser Beer at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, August 26. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in action at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday night. One on One Spectator races and Ladies Races will also be staged. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson and Tim Fuller have both win five DIRT Big Block Modified feature races so far this season at Brewerton Speedway. Gary Tomkins follows with four feature race wins. Matt Sheppard is the only other feature winner to date in the highly competitive class with one main event win. Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Chuck Bower, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Ryan Phelps, Bob McCreadie and Vic Coffey will all look to break into the winners circle in the late season event.
Defending IMCA Modified Track Champion Johnny Hill has regained the point lead in the class. Bill Anderson Sr. and Les Hubbard follow Hill closely in the standings and still entertain title hopes. Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes and Frank Doll Jr. are the top three currently in the Mod Lite division. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson and Chuck Powelczyk are the three drivers in the battle for the Four Cylinder Stock title.
One on One Spectator Races and Ladies Races will also be conducted this Friday night. Participants in the Spectator Races need a street legal vehicle, helmet and pit pass to participate. The Ladies races will conclude the great evening of family entertainment. The Ladies will look for a car to drive in a weekly class at the track. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, August 26 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Budweiser Beer Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.


WARD CLAIMS FOURTH FULTON SPEEDWAY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN OF THE SEASON ON FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Pat Ward won his fourth Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the 2005 season last Saturday on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. Ward took the top spot away from Tony Buffa on lap-13 and then held off all other challengers for the victory. The win for the Gypsum Express DIRT Big Block Modified team was worth $2,000.
Tim Sears raced out to the early lead at the start of the Fernandez Auto Mall DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Sears would only lead the opening two circuits. Sean Beardsley took the top spot away from Tim Sears on lap three. With five laps complete Beardsley was being followed in the top five by Buffa, Tim Sears, Ward and Jim Witko.
Buffa became the third leader of the event on lap seven. Buffa would lead the 25-car starting field through lap-12. Ward took the top spot away from Buffa on lap-13. The eventual winner wasted no time in charging to the front from the tenth starting position. Ward attempted to run away and hide from the rest of the field, but two minor caution periods slowed the action.
Ward was up to all challengers and recorded the feature victory. Tim Fuller made a late race charge to finish second with Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard and Alan Johnson completing the top five feature finishers. Tim Sears, Scott Prentice, Sean Beardsley, John Barker and Jim Witko finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively.
Alan Johnson passed Matt Sheppard on the final lap to win the DIRT 358 Modified mini-series race. Johnson and Sheppard had swapped the lead on several occasions in the eight lap affair using plenty of slide-jobs. Donnie Wetmore Jr. and Dave Rauscher followed the lead duo across the finish line.
Joey Williams won his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Chris Higgins, Kevin Bates, Greg Doust and Sam Reakes IV finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams took the top spot away from Walt McArdell on lap three and then held off all challengers to earn the victory.
T.J. Fitzgibbons received the 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race victory after Dick Parkhurst failed a post-race tech inspection. Bob Buono, Jason Rood, Ron Marsden and Scott Beeles rounded out the top five feature finishers in the offcial finish.
Don Stevenson won his first 15-lap Pure Stock feature race of the season in dramatic fashion last Saturday night. Stevenson passed Rusty Marsden on the final lap to earn the hard fought victory. Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Bill Flask completed the top five feature finishers. It was Stevenson's first victory at the track since the 1991 season.
Jerry Herbert returned to the winners circle at the conclusion of the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Chad Guthrie, Skip DeGroff, Kevin Alfred and Art Dupra completed the top five feature finishers in the 21-car starting field.
The final Family Autograph Night of the season will be held at Fulton Speedway this Saturday. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Ladies Races. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com.

FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Alan Johnson, Tim Sears, Scott Prentice, Sean Beardsley, John Barker, Jim Witko, Tony Buffa, Ryan Richardson, Ryan Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Chad Phelps, Dan Vauter, Dave Rauscher, Tim Harris, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Terry Knoblock, Jeff Isabell, Tom Sears Jr., Joe August Jr.

DIRT 358 MODIFIED---Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Dave Rauscher.

DIRT SPORTSMAN---Joey Williams, Chris Higgins, Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Bowman, Walt McArdell, Jeremy Pitcher, Shawn Donath, Brett Tonkin, Roy Bresnahan, Chris Hile, Rob Pratt, Mike Entwistle, Alan Fink, Bobby Herrington, Dave Reilley, Brian Kiteveles, Tony Gould, Shane Donath, Mike Holmes, Matt Janczuk, Mark Yorker, Jim Bowman.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---T.J. Fitzgibbons, Bob Buono, Jason Rood, Ron Marsden, Scott Beeles, Jim Evans, Dale Guernsey, Jason Parkhurst, Ricky Breed, Cheryl Guernsey, John Pietrowicz, Jack Terrell, Billy Clark, Ray Maloney, Mark Alnutt, Jerry Button.

PURE STOCKS---Don Stevenson, Rusty Marsden, Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr., Bill Flask, Jay McGillicuddy, Gary Barton, Chuck Lacey, Jim Donaldson, Curt Prevo, Debbie Whalen, Van Grant, Joe Buske, Dion Oakes, Joe Briere, Dale Seymour, Todd Koegel, Jack Johnson, Rob Whipple, Phil Marsden, Brandon Warner, Steve Woodworth, Ron Hawker, Gary Donahue.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Skip DeGroff, Kevin Alfred, Art Dupra.


TOMKINS WINS FOURTH BREWERTON SPEEDWAY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN OF THE SEASON ON AVON PRODUCTS NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Defending Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Champion Gary Tomkins remained in title contention for the 2005 season crown after his fourth victory of the season last Friday on Avon Products Night. Tomkins took the top spot away from Tom Sears Jr. on lap eight and would lead the rest of the distance for the $2,000 payday in the Elaine James Motorsports entry.
Sean Beardsley raced out to the early lead at the start of the Avon Products DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Beardsley only led the opening circuit as teammate Tom Sears took command of the field on lap two. With five laps complete Sears was being followed in the top five by Tomkins, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard and Beardsley.
Tomkins became the third different leader of the event on lap nine. At the halfway mark of the 35-lap main event Tomkins was being followed in the top five by Ward, Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller and Sears. Vic Coffey, Beardsley, Bob McCreadie, Ryan Phelps and Jim Witko raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage in the talented field.
In the final laps four drivers remained in contention for the victory. But, Tomkins never made a mistake and earned the victory. Ward had to settle for second while Fuller made a late race charge to finish third. Johnson maintained his point lead with a fourth place finish. Veteran Bob McCreadie drove a solid race and completed the top five feature finishers.
Defending IMCA Modified Track Champion Johnny Hill won his second 20-lap main event of the season last Friday. With the victory Hill remains in the running for the 2005 title. Carmen Vona Jr., Bill Anderson Jr., Dave Mannise and Rich Townsend completed the top five feature finishers. Hill took the top spot away from Vona on lap-16 and then held on for the victory.
Dan Williams won his second 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the 2005 season last Friday night. Frank Doll Jr., Darren Forbes, Tim Devendorf and Joe Abbass finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams took the top spot away from Forbes on lap-13 and would never gave it back in the fast paced event.
Glen Erwin won his third Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert, Lorrie Herbert and Todd Williamson finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Chad Dupra claimed the win in the 20-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert, Randy Shantel and Kelly Smith followed Dupra across the finish line.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com.

AVON PRODUCTS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Bob McCreadie, Matt Sheppard, Tom Sears Jr., Jimmy Phelps, Jim Witko Jr., Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Sean Beardsley, Tony Buffa, Jeff Isabell, Vic Coffey, Joe August Jr., Dan Vauter.

IMCA MODIFIEDS---Johnny Hill, Carmen Vona Jr., Bill Anderson Jr., Dave Mannise, Rich Townsend, Greg Kimball, Les Hubbard, Tony Finch, Calvin Painter, Bill Anderson Sr., Mike Jeffries, Dan Wilcox, Bob Bradt, Tim Hearne, Mike Chilson, A.J. Kingsley, Eric Nier, Jon Amidon, Gary Jeffries, Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook, Coleen Finch.

MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Frank Doll Jr., Darren Forbes, Tim Devendorf, Joe Abbass, Jeff Barker, Barry Virts, Ken Gamlen, Matt Magner, Joe Garafolo, John Behron, Kelly Skinner, Lowell Zehr, Luke Lonergan, Tony Steiner, Steve Miller, Chris Propheter, Sam Morse, Gary Schug, Darren Austin, John Byrnes, Rick Rogala, Dennis Propheter, Joe Isabell, Larry Casbohm, Brenda Rice, Doug Williams, Tod Simons.

FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Glen Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert, Lorrie Herbert, Todd Williamson, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Carista, Joey Delacruz, Doug Farnsworth, Robert Burke, Sam Curcie, Aron Backus, Russell Erwin.

FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Dupra, Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert, Randy Shantel, Kelly Smith.


VICTORIA 200 WEEKEND TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE

FULTON, NY...Tickets for Fulton Speedway's 20th Annual Victoria 200 Weekend are now available. The popular event will be highlighted by the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 which pays over $20,000 to win on Saturday, October 1. Victoria Championship races for the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will start off the festive affair on Friday, September 30. Sunday, October 2 is the raindate.
A weekend adult general admission ticket is priced at $37. A weekend adult reserved seat is priced at $45. A Saturday only adult general admission ticket is marked at just $25. A Saturday only Adult reserved seat is priced at $35. The above ticket options are the only ones that will available in pre-sale. All youth tickets, Friday only tickets and pit passes do not go on sale until the day of the event when the gates open.
Tickets can be purchased through the mail with a check or money order made payable to Fulton Speedway. The mailing address is 1603 County Route 57, Fulton, N.Y. 13069. Tickets can be purchased over the phone with a Master Card, Visa or Discover card. The track office number is 315-593-6531. Tickets can also be purchased leading up to the event on any race night at Brewerton or Fulton Speedway.
Fans that had reserved seats for the 2004 Victoria 200 will have until August 28 to purchase the same tickets. After that date the entire reserved seat section will go on sale. Reserved seats are the top three rows in Sections A through M. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or to www.victoria200.com.


FULTON SPEEDWAY TO HOST FINAL FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT OF THE SEASON THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 20TH

FULTON, NY...The final Family Autograph Night of the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway will be held on Saturday, August 20. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Ladies Races will all be contested on the high-banked track. The special evening will be presented by the fine folks from Raymond's Car Care, Budweiser and Ferris Industries. Show time is 7 p.m.
Tim Fuller is in search of his third straight season title at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. Fuller is the current point leader with Alan Johnson a close second in the rankings. Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Jeff Rudalavage, Ryan Phelps, Jeff Isabell, John Barker, Jim Witko and Chad Phelps complete the top-15 in the current standings.
Kevin Bates owns a huge lead currently in the DIRT Sportsman standings as the young driver from the State of Pennsylvania looks to lock-up his first ever title at Fulton Speedway. T.J. Fitzgibbons and John Pietrowicz are the two drivers that will battle it out for the DIRT Pro Stock track title. Russ Marsden appears headed to the Pure Stock track title, but Chad Crouse is still in striking distance.
The Family Autograph session will be held after all the qualifying events and before the feature races. All competitors will be invited out to the front stretch of the track. Fans of all ages are then allowed out to obtain autographs, meet their favorite drivers and take pictures of the happenings. It is a night that many look forward to each season with many of the race teams supplied with plenty of give-away items.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, August 20 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Raymond's Car Care / Budweiser / Ferris Industries Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531. The evening will conclude with the always interesting Ladies Races.


ADVANCE AUTO PARTS MODIFIED SUPER DIRT SERIES TO RETURN TO BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31ST

BREWERTON, NY...The Advance Auto Parts Modified Super DIRT Series will return to Brewerton Speedway on Wednesday, August 31. It will be the first Big Block Super DIRT Series race at the D-shaped DIRT Demon since the 2001 season. The event is sure to be a tremendous one with the talented Brewerton Speedway drivers taking on the best of the invaders from the series.
Tim McCreadie won the last ever Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series race at Brewerton Speedway in 2001. Bob McCreadie is the only double winner in series events at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Brett Hearn, Danny Johnson and Joe Plazek complete the winners list in the special events. All the previous winners are expected in competition with the exception of Plazek.
Brewerton Speedway regular Tim Fuller is the current leader in the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series standings. Brett Hearn, Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward, Steve Paine, Matt Sheppard, Alan Johnson, Justin Haers, Chad Brachmann, Stewart Friesen, Jimmy Phelps, Vic Coffey, Tom Sears and Andy Bachetti complete the top 15 in the current standings.
Brewerton Speedway pit gates on Wednesday, August 31 will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. There are no advance sale tickets. The only reserved seats will be season reserved seats which are painted orange. No blankets will be allowed down until 5 p.m. Adult admission will be $20. Children ages 10-14 will be admitted for $10. All those nine years and under are free.
The Lias Tire Empire State IMCA Modified Series event will join the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series event. The two division race program promises to be a fan friendly one. The IMCA Modified competitors will be racing for both Brewerton Speedway track points as well as the Lias Tire series points. The DIRT Modified competitors will be racing for Advance Auto Parts series points and all Brewerton regulars will be awarded 40 show-up points in the season track total.


HOT SUMMER ACTION AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, AUGUST 19TH PRESENTED BY OSWEGO ASPHALT

BREWERTON, NY...Another hot summer night of professional motorsports competition will be staged at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, August 19. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all compete on Oswego Asphalt Night. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson and Tim Fuller have both won five DIRT Big Block Modified feature races so far this season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Johnson has been the most consistent of the duo, however, and is the current point leader. Gary Tomkins and Matt Sheppard are the only other drivers to break into the elusive winners circle at the home of the strongest field in DIRT Motorsports.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill and Les Hubbard are the three drivers still in contention for the IMCA Modified track title. Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams and Darren Forbes are the contenders for the Mod Lite season title. Russell Erwin and Todd Williamson should battle down to the wire for the Four Cylinder Stock championship. Josh Herbert, Jerry Herbert and Chad Dupra are the leaders currently in the Four Cylinder Enduro class.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, August 19 will open at 5 :30 p.m. Race competition on Oswego Asphalt Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the 24 hour race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.


DECKER RETURNS TO FULTON SPEEDWAY WINNERS CIRCLE

FULTON, NY...Billy Decker ended a recent spell of bad luck and claimed the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Promotion Speed Supply Night. Decker took the top spot away from Scott Prentice on lap-14 and then held off a strong running Jimmy Phelps to earn his third victory of the 2005 season at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200.
Chad Phelps jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Promotion Speed Supply DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. After five circuits the DIRT Big Block Modified rookie driver continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Prentice, Dan Vauter, Decker and Ryan Richardson. Phelps would lead the 25-car starting field for the opening seven circuits.
Prentice took the top spot away from Chad Phelps on lap eight. Prentice would lead the field though lap-13. Decker was able to take the top spot away from Prentice on lap-14. At the halfway mark Decker was being chased in the top five by Prentice, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps and Tim Fuller. Richardson, Vinnie Vitale, Matt Sheppard, Tom Sears and Alan Johnson occupied positions sixth through tenth at the halfway mark.
Just when it appeared that Decker would go on to an easy victory the second and final caution period of the race came out on lap-26. After the restart Jimmy Phelps made several strong runs at Decker, but was never able to move around for good. Decker earned his third feature race victory of the season in the Gypsum Wholesalers ride. Phelps had to settle for second with Fuller, Alan Johnson and Prentice completing the top five feature finishers.
Brett Tonkin won his first ever 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Mike Bowman, Matt Janczuk, Jim Bowman and Kevin Bates followed the young driver from the State of Pennsylvania across the finish line. Tomkins took the lead away from Mark Davison on lap two and then held off Bowman for the hard earned victory.
T.J. Fitzgibbons won his second 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race of the 2005 season last Saturday night. Billy Clark, Jack Terrell, Jason Rood and Dick Parkhurst followed Fitzgibbons across the finish line. Fitzgibbons took the lead away from Jack Terrell on lap seven and would then lead the rest of the distance. The victory was a crucial one for Fitzgibbons in his search for the track title.
Rusty Marsden won his fifth Pure Stock feature race of 20-laps last Saturday night. Ron Hawker, Dan Hofmann Sr., Chad Crouse and Jay McGillicuddy finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Rusty Marsden inherited the lead on lap-19 after race leader Ricky DeGroff slowed with a flat tire. Marsden took advantage and claimed another victory in the division.
Doug Williams won his second straight 20-lap Mod Lite feature race last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Joe Abbass, Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf and Darren Austin followed Williams across the finish line. Williams took the top spot away from Austin on lap eight and he would never give it back.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition plus One on One Spectator Races. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

PROMOTION SPEED SUPPLY FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Matt Sheppard, Vinnie Vitale, Pat Ward, Tom Sears, Chad Phelps, Ryan Richardson, Dave Axton, Jeff Isabell, Jim Witko Jr., Dan Vauter, John Barker, Tony Buffa, Ryan Phelps, Jeff Rudalavage, Sean Beardsley, Dave Rauscher, Tim Sears, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Todd Town, Tim Harris.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Brett Tonkin, Mike Bowman, Matt Janczuk, Jim Bowman, Kevin Bates, Roy Bresnahan, Joey Williams, Mike Holmes, Mark Yorker, Jeremy Pitcher, Chris Hile, Alan Fink, Jeff Stevenson, Mike Entwistle, Shawn Donath, Dave Reilley, Chris Higgins, Mark Davison, Stewart Garrison, Greg Doust, Rob Bellinger, Walt McArdell, Shane Donath.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---T.J. Fitzgibbons, Billy Clark, Jack Terrell, Jason Rood, Dick Parkhurst, Bob Buono, Ray Maloney, John Pietrowicz, Ron Marsden, Mark Alnutt, Jim Evans, Ricky Breed, Jerry Button, Scott Beeles, Dale Guernsey, Keith Butler.
PURE STOCKS---Rusty Marsden, Ron Hawker, Dan Hofmann Sr., Chad Crouse, Jay McGillicuddy, Gary Barton, Curt Prevo, Gary Donahue, Adam Guilds, Van Grant, Debbie Whalen, Joe Buske, Jim Wallace, Ricky DeGroff, Justin Parkhurst, Don Stevenson, Jim Donaldson, Bob Whipple, Bill Thomas, Steve Woodworth, Joe Briere, Brandon Warner, Rob Whipple, Phil Marsden.
MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Joe Abbass, Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Darren Austin, Frank Doll Jr., Ken Gamlen, Joe Isabell, John Byrnes, Jeff Barker, Luke Lonergan, Shawn Hotaling, Kelly Skinner, Dennis Propheter, Mark Hayden, Matt Cummo, John Behron, Larry Casbohm, Steve Miller.


FULLER WINS FIFTH OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON SYRACUSE.COM NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller won his fifth Brewerton Speedway 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Friday on Syracuse.com Night. It appeared that Matt Sheppard had the field covered on this night, but Fuller came charging to the lead after a lap-19 restart and was never challenged once in front. The victory for the Edwards, N.Y. driver was worth $2,000.
Ryan Phelps raced out to the early lead at the start of the Syracuse.com DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Phelps would lead the opening four circuits of the event. Sheppard took the top spot away from Phelps on lap five. Once in front Sheppard was able to open up his lead while several top competitors tried to work up in the talented field.
At the halfway mark Sheppard was being followed in the top five by Phelps, Chuck Bower, Fuller and Pat Ward. Jim Witko, Scott Prentice, Alan Johnson, Sean Beardsley and Gary Tomkins raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway mark. What turned out to be the final caution period of the race came on lap-19.
Fuller was flying on the restart and passed both Bower and Phelps in one move to take over the second position. Fuller then closed in on Sheppard and took command of the field on lap-21. Once in front Fuller was never challenged and earned the victory in the B&F General Machine ride. Ward and Johnson both worked up to finish second and third respectively. Phelps and Sheppard completed the top five feature finishers.
Les Hubbard won his first ever 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday night. It was Hubbard's first main event triumph in 25 seasons of competition. Hubbard took the top spot away from Rich Riggs on lap four and then held off all challengers to earn the popular victory.
Tim Devendorf won his third 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the 2005 season last Friday night. Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Darren Forbes and Frank Doll Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Devendorf took the top spot away from Ray Donhauser on lap-13 and held off Doug Williams in the closing laps for the victory.
Daryl Carl won his first ever 15-lap Four Cylinder Stock feature race at Brewerton Speedway last Friday. Glen Erwin, Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson and Jeff Herbert completed the top five feature finishers. Carl took the top spot away from Joey Delacruz on lap four and would never give it back.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro cars all in competition. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906.

SYRACUSE.COM FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko Jr., Chuck Bower, Gary Tomkins, Vic Coffey, Tony Buffa, Bob McCreadie, Sean Beardsley, Dan Vauter, Jeff Isabell, Tom Sears Jr., Billy Decker, Steve Hulsizer.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Les Hubbard, Johnny Hill, Greg Kimball, Dale Caswell, Dan Wilcox, Kevan Cook, Carmen Vona Jr., Tim Hearne, Bill Anderson Jr., Bill Anderson Sr., Rich Riggs, Tony Finch, Steve Coit, Aaron Jacobs, A.J. Kingsley, Bob Bradt, Coleen Finch, Brian Evenden, Gary Jeffries, Rich Townsend, Mike Chilson, Mike Jeffries, Jason Amidon, Jon Amidon.
MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Dan Williams, Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr., Steve Miller, Joe Isabell, Joe Abbass, Jeff Barker, John Byrnes, Luke Lonergan, John Behron, Ken Gamlen, Joe Garafolo, Gary Schug, Kelly Skinner, Tony Steiner, Larry Casbohm, Ray Donhauser, Lowell Zehr, Kevin Doll, Darren Austin, Matt Magner, Mark Cooper, Chris Propheter, Shawn Hotaling.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Daryl Carl, Glen Erwin, Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Jeff Herbert, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Rainville, Lorrie Herbert, Lee Hartzog, Doug Farnsworth, Sam Carista, Lorraine Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Robert Burke, Rich Murtaugh, Aron Backus, Eric Nier, Sam Curcie.


BIG SHOW PLANNED AT THE HOME OF THE DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 13TH

FULTON,NY...A big show is planned at Fulton Speedway, the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200 this Saturday, August 13. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition. One on One Spectator Races will also be staged. Show time is 7 p.m. on Fernandez Auto Mall Night.
Eight different drivers have won DIRT Big Block Modified feature races at Fulton Speedway so far this season. Pat Ward leads the way with three feature wins. Alan Johnson and Billy Decker have claimed two feature wins each. Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice and Jeff Isabell have all recorded one feature race victory each.
Kevin Bates appears headed to the DIRT Sportsman track title. The young driver from Pennsylvania owns a 110 point lead over Greg Doust as of this writing. T.J. Fitzgibbons and John Pietrowicz are only separated by three points to date in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden and Chad Crouse will battle it out for the Pure Stock track championship.
The DIRT 358 Modifieds will compete in another mini-series event this Saturday. The popular Four Cylinder Enduro racers are also set to compete in another non-stop 25-lap main event. Fans will be able to take to the track this Saturday in the One on One Spectator Races. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night will start at 7 p.m.
Adult admission is $12 and ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


AVON PRODUCTS TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 12TH

BREWERTON, NY...Avon Products will present the professional auto racing program at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, August 12. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday night. The show will start promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller and Gary Tomkins have been the big winners so far this season in the headline DIRT Big Block Modified division. Johnson leads the way with five feature race victories. Fuller follows with four main event wins, with Tomkins winning on three occasions. Matt Sheppard has managed one win this season in what is by far the toughest field in DIRT Modified racing.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill and Les Hubbard are all in contention for the IMCA Modified track title this season. Tim Devendorf, Don Fenner, Doug Williams, Darren Forbes and Frank Doll Jr. all still entertain thoughts of the Mod Lite track crown. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson and Chuck Powelczyk will battle it out for the Four Cylinder Stock championship.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, August 12 will open at 5 :30 p.m. Race competition on Avon Products Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12 and ages 10-14 admitted for only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


SHEPPARD BREAKS INTO THE WINNERS CIRCLE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON QUALITY HARDWOODS NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Matt Sheppard won his first 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Quality Hardwoods Night. The 2005 season hasn't been kind to the young driver who was able to hold off Tim Fuller for the $2,000 payday in the G-U Hardware sponsored, Ross Motorsports owned ride.
Sean Beardsley raced out to the early lead at the start of the Quality Hardwoods DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Beardsley would lead the opening seven laps. Sheppard took the top spot away from Beardsley on lap eight. With 10-laps complete Sheppard was being followed in the top five by Beardsley, Tim Fuller, Tom Sears and Pat Ward.
At the halfway mark Sheppard was being followed in the top five by Fuller, Sears, Ward and Jimmy Phelps. Ryan Phelps, Alan Johnson, Beardsley, Jeff Isabell and Billy Decker raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Sheppard and Fuller battled for the top spot the last half of the event. Sheppard never made a mistake and earned his first victory of the season.
Fuller had to settle for a second place finish. Johnson came from the rear of the field to finish third. Ward and Tom Sears finished fourth and fifth respectively. Jimmy Phelps, Decker, Ryan Phelps, Vinnie Vitale and Isabell crossed the finish line in positions sixth through tenth respectively.
Alan Johnson earned the victory in the DIRT 358 Modified main event. Dale Planck, Matt Sheppard, Donnie Wetmore Jr. and Dave Rauscher completed the top five feature finishers. It was Johnson's third straight victory in the mini-series races.
Kevin Bates won his fifth 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. With the victory the young driver from the state of Pennsylvania increased his point lead. Shane Donath, Jeremy Pitcher, Sam Reakes IV and Roy Bresnahan followed Bates across the finish line. Bates took the top spot away from Donath on lap-18 and never gave it back.
John Pietrowicz claimed his third 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race victory of the season last Saturday night. T.J. Fitzgibbons, Ron Marsden, Ray Maloney and Rick Duanehauer followed Pietrowicz across the finish line. Pietrowicz inherited the feature lead on lap-18 when leader Jason Rood had to pit with a flat tire. Pietrowicz never gave the lead back.
Brandon Warner won his first ever 20-lap Pure Stock feature race last Saturday night. Rusty Marsden, Phil Marsden, Gary Barton and Chad Crouse completed the top five feature finishers. Warner inherited the lead on lap seven when race leader Dave Emmons looped his car. Warner then earned the popular victory by beating Rusty and Phil Marsden to the finish.
Chad Guthrie earned the victory in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Matt Wetter, Skip DeGroff, Mark Johnston, Kevin Alfred finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Mod Lites all in competition. Show time is 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

QUALITY HARDWOODS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Matt Sheppard, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Tom Sears, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Decker, Ryan Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Jeff Isabell, Dan Vauter, Scott Prentice, Tony Buffa, Chad Phelps, John Barker, Sean Beardsley, Todd Town, Tim Harris, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Ryan Richardson, Dave Rauscher, Tim Sears, Jim Witko, Bob Holland, Dale Planck.
DIRT 358 MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Dale Planck, Matt Sheppard, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Dave Rauscher.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Kevin Bates, Shane Donath, Jeremy Pitcher, Sam Reakes IV, Roy Bresnahan, Mike Bowman, Matt Janczuk, Jim Bowman, Mark Yorker, Rob Bellinger, Alan Fink, Dave Reilley, Stewart Garrison, Ricky Quick, Mike Holmes, Brett Tonkin, Ryan Baye, Mark Davison, Joe Williams Jr., Walt McArdell, Chris Hile, Chris Higgins, Mike Entwistle, Greg Doust.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---John Pietrowicz, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Ron Marsden, Ray Maloney, Rick Duanehauer, Dave Meeks, Jim Evans, Dale Guernsey, Jason Rood, Scott Beeles, Jack Terrell, Mark Alnutt, Jerry Button, Bob Buono, Ricky Breed, Bill Clark Jr.
PURE STOCKS---Brandon Warner, Rusty Marsden, Phil Marsden, Gary Barton, Chad Crouse, Jay McGillicuddy, Ricky DeGroff, Ron Hawker, Gary Donahue, Adam Guilds Jim Donaldson, Van Grant, Justin Parkhurst, Debbie Whalen, Chuck Lacey, Rob Whipple, Bill Thomas, Zeke McKeown, Steve Woodworth, Dave Emmons, Bob Whipple, Jim Wallace, Joe Briere, Chris Smiedy, Todd Koegel.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Matt Wetter, Skip DeGroff, Mark Johnston, Kevin Alfred.


JOHNSON BENEFITS FROM BOWER'S MISFORTUNE TO WIN FERRIS INDUSTRIES DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson benefited from Chuck Bower's misfortune to win the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race last Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Ferris Industries Night. Bower appeared headed to victory before tangling with a lapped car in the third turn of the final circuit. Johnson made it through the mishap and went on to his fifth victory of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Jeff Isabell raced out to the early lead at the start of the Ferris Industries DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Isabell led the first three laps of the race. Chuck Bower took the top spot away from Isabell on lap four. With 10-laps complete Bower was being followed in the top five by Billy Decker, Jeff Isabell, Jim Witko and Johnson.
At the halfway mark Bower was being followed in the top five by Johnson, Isabell, Witko and Bob McCreadie. Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice, Gary Tomkins and Matt Sheppard raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. In the closing laps it appeared that Bower was on his way to victory until the mishap on the final circuit.
Bower held the lead going down the back stretch of the final lap with Johnson closing in. Bower tangled with a lapped car entering the third turn and spun. This gave the lead to Johnson with the remainder of the field scattering. Bob McCreadie came from the 19th starting position to finish a strong second. Jeff Isabell, Jim Witko and Steve Hulsizer completed the top five feature finishers in the wild finish.
Sean Lias won his second 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Richard Townsend, Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell and Bill Anderson Sr. completed the top five feature finishers. Lias and Townsend had a great race for the feature victory. Lias took the lead away from Townsend for good on lap-19.
Doug Williams won his fourth 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday. Kevin Donhauser, Frank Doll Jr., Don Fenner and Tim Devendorf finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams took the lead away from Donhauser on lap-18 and never gave it back.
Glen Erwin won his second 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin and Lorrie Herbert completed the top five feature finishers. The former Brewerton Speedway Track Champion led the entire distance of the main event.
Jerry Herbert won both 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature races last Friday night. Mike Watkins, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr. and Jody Curcie followed Jerry Herbert across the finish line in the opening Enduro. Matt Wetter, Kelly Smith, Chad Guthrie and Josh Herbert followed Jerry Herbert in the nightcap.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Family Autograph Night. In competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.

FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Bob McCreadie, Jeff Isabell, Jim Witko, Steve Hulsizer, Gary Tomkins, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Pat Ward, Tom Sears Jr., Ryan Phelps, Dan Vauter, Chuck Bower, Sean Beardsley, Tony Buffa, Tim Harris, Billy Decker, Joe August Jr., Tim Fuller.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Sean Lias, Richard Townsend, Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell, Bill Anderson Sr., Carmen Vona Jr., Tim Hearne, Greg Kimball, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Rich Riggs, Kevan Cook, Bob Bradt, Tony Finch, Dan Wilcox, Mike Jeffries, Steve Coit, Brian Evenden, Ken Rogers, Coleen Finch, Gary Jeffries, A.J. Kingsley, Calvin Painter, Dave Talbot, Mike Chilson.
MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Kevin Donhauser, Frank Doll Jr., Don Fenner, Tim Devendorf, Joe Isabell, Lowell Zehr, Steve Miller, Dan Williams, Joe Abbass, Chris Propheter, Rocco Leone, Jeff Barker, John Behron, Joe Garafolo, John Byrnes, Ken Gamlen, Luke Lonergan, Kevin Doll, Ray Donhauser, Kelly Skinner, Matt Cummo, Dennis Propheter, Shawn Hotaling, Matt Magner, Chris Steele.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Glen Erwin, Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Lorrie Herbert, Claude Hutchings Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Curcie, Sam Carista, Jim Quinn, Jake McConnell, Joey Delacruz, Jeff Herbert, Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh, Aron Backus, Doug Farnsworth.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO #1 TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Mike Watkins, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr., Jody Curcie.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO #2 TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Matt Wetter, Kelly Smith, Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert.


FULTON SPEEDWAY'S 20TH ANNUAL DYNOMAX VICTORIA 200 WILL USE NEW FORMAT

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway's Dynomax Victoria 200 will have a new format for the 20th annual event on Saturday, October 1. The $20,000 to win Victoria 200 will be open to any dirt type modified that is powered by a 500 cubic inch engine or less. A standard weight of 2,500 pounds will be used for all cars. Sunoco race fuel, or methanol will be allowed to power the cars. DIRT soft type tires will only be used as well as DIRT body requirements.
Fulton Speedway Management has been working on the new format since August of last season as several Fulton Speedway regulars were unable to race in the Victoria 200 due to owning big block modified engines only. The new format for the 20th annual Dynomax Victoria 200 will make the event more of an open event as it ever has been in its' history. The question is now, what will be the hot set-up to earn the huge payday.
Will the car of choice be a big block modified? How about a small block modified on methanol? Many feel at this time the hot set-up will be a small block modified. But, what type of small block modified? The event is certain to come down to driver skill, however. Another new twist for the Victoria 200 this season is that the days' starting time will be moved later in the afternoon. It is sure to be a guessing game on Saturday, October 1 to earn the $20,000 plus winners share.
The race will be sanctioned by DIRT Motorsports and will follow DIRT rules with the exception of the weight, engine and fuel rule, plus the standards that have always been used at the Victoria 200. The Dynomax Victoria 200 qualifying heat races will be lined up by a draw. There will be no time trials or two-way radios, that have never been part of the Victoria 200. Competitors will be allowed to enter a maximum of two cars in the heat races. All cars must be present and entered to compete.
Complete rules and schedule for the 20th Annual Dynomax Victoria 200 will be released soon. Go to www.fultonspeedway.com or www.victoria200.com for more information. Tickets for the 20th Annual Victoria 200 will go on sale Monday, August 8. The track office can be reached at 315-593-6531.


JOE STFANSKI SCORES CONTROVERSIAL WIN OVER ROOD AT FULTON SPEEDWAY IN PRO STOCK SPECIAL

FULTON, NY...Joe Stefanski scored a controversial win over Jason Rood in the DIRT Pro Stock feature race last Monday at Fulton Speedway. Rood had owned the race lead for the opening 23-laps in the $1,000 to win special. With just two laps to go Rood and Stefanski came together which resulted in Stefanski coming away with the top spot. Rood quickly recovered and made a run back at Stefanski, but the victory went to Stefanski by half a car length
Stefanski exited his car in victory lane in what was evident by the capacity crowds reaction a non-popular victory. Rood had to settle for a second place finish. John Pietorwicz, Ray Maloney and Jack Terrell completed the top five feature finishers in the high paying special. Allen Peters, Jeremy Clark, Bret Belden, Pat Hobbs and John Panattoni finished in positions sixth through tenth respectively. A total of 25 cars started the 25-lap event.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition continues every Saturday night with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks in action weekly. Various added attractions are featured every Saturday night. For more information on Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE.

FEATURE RESULTS---Joe Stefanski, Jason Rood, John Pietrowicz, Ray Maloney, Jack Terrell, Allen Peters, Jeremy Clark, Bret Belden, Pat Hobbs, John Panattoni, Eric Greenlief, P.J. Peters, Roy Fifield, Pete Stefanski, Ron Marsden, Scott Beeles, Ricky Breed, Dave Meeks, Jip Ortiz, Bill Clark Jr., Dan Winks, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Bob Buono, Dick Parkhurst, Lee Burnett.


ANOTHER ACTION PACKED NIGHT PLANNED AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 6TH

FULTON, NY...Another action packed night is planned at Fulton Speedway on Saturday, August 6. In race competition on the multi-groove track will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites. The first event of the evening at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200 will start promptly at 7 p.m.
Tim Fuller is in search of his fourth straight track title at Fulton Speedway. Fuller is the current point leader with Alan Johnson just 20 points behind. Johnson has made up steady ground after the opening night weight issue. Pat Ward is currently third in the rankings and still has title hopes of his own. Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Jeff Rudalavage, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears and Vinnie Vitale complete the top ten in the current standings.
Kevin Bates appears headed to his first ever Fulton Speedway Track Championship in the DIRT Sportsman class. T.J. Fitzgibbons and John Pietrowicz are separated by only seven points as of this writing as they battle for the DIRT Pro Stock championship. Russ Marsden is in search of another Pure Stock championship, but Chad Crouse is still in striking distance.
The popular Mod Lite division will make another appearance at Fulton Speedway this Saturday. The class competes weekly on Friday nights' at the nearby Brewerton Speedway. Well over 100 cars will compete in the professional race program this Saturday night. Adult admission is $12 and ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Everyone nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, August 6 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. For more information go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


FINAL FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT OF THE SEASON ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 5TH AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...The final Family Autograph Night of the 2005 season at Brewerton Speedway will be presented by Syracuse.com on Friday, August 5. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon on this special night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and the Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson is in search of yet another track title at Brewerton Speedway in the headline DIRT Big Block Modified division. The veteran driver continues to click with his third different team in as many seasons. Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Tim Fuller and Pat Ward still entertain title hopes of their own, but Johnson appears headed to the championship in the Jeff Rudalavage owned ride.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill and Les Hubbard are the three drivers at the top of the IMCA Modified standings. Anderson and Hill have won the championship before, while Hubbard is looking for his first. Darren Forbes and Tim Devendorf are involved in a close battle for the Mod Lite Track Championship. Russell Erwin and Todd Williamson are separated by only 26 points to date in the Four Cylinder Stock class.
This Friday night will be the final Family Autograph Night of the season at Brewerton Speedway. At the conclusion of all the qualifying events, all drivers will be invited out to the front stretch of the track with their cars. Fans of all ages will then be allowed on the track to obtain autographs, take pictures, collect give-aways and meet their favorite drivers.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, August 5 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Syracuse.com Family Autograph Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12 and ages 10-14 priced at only $5.All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.


Tatnell Captures World of Outlaws Sprint Series Fulton Speedway Debut

Fulton, NY — July 25, 2005 — By Chris Dolack, World of Outlaws Senior Writer

With cars scattered back and forth in the top and bottom grooves Monday night in the World of Outlaws Sprint Series debut at Fulton Speedway, Brooke Tatnell had the right combination of moves to slide to the front and pick up his second victory of the season.

Through qualifying, none of the 26 cars in the pits were able to make the high side of the 3/8-mile paperclip oval work to their advantage. But once the green flag waved on the 40-lap feature, the field scattered behind Craig Dollansky, who led the first 30 laps after charging to the lead from the outside of the front row.

Dollansky immediately went to the top in the first corner and made it work while pole-sitter Paul McMahan and Jason Sides remained low, trying to keep momentum going on the bottom.

A rash of early cautions, mostly for front suspension damage, didn’t help Dollansky. Eventually, a caution with 23 laps down led to an open red flag for fuel with Dollansky continuing to lead, followed by Steve Kinser, Jason Sides, Shane Stewart, Brooke Tatnell, fast qualifier Joey Saldana and Donny Schatz, who had charged from 18th to seventh. The open red allowed teams to make adjustments to their cars, but after leading from the start Dollansky’s team had to be cautious with what it changed.

On the restart, Dollansky went back to the top, as did Kinser. Sides realized the bottom was a better fit for his car and slid past Kinser off of Turn 2 with 25 laps down. Then Tatnell also slipped past Kinser, who said later he was finding it difficult to keep heat in his tires.

Then Sides and Tatnell thrilled the pack grandstands with a series of slide jobs, going back and forth from one corner to the next for four laps before Tatnell finally stole second off the exit of Turn 2 with 11 laps to go.

The sixth caution of the race waved with 10 to go, and on the restart Tatnell closed on the Dollansky. Both went low off of Turn 4 then high in Turns 1 and 2. Kinser entered the mix by getting around Sides low in Turn 4 as Tatnell charged under Dollansky going into Turn 1 for the lead on Lap 31 just before another caution waved, this time for Chuck Hebing’s car.

With nine to go, Tatnell went back to the top on the restart as Kinser, who slid past Dollansky in Turn 2, tried to make something happen on the bottom. But the eighth caution of the race, this for Lucas Wolfe’s machine in Turn 2 halted Kinser’s momentum.

From there is was a four-car fight to the finish, with Tatnell and Dollansky going high and Kinser and Sides trying the bottom. Tatnell pushed his car hard, opening a gap to second where Kinser was able to hold off Sides at the finish with Dollansky in fourth. Saldana finished fifth, followed by Schatz, Terry McCarl, Kraig Kinser, Danny Lasoski and McMahan. McCarl’s top-10 finish was particularly impressive because front suspension damage to his car was the cause for the fifth caution of the race. After quick repairs, he restarted at the back of the field with only 17 laps to go but still managed to work back through the field.

“We were good from the get-go,” said Tatnell, the newest member of the Mean 15 who collected $10,000 for his efforts Monday night. “That was the biggest thing. We got laughed at for running around the top in the Dash, but we were happy to make it work at the start and then we could make the bottom work whenever I had to get off the top. You can’t be a follower when you’re starting mid-pack. I really thought tonight was going to be one lane, follow-the-leader but it proved me wrong. We just had an awesome car. I could maneuver the top and the bottom. The more I just stayed calm and back-peddaled the quicker we were.”

Tatnell’s run will help soften his experiences in the past few races, where he struggled in one of the preliminaries at the Williams Grove Speedway Summer Nationals and wrecked in the Kings Royal at Eldora. His recovery boosted the Rush Racing car to fourth in owners’ points.

“It’s a credit to these guys,” he said. “There are a lot of car owners who would have thrown their hands up and said stuff it after last weekend at Williams Grove or destroying the car at Eldora, but these guys never give in. That’s what is making us what we are today as a team. They have so much faith in me and I have every belief in them. I’m just proud of this whole deal. I’m just honored to be driving the Segway/Steel Dreams car.”

It was difficult to determine whether or not cautions helped or hindered the leaders. It appeared some machines were better on long green-flag runs while some others were able to take advantage of the restarts to either hold ground or gain some spots.

“I think [the cautions] hurt us more than they helped us,” said Tatnell, a native of San Souci, New South Wales, Australia. “Yeah, we passed some cars on each restart but I think we would have passed [Dollansky] without the yellows because everybody was bottled up. Whether Craig would have checked out, I don’t know. Most guys didn’t seem to be able to move around where we could. That was the biggest thing with us. We found a different line when everybody else was playing follow-the-leader.”

For Kinser, it marked the second race in a row where a red flag let his tires cool so much he struggled to get them back up to racing temperature.

“I just can’t take off after I get heat in the tires and they cool off,” said Kinser, who leads the championship standings by 393 points in his quest for a 20th championship. “I’m struggling there. Finally on one caution I got down on the bottom and caught a little moisture and made a little bit of a move, but the last couple of laps I was just blocking everybody to stay where I was at.

“Longer green runs help me, but if there wouldn’t have been any yellows at the end I doubt I would have ever got Craig. I don’t know why they seal the tires over. I guess because we get them so hot when we’re running on long runs, maybe hotter than everybody else’s. We had the same thing happen at the Grove. We had a yellow come out and then a red and couldn’t take back off again.”

While Sides credited his best finish of the season to luck, it probably had more to do with him watching what the racers around him were doing and changing his line until he found one that was fast.

“It’s a lot of luck,” said Sides, a Mean 15 racer from Bartlett, Tenn. “We just happened to have a good car tonight. Whether it was me or the car or people falling out or what, maybe the cautions fell at the right time, I don’t know. It was a good run for us and we needed it bad.

“I watched Steve when he got by me and he was on the top so I started running the top. It was good, but when he went back to the bottom I followed him and got back by Dollansky when Steve went by him. On a day like this, after the top fell off in Turn 2, I decided to go back to the bottom without watching anybody else. If they’re going to pass you, make them do it on the outside. Don’t give them the easy part on the bottom. That’s what I’ve always been taught so I just got back to the bottom. If they were going to pass me, they were going to have to do it on the bottom.”

That strategy worked as Sides held off Dollansky down the stretch to hang onto third.

“I think if we didn’t have that red flag we probably had a real good shot of winning it,” said Dollansky, a Mean 15 racer from Elk River, Minn., who has 17 top-five runs this season. “But I think some teams were able to adjust their racecars under that red flag. I began to get loose as the race wore on. We definitely could have tightend ourselves up a bit and got a little better under that red flag, but we didn’t. When you’re leading, you don’t really know what you need to do there. Some other people might as well give it a shot and adjust their cars and try to get better.

“You’re out there running and the track changes as the race wears on. It’s just a matter of trying to do the right things with it before you roll out to the racetrack. Once you have a red flag and you open it and adjust on the racecars, that can make or break you sometimes.”

Whether it was adjustments under the red flag or whether Tatnell’s car was simply dialed into what the racing surface was giving, he needed only a lap on the restart with 10 to go to grab the lead.

“I just banzaied him going into Turns 1 and 2,” Tatnell said. “I drove to the bottom and slid up in front of him. The biggest problem was you had troubles coming off of Turn 2. I made the same maneuver probably eight times on Joey before I ever pulled it off because I left Joey enough room on the outside. I’m going to race cars hard and I’m going to race them clean, but I’m not going to run into guys. These guys are starting to realize that about us. I’ll leave them room, but when I’m clearing you, I’m clearing you.

“The biggest thing is, when you’re sliding each other like that it’s the one guy who makes a hiccup twice in one lap. I slid him, he slid me. The first guy who made two hiccups in one lap was going to be the loser.”

After departing Fulton Speedway, the Outlaws make about a 700-mile trek July 27 to Hartford Speedway Park in Hartford, Mich., then go north to Princeton, Minn., for the July 29-30 Princeton National. The series kicks off August with races Aug. 3 at Lawrenceburg Speedway in Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Aug. 5 at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.

FULTON SPEEDWAY NOTEBOOK
• Brooke Tatnell’s victory Monday at Fulton Speedway was his second of the season after he also won July 4 at Cedar Lake Speedway. … Fred Rahmer’s victory July 23 at Williams Grove made him the 15th different World of Outlaws A-feature winner this season, and the 19th different winner including preliminary events. … Steve Kinser earned his series-leading 14th A-feature victory by winning the Kings Royal. Kinser also has a preliminary feature win this season in the Eagle Nationals at Eagle Raceway. … Kraig Kinser won his fourth A-feature of the season in June at Knoxville Raceway. He also has a preliminary feature win at Las Vegas. … Jason Meyers earned his fourth win of the season July 2 at Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, N.D. … Donny Schatz also has four A-feature victories, at Parramatta, Las Vegas and Houston and Joliet, Ill. … Tim Shaffer’s victory July 19 in the Silver Cup was his third of the season, going with wins Lake Ozark Speedway and Thunderbowl Raceway. … Brian Paulus won June 28 at Huset’s Speedway for his second victory of the season, and picked up a preliminary feature win in the following race at Red River Valley Speedway. … Sammy Swindell won his second A-feature of the season June 4 at Eldora Speedway. Swindell also has a preliminary feature win April 8 at Eldora. … Craig Dollansky has won two features, most recently at Powercom Park, and he also has two preliminary feature wins. … Single-event winners include Stevie Smith July 13 at Attica Raceway Park, Tim Kaeding June 11 at Sheboygan County Fair Park, Daryn Pittman April 23 at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Chad Kemenah July 9 at I-55 Raceway, and Jeff Shepard Feb. 11 at Volusia Speedway Park. … In preliminary features, Danny Lasoski has won twice while Joey Saldana, Paul McMahan and Jason Johnson have each won once.
Fulton Speedway is a high-banked, paper-clip 3/8-mile oval. Including last night, the series has raced nine times this season on tracks that length, at Pike County Speedway, Houston Raceway Park, Batesville Speedway, Outlaw Motor Speedway, 81 Speedway, Huset’s Speedway, Cedar Lake Speedway, Attica Raceway Park and Fulton Speedway. Steve Kinser held off Brooke Tatnell to win at Pike County, Donny Schatz edged Steve Kinser at Houston, Kraig Kinser dominated at Batesville, Steve Kinser snuck past Jason Meyers late at Outlaw, Daryn Pittman cruised to victory at 81 Speedway, Jason Meyers outlasted the field at Sharon on a night when several top contenders ran into various trouble, Brian Paulus started on the pole and won at Huset’s, Brooke Tatnell picked up his first win of the year at Cedar Lake and his second at Fulton, and Stevie Smith won at Attica.
With 26 sprint cars in the pits as the Outlaws visited the heart of modified country, there was no B-main at Fulton Speedway. The 12 fastest qualifiers who finished in the top six of their heat races advanced to the two Dashes.
In the Stacker 2 Dash, Paul McMahan surged to the front and raced away from the field to win a Dash for the second time in three race nights. Jason Sides was second followed by Daryn Pittman, Steve Kinser, Kraig Kinser and Joey Saldana.
In the second Dash, Craig Dollansky led flag-to-flag as Shane Stewart finished second and was followed by Jason Meyers, Tim Shaffer and Brooke Tatnell. Brandon Wimmer was credited with sixth after he was pinched coming off of Turn 4 with a lap down, leaving his car with front end damage.
In the first heat, Craig Dollansky swept into the lead off of Turn 4 and held off Paul McMahan after two late cautions to take the checkered flag. Tim Shaffer, Donny Schatz, Joey Saldana and Brian Paulus rounded out the rest of the top six finishers.
In the second heat, Danny Lasoski and Ryan Coniam raced side-by-side for a lap before Lasoski pulled ahead and drove to victory. Daryn Pittman slid into second with three laps down, with Shane Stewart, Coniam, Kraig Kinser and Jason Meyers rounding out the top six finishers.
In the third heat, Craig Keel started on the pole and drove to the bottom in Turns 1 and 2 as Jac Haudenschild went high. Jason Sides darted to the inside of Haudenschild to grab second. Steve Kinser, Brandon Wimmer, Haudenschild and Brooke Tatnell rounded out the top six finishers.
Joey Saldana turned a lap around the 3/8-mile, high-banked oval in 14.627 seconds at 92.295 mph to establish the single-lap record as the World of Outlaws Sprint Series made its debut Monday night at Fulton Speedway. It was the third time this season Saldana was the fastest qualifier.
After departing Fulton Speedway, the Outlaws make a long trek July 27 to Hartford Speedway Park in Hartford, Mich., then go north to Princeton, Minn., for the July 29-30 Princeton National. The series kicks off August with races Aug. 3 at Lawrenceburg Speedway in Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Aug. 5 at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.
The Outdoor Channel will air at 8 p.m. (ET) July 27 and Aug. 3 all of last weekend’s action from Eldora Speedway. The Outdoor Channel will then broadcast the Silver Cup at 8 p.m. (ET) on Aug. 10. The Outdoor Channel will air the Cleveland Brothers Summer Nationals from Williams Grove at 8 p.m. (ET) on Aug. 17.
The Official World of Outlaws Sprint Series Web site is at http://www.dirtmotorsports.com/sprint. Among the features are updated driver biographies with individual statistics and pictures, race-by-race statistics, detailed track information and race coverage, series news and team press releases. Also, links to the press kit and official rulebook can also be found at the bottom of the home page.
If fans can’t get to a track to see the series, they can experience the excitement of the World of Outlaws Sprint Series live on Dirtvision.com through the DIRT Radio Network. To listen to the audio broadcasts, log on to www.dirtvision.com and click on the DIRT Radio Network logo. Listeners will need Windows Media Player 9 or higher to listen to the DIRT Radio Network. For technical support or questions, e-mail webmaster@dirtvision.com.
The World of Outlaws Sprint Series is brought to the fans across the country by several sponsors and partners, including series sponsors Hoosier Racing Tire, Stacker 2, and The Outdoor Channel. Promotional Partners include AMB i.t., RACEceiver, HUMMERSGONEWILD.COM, Zippo Lighters, The University of Northwestern Ohio, Timberwolf, and Race Punk apparel. Slick 50 is an Associate Program Sponsor and Contingency sponsors include DART Machinery, MSD Ignitions, and Wrisco Industries.

World of Outlaws Statistical Report; Fulton Speedway; July 25, 2005
Qualifying
1) Joey Saldana, Woodward 2, 14.627
2) Jason Meyers, Elite Racing Team 14, 14.687
3) Steve Kinser, Kinser 11, 14.752
4) Brooke Tatnell, Rush Racing 8, 14.906
5) Daryn Pittman, Titan Racing USA 21, 14.916
6) Terry McCarl, McCarl 24, 14.949
7) Tim Shaffer, Parsons 6, 14.960
8) Kraig Kinser, Kinser 11K, 14.983
9) Brandon Wimmer, Two Winners Racing 7TW, 15.055
10) Jason Sides, Sides Motorsports 7S, 15.092
11) Shane Stewart, Rudeen Racing 26, 15.101
12) Paul McMahan, Helm 11H, 15.140
13) Craig Dollansky, Karavan 7, 15.260
14) Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, 15.312
15) Jac Haudenschild, Roth 83, 15.630
16) Craig Keel, Pottorff 9, 15.697
17) Ryan Coniam, BANCON 46, 15.751
18) Donny Schatz, Schatz 15, 15.803
19) Brian Paulus, Pender 28, 15.854
20) Chuck Hebing, Deming 21C, 15.903
21) Lucas Wolfe, Allebach 5W, 15.961
22) Mike Stelter, Stelter 36, 15.993
23) Jason Solwold, Carnahan R19, 16.002
24) Jared Zimbardi, Zimbardi 35, 16.469
25) Jeremy Barnard, Barnard 86, 16.508
26) Dick Spadaro, Spadaro 29, 17.610

First Heat Race (8 laps)
1) Craig Dollansky
2) Paul McMahan
3) Tim Shaffer
4) Donny Schatz
5) Joey Saldana
6) Brian Paulus
7) Terry McCarl
8) Mike Stelter
9) Jeremy Barnard

Second Heat Race (8 laps)
1) Danny Lasoski
2) Daryn Pittman
3) Shane Stewart
4) Ryan Coniam
5) Kraig Kinser
6) Kraig Kinser
7) Chuck Hebing
8) Jason Solwold
9) Dick Spadaro

Third Heat Race (8 laps)
1) Craig Keel
2) Jason Sides
3) Steve Kinser
4) Brandon Wimmer
5) Jac Haudenschild
6) Brooke Tatnell
7) Lucas Wolfe
8) Jared Zimbardi

Stacker 2 Dash (6 laps, finishing order determined inside first 6 rows of A-feature)
1) Paul McMahan
2) Jason Sides
3) Daryn Pittman
4) Steve Kinser
5) Kraig Kinser
6) Joey Saldana

Second Dash (6 laps, finishing order determined outside first 6 rows of A-feature)
1) Craig Dollansky
2) Shane Stewart
3) Jason Meyers
4) Tim Shaffer
5) Brooke Tatnell
6) Brandon Wimmer

A-main (40 laps)
1) Brooke Tatnell [$10,000]
2) Steve Kinser [$5,500]
3) Jason Sides [$3,200]
4) Craig Dollansky [$2,800]
5) Joey Saldana [$2,500]
6) Donny Schatz [$2,300]
7) Terry McCarl [$2,200]
8) Kraig Kinser [$2,100]
9) Danny Lasoski [$2,050]
10) Paul McMahan [$2,000]
11) Brian Paulus [$1,500]
12) Shane Stewart [$1,200]
13) Jac Haudenschild [$1,100]
14) Jason Solwold [$1,050]
15) Brandon Wimmer [$1,000]
16) Mike Stelter [$900]
17) Jared Zimbardi [$800]
18) Lucas Wolfe [$800]
19) Jeremy Barnard [$800]
20) Chuck Hebing [$800]
21) Ryan Coniam [$800]
22) Daryn Pittman [$800]
23) Jason Meyers [$800]
24) Dick Spadaro [$800]
25) Tim Shaffer [$800]
26) Craig Keel [$800]
Lap leaders: Craig Dollansky 1-30, Brooke Tatnell 31-40
Notes: Jason Solwold changed engines after warm-ups.


FULLER EARNS FIRST FULTON SPEEDWAY VICTORY OF THE SEASON ON FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Tim Fuller won his first 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Saturday on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. The two-time defending Fulton Speedway Track Champion had been consistent all season, but unable to crack into the winners' circle until now. The victory for the Bob and Michele Faust owned, B&F General Machine sponsored car was worth $2,000.
Chad Phelps led the opening lap of the Fernandez Auto Mall DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the outside pole starting position. Phelps would only lead the opening circuit after spinning in between the first and second turn on lap one. Ryan Phelps inherited the top spot at this time. The second generation driver would lead the 26-car starting field through lap eight.
Fuller took the top spot away from Ryan Phelps on lap nine. At the halfway point Fuller and Ryan Phelps continued to race in the top two positions with Tom Sears, Alan Johnson and Billy Decker following in the top five. Jimmy Phelps, Jeff Rudalavage, Pat Ward, Jeff Isabell and Ryan Richardson raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
In the closing laps Fuller went unchallenged to the drop of the checkered flag. The battle for positions second through fifth was a tremendous one with plenty of two and three wide action. At the finish Decker earned the second place position ahead of Johnson, Ryan Phelps and Tom Sears. Rudalavage, Jimmy Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Ward and Matt Sheppard completed the top ten feature finishers.
Roy Bresnahan won his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday in his crate powered ride. Greg Doust, Mike Bowman, Matt Janczuk and Joey Williams completed the top five feature finishers. Bresnahan led the entire distance in the non-point feature race.
John Pietrowicz also became a two-time feature winner last Saturday. Pietrowicz earned the victory in the 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock finale. Joe Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Billy Clark and Bob Buono finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
Phil Marsden won his fourth 20-lap Pure Stock feature race last Saturday night. Rusty Marsden, Jay McGilliccuddy, Brandon Warner and Ricky DeGroff completed the top five feature finishers. Phil Marsden passed Rusty Marsden on the final lap to earn the feature race victory.
Doug Williams won his first 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Saturday night. Don Fenner, Kevin Donhauser, Ray Donhauser and Tim Devendorf finished in positions second through fifth respectively.
This Monday, July 25 the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will make its' first ever visit to Fulton Speedway. A DIRT Pro Stock special will also be contested. Tickets are still available for the history making event. Grandstand gates open at 5 p.m. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Weekly DIRT Motorsports competition will continue on Saturday, July 30 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stock, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers in competition. Gates open at 5 p.m. Show time is 7 p.m.
For more information on any Fulton Speedway event please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531.

FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Tom Sears Jr., Jeff Rudalavage, Jimmy Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, John Barker, Scott Prentice, Ryan Richardson, Dave Axton, Vinnie Vitale, Sean Beardsley, Chad Phelps, Tony Buffa, Jim Witko, Dan Vauter, Tim Harris, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Bob Bennett, Bob Holland, A.J. Romano, Tim Sears.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Roy Bresnahan, Greg Doust, Mike Bowman, Matt Janczuk, Joey Williams, Walt McArdell, Jeff Stevenson, Jeremy Pitcher, Mike Holmes, Jim Bowman, Rick Amo, Mark Davison, Chris Hile, Ricky Quick, Alan Fink, Roger West, Mike Entwistle, Shawn Donath, Dave Reilley, Mark Yorker, Jordan Bennett, Sean McCarthy, Sam Reakes IV.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---John Pietrowicz, Joe Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Bill Clark Jr., Bob Buono, Jason Rood, Mark Alnutt, Jack Terrell, Ron Marsden, Dale Guernsey, Ray Maloney, Dick Parkhurst, Ricky Breed, Dan Winks, Scott Beeles, Rick Duanehauer, Lee Burnett, Dave Meeks, Cheryl Guernsey, Jeremy Clark, Jerry Button.
PURE STOCKS---Phil Marsden, Rusty Marsden, Jay McGilliccuddy, Brandon Warner, Rick DeGroff, Gary Donahue, Gary Barton, Chad Crouse, Curt Prevo, Steve Woodworth, Rob Whipple, John Smith, Don Stevenson, Van Grant, Debbie Whalen, Ted Crawford, Bob Whipple, Adam Guilds, Joe Buske, Todd Koegel, Justin Parkhurst, Josh Blackwell, Eric Storrs, Dan Hofmann Sr.
MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Don Fenner, Kevin Donhauser, Ray Donhauser, Tim Devendorf, Rocco Leone, Frank Doll Jr., Chris Propheter, Ken Gamlen, John Byrnes, Dan Williams, Joe Isabell, Steve Miller, Matt Cummo, Jeff Barker, Shawn Hotaling, Lowell Zehr, Darren Forbes, Joe Abbass, Luke Lonergan, Dennis Propheter.


BIG SHOW PLANNED AT FULTON SPEEWAY THIS SATURDAY ON QUALITY HARDWOODS NIGHT

FULTON, NY...A big show is planned at Fulton Speedway this Saturday on Quality Hardwoods Night. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro drivers. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7 p.m. Regular admission prices will be in effect for the action packed program.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will compete in a 35-lap main event this Saturday. Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Billy Decker, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, Jeff Rudalavage, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Jim Witko, A.J. Romano, John Barker, Sean Beardsley, Ryan Phelps, Tim Sears, Jeff Isabell and Ryan Richardson will all look to run up front in the event.
Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams and Brett Tonkin are the top five drivers currently in the DIRT Sportsman class. T.J. Fitzgibbons, Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz, Bill Clark Jr. and Dick Parkhurst are the top five drivers to date in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden, Chad Crouse, Steve Woodworth, Curt Prevo and Ron Marsden have enjoyed success this season in the Pure Stock class.
The DIRT 358 Modifieds will compete in another of the mini-series races this Saturday night. This date was added after the rainout on July 16. The Four Cylinder Enduro competitors will return to the high-banked track for another non-stop 25-lap event. Fans will be treated to a wild show this Saturday at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, July 30 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Quality Hardwoods Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


FULLER AND TOMKINS WIN BREWERTON SPEEDWAY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURES ON CHINA TOWNE FURNITURE NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller and Gary Tomkins each claimed a 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature win at Brewerton Speedway last Friday on China Towne Furniture Night. Fuller scored a thrilling victory over Bob McCreadie in the nightcap feature race. It was Fuller's fourth feature win of the season. Tomkins earned the victory in the rain delayed feature from July 8. It was Tomkin's third win of the year.
Vic Coffey jumped out to the early lead at the start of the nightcap DIRT Big Block Modified main event. With five laps complete Coffey was being chased in the top five by Bob McCreadie, Jeff Isabell, Pat Ward and Chuck Bower. Coffey would lead the opening nine laps of the main event. McCreadie took the top spot away from Coffey on lap-10.
Fuller became the third different leader of the race on lap-12. At the halfway mark Fuller continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Ward, McCreadie, Matt Sheppard and Billy Decker. Scott Prentice, Gary Tomkins, Alan Johnson, Coffey and Steve Hulsizer raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
Just when it appeared that Fuller would go unchallenged for the victory, McCreadie made a tremendous charge using the bottom portion of the track. McCreadie got even and edged ahead of Fuller on several occasions as the duo raced in two distinct grooves. In the end, Fuller would hold on for the victory in the event which had the large crowd in attendance on their feet.
McCreadie had to settle for a strong second place finish. Ward, Decker and Johnson completed the top five feature finishers.
Tom Sears Jr. raced out to the early lead at the start of the rain delayed DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. After five laps Sears continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Sean Beardsley, Steve Hulsizer, Tomkins and Jim Witko. Sears would lead the first 14-laps of the main event. Tomkins found room under Sears on lap-15 to take command of the field.
At the halfway mark Tomkins was being chased in the top five by Sears, Beardsley, Hulsizer and Billy Decker. Witko, Scott Prentice, Alan Johnson, Ryan Phelps and Pat Ward raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Decker worked up from the 13th starting position to third on lap-23. One circuit later Decker lost power on the track and was done for the event.
Johnson started to make his way to the front in the late going. A caution with two laps to go regrouped the field, but Johnson was unable to overtake Tomkins. It was the second straight victory at the D-shaped DIRT Demon for the Elaine James Motorsports team. The victory was worth $2,000. Johnson had to settle for second while Tim Fuller moved up late for third. Sears and Prentice completed the top five feature finishers.
Richard Townsend won his second straight 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Greg Kimball, Tim Hearne, Les Hubbard and Johnny Hill completed the top five feature finishers behind Townsend. On lap eight Townsend took the top spot away from Kimball and would lead the rest of the way to the victory.
Doug Williams won his third 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. Don Fenner, Frank Doll Jr., Joe Abbass and Tim Devendorf followed Williams across the finish line. Williams took the top spot away from Doll on lap-16 and never gave it back.
Russell Erwin won his third 15-lap Four Cylinder main event of the season last Friday night. Jeff Herbert, Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh and Lorrie Herbert finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Erwin took the top spot away from Jeff Herbert on lap six and never gave it back.
Chad Guthrie earned the victory in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature race. Chad Dupra, Randy Shantel, Kelly Smith and Josh Herbert completed the top five feature finishers.
Motorsports entertainment will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition. The Four Cylinder Enduro drivers will battle in double features. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.

CHINA TOWNE FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS FROM JULY 8TH---Gary Tomkins, Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Tom Sears Jr., Scott Prentice, Pat Ward, Steve Hulsizer, Sean Beardsley, Bob McCreadie, Vic Coffey, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Jim Witko Jr., Billy Decker, Ray Bliss, Tim Harris.
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Bob McCreadie, Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko Jr., Gary Tomkins, Chuck Bower, Steve Hulsizer, Dan Vauter, Vic Coffey, Tom Sears Jr., Tony Buffa, Ray Bliss, Todd Stewart, Jeff Isabell, Sean Beardsley, Tim Harris, Ryan Phelps.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Richard Townsend, Greg Kimball, Tim Hearne, Les Hubbard, Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Jr., Tony Finch, Kevan Cook, Steve Coit, Calvin Painter, Mike Jeffries, A.J. Kingsley, Ken Rogers, Dan Wilcox, Bob Bradt, Gary Jeffries, Dale Caswell, Coleen Finch, Rich Riggs, Dave Talbot, Carmen Vona Jr., Bill Anderson Sr., Mike Chilson.
MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Don Fenner, Frank Doll Jr., Joe Abbass, Tim Devendorf, Ray Donhauser, Kevin Donhauser, Joe Isabell, Rocco Leone, Dan Williams, Kevin Doll, Chris Steele, Matt Cummo, Steve Miller, Chris Propheter, John Byrnes, Joe Garafolo, Ken Gamlen, Luke Lonergan, Matt Magner, Brad Shova, Dennis Propheter, Kelly Skinner, Shawn Hotaling, Lowell Zehr, Darren Forbes, Darren Austin, Paul Klagler, Jeff Barker, Brenda Rice.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Russell Erwin, Jeff Herbert, Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh, Lorrie Herbert, Chuck Powelczyk, Glen Erwin, Daryl Carl, Mike Lewis, Adrian Gilbert, Todd Williamson, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Curcie, Sam Carista, Erie Nier, Joey Delacruz, Doug Farnsworth, Robert Burke.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Chad Dupra, Randy Shantel, Kelly Smith, Josh Herbert.


MONTH OF JULY CONCLUDES AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY WITH ANOTHER ACTION PACKED RACE PROGRAM

BREWERTON, NY...The month of July at Brewerton Speedway will conclude this Friday with another action packed race program. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro drivers will all be in competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will battle in double features. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Multi-time Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Champions Alan Johnson and Billy Decker are the top two currently in the season standings. Gary Tomkins, Tim Fuller and Pat Ward still entertain title hopes. Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Vic Coffey, Steve Hulsizer, Jeff Isabell, Sean Beardsley, Bob McCreadie, Dale Planck and Tom Sears will all look to improve on their season with a top finish this Friday night.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell and Mike Chilson make up the top five currently in the IMCA Modified division. Darren Forbes, Tim Devendorf, Don Fenner, Mark Cooper and Frank Doll Jr. rank in the top five as of this writing in the Mod Lite division. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh and Jeff Herbert have all enjoyed success this season in the Four Cylinder Stock ranks.
Chad Dupra, Jerry Herbert, Josh Herbert and Kelly Smith are the top drivers in the Four Cylinder Enduro standings. The class will compete in double features this Friday after their main event was washed out on July 8. Well over 100 cars will compete in the race program this Friday at Brewerton Speedway. A great evening of entertainment is in store for the entire family.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 29 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.


EARLY EVENING RAIN FORCES CANCELLATION AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...For a while last Saturday at Fulton Speedway it appeared that the track would sneak another race program by Mother Nature. But in the end Mother Nature won out as early evening rains forced the show to be called off. Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday, July 23 at Fulton Speedway. And on Monday, July 25, perhaps the biggest show in the history of Fulton Speedway will be contested when the stars of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series make their first ever appearance at the track.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites will all be in competition this Saturday, July 23 at Fulton Speedway. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. with race competition set to start at 7 p.m. Adult admission will be $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Monday, July 25 is the date of the first ever visit by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and its' Mean 15 led by Steve Kinser and Danny Lasoski to Fulton Speedway. The winner of the World of Outlaws special will claim $10,000. A $1,000 to win special for the DIRT Pro Stocks will also be contested. Advance sale tickets are still available for the highly anticipated special.
For more information on Fulton Speedway please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


TOMKINS HOLDS OFF DECKER FOR SECOND WIN OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Defending Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Champion Gary Tomkins won his second 35-lap main event of the season last Friday on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. Tomkins held off the late race charge of Billy Decker to claim the win in the Elaine James Motorsports entry. The victory for the driver from Clifton Springs, N.Y. was worth $2,000.
Bob McCreadie raced out to the early lead at the start of the Fernandez Auto Mall DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. After five circuits McCreadie continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Sean Beardsley, Tom Sears, Steve Hulsizer and Jim Witko. McCreadie, the multi-time Brewerton Speedway Track Champion would lead the opening 16 circuits.
Tomkins took the top spot away from McCreadie on lap-17. At the halfway mark Tomkins, McCreadie, Alan Johnson, Hulsizer and Scott Prentice raced in the top five positions. Decker, Tim Fuller, Witko, Chuck Bower and Pat Ward raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Johnson moved into the second position on lap-20 and started to close in on Tomkins.
Decker shortly moved in on the lead duo and made it a three car battle for the win. Decker passed Johnson on a late race restart and then tried to sweep around Tomkins as well. But, the laps ran out for Decker as Tomkins claimed the victory. Decker, Johnson, Prentice and Ward completed the top five feature finishers in the talented field.
Richard Townsend won his first ever 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday night. Tony Finch, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Sr. and Kevan Cook followed Townsend across the finish line. Townsend led the entire distance to earn the popular victory.
Don Fenner earned the victory in the rain delayed 20-lap Mod Lite main event. Steve Miller, Mark Cooper, Joe Isabell and Frank Doll Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Fenner took the lead away from Cooper on lap-14 and never gave it back. It was Fenner's first win of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Joe Isabell won his first ever 20-lap Mod Lite feature race in the nightcap event. Isabell took the top spot away from Devendorf on lap seven. In the closing laps Isabell held off all challengers to earn his first career victory.
Russell Erwin claimed the victory in the rain delayed 15-lap Four Cylinder Stock main event. Jeff Herbert, Daryl Carl, Todd Williamson and Chris Smith finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Erwin inherited the lead on lap-10 and went on to his second feature win of the season.
Glen Erwin made it a clean sweep for the Erwin brothers by winning the nightcap Four Cylinder Stock feature race. Russell Erwin, Jeff Herbert, Todd Williamson and Rich Rainville rounded out the top five feature finishers. Glen Erwin took the lead away from Jeff Herbert on lap three and never gave it back.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will compete in a pair of 35-lap features this Friday night. The IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in action. Regular admission prices will be in effect. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free.
Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.

FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Gary Tomkins, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Pat Ward, Jim Witko, Tim Fuller, Steve Hulsizer, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Mitch Gibbs, Sean Beardsley, Jeff Isabell, Dan Vauter, Todd Stewart, Bob McCreadie, Tim Harris, Tom Sears Jr., Vic Coffey, Tim McCreadie, Mike Adderley.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Richard Townsend, Tony Finch, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Sr., Kevan Cook, Tim Hearne, Mike Chilson, Steve Coit, Bill Anderson Jr., Mike Jeffries, Calvin Painter, Johnny Hill, Bob Bradt, Ken Rogers, Jon Amidon, Gary Jeffries, Carmen Vona Jr., A.J. Kingsley, Dale Caswell, Dave Talbot, Dan Wilcox, Richard Clew, Coleen Finch, Greg Kimball.
MOD LITES FROM JULY 8TH---Don Fenner, Steve Miller, Mark Cooper, Joe Isabell, Frank Doll Jr., Doug Williams, Joe Abbass, Darren Forbes, Dan Williams, Ken Gamlen, John Byrnes, Rocco Leone, Joe Garafolo, Kevin Doll, Darren Austin, Luke Lonergan, Larry Casbohm, Matt Cummo, Tim Devendorf, Dennis Propheter, Brenda Rice, Lowell Zehr, Kelly Skinner, Chris Propheter, Ray Donhauser, Kevin Donhauser, John Behron, Matt Magner.
MOD LITES---Joe Isabell, Doug Williams, Don Fenner, Tim Devendorf, Dan Williams, Darren Forbes, John Behron, Joe Abbass, Mark Cooper, Rocco Leone, John Byrnes, Kevin Donhauser, Matt Cummo, Kevin Doll, Ken Gamlen, Joe Garafolo, Chris Propheter, Larry Casbohm, Steve Miller, Kelly Skinner, Lowell Zehr, Shawn Hotaling, Darren Austin, Brenda Rice, Luke Lonergan, Jeff Barker, Matt Magner, Frank Doll Jr., Ray Donhauser.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS FROM JULY 8TH---Russell Erwin, Jeff Herbert, Daryl Carl, Todd Williamson, Chris Smith, Rich Rainville, Mike Lewis, Joey Delacruz, Lorraine Powelczyk, Doug Farnsworth, Sam Curcie, Chuck Powelczyk, Glen Erwin, Rich Murtaugh, Matt Fay, Sam Carista, Robert Burke.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Glen Erwin, Russell Erwin, Jeff Herbert, Todd Williamson, Rich Rainville, Chuck Powelczyk, Daryl Carl, Chris Smith, Sam Curcie, Doug Farnsworth, Lorrie Herbert, Lorraine Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh, Chris Kranz, Sam Carista, Robert Burke, Mike Lewis, Rick Angle, Matt Fay.


THREE AND FOUR WIDE COMPETITION TO RETURN TO FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, JULY 23RD
ON FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL NIGHT


FULTON, NY...Three and four wide DIRT Motorsports competition will return to Fulton Speedway on Saturday, July 23. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites will all be in competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7 p.m. sharp.
Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Billy Decker, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, Jeff Rudalavage, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Jim Witko, A.J. Romano, John Barker, Sean Beardsley, Chad Phelps, Ryan Phelps, Tim Sears and Jeff Isabell are just some of the drivers that will look for the $2,000 winners share in the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature this Saturday.
Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams and Brett Tonkin are the top five currently in the DIRT Sportsman division. T.J. Fitzgibbons, Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz, Bill Clark Jr. and Dick Parkhurst occupy the top five slots in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden, Chad Crouse, Steve Woodworth, Curt Prevo and Ron Marsden make-up the top five to date in the Pure Stock division.
The popular Mod Lite division that competes weekly at Brewerton Speedway will make another appearance at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200 this Saturday night. Tim Devendorf and Don Fenner have both won main events on the high-banked track this season. Regular admission prices will be in effect for the five class show. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under are admitted free of charge.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, July 23 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city of Fulton.


TWO DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE RACES FRIDAY, JULY 22ND AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON CHINA TOWNE
FURNITURE NIGHT


BREWERTON, NY...Two 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature races will be contested on Friday, July 22 at Brewerton Speedway. The talented Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified field will compete in the rain delayed event from July 8, plus the regular scheduled program. IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition on China Towne Furniture Night.
Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Matt Sheppard, Ryan Phelps, Vic Coffey, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Jeff Isabell, Steve Hulsizer, Bob McCreadie, Dale Planck, Sean Beardsley and Tom Sears are some of the DIRT Big Block Modified drivers that will look for success in both 35-lap main events this Friday night. The second feature race will offer the winner a Victoria 200 All Star spot.
The IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition on China Towne Furniture Night. Regular admission prices will be in effect for the race fans bargain program. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 will be charged only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 22 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on China Towne Furniture Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.


JIMMY PHELPS POWERS TO FULTON SPEEDWAY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN ON SYRACUSE CRUNCH NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Jimmy Phelps powered to his first Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified feature win of the season last Saturday on Syracuse Crunch Night. Phelps took the lead away from Jim Witko on lap-14 and never gave it back. The victory for the Phelps Racing, J&B Installations sponsored DIRT Big Block Modified team was worth $2,000. Dave Axton raced out to the early lead at the start of the Syracuse Crunch DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. After five laps Axton continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Jim Witko, Ryan Richardson, Sean Beardsley and A.J. Romano. Axton would lead the opening six laps of the main event. Witko took the top spot away from Axton on lap seven. Witko would lead the talented field through lap-13. It was on lap-14 when Jimmy Phelps took the top spot away from Witko. At the halfway mark Phelps was being followed in the top five by Witko, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard and Pat Ward. Alan Johnson, Axton, Richardson, Jeff Rudalavage and Scott Prentice raced in positions sixth through tenth at the halfway stage. Fuller moved into the second position on lap-19 and started to close in on Phelps. The lead duo ran together for several laps, but Fuller jumped the cushion in the late going that gave the victory to Phelps in the closing laps unchallenged. Fuller held on for second with Johnson, Witko and Sheppard completing the top five feature finishers. Dave Reilley won his first ever DIRT Sportsman feature race last Saturday night. It was Reilley's first ever main event victory in 25 seasons of competition. Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Kevin Bates and Sam Reakes IV completed the top five feature finishers. Reilley led the entire 20-lap distance to earn the victory. He had to hold off Doust, Yorker and Bates to earn the victory. Ray Maloney won his second 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock main event of the season last Saturday. Bob Buono, Jack Terrell, Bill Clark Jr. and John Pietrowicz finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Maloney took the top spot away from Terrell on lap six and in the closing laps held off the challenges of Buono to earn the feature race victory. Ricky DeGroff claimed the win in the 15-lap Pure Stock finale last Saturday night. It was DeGroff's first win of the 2005 season. Rusty Marsden, Ron Marsden, Chad Crouse and Gary Barton followed DeGroff across the finish line. DeGroff led for the majority of the event and had to hold off the Marsden brothers in the closing laps to record the victory. Tim Devendorf won his second 20-lap Mod Lite feature race last Saturday night. Devendorf won the three car shoot-out for the win over Doug Williams and Frank Doll Jr. Steve Miller and Dan Williams completed the top five feature finishers. Devendorf took the lead away from Ken Gamlen on lap seven and then had to hold off Doll and Williams for the victory. Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. Race time is set for 7 p.m. at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. Monday, July 25 is the date of the first ever appearance at Fulton Speedway by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. Steve Kinser will lead the Mean 15 into the high-banked track. A $1,000 to win special for the DIRT Pro Stocks will also be contested. Advance sale tickets are still available. Race time is 7:30 p.m. for the history making show. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

SYRACUSE CRUNCH FEATURE RACE SUMMARY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Jim Witko, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Jeff Rudalavage, Billy Decker, Ryan Richardson, Dave Axton, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, A.J. Romano, Jeff Isabell, Chad Phelps, John Barker, Ryan Phelps, Todd Town, Sean Beardsley, Dan Vauter, Terry Knoblock, Tim Sears. DIRT SPORTSMAN---Dave Reilley, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Kevin Bates, Sam Reakes IV, Chris Higgins, Brett Tonkin, Rob Bellinger, Shane Donath, Roy Bresnahan, Shawn Donath, Jeff Stevenson, Matt Janczuk, Ricky Quick, Stewart Garrison, Mark Pitoniak, Mike Bowman, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher, Walt McArdell, Alan Fink, Mark Davison.

DIRT PRO STOCKS---Ray Maloney, Bob Buono, Jack Terrell, Bill Clark Jr., John Pietrowicz, Pat Hobbs, Jeremy Clark, Scott Kocher, Scott Beeles, Jim Evans, Ricky Breed, Mark Alnutt, Cheryl Guernsey, Jerry Button, Jesse Updike, Dale Guernsey, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Lee Burnett, Dick Parkhurst. PURE STOCKS---Ricky DeGroff, Rusty Marsden, Ron Marsden, Chad Crouse, Gary Barton, Dan Hofmann Sr., Steve Woodworth, Jay McGilliccuddy, Ron Hawker, Curt Prevo, Dave Janczuk, Joe Buske, George Ritchie Jr., Van Grant, Adam Guilds, Kevin Mayville, Jim Donaldson, Eric Storrs, Debbie Whalen, Bob Whipple, Dave Emmons, Rob Whipple, Brandon Warner.

MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Doug Williams, Frank Doll Jr., Steve Miller, Dan Williams, Kevin Donhauser, Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Ken Gamlen, John Byrnes, Chris Propheter, Luke Lonergan, Darren Austin, Matt Cummo, Joe Isabell, Rocco Leone, Kelly Skinner, Brenda Rice, Dennis Propheter, Shawn Hotaling, Don Fenner, Joe Abbass, John Behron, Ray Donhauser.


PRO STOCK FEATURE WINNER TO POCKET $1,000 AT FULTON SPEEDWAY SPECIAL ON MONDAY, JULY 25TH

FULTON, NY...The winner of the Pro Stock feature race at Fulton Speedway on Monday, July 25 will pocket $1,000. The Pro Stocks will compete along with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series on that night. The evening promises to be a history making one at Fulton Speedway with the first ever visit by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, plus the high paying special for the popular Pro Stocks. DIRT Rules will be followed for the Pro Stock special with the exception of any Sunoco race fuel is allowed. All competitors will draw for their heat starting position. The feature will be lined-up in a heads-up fashion. All Fulton Speedway regulars will receive 40 show-up points. The feature race paying $1,000 to win will be 25-laps in length. Advance sale ticks for the Monday, July 25 special at Fulton Speedway are now on sale. Advance sale tickets include adult general admission and reserved seats. Youth tickets and pit passes will not be sold until the gates open on race day. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com  or call the track office at 315-593-6531. Fulton Speedway pit gates on Monday, July 25 will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Hot laps will start at 6 p.m. and they will be followed by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car time trials. Actual race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for this show.


LIAS ONLY FEATURE WINNER AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY BEFORE RAIN SETTLES IN ON COCA-COLA NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Sean Lias earned a hard fought victory in the 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Lias would be the only winner on Coca-Cola Night as rain settled in and forced the cancellation of the remaining four feature events. The Mod Lite and Four Cylinder Stock feature races will be made up this Friday, July 15.
The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in twin 35-lap features on Friday, July 22. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will have two feature races on Friday, July 29
Regular admission prices will be in effect for all three weeks. Adult admission is $12 and youngsters ages 10-14 will be charged only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brian Evenden led the first four laps of the Coca-Cola IMCA Modified feature. Mike Chilson took the top spot away from Evenden on lap five. Chilson dropped out of the event on lap eight while leading. At that time Johnny Hill claimed the top spot. In the closing laps Hill and Lias swapped the lead back and forth while racing in and out of lapped traffic.
Lias won the battle at the end for the victory while Hill settled for second. Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell and Bill Anderson Sr. completed the top five feature finishers in the fast paced event that was only slowed for two minor caution periods.
For more information on Brewerton Speedway please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.

COCA-COLA FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Sean Lias, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Dale Caswell, Bill Anderson Sr., Kevan Cook, Mike Jeffries, Tim Hearne, Brian Evenden, Bill Anderson Jr., Ken Rogers, Calvin Painter, Bob Bradt, Dan Wilcox, Dave Talbot, A.J. Kingsley, Steve Coit, Jon Amidon, Carmen Vona Jr., Gary Jeffries, Mike Chilson, Rich Townsend,
Coleen Finch, Tony Finch.


FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, JULY 15TH

BREWERTON, NY...Another action packed show of professional dirt track auto racing excitement will take place at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, July 15. In race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. A special Drivers Tug of War will also be contested. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson has been the big winner this season at Fulton Speedway in the DIRT Big Block Modified division. Johnson has won four feature events this season in the Jeff Rudalavage owned car. Tim Fuller has won a total of three main events this season, while Gary Tomkins and Matt Sheppard have managed one win each. Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Vic Coffey, Scott Prentice, Bob McCreadie and Dale Planck are some of the drivers that will look to add their name to the winners list this Friday night.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Mike Chilson, Les Hubbard and Dale Caswell are the top five drivers to date in the IMCA Modified class. Darren Forbes, Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Frank Doll and Mark Cooper are the top five drivers currently in the Mod Lite division. Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh and Joey Delacruz make-up the top five currently in the Four Cylinder Stock division.
A special Drivers Tug of War will also be staged this Friday night. Which division will win the battle in the Tug of War on the front stretch? Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 will be charged only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event. The track is located on Route 11, just off of Interstate Route 81.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 15 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the 24 hour race line is reached at 315-668-RACE.


WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CARS FIRST EVER APPEARANCE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY SET FOR MONDAY, JULY 25TH

FULTON, NY...The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will make their first ever appearance at Fulton Speedway on Monday, July 25. Steve Kinser, the King of the Outlaws, will lead the invasion by the World of Outlaws Mean 15 in competition on the high-banked track. Advance sale tickets are now available for the history making show at Fulton Speedway.
Jason Meyers, Craig Dollansky, Kraig Kinser, Danny Lasoski, Donny Schatz, Paul McMahan, Shane Stewart, Tim Shaffer, Daryn Pittman, Brooke Tatnell, Tim Kaeding, Brian Paulus, Terry McCarl, Jason Sides, Joey Saldana and Brandon Wimmer are all scheduled to join Steve Kinser on Monday, July 25 at Fulton Speedway. The World of Outlaws Sprint Series features a very solid list of travelers.
Advance sale reserved seat tickets are now available. Reserved seats are the top three rows in Sections A through M. Reserved seats are priced at $33. Adult general admission tickets are priced at $30. Reserved seats and Adult general admission tickets are the only type available in advance. Pit passes and youth tickets will be sold until the gates open on Monday, July 25.
The DIRT Pro Stocks will compete in a $1,000 to win special of their own on Monday, July 25. DIRT Rules will be followed with the exception of any Sunoco race fuel will be allowed. Competitors will draw for their heat starting position. The 25-lap main event will start in a heads-up fashion. All Fulton Speedway Pro Stock competitors will receive 40 show-up points.
For more information on the history making World of Outlaws Sprint Car show at Fulton Speedway go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. Fulton Speedway is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping area will be provided for the World of Outlaws spectacular on Monday, July 25.


PRENTICE WINS FIRST EVER DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON FERNANDEZ
AUTO MALL NIGHT


FULTON, NY...Scott Prentice won his first ever 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race at Fulton Speedway last Saturday on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. Prentice was one of the drivers that joined the Fulton Speedway field at the start of the 2004 season when the track made the change to headline the DIRT Big Block Modifieds. The victory for the second generation driver from Central Square, N.Y. was worth $2,000.
Tim Sears raced out to the early lead at the start of the Fernandez Auto Mall DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the outside pole starting position. With five laps complete Tim Sears was being followed in the top five Dave Axton, Prentice, A.J. Romano and Jeff Rudalavage. Sears would lead the 25-car starting field for the first 14 circuits.
Prentice took the top spot away from Sears on the lap-15 restart. At the halfway mark Prentice, Tim Sears, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps and Matt Sheppard raced in the top five. Romano, Rudalavage, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson and Axton raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Fuller moved into the second position on lap-24.
The two-time defending Fulton Speedway Track Champion then set his sights on Prentice. Fuller was able to close in on Prentice in the closing laps, but he was never able to make the winning move past. Prentice recorded the popular win at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. Fuller had to settle for second with Jimmy Phelps, Johnson and Ward completing the top five feature finishers.
Kevin Bates won his fourth 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race last Saturday night. Bates, the current point leader, had the field covered on this occasion. Jeremy Pitcher, Greg Doust, Chris Higgins and Mike Bowman finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Bates took the top spot away from rookie driver Chris Higgins on lap-15.
Lee Burnett won his second 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race of the 2005 season last Saturday night. Ray Maloney, Bob Buono, Bill Clark Jr. and John Pietrowicz completed the top five feature finishers. Burnett passed both Maloney and Buono on lap-14 to take the feature lead. It was a lead that Burnett would never give back with the top six finishers all grouped together.
Phil Marsden won his third 15-lap Pure Stock feature race of the season last Saturday. Steve Woodworth, Rusty Marsden, Ron Hawker and Ron Marsden finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Woodworth appeared headed to his first ever Fulton Speedway Pure Stock feature race victory, but Phil Marsden made a last lap pass to steal the win away.
Chad Guthrie earned the victory in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro feature. Skip DeGroff, Jerry Herbert, Matt Wetter and Mark Johnston completed the top five feature finishers. It was Guthrie's second win of the season.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites all in competition. Race time is set for 7 p.m. For more information go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 668-RACE.

FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Scott Prentice, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Jeff Rudalavage, Tim Sears, A.J. Romano, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, John Barker, Chad Phelps, Dave Axton, Ryan Richardson, Sean Beardsley, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Dale Planck, Dave Rauscher, Jeff Isabell, Dan Vauter, Ryan Phelps, Terry Knoblock, Tim Harris, Jim Witko.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Kevin Bates, Jeremy Pitcher, Greg Doust, Chris Higgins, Mike Bowman, Joe Williams, Jim Bowman, Mark Yorker, Sam Reakes IV, Kyle Lewis, Brett Tonkin, Roger West, Alan Fink, Mark Davison, Stewart Garrison, Shane Donath, Roy Bresnahan, Dave Reilley, Chris Hile, Henry Desormeau.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Lee Burnett, Ray Maloney, Bob Buono, Bill Clark Jr., John Pietrowicz, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Ricky Breed, Jack Terrell, Dale Guernsey, Scott Beeles, Jim Evans, Dave Meeks, Mark Alnutt, Rick Duanehauer, Cheryl Guernsey, Dick Parkhurst, Fred Dennis, Jason Rood, Jesse Updike.
PURE STOCKS---Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Rusty Marsden, Ron Hawker, Ron Marsden, George Ritchie Jr., Chad Crouse, Dave Emmons, Zeke McKewon, Van Grant, Josh Blackwell, Jay McGilliccuddy, Adam Guilds, Gary Barton, Ted Crawford, Brandon Warner, Debbie Whalen, Curt Prevo, Chuck Lacey, Jim Donaldson, Rob Whipple, Dan Hofmann Sr., Joe Buske.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Skip DeGroff, Jerry Herbert, Matt Wetter, Mark Johnston.


COCA-COLA TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, JULY 8TH

BREWERTON, NY...Coca-Cola will present the action packed race program at Brewerton Speedway this Friday, July 8th. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested. The first event of the evening at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will start at 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson has won four DIRT Big Block Modified feature races so far this season and is the current point leader. Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward,
Chuck Bower, Matt Sheppard, Ryan Phelps, Vic Coffey, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Jeff Isabell, Steve Hulsizer, Sean Beardsley, Bob McCreadie, Dale Planck and Tom Sears are more of the stars that will be in action this Friday.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Mike Chilson, Les Hubbard and Dale Caswell are the top five currently in the IMCA Modified standings. Darren Forbes, Tim Devendorf, Lowell Zehr, Frank Doll Jr. and Mark Cooper make-up the top five currently in the Mod Lite division. Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Rich Murtaugh and Joey Delacruz rank in the top five currently in the Four Cylinder Stock class.
Chad Dupra is the current point leader in the Four Cylinder Enduro class. Jerry Herbert, Josh Herbert, Kelly Smith and Matt Fay follow Dupra in the standings. Also on the agenda this Friday is a special Paper Bag Race. Another interesting Paper Bag Race is sure to come about this Friday on Coca-Cola Night. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 8 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Coca-Cola Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.


FULLER RIDES CUSHION TO THIRD BREWERTON SPEEDWAY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN OF THE SEASON ON HOFMANN HOT HAUS NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller used the cushion to perfection last Friday at Brewerton Speedway in claiming the victory in the 45-lap DIRT Big Block Modified main event. It was the third triumph of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon for the driver from Edwards, N.Y. The victory for the Bob and Michele Faust owned, B&F General Machine car was worth $2,300.
Sean Beardsley raced out to the early lead at the start of the Hofmann Hot Haus DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the pole starting position. Beardsley only led the initial circuit as Scott Prentice paced the talented field on lap two. With five laps complete Prentice was being followed in the top five by Steve Hulsizer, Beardsley, Fuller and Gary Tomkins.
On lap-12 Hulsizer became the third different leader of the race after taking the top spot away from Prentice. At the halfway mark Hulsizer, Fuller, Prentice, Tomkins and Sean Beardsley raced in the top five. Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower and Ryan Phelps raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
Fuller took the top spot away from Hulsizer on lap-19. Once in front Fuller was never seriously challenged and went on to the victory. Decker came from the 11th starting position to finish second. Ward, Phelps and Alan Johnson completed the top five feature finishers. Phelps recorded his best feature finish of the season. Johnson worked up to fifth, after racing in the 11th position with five laps remaining.
Tony Finch won his second 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the 2005 season last Friday night. Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Sr., Les Hubbard and Carmen Vona finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Finch took the lead away from Brian Evenden on lap four. Finch then held off the late race challenge of defending IMCA Modified Track Champion Johnny Hill to earn the win.
Doug Williams also became a two-time feature winner this season at Brewerton Speedway. Williams earned the victory in the 20-lap Mod Lite main event. Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Rocco Leone and Ray Donhauser finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Williams took the lead from Frank Doll Jr. on lap-17 and he never gave it back.
Todd Williamson won his fourth 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Rich Murtaugh, Chuck Powelczyk, Daryl Carl and Glen Erwin followed Williamson across the finish line. Jeff Herbert led the opening eight laps of the main event. Williamson passed Herbert on lap nine and then was never challenged again for the victory.
Chad Dupra was the winner of the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro race which started 22 competitors. Dupra edged out Chad Guthrie to earn the victory. Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr. and Matt Fay completed the top five feature finishers.
Race competition will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway at 7:30 p.m. In action will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906.

HOFMANN HOT HAUS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Ryan Phelps, Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Gary Tomkins, Matt Sheppard, Dale Planck, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko Jr., Sean Beardsley, Jeff Isabell, Tim Harris, Steve Hulsizer, Vic Coffey, Tom Sears Jr., Bob McCreadie, Tim McCreadie.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Tony Finch, Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Sr., Les Hubbard, Carmen Vona, Dale Caswell, Tim Hearne, Bob Bradt, Bill Anderson Jr., Greg Kimball, Dave Talbot, Ken Rogers, Coleen Finch, Steve Coit, Mike Jeffries, Brian Evenden, Jon Amidon, Mike Chilson, Kevan Cook, Mike Smith, Calvin Painter, Rich Townsend, Dan Wilcox, Aaron Jacobs.
MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Rocco Leone, Ray Donhauser, Dan Williams, Joe Garafolo, Kevin Donhauser, Joe Isabell, Tim Devendorf, Joe Abbass, John Behron, Matt Magner, Ken Gamlen, Luke Lonergan, Sam Morse, Chris Propheter, Kelly Skinner, Frank Doll Jr., Mark Cooper, Ted York, Steve Miller, Larry Casbohm, Don Fenner, John Byrnes, Brenda Rice, Darren Austin, Kevin Doll.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Todd Williamson, Rich Murtaugh, Chuck Powelczyk, Daryl Carl, Glen Erwin, Sam Curcie, Doug Farnsworth, Russell Erwin, Lorraine Powelczyk, Sam Carista, Lee Hartzog, Robert Burke, Mike Lewis, Jeff Herbert, Lorrie Herbert, Rich Rainville, Joey Delacruz.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Dupra, Chad Guthrie, Josh Herbert, Jerry Curcie Sr., Matt Fay.


WILLIAMS SCORES MAJOR DIRT SPORTSMAN VICTORY AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Joey Williams pocketed $1,000 last Wednesday at Fulton Speedway by winning the 25-lap DIRT Sportsman special. Williams beat Kevin Bates in a photo finish to earn his first ever victory at Fulton Speedway. Williams edged out Bates by .046 seconds. The Scotia, N.Y. driver only led the event just before the drop of the checkered flag.
Greg Doust raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Sportsman main event from the outside pole starting position. After five circuits Doust was being followed in the top five by Jim Bowman, Sam Reakes IV, Bates and Williams. Doust led the first 10-laps of the main event. Bates took the lead away from Doust on lap-11 as he worked up fast from the fifth starting position.
At the halfway mark Bates, the current Fulton Speedway DIRT Sportsman point leader was being followed in the top five by Doust, Williams, Russ Hefti and Jim Bowman. Jeremy Pitcher, Mike Button, Brett Tonkin, Reakes and Mark Yorker raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively. It appeared that Bates would record another feature win until Williams stole the victory away.
The 25-lap feature was only slowed for two minor caution periods and the event found numerous top runners move to the front. Williams came from the 11th starting
position to earn the victory. Pitcher finished a strong third after starting in the 14th position. Hefti came from the 20th starting position to finish in the fourth position. A total of 22 cars finished the event in the lead lap in the competitive field.

DIRT SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH---Joey Williams, Kevin Bates, Jeremy Pitcher, Russ Hefti, Greg Doust, Jim Bowman, Brett Tonkin, Mike Button, Sam Reakes IV, Mark Yorker, Alan Fink, Rob Bellinger, Todd Town, Dave Reilley, Jeff Stevenson, Pat Votra, Chris Higgins, Mark Davison, Roy Bresnahan, Lance Willix, Chris Hile, Casey Williams, Mike Bowman.


JOHNSON SWEEPS BOTH FEATURES AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON RIVERSIDE INN NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson won both the DIRT Big Block Modified feature as well as the DIRT 358 Modified feature races last Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Riverside Inn Night. In both classes, it was the second win of the season for the winningest driver in DIRT Motorsports history. Both victories for Johnson came in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, WPC Associates sponsored cars.
Ryan Richardson raced out to the early lead at the start of the Riverside Inn DIRT Big Block Modified feature race. Jeff Isabell took the top spot away from Richardson on lap two. Richardson came right back though and took the lead away from Isabell on lap three. With five circuits complete Richardson was being followed in the top five by A.J. Romano, Isabell, Jeff Rudalavage and Billy Decker.
Romano became the third different leader in the race on lap seven. At the halfway mark Romano was being followed in the top five by Richardson, Rudalavage, Jimmy Phelps and Decker. Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward and Dale Planck raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Fans were treated to plenty of two and three wide competition throughout the field.
Jimmy Phelps took the top spot away from Romano on lap-22. Phelps would only lead two circuits as Johnson took command of the field on lap-24. Decker moved into the second position on lap-25. Decker made several runs on Johnson, but was never able to take away the lead. Decker had to settle for second with Ward, Jimmy Phelps and Sheppard completing the top five feature finishers.
Johnson was followed in the DIRT 358 Modified feature by John Lazore, Matt Sheppard, Dale Planck and Donnie Wetmore Jr. Johnson led the entire feature distance in his second DIRT 358 Modified feature win of the season in as many races.
Jim Bowman won his second 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday. Jeremy Pitcher, Joey Williams, Matt Janczuk and Kevin Bates finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Pitcher made a strong run on Bowman in the late going, but had to settle for a strong second place finish.
Bill Clark Jr. claimed his first ever 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race victory last Saturday night. Clark led the entire distance for the popular victory. The rookie driver earned his first ever feature victory ahead of T.J. Fitzgibbons, Jason Rood, Lee Burnett and John Pietrowicz
Chad Crouse won his first 15-lap Pure Stock feature race of the season last Saturday night. Crouse edged out Rusty Marsden in a close finish. Gary Barton, Curt Prevo and Ron Hawker finished in positions third through fifth respectively.
Chad Dupra earned the victory in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro race. Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Troy Engerbretsen and Chris Chasse completed the top five feature finishers. A total 0f 34-cars started the event.
The Stacker 2 World of Outlaws Late Model Series will invade Fulton Speedway this Wednesday, June 29. The race winner will earn a cool $10,000. The DIRT Sportsman will battle in a $1,000 to win special of their own. Pit gates will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. One on One Spectator Races will also be staged. Race time is set for 7 p.m.
For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line can be reached at 315-668-RACE.

RIVERSIDE INN FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Jeff Rudalavage, Ryan Richardson, Tim Fuller, Dale Planck, Jeff Isabell, John Barker, Sean Beardsley, Tom Sears, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, Chad Phelps, A.J. Romano, Jim Witko Jr., Stu Sheppard, John Lazore, Tim Sears, Bob Holland, Dan Vauter, Dave Axton, Scott Prentice.
DIRT 358 MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, John Lazore, Matt Sheppard, Dale Planck, Donnie Wetmore Jr.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Jim Bowman, Jeremy Pitcher, Joey Williams, Matt Janczuk, Kevin Bates, Roy Bresenahan, Mike Bowman, Brett Tonkin, Mark Yorker, Shane Donath, Rick Amo, Mike Holmes, Jeff Stevenson, Roger West, Mark Pitoniak, Jordan Bennett, Stewart Garrison, Mark Davison, Dave Reilley, Alan Fink, Chris Higgins, Todd Town, Sam Reakes IV, Greg Doust.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Bill Clark Jr., T.J. Fitzgibbons, Jason Rood, Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz, Jeremy Clark, Dick Parkhurst, Jim Evans, Jerry Button, Scott Beeles, Bob Buono, Jack Terrell, Ray Maloney, Cheryl Guernsey, Ricky Breed.
PURE STOCKS---Chad Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Gary Barton, Curt Prevo, Ron Hawker, Ron Marsden, Ricky DeGroff, Phil Marsden, Jay McGilliccuddy, Rob Whipple, Joe Buske, Dan Hofmann Sr., Steve Woodworth, Eric Storrs, Jim Donaldson, Dave Emmons, Josh Blackwell, Debbie Whalen, Ethan Parkhurst, George Ritchie Jr., Chuck Lacey, Gary Donahue, Adam Guilds, Brandon Warner, Van Grant.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Dupra, Jerry Herbert, Chad Guthrie, Troy Engerbretsen, Chris Chasse.


ALAN JOHNSON WINS FOURTH OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON KINNEY DRUG STORES NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson continued his mastery of Brewerton Speedway last Friday on Kinney Drugs Stores Night. Johnson won his fourth 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Johnson worked up from the 14th starting position to make the move for the victory past Matt Sheppard on lap-28.
Steve Hulsizer raced out to the early lead at the start of the Kinney Drugs Stores DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Hulsizer only led the first circuit. Tim Fuller took the lead away from Hulsizer on lap two. With five laps complete Fuller and Hulsizer were being followed in the top five by Pat Ward, Ryan Phelps and Matt Sheppard.
Fuller would lead the talented field through lap-13. Sheppard took the top spot away from Fuller at that point. At the halfway mark Sheppard, Johnson, Fuller, Ward and Billy Decker raced in the top five. Chuck Bower, Vic Coffey, Dale Planck, Gary Tomkins and Sean Beardsley occupied positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway mark.
Sheppard and Johnson put on quite a show in racing for the top spot. It was on lap-28 when Johnson found room under Sheppard entering the second turn. Once in front the driver of the Jeff Rudalavage owned, WPC Associates sponsored car went on to the $2,000 payday. Ward worked up for second, while Decker came from the last starting position to finish third. Fuller and Sheppard completed the top five.
Carmen Vona Jr. won his first 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season last Friday night. Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard and Bob Bradt followed Vona across the finish line. Vona took the top spot away from Coleen Finch on lap three and never gave it back.
Darren Forbes won his second 20-lap Mod Lite feature race last Friday night. Lowell Zehr, Doug Williams, Frank Doll Jr. and John Behron finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Forbes took the top spot away from Don Fenner on lap nine. In the closing laps Forbes held off his teammate Zehr for the feature victory.
Chuck Powelczyk won his second 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race of the season last Friday night. Todd Williamson, Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh and Mike Lewis completed the top five feature finishers. Powelczyk took the top spot away from Rainville on lap five and never lost it.
This Friday at Brewerton Speedway will be the Holiday Spectacular. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special. The IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition plus One on One Spectator races. A huge fireworks display will also be staged. Show time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the office at 315-668-6906.

KINNEY DRUGS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Gary Tomkins, Dale Planck, Jeff Isabell, Ryan Phelps, Vic Coffey, Tom Sears, Jim Witko, Sean Beardsley, Tim Harris, Steve Hulsizer, Scott Prentice, Bob McCreadie.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Carmen Vona Jr., Bill Anderson Jr., Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Bob Bradt, Gary Jeffries, Dale Caswell, Steve Coit, Bill Anderson Jr., Dan Wilcox, Greg Kimball, Bob Ridgeway, Tim Hearne, Tony Finch, Mike Chilson, Coleen Finch, A.J. Kingsley, Rich Townsend, Ken Rogers, Mike Jeffries, Jon Amidon, Kevan Cook, Jason Amidon.
MOD LITES---Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Doug Williams, Frank Doll Jr., John Behron, Don Fenner, Kevin Doll, John Byrnes, Jeff Barker, Matt Cummo, Larry Casbohm, Ted York, Luke Lonergan, Joe Abbass, Sam Morse, Chris Propheter, Darren Austin, Rocco Leone, Brenda Rice, Mark Cooper, Joe Garafolo, Matt Magner, Dan Williams, Steve Miller, Dennis Propheter, Ken Gamlen, Tim Devendorf.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Rich Rainville, Rich Murtaugh, Mike Lewis, Russell Erwin, Sam Carista, Lee Hartzog, Sam Curcie, Aron Backus, Ed Janaskie, Glen Erwin, Lorraine Powelczyk, Doug Farnsworth, Robert Burke, Chris Kranz, Jeff Herbert, Lorrie Herbert, Daryl Carl, Joey Delacruz.


FULTON SPEEDWAY OPENS MONTH OF JULY WITH BIG PROGRAM ON FERNANDEZ AUTO MALL NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway will open up the month of July with a big program on Fernandez Auto Mall Night. In race competition on Saturday, July 2 will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. One on One Spectator Races will also be contested. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7 p.m.
Tim Fuller is the current point leader in the Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified point standings. The defending track champion is winless to date at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200, but has been consistent. Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Vinnie Vitale and Sean Beardsley complete the top ten in the current standings in the highly competitive class.
Kevin Bates continues to lead the Fulton Speedway DIRT Sportsman standings. The young Pennsylvania driver has won three main events this season. Greg Doust, Joey Williams, Mark Yorker and Brett Tonkin follow Bates in the standings. Veteran T.J. Fitzgibbons leads the way currently in the DIRT Pro Stock standings. Lee Burnett, Dick Parkhurst, John Pietrowicz and Bill Clark Jr. complete the top five as of this writing.
Defending Fulton Speedway Pure Stock Track Champion Rusty Marsden currently leads in the 2005 standings. Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Curt Prevo and Steve Woodworth follow Marsden in the current standings. Jerry Herbert is the current leader in the Four Cylinder Enduro standings over Marjorie Wallace and Mark Johnston. Fans can take to the track this Saturday as well in the One on One Spectator races.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, July 2 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Fernandez Auto Mall Night will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is reached at 315-668-RACE.


FIREWORKS TO HIGHLIGHT THE HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, JULY 1ST

BREWERTON, NY...The Holiday Spectacular presented by Hofmann Hot Haus is set for Friday, July 1 at Brewerton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in a 45-lap special. The IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will also be in competition. One on One Spectator races will be staged plus a huge fireworks display. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Brewerton Speedway hosts the best DIRT Big Block Modified field every Friday night. A 45-lap special will be contested this week. Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Matt Sheppard, Vic Coffey, Ryan Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Sean Beardsley, Jeff Isabell, Bob McCreadie, Dale Planck and Tom Sears will all look to start the holiday weekend off in victory lane.
Veteran Bill Anderson Sr. is the current IMCA Modified point leader with Mike Chilson and defending Track Champion Johnny Hill right behind. Defending Mod Lite Track Champion Tim Devendorf owns the current point lead in the class with Darren Forbes and Mark Cooper following. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson and Joey Delacruz make-up the top three currently in the Four Cylinder Stock class.
Jerry Herbert is the current point leader in the Four Cylinder Enduro ranks with Chad Dupra and Kelly Smith trailing. One on One Spectator Races will also be a part of the Holiday Spectacular. And don't forget about the famous Brewerton Speedway fireworks display. The Hofmann Hot Haus Holiday Spectacular promises to match its' title with action on and off the track.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, July 1 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will begin at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $14, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free. Free parking and overnight camping area is also provided. For more information go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE.


CLASSIC COUNTRY WSCP 101.3 and 101.7 BECOMES OFFICIAL COUNTRY STATION OF THE BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAYS FOR THE 2005 RACING SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced recently that Classic Country WSCP 101.3 and 101.7 would become the official country station of both racetracks for the 2005 racing season. “We are very pleased to be associated with WSCP”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton and Fulton Speedways. “This will be a great association for us, since WSCP carries live NASCAR racing every week, and weekly race shows that talk about the racing at our tracks."

Classic Country 101.3 & 101.7 WSCP is your station for fast cars & country stars, and features all time country hits and the legends. WSCP is the only station in Syracuse which covers Nextel Cup and Busch Series events, and carries Pat Bombard’s World of Racing which includes: the Monday Morning Refresher, Garage Pass, NASCAR Today, the Ned Jarrett Show, NASCAR Country USA, NASCAR Live, MRN’s NASCAR Performance, Around the Tracks, & Racing Country. For more information, log on to www.wscp.net

Brewerton Speedway is in operation every Friday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Various added attractions add to the excitement every Friday night. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906. Brewerton Speedway is located on Route 11 in Brewerton and is just minutes off of Interstate Route 81.

Fulton Speedway comes alive every Saturday evening with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks as weekly classes. Special attractions highlight the show every Saturday night. For more information on line go to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531. Fulton Speedway is located on Route 57 just south of the city of Fulton.


WARD CLAIMS THIRD WIN OF THE SEASON AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON BURKE'S DO IT BEST HOME CENTERS NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Pat Ward won his third Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified feature race of the season last Saturday on Burke's Do It Best Home Centers Night. Ward worked his way up patiently from the 14th starting position to earn the victory in the Gypsum Express DIRT Big Block Modified rain. The victory for the LJL Motorsports team was worth $2,000.
Donnie Wetmore Jr. jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Burke's Do It Best Home Centers DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. After five laps Wetmore continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Vinnie Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Pat Ward and Jim Witko. Wetmore would lead the first 10-laps of the main event.
Vitale took the top spot away from Wetmore on lap-11. At the halfway mark Vitale continued to lead and was followed in the top five by Tim Fuller, Ward, Wetmore and Tom Sears. Ryan Phelps, Alan Johnson, Witko, Steve Hulsizer and Jimmy Phelps raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
It was on lap-20 when Ward moved into the lead by passing both Vitale and Fuller. In the closing laps Ward was able to pull away and went on for a comfortable victory over the talented field. The battle for second through sixth was a torrid one. Tom Sears worked up for a strong second place finish with Fuller, Johnson and Vitale completing the top five feature finishers.
Kevin Bates won his third 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race last Saturday. Brett Tonkin, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Holmes and Mark Yorker followed Bates across the finish line. Fellow Pennsylvania drivers Bates and Tonkin battled for the feature race victory throughout the last half of the race.
Jason Rood claimed his first 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race victory of the season last Saturday. Dick Parkhurst, Jeremy Clark, Bob Buono and Ray Maloney finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Rood took the lead away from Bill Clark Jr. on lap-17 and held on the rest of the way for the victory.
Ron Hawker won his first 15-lap Pure Stock feature race of the season last Saturday. Chad Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Ron Marsden and Chuck Lacey finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Hawker took the lead away from Crouse on lap-13 and went on for the victory over the competitive field.
Don Fenner earned the victory in the 20-lap Mod Lite feature race. Doug Williams, Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr and Frank Doll Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Fenner took the top spot away from Zehr on lap seven and never gave it back. Williams and Forbes made it a three car race for the feature victory.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition. Race time is set for 7 p.m.
The World of Outlaws Late Model Series will invade Fulton Speedway on Wednesday, June 29 with $10,000 on the line for the feature winner. A $1,000 to win DIRT Sportsman race will also be contested. Advance sale tickets are available for the only WoO Late Model appearance this season at Fulton Speedway.
For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.  

BURKE'S DO IT BEST HOME CENTERS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Pat Ward, Tom Sears, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Vinnie Vitale, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Dale Planck, Ryan Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Jim Witko, Jimmy Phelps, Jeff Rudalavage, Tim Sears, Sean Beardsley, Dan Vauter, John Barker, Chad Phelps, Dave Rauscher, Dave Axton, Billy Decker, A.J. Romano, Jeff Isabell, Scott Prentice, Matt Sheppard.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Kevin Bates, Brett Tonkin, Sam Reakes IV, Mike Holmes, Mark Yorker, Alan Fink, Matt Janczuk, Roy Bresenahan, Greg Doust, Jeremy Pitcher, Shawn Donath, Rick Amo, Dave Reilley, Jordan Bennett, Chris Higgins, Walt McArdell, Mike Bowman, Shane Donath, Mark Davison, Roger West, Rob Bellinger, Jim Bowman, Stewart Garrison, Joe Williams Jr., Todd Town.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Jason Rood, Dick Parkhurst, Jeremy Clark, Bob Buono, Ray Maloney, Jack Terrell, Jim Evans, Bill Clark Jr., Paul Stoneburg, Lee Burnett, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Bernie Merithew, Dale Guernsey, Cheryl Guernsey, John Pietrowicz, Ricky Breed, Mark Alnutt.
PURE STOCKS---Ron Hawker, Chad Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Ron Marsden, Chuck Lacey, Steve Woodworth, Jay McGilliccuddy, Dave Emmons, Curt Prevo, Joe Buske, George Ritchie Jr., Van Grant, Rick DeGroff, Rob Whipple, Jim Donaldson, Gary Barton, Phil Marsden, Debbie Whalen, Adam Guilds, Ethan Parkhurst, Gary Donahue, Dan Hofmann Sr., Brandon Warner, Josh Blackwell, Bill Thomas.
MOD LITES---Don Fenner, Doug Williams, Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Frank Doll Jr., Tim Devendorf, Joe Garafolo, Dan Williams, John Behron, Darren Austin, Joe Abbass, Kevin Doll, John Byrnes, Ken Gamlen, Jeff Barker, Rocco Leone, Ted York, Matt Cummo, Sam Morse, Chris Propheter, Kelly Skinner, Luke Lonergan, Kevin Donhauser, Brenda Rice, Dennis Propheter, Shawn Hotaling.


TEST AND TUNE PRACTICE SESSION ADDED AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON MONDAY, JUNE 20TH

BREWERTON, NY...A Test and Tune Practice session has been added at Brewerton Speedway on Monday, June 20. The session will start at 7 p.m. Pit admission is only $10 and grandstand admission is free for the test and tune. All cars are welcome to the Test and Tune that will give all competitors an opportunity to test out the new clay surface that was recently put down on the track.
Actual race competition at Brewerton Speedway will start-up again on Friday, June 24. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in competition on Kinney Drug Stores Family Autograph Night. Race time is 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Children nine years of age and under will be admitted free.
For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com


RAIN AND WET GROUND FORCE CANCELLATION AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Rain and wet grounds forced the cancellation at Brewerton Speedway last Friday night. It was the second rain-out of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue on Friday, June 24 with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks in action on Kinney Drugs Family Autograph Night.
Current point leaders in the respective divisions at Brewerton Speedway include Alan Johnson in the DIRT Big Block Modified class, Bill Anderson Sr. in the IMCA Modified ranks, Tim Devendorf in the Mod Lite division and Russell Erwin in the Four Cylinder Super Stock class. All point races are close with the season nearing the half-way stage.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 24 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Kinney Drugs Family Autograph Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton and is just minutes off of Interstate Route 81.

CURRENT POINT STANDINGS
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson 372, Billy Decker 356, Gary Tomkins 338, Tim Fuller 316, Pat Ward 310, Chuck Bower 310, Matt Sheppard 280, Vic Coffey 258, Ryan Phelps 255, Steve Hulsizer 247.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Bill Anderson Sr. 265, Mike Chilson 247, Johnny Hill 238, Dale Caswell 223, Les Hubbard 221, Bill Anderson Jr. 217, Tim Hearne 215, Ken Rogers 212, Mike Jeffries 211, Tony Finch 210.
MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf 370, Darren Forbes 340, Mark Cooper 328, Frank Doll Jr. 312, Don Fenner 291, Lowell Zehr 282, Dan Williams 268, Joe Garafolo 264, Matt Magner 248, Doug Williams 240.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Russell Erwin 372, Todd Williamson 350, Joey Delacruz 341, Chuck Powelczyk 336, Aron Backus 302, Jeff Herbert 288, Rich Murtaugh 288, Doug Farnsworth 281, Sam Curcie 234, Darryl Carl 224.


$10,000 ON THE LINE TO WINNER OF WORLD OF OUTLAWS LATE MODEL SPECIAL AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH

FULTON, NY...The winner of the Stacker 2 World of Outlaws Late Model special at Fulton Speedway on Wednesday, June 29 will pocket a cool $10,000. The best Late Model drivers from throughout the entire nation will be in action at Fulton Speedway on that evening in their only 2005 appearance this season at the popular Oswego County track. Actual race competition will start at 7:30 p.m.
Scott Bloomquist and Dan Schlieper have won World of Outlaws Late Model features in the past at Fulton Speedway. Billy Moyer, Darrell Lanigan, Rick Eckert, Dale McDowell, Steve Francis, New York native Tim McCreadie, Chub Frank, Clint Smith, Josh Richards, John Blankenship, Brian Birkhofer and Mike Balzano are some of the drivers that will look to add their name to the winners list in WoO Late Model competition at Fulton Speedway.
Besides "Dirty Dozen" member Tim McCreadie, local fans will have others to watch at Fulton Speedway on Wednesday, June 29. Billy Decker competed in both World of Outlaws Late Model shows at Fulton Speedway last season. Vic Coffey battled in the first ever event last June. Southern Modified driver Ricky Elliott turned a lot of heads last October. Tim Fuller will look to make his first ever WoO start at Fulton Speedway on June 29.
The Stacker 2 World of Outlaws Late Models will be joined by the DIRT Sportsman in a $1,000 to win special. Both classes took part in the same race program last June that was highly successful. Pit gates will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. That will be followed by hot laps and the WoO time trials. Actual race competition will start at 7:30 p.m.
Advance sale tickets are available for adult admission and reserved seating. Adult tickets are priced at $28. Reserved seats are marked at $30. The top three rows in Sections A-M are reserved seats. Grandstand admission for those 14 and under will be $10. Member pit admission is $30 and non-member pit admission is $35. Youth grandstand tickets and pit passes will not be sold until the gates open on race day.
For more information on the only Stacker 2 World of Outlaws Late Model show at Fulton Speedway please call the track office at 315-593-6531. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com and at www.worldofoutlawslatemodelseries.com.  


SPORTSMAN TO COMPETE IN A $1,000 TO WIN SPECIAL AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH IN CONJUNCTION
WITH WORLD OF OUTLAWS LATE MODELS


FULTON, NY...Sportsman competitors from throughout the region will compete in a $1,000 to win special at Fulton Speedway on Wednesday, June 29. The Sportsman will race along with the Stacker 2 World of Outlaws Late Model Series on that evening. Both classes were featured in the same race program last season at Fulton Speedway and another classic is expected this season on Wednesday, June 29.
The rules for the Sportsman portion of the race program on Wednesday, June 29 will follow DIRT rules, except for the following items. Any type of Sunoco race fuel will be allowed. All competitors will draw for their heat starting position. The feature race will be lined-up in a heads-up type format. Every car in competition on Wednesday, June 29 will receive 40 show-up points towards the season point chase.
For more information on the $1,000 to win Fulton Speedway special for the Sportsman racers on Wednesday, June 29 please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. Pit gates will open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. Actual race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. sharp. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


PROFESSIONAL DIRT MOTORSPORTS COMPETITION RETURNS TO FULTON SPEEDWAY ON RIVERSIDE INN NIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 25TH

FULTON, NY...Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will return to Fulton Speedway on Riverside Inn Night, Saturday, June 25. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. The great evening of family entertainment at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200 will start at 7 p.m.
Billy Decker is the current Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified point leader. Decker is in search of his first ever season track title at Fulton Speedway. Past Champions Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard and Jimmy Phelps currently follow Decker in the standings. Pat Ward, A.J. Romano, Scott Prentice, Sean Beardsley, Jim Witko, Jeff Rudalavage, Chad Phelps and John Barker will all look to be in contention this Saturday night.
The second Fulton Speedway DIRT 358 Modified event of the season will also be staged this Saturday. Alan Johnson won the opener over Dale Planck, Steve Hulsizer, Matt Sheppard and Tim Sears. The 358 Modifieds will compete in a feature race only. The complete format and procedures for the 358 Modified races at Fulton Speedway can be found on www.fultonspeedway.com.
Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Joey Williams, Mark Yorker and Dave Reilley are the current top five in the DIRT Sportsman class at Fulton Speedway. T.J. Fitzgibbons, John Pietrowicz, Lee Burnett, Joe Stefanski and Dick Parkhurst have all enjoyed success this season in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden, Phil Marsden, Chad Crouse, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Curt Prevo are the top five currently in the Pure Stock division.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 25 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Riverside Inn Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Regular admission prices will be in effect. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free.


FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT PRESENTED BY KINNEY DRUGS AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, JUNE 24TH

BREWERTON, NY...It will be Family Autograph Night on Friday, June 24 at Brewerton Speedway. In race competition on Kinney Drug Stores Night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. The family autograph session will be staged between the qualifying and features races this Friday night. The first event of the evening will start at 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson is the current point leader in the DIRT Big Block Modified division at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Johnson has won three main events to date. Tim Fuller has won two main events this season against the Brewerton Speedway all-star field. Gary Tomkins and Matt Sheppard have managed one win each as of this writing. Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Vic Coffey, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice and Bob McCreadie will all look to break into the winners circle this Friday night.
Bill Anderson Sr., Mike Chilson, Johnny Hill, Dale Caswell and Les Hubbard make-up the top five drivers currently in the IMCA Modified division. Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes, Mark Cooper, Frank Doll Jr. and Don Fenner have all enjoyed success this season in the Mod Lite class. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Joey Delacruz, Chuck Powelczyk and Aron Backus complete the top five drivers in the Four Cylinder Stock division.
Brewerton Speedway is the track in Central New York that started the popular Family Autograph Night many, many years ago. At the conclusion of all the qualifying races, all cars and drivers will be invited out to the front stretch. At that time fans of all ages will be allowed on the track to meet their favorite drivers, obtain autographs and take pictures of their favorite drivers. Many of the race teams respond with give-aways to the fans.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 24 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Kinney Drug Stores Family Autograph Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, just minutes off of Interstate Route 81.


WARD EDGES SEARS AND WITKO IN WILD FULTON SPEEDWAY SYRACUSE.COM BIG BLOCK MODIFIED MAIN EVENT

FULTON, NY...The large crowd in attendance at Fulton Speedway last Saturday were treated to a hot DIRT Big Block Modified main event on a very hot evening. Pat Ward claimed the victory in the 35-lap Syracuse.com main event. The veteran driver edged out Tom Sears Jr. and Jim Witko Jr. for the $2,000 payday. The top three raced virtually three wide during the final circuits.
Donnie Wetmore Jr. raced out to the early lead at the start of the Syracuse.com DIRT Big Block Modified main event from the pole starting position. With five laps complete Wetmore continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Witko, Dan Vauter, Tony Buffa and Ward. Wetmore would lead the opening 12 circuits before Witko took the position away.
Witko's lead would only be a brief one with Wetmore back leading the 26-car starting field on lap-15. This time Wetmore's lead was also a brief one with Witko back in command on lap-17. At the halfway point Witko was followed in the top five by Ward, Wetmore, Vauter and Sean Beardsley. Buffa, Ryan Phelps, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice and Tim Fuller raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway mark.
Ward took the lead away from Witko on lap-22, but Witko raced right back on the top side to regain the top spot on the next circuit. At this point of the event Sears closed in on the lead duo and made it a three car shoot-out for the victory. Ward officially regained the lead on lap-30 and as it turned out the driver of the Gypsum Express DIRT Modified would never lose it again.
Sears and Witko finished in second and third respectively, their best outings of the season at Fulton Speedway. Fuller, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice and Vauter completed the top ten feature finishers.
Roy Bresenahan earned his first ever DIRT Sportsman 20-lap feature race victory last Saturday night. Bresenahan also became the first driver to win a DIRT Sportsman feature race at Fulton Speedway using the new crate engine. Matt Janczuk, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher and Greg Doust completed the top five feature finishers. Bresenahan led the entire distance for the history making win.
Lee Burnett won his first 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race of the 2005 season last Saturday. The former Fulton Speedway Track Champion is hoping to turn his season around with the victory. John Pietrowicz, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Mark Alnutt and Jack Terrell finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Burnett earned the victory by holding off Pietrowicz and Fitzgibbons in a three car battle for the win.
Rusty Marsden won his fourth 15-lap Pure Stock feature race of the season the hard way last Saturday night. Marsden was the winner of a four car shoot-out over Dan Hofmann Sr., Phil Marsden, Ron Marsden and Chad Crouse. Rusty Marsden took the lead away from brother Ron Marsden on lap-13 and then held off Hofmann and Phil Marsden for the victory.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Mod Lites all in action. Race time is set for 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.

SYRACUSE.COM FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Pat Ward, Tom Sears, Jim Witko, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Dan Vauter, Chad Phelps, A.J. Romano, Sean Beardsley, Ryan Richardson, Ryan Phelps, Tim Harris, Dave Rauscher, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Jeremie Corcoran, Vinnie Vitale, Tony Buffa, John Barker, Tim Sears, Jeff Isabell, Jeff Rudalavage, Dave Axton.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Roy Bresenahan, Matt Janczuk, Joe Williams Jr., Jeremy Pitcher, Greg Doust, Kevin Bates, Brett Tonkin, Mike Holmes, Dave Reilley, Todd Town, Sam Reakes IV, Chris Higgins, Roger West, Shane Donath, Mark Yorker, Mark Pitoniak, Mike Bowman, Alan Fink, Jim Bowman, Chris Hile.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Mark Alnutt, Jack Terrell, Bob Buono, Jeremy Clark, Scott Beeles, Cheryl Guernsey, Jerry Button, Ricky Breed, Ray Maloney, Dick Parkhurst, Bill Clark Jr., Dale Guernsey, Jesse Updike, Jim Evans.
PURE STOCKS---Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Phil Marsden, Ron Marsden, Chad Crouse, Steve Woodworth, Dave Emmons, Rob Whipple, Curt Prevo, Gary Donahue, George Ritchie Jr., Gary Barton, Chuck Lacey, Brett Buono, Jim Donaldson, Van Grant, Debbie Whalen, Ethan Parkhurst, Joe Buske, Brandon Warner, Jay McGilliccuddy, Ron Hawker, Bill Thomas.


JOHNSON BEATS COFFEY IN PHOTO FINISH AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON QUALITY HARDWOODS NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson beat Vic Coffey in a photo finish last Friday at Brewerton Speedway in the 35-lap Quality Hardwoods DIRT Big Block Modified main event. It appeared that Coffey was going to win his first ever feature race at the D-shaped DIRT Demon, but Johnson had a different plan in earning the $2,000 payday. It was the third photo finish in the last four feature races on the multi-groove track for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds.
Tony Buffa raced out to the early lead at the start of the Quality Hardwoods DIRT Big Block Modified feature race from the pole starting position. Buffa would lead the opening four circuits. On lap five Steve Hulsizer took the top spot away from Buffa. Vic Coffey, Jeff Isabell and Chuck Bower followed the lead duo with five circuits complete.
At the halfway mark Hulsizer continued to lead the talented field with Coffey, Isabell, Buffa and Johnson following in the top five. Buffa, Bob McCreadie, Billy Decker, Ryan Phelps and Matt Sheppard raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Hulsizer and Coffey battled for the lead, lap after lap. It was on lap-27 when Coffey took the lead away from Hulsizer.
The second and final caution period of the race came on lap-31 when Tim Fuller stopped on the backstretch. This put Johnson right behind Coffey on the restart and set-up another tremendous finish at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. It appeared that Coffey was on his way to his first ever DIRT Big Block Modified feature race win at Brewerton Speedway.
But, coming out of the fourth turn of the final lap Johnson made one more attempt for victory. Johnson made the move work and claimed the victory by .049 seconds in the WPC Associates ride. Coffey had to settle for second with Isabell, Sheppard and Bower completing the top five feature finishers. Decker, Gary Tomkins, Hulsizer, Phelps and Pat Ward rounded out the top ten finishers.
Dale Caswell earned his second 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race victory of the season last Friday. Tony Finch, Bill Anderson Sr., Tim Hearne and Kevan Cook finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Caswell took the top spot away from last weeks' feature winner Tony Finch on lap nine and would lead the field until the drop of the checkered flag.
Dan Williams won his first 20-lap Mod Lite feature race last Friday night. Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Tim Devendorf and Rocco Leone completed the top five feature
finishers. Williams held off both Forbes and Zehr in the late going to record the victory. Williams took the top spot away from a strong running Leone on lap eight and held on for the victory.
Joey Delacruz won his second 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Friday. Glen Erwin, Todd Williamson, Rich Murtaugh and Daryl Carl followed Delacruz across the finish line. Delacruz inherited the lead on lap-10 when Williamson flipped his car. Delacruz held on for the victory, while Williamson recovered for a third place finish,
Louie Jackson claimed the victory in the first ever Stacker 2 Pro Stock Super DIRT Series race last Friday night. John Pietrowicz, P.J. Peters, Clayton Benedict and Jack Terrell finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Jackson took the top spot away from Peters on lap-13 and never gave it back. The entire 25-lap distance was caution free racing.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in competition. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.

QUALITY HARDWOODS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Vic Coffey, Jeff Isabell, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Steve Hulsizer, Ryan Phelps, Pat Ward, Tony Buffa, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Dale Planck, Frankie Caprara, Tom Sears, Sean Beardsley, Bob McCreadie, Tim Fuller, Tim Harris.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Dale Caswell, Tony Finch, Bill Anderson Sr., Tim Hearne, Kevan Cook, Bill Anderson Jr., Mike Jeffries, Dave Talbot, Mike Chilson, Greg Kimball, Ken Rogers, Coleen Finch, Carmen Vona Jr., Calvin Painter, Les Hubbard, Bob Bradt, A.J. Kingsley, Brian Evenden, Jon Amidon, Dan Wilcox, Rich Townsend, Steve Coit.
MOD LITES---Dan Williams, Darren Forbes, Lowell Zehr, Tim Devendorf, Rocco Leone, Frank Doll Jr., Joe Abbass, Kevin Doll, Joe Garafolo, Doug Williams, Don Fenner, Matt Magner, Jeremy Clark, Chris Propheter, Brad Shova, Ken Gamlen, Darren Austin, Kelly Skinner, Mark Cooper, Brenda Rice, Dennis Propheter, Luke Lonergan, John Byrnes, Sam Morse, Rick Rogala, Jeff Barker, Joe Isabell, Matt Cummo, Larry Casbohm.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Glen Erwin, Todd Williamson, Rich Murtaugh, Daryl Carl, Doug Farnsworth, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Lorrie Herbert, Sam Carats, Chris Kranz, Sam Curcie, Lorraine Powelczyk, Aron Backus, Lee Hartzog, Chris Smith, Jeff Herbert.
STACKER 2 PRO STOCK SERIES---Louie Jackson, John Pietrowicz, P.J. Peters, Clayton Benedict, Jack Terrell, Joey Ladouceur, Allen Peters, Jody Swamp, Dave Bruno, Roch Aubin, Ricky Thompson, Robbie Grant, Mitchell Jock, Greg Ezard, Rick Spencer, Jeremy Clark, Pat Hobbs.


AVON PRODUCTS TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, JUNE 17th WITH FIRST 500 ADULT FANS TO RECEIVE NYS LOTTERY TICKET

BREWERTON, NY...Avon Products will present the race program at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, June 17. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. The first 500 adults will receive a Mega Millions Free Play coupon. Representatives from the Syracuse Crunch will also be in attendance for an action packed evening both on and off the track.
Alan Johnson is the current point leader in the DIRT Big Block Modified division at Brewerton Speedway with two feature race victories to date. Tim Fuller has alsomanaged two wins over the all-star cast, while Gary Tomkins and Matt Sheppard have managed one win each. Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps,
Sean Beardsley, Scott Prentice, Jim Witko, Steve Hulsizer, Vic Coffey and Bob McCreadie are some of the drivers that will look to add their names to the winners list this Friday night.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Mike Chilson, Les Hubbard and Dale Caswell make-up the top five drivers currently in the IMCA Modified class. Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper, Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr. and Don Fenner rank in the top five in the Mod Lite standings. Russell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz and Aron Backus have all enjoyed success this season to date in the Four Cylinder Stock class.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 17 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Avon Products Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. Come on out early and check out the displays by the folks from Avon Products, NYS Lottery and the Syracuse Crunch.


BURKE'S DO IT BEST HOME CENTERS TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, JUNE 18TH

FULTON, NY...Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will return to Fulton Speedway on Saturday, June 18. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Mod Lites will all be in action on Burke's Do It Best Home Centers Night. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7 p.m. sharp. Well over 100 cars will participate in the big five class show.
Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson and Jeff Isabell have all won DIRT Big Block Modified feature races so far this season at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. Decker is the only repeat winner to date. Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Jimmy Phelps, Jeff Rudalavage, John Barker, A.J. Romano, Sean Beardsley, Vinnie Vitale, Tim Sears, Ryan Phelps and Steve Hulsizer are some of the drivers that will look to add their name to the winners list.
Young Kevin Bates continues to lead the DIRT Sportsman standings over veteran Greg Doust. Newcomer to Fulton Speedway this season, Joey Williams, is a strong third in the rankings. Joe Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons and John Pietrowicz make-up the top three currently in the DIRT Pro Stock standings. Russ Marsden, Phil Marsden and Chad Crouse are the top three currently in the Pure Stock division. Tim Devendorf won the opening Mod Lite feature of the season at the track two weeks ago.
Fulton Speedway track gates on Saturday, June 18 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Burke's Do It Best Home Centers Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


WORLD OF OUTLAWS STACKER 2 LATE MODEL SERIES ONLY VISIT TO FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SEASON QUICKLY APPROACHING ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH

FULTON, NY...Fans of the World of Outlaws Stacker 2 Late Model Series will only have one opportunity to witness all the stars of the nation-wide touring group in competition this season at the famous Fulton Speedway. Wednesday, June 29 is the date that the "Dirty Dozen" will invade Central New York and do battle on the multi-groove, high-banked track. The first heat event of the evening will start at 7:30 p.m
Billy Moyer is the current point leader in the World of Outlaws Stacker 2 Late Model Series point standings. Darrell Lanigan, Rick Eckert, Dale McDowell, Steve Francis, Tim McCreadie, Chub Frank, Clint Smith, Josh Richards, Dan Schlieper, John Blankenship, Shane Clanton, Scott Bloomquist and Brian Birkhofer follow Moyer in the current rankings.
Local DIRT Big Block Modified standouts Billy Decker, Tim Fuller and Vic Coffey will also be in competition on Wednesday, June 29 in the World of Outlaws Stacker 2 Late Model Series event. Decker and Fuller have been getting a lot of track time at Fulton Speedway in the Gypsum Express Late Models practicing for the $10,000 to win special. All three drivers will look to take on the Dirty Dozen and more.
The DIRT Sportsman will complete the race program on Wednesday, June 29 in a $1,000 to win special. Both classes took part in the same race program in June of 2004 that fans still talk about today. Advance sale adult tickets and reserved seat tickets are now available. Adult tickets are priced at $28 and reserved seats are marked at $30. Reserved seats are the top three rows in Sections A through M.
Member pit passes will be $30. Non-member pit passes will be $35. Admission for those 14 and under in the grandstand is priced at $10. Pit passes and youth tickets will not be sold until the gates open on race day. No saving of seats with a blanket will be allowed until the main grandstand opens. No coolers of any type will be allowed in the stands. Lawn chairs will not be allowed in the grandstands.
For more information on the only visit this season by the World of Outlaws Stacker 2 Late Model Series please call the track office at 315-593-6531. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping area will be allowed for the Wednesday, June 29 special.


ALAN JOHNSON SCORES COCA-COLA DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson was perfect last Saturday night at Fulton Speedway. The talented driver from Phelps, N.Y. won both the DIRT Big Block Modified feature as well as the 358 Modified feature on Coca-Cola Night. Both victories came in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, WPC Associates sponsored rides.
Dave Rauscher jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Coca-Cola DIRT Big Block Modified main event. Rauscher would lead the first three circuits. Tim Sears took the top spot away from Rauscher on lap four. With ten laps complete Sears continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Vinnie Vitale, Dave Axton, Matt Sheppard and Rauscher.
Sears would lead the field through lap-17. Vinnie Vitale took command of the field at that point, which was the halfway mark of the fast paced event. Sears, Sheppard, Johnson, Axton, Ryan Phelps, Billy Decker, Jeff Rudalavage, Scott Prentice and Tim Fuller raced in positions second through tenth at the halfway stage of the race. Vitale would lead through lap-22.
It was on lap-23 when Johnson took the lead away from Vitale. Johnson worked up masterfully from the 15th starting position to take the lead without the help of a caution period to group the field together. Sheppard followed Johnson and was able to stay within striking distance, but the multi-time Fulton and DIRT Champion never made a mistake.
Johnson was the winner of the first DIRT 358 Modified feature race of the season last Saturday night. Dale Planck, Steve Hulsizer, Matt Sheppard and Tim Sears completed the top five feature finishers in the 12-lap main event. Planck led the first three circuits before Johnson slipped by. The duo ran side by side for well over half of the event.
Greg Doust won his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday night. Kevin Bates, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher and Dave Reilley completed the top five feature finishers behind Doust. On lap nine Doust took the top spot away from Pitcher and never slowed from that point. Bates won the battle for second and maintained his point lead in the division.
Ray Maloney also earned his first feature win of the season last Saturday with this triumph coming in the 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock finale. Joe Stefanski, Dick Parkhurst, T.J. Fitzgibbons and Jack Terrell finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Maloney took the top spot away from Ricky Breed on lap three and held off all challengers in the rest of the event.
Phil Marsden won his second straight 15-lap Pure Stock feature race last Saturday night. Chad Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr. and Ron Hawker rounded out the top five feature finishers. Phil Marsden took the lead away from Hofmann on lap-12 and held on for the victory over a tough field of competitors. The race was only slowed for one minor caution period.
Jerry Herbert earned the victory in the rain delayed Four Cylinder Enduro from May 21. Mike Watkins, Matt Wetter. Mark Johnston and Marjorie Wallace completed the top five feature finishers.
Chad Guthrie was the winner of the nights' scheduled Four Cylinder Enduro. Jerry Herbert, Kelly Smith, Dan Slosek and Dan Hofmann Jr. chased Guthrie across the finish line in positions second through fifth.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks all in action on Family Autograph Night. Ladies Races will conclude the great evening of family entertainment. Race time is set for 7 up.m. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com or call the track office at 315-593-6531.

COCA-COLA FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Tim Sears, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Jeff Rudalavage, Vinnie Vitale, Pat Ward, Dave Axton, Scott Prentice, A.J. Romano, Dale Planck, Sean Beardsley, Chad Phelps, John Barker, Jeff Isabell, Tom Kinsella, Dave Rauscher, Jim Witko, Tony Buffa, Dan Vauter, Ryan Phelps, Jimmy Phelps, Donnie Wetmore Jr.
DIRT 358 MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Dale Planck, Steve Hulsizer, Matt Sheppard, Tim Sears, Dave Rauscher, Donnie Wetmore Jr.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Greg Doust, Kevin Bates, Joey Williams, Jeremy Pitcher, Dave Reilley, Mike Holmes, Chris Hile, Alan Fink, Roger West, Jeff Stevenson, Chris Higgins, Scott Nash, Sam Reakes IV, Jim Bowman, Todd Town, Mark Davison, Mike Bowman, Mark Yorker, Ray Bresenahan, Shane Donath, Brett Tonkin.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Ray Maloney, Joe Stefanski, Dick Parkhurst, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Jack Terrell, Jason Rood, John Pietrowicz, Bill Clark Jr., Bob Buono, Ricky Breed, Scott Beeles, Dave Meeks, Mark Alnutt, Jim Evans, Dale Guernsey, Rick Duanehauer, Lee Burnett, Cheryl Guernsey, Bernie Merithew, Jesse Updike, Paul Stoneburg.
PURE STOCKS---Phil Marsden, Chad Crouse, Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Ron Hawker, Ricky DeGroff, Ron Marsden, Chuck Lacey, Dave Emmons, Curt Prevo, Ethan Parkhurst, Rob Whipple, Gary Donahue, Bob Whipple, Jim Donaldson, Gary Barton, Van Grant, Jay McGilliccuddy, George Ritchie Jr., Bill Thomas, Debbie Whalen, Steve Woodworth, Don Stevenson, Chuck Thomas.
ENDURO FROM MAY 21ST TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Mike Watkins, Matt Wetter, Mark Johnston, Marjorie Wallace.
ENDURO REGULAR EVENT TOP FIVE---Chad Guthrie, Jerry Herbert, Kelly Smith, Dan Slosek, Dan Hofmann Jr.


SHEPPARD HOLDS OFF McCREADIE FOR FIRST DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Young Matt Sheppard held off veteran Bob McCreadie to win his first Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified feature of the season last Friday. Sheppard took the top spot away from McCreadie on lap-16 of the 35-lap main event and never gave it back. The victory for the Ross Motorsports owned, G-U Hardware sponsored machine was worth $2,000.
Bob McCreadie raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. After five circuits McCreadie continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Sheppard, Jeff Isabell, Tony Buffa and Ryan Phelps. With 10-laps complete McCreadie, Sheppard, Isabell, Phelps and Buffa made up the top five positions in the talented field.
McCreadie would lead the first 15-laps of the main event. Sheppard took command of the field on lap-16. At the halfway mark Sheppard was being followed in the top five by McCreadie, Isabell, Phelps and Billy Decker. Buffa, Jim Witko, Chuck Bower, Scott Prentice and Vic Coffey raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway mark.
In the closing laps McCreadie stayed in striking distance of Sheppard, but that was it. Sheppard earned his first victory of the season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in the caution free event. McCreadie finished a strong second, his best finish of the season. Decker came from the tenth starting position to finish third and appeared to be the fastest car at the end of the event. Phelps and Isabell completed the top five finishers with strong drives.
Tony Finch won his first ever 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race last Friday night. To say that the win was a popular one throughout the facility would be an understatement. Kevan Cook, Tim Hearne, Mike Stolarcyk and Rich Townsend finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Finch took the top spot away from Calvin Painter on lap three. In the closing laps Finch held off several challengers to earn the well deserved victory.
Tim Devendorf won his second 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. Mark Cooper, Matt Magner, Doug Williams and John Behron completed the top five feature finishers in the race that was only slowed for one caution period. Devendorf took the top spot away from Magner on lap-16 and held on for the victory. Devendorf is the current point leader in the division.
Todd Williamson won his second straight 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock main event last Friday night. It was Williamson's third victory of the season. Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz and Aron Backus completed the top five feature finishers. Wiiliamson took the lead away from Williamson on lap four and never lost it.
Kelly Smith earned the victory in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro main event. Chad Guthrie, Ron Hunt, Chad Dupra and Josh Herbert completed the top five feature finishers in the 18-car starting field.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks all in competition plus the Stacker 2 Pro Stock Super DIRT Series event. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Matt Sheppard, Bob McCreadie, Billy Decker, Ryan Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Chuck Bower, Jim Witko, Gary Tomkins, Scott Prentice, Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Vic Coffey, Pat Ward, Tony Buffa, Del Rougeux, Keith Swartzlander, Sean Beardsley, Tim Harris, Steve Hulsizer.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Tony Finch, Kevan Cook, Tim Hearne, Mike Stolarcyk, Rich Townsend, Mike Chilson, Dave Talbot, Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Sr., Bob Bradt, Les Hubbard, Gary Jeffries, Ken Rogers, Dan Wilcox, Brian Cannizzo, Greg Kimball, Carmen Vona Jr., Calvin Painter, Coleen Finch, Steve Coit, Aaron Jacobs, Dale Caswell.
MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper, Matt Magner, Doug Williams, John Behron, Don Fenner, Darren Forbes, Kevin Doll, Frank Doll Jr., Lowell Zehr, Dan Williams, Joe Abbass, Ted York, John Byrnes, Joe Garafolo, Rocco Leone, Ken Gamlen, Brad Shova, Matt Cummo, Steve Miller, Chris Propheter, Darren Austin, Rick Rogala, Shawn Hotaling, Luke Lonergan, Kelly Skinner, Jeff Barker, Sam Morse, Joe Isabell.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Aron Backus, Daryl Carl, Glen Erwin, Doug Farnsworth, Lorraine Powelczyk, Chris Kranz, Rich Murtaugh, Lee Hartzog, Lorrie Herbert, Jeff Herbert.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Kelly Smith, Chad Guthrie, Ron Hunt, Chad Dupra, Josh Herbert.


PRO STOCK SUPER DIRT SERIES TO INVADE BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH ON QUALITY HARDWOODS NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...The Stacker 2 Pro Stock Super DIRT Series will make its' first ever appearance at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, June 10. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will also be in competition on Quality Hardwoods Night. The first event during the great evening of family entertainment will start at 7:30 p.m.
The Stacker 2 Super DIRT Series event at Brewerton Speedway will be an East Region race. For most of the competitors, it will mark their first ever competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. T.J. Fitzgibbons, John Pietrowicz and Ricky Breed have all won Pro Stock feature races in the past at Brewerton Speedway. The last time the Pro Stocks raced at Brewerton Speedway was during the 2001 season.
Billy Decker will look to win the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race this Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Qaulity Hardwoods Night. Quality Hardwoods is the Decker family business. Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Sean Beardsley, Steve Hulsizer, Matt Sheppard, Vic Coffey, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Jim Witko and Bob McCreadie will all look to keep Decker out of the winners circle.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Mike Chilson, Bill Anderson Jr., Mike Jeffires and Les Hubbard are the top drivers currently in the IMCA Modified division. Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper, Darren Forbes, Frank Doll Jr. and Don Fenner make up the top five to date in the Mod Lite class. Rusell Erwin, Todd Williamson, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert and Joey Delacruz have all enjoyed success this season in the Four Cylinder Stock ranks.
Regular admission prices will still be in effect for the big five division show this Friday night. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight campig is offered for every event. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 10 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Quality Hardwoods Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more informartion please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the 24 hour race line number is 315-668-RACE.


FAMILY AUTOGRAPH NIGHT PRESENTED BY SYRACUSE.COM AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, JUNE 11TH

FULTON, NY...It will be Family Autograph Night on Saturday, June 11 at Fulton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will all be in race competition on Syracuse.com Night. The great evening of family entertainment will start at 7 p.m. The show will conclude with the always interesting Ladies Races.
Family Autograph Night allows fans of all ages to meet the drivers and view the race cars up close. At the conclusion of all the qualifying events all race competitors will be invited out to the front stretch of the track. Fans will then be allowed out to obtain autographs, take pictures and collect giveaways from the race teams. This popular promotion was started years ago at Brewerton Speedway.
Who will win the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race this Saturday night. That is a tough call as Fulton Speedway hosts the strongest Saturday night field in the entire DIRT circuit. Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Scott Prentice, John Barker, Jeff Isabell, Sean Beardsley, A.J. Romano, Jimmy Phelps and Jeff Rudalavage are just some of the possible winners.
Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams and Brett Tonkin are all off to a strong start this season in the DIRT Sportsman class. Joe Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz and Dick Parkhurst make up the top five currently in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Rusty Marsden, Phil Marsden, Chad Crouse, Steve Woodworth and Curt Prevo rank in the top five to date in the Pure Stock class.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 11 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Syracuse.com Night will start at 7 p.m. sharp. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. Everyone nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. For more information please go on line to www.fultonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-593-6531 and the race line is 315-668-RACE.


“Kidney Cars Racing Away Kidney Disease” contest to be held weekly at the Brewerton Speedway
VIP package to be given away with dinner, Limo, and VIP tickets


BREWERTON, NY... Brewerton Speedway announced recently that it has joined with the Kidney Foundation of Central New York to sign fans up weekly to have a chance to win an all inclusive VIP package to the August 19th race event. “This is a great way to support a local organization”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton Speedway. “It gives a chance for the Kidney Foundation to let fans learn more about Kidney Disease and what services they can offer.”

Fans will be able to purchase a Kidney Foundation bracelet for three dollars, and will be automatically entered into the drawing for the VIP package giveaway, which will be drawn on August 5th. The VIP package includes a ride in a stretch Excursion Limousine from the winners house, dinner for up to eight people at Dominick’s Family Restaurant, and tickets to the race. The winners will then be taken home by the Limo after the race.

Second place prize will be a two-day getaway to the Bonnie Castle Resort in the Thousand Islands. Proceeds from this contest will benefit the Kidney Foundation, The Syracuse Microd and Quarter Midget Club, and the Brewerton Speedway Carvel Junior Fan Club. Sponsors for this exciting package include Dominick’s Family Restaurant in Hastings, Absolute Prestige Limousine, and Fernandez Automall.

Brewerton Speedway is in operation every Friday night. Weekly divisions iclude the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Various special events highlight the schedule. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track office number is 315-668-6906 and the race line is 668-RACE. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.


DECKER HOLDS OFF FULLER FOR DIRT MODIFIED FEATURE WIN AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON
TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS NIGHT


FULTON, NY...Billy Decker held off Tim Fuller to earn the victory in the 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature race at Fulton Speedway last Saturday on Terrell's Potato Chips Night. It was Decker's second win of the season at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. The victory for the Gypsum Wholesalers DIRT Modified team was worth $2,000.
Tony Buffa raced out to the early lead at the start of the Terrell's Potato Chips DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. With five laps complete Buffa continued to lead and was being chased in the top five by Chad Phelps, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Scott Prentice and John Barker. Buffa would lead the 25-car starting field for the first nine circuits.
DIRT Big Block Modified rookie Chad Phelps took the top spot away from Buffa on lap-10. Phelps looked strong in leading the pack and at the halfway mark was being followed in the top five by Tim Fuller, Decker, Jimmy Phelps and Barker. Racing in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage were Prentice, Alan Johnson, Buffa, Ryan Phelps and Matt Sheppard.
Fuller took the top spot away from Chad Phelps on lap-19. Fuller would only lead two circuits, however, as Decker swept past on lap-21. Through the final laps Fuller stayed with Decker, but was never able to move back ahead. Decker earned his second Fulton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified feature race win of the season with Fuller having to settle for second.
Chad Phelps finished the night off strong with his career best third place finish ahead of Jimmy Phelps. Veteran John Barker also enjoyed his best outing of the 2005 season with a strong fifth place finish. Prentice, Johnson , Sheppard, Bob McCreadie and Jeff Rudalavage completed the top ten feature finishers in the talent rich field of DIRT Modified competitors.
Mark Yorker earned his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman race victory of the season last Saturday night. Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Jeremy Pitcher and Sam Reakes IV followed Yorker across the finish line. Brett Tonkin led the field early, before Yorker took command of the field. Bates, the current point leader, made a late race charge to finish second.
John Pietrowicz won his first 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race of the season last Saturday. T.J. Fitzgibbons, Jeremy Clark, Lee Burnett and Joe Stefanski completed the top five feature finishers in the 23-car starting field. Fitzgibbons made several runs on Pietrowicz, but was never able to sneak past. Clark, Burnett and Stefanski had a great battle of their own for the third position.
Rusty Marsden claimed the victory in the rain delayed 15-lap Pure Stock feature race from May 20. Phil Marsden, Dave Emmons, Chad Crouse and Curt Prevo finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Phil Marsden turned the tables in the regular 15-lap Pure Stock main event with the feature victory ahead of Rusty Marsden. Chad Crouse, Curt Prevo and Jay McGillicuddy completed the top five feature finishers.
Tim Devendorf earned the victory in the initial 15-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Saturday night. Devendorf held off Darren Forbes to earn the thrilling victory. Dan Williams, Mark Cooper and Kevin Donhauser completed the top five feature finishers in the 29-car starting field.
Race competition will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modified, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and double features for the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all on the schedule. Regular admission prices will be in effect for the race fan bargain program. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.

TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Chad Phelps, Jimmy Phelps, John Barker, Scott Prentice, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Bob McCreadie, Jeff Rudalavage, Ryan Phelps, Tony Buffa, Jeff Isabell, Ryan Richardson, Vinnie Vitale, Lee Gill, Jim Witko, Tim Sears, Sean Beardsley, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Dave Rauscher, A.J. Romano, Dave Axton, Donnie Wetmore Sr., Pat Ward.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Mark Yorker, Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Jeremy Pitcher, Sam Reakes IV, Brett Tonkin, Mike Holmes, Dave Reilley, Matt Janczuk, Alan Fink, Scott Nash, Chris Higgins, Roy Bresnahan, Chris Hile, Mark Davison, Stewart Garrison, Joe Williams.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---John Pietrowicz, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Jeremy Clark, Lee Burnett, Joe Stefanksi, Billy Clark, Jason Rood, Paul Stoneburg, Jack Terrell, Joey Ladouceur, Ray Maloney, Dick Parkhurst, Jim Evans, Bob Buono, Scott Beeles, Ricky Breed, Mark Alnutt, Dale Guernsey, Cheryl Guernsey, Bernie Merithew, Dave Bruno, Jason Parkhurst, Jesse Updike.
RAIN DELAYED PURE STOCK FEATURE---Rusty Marsden, Phil Marsden, Dave Emmons, Chad Crouse, Curt Prevo, Steve Woodworth, Ron Hawker, Ricky DeGroff, Gary Barton, Dan Hofmann Sr., Jay McGillicuddy, Ron Marsden, Brandon Warner, Chuck Lacey, Bob Whipple, George Ritchie Jr., Don Stevenson, Adam Giles, Debbie Whalen, Gary Donahue, Jim Donaldson, Rob Whipple, Bill Thomas, Todd Koegel, Ethan Parkhurst, Joe Buske.
PURE STOCK FEATURE---Phil Marsden, Rusty Marsden, Chad Crouse, Curt Prevo, Jay McGillicuddy, Steve Woodworth, Gary Barton, Gary Donahue, Bill Flask, Brandon Warner, Chuck Lacey, Bob Whipple, Ron Hawker, Jim Donaldson, George Ritchie Jr., Van Grant, Ron Marsden, Joe Buske, Dave Emmons, Don Stevenson, Debbie Whalen, Ethan Parkhurst, Rick DeGroff, Adam Giles, Dan Hofmann Sr.
MOD LITES---Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes, Dan Williams, Mark Cooper, Kevin Donhauser, Frank Doll, Don Fenner, Joe Abbass, Joe Garafolo, Steve Miller, John Byrnes, Kevin Doll, Ken Gamlen, Chris Propheter, Kelly Skinner, John Behron, Lowell Zehr, Jeff Barker, Darren Austin, Ted York, Rick Rogala, Brenda Rice, Sam Morse, Wayne Younglove, Joe Isabell, Dennis Propheter, Larry Casbohm, Matt Cummo, Ray Donhauser.


TOMKINS PASSES BEARDSLEY AT FINISH LINE TO WIN BREWERTON SPEEDWAY PROMOTION SPEED SUPPLY DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE

BREWERTON, NY...Gary Tomkins passed Sean Beardsley coming out of the fourth turn of the final lap to win the Promotion Speed Supply DIRT Big Block Modified
feature race last Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Beardsley appeared headed to his first ever feature win after holding off Billy Decker and Tomkins for numerous circuits. But, Tomkins won the drag race to the finish line on the final lap to earn the victory. It was the second straight photo finish in the headline class at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Bob McCreadie jumped out to the early lead at the start of the Promotion Speed Supply DIRT Modified feature from the pole starting position. After five circuits the multi-time Brewerton Speedway DIRT Modified Track Champion continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Tony Buffa, Beardsley, Scott Prentice and Chuck Bower. McCreadie would lead the first eight circuits.
Beardsley took the top spot away from McCreadie on the lap nine restart. At the halfway mark Beardsley was being followed in the top five by Prentice, Tomkins, McCreadie and Decker. Bower, Alan Johnson, Ryan Phelps, Tim Fuller and Vic Coffey raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage. Prentice started to apply the pressure to fellow local driver Beardsley as they battled for the lead.
The second and final caution period of the event came on lap 23. That would group the field together for another terrific finish at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Decker came charging on the restart and started to pressure Beardsley for the lead. On several occasions Decker tried to slide under Beardsley and take away the lead. But, on every occasion Beardsley held Decker off.
With the lead duo going at it, that allowed Tomkins to close in and it became a three car battle for the victory. At this time Decker fell back a bit, with Tomkins now looking to sneak under Beardsley. Just when it appeared that Beardsley would win his first ever DIRT Big Block Modified feature, Tomkins got the advantage down the front straight of the final lap to earn the victory.
It was the first win of the season for the Elaine James Motorsports team at Brewerton Speedway. The defending track champion earned $2,000 for his efforts. Beardsley had to settle for second place, still a tremendous effort for the local driver. Decker, Alan Johnson and Prentice completed the top five feature finishers in the crowd pleasing race.
Frank Doll won his second 20-lap Mod Lite feature race of the season last Friday night. John Behron, Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper and Steve Miller followed Doll across the finish line. The Mod Lite feature race was a good one, with great competition throughout the track in the 30-car starting field. Doll made the winning pass on lap-12 as he swept around Behron.
Todd Williamson won his second 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Friday night. Russell Erwin, Jeff Herbert, Joey Delacruz and Doug Farnsworth completed the top five feature finishers. Williamson took the top spot away from Erwin on lap four and never gave it back.
Mike Chilson claimed the win in the 20-lap Dean Hubbs Memorial IMCA Modified feature race last Friday night. Bill Anderson Sr., Sean Lias, Dale Caswell and Gary Jeffries followed Chilson across the finish line. Chilson took the lead from Lias on lap-13 and held off Anderson for his first victory in several seasons.
Josh Herbert won his first ever Four Cylinder Enduro feature race last Friday night. Matt Wetter, Chad Durpa, Jerry Herbert and Matt Fay completed the top five feature finishers.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro cars all in action. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.

PROMOTION SPEED SUPPLY FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Gary Tomkins, Sean Beardsley, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Chuck Bower, Pat Ward, Jim Witko, Tim Fuller, Vic Coffey, Mitch Gibbs, Ryan Phelps, Tony Buffa, Jeff Isabell, Bob McCreadie, Tim Harris, Ray Bliss, Steve Hulsizer, Matt Sheppard.
IMCA MODIFIED DEAN HUBBS MEMORIAL---Mike Chilson, Bill Anderson Sr., Sean Lias, Dale Caswell, Gary Jeffries, Coleen Finch, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Johnny Hill, Dave Talbot, Ken Rogers, Rich Townsend, Tim Hearne, Carmen Vona Jr., Rich Riggs, Dan Wilcox, Shawna Conner, Aaron Jacobs, Brian Evenden, Jon Amidon, Tony Finch, Bob Bradt, A.J. Kingsley, Steve Coit.
MOD LITES---Frank Doll, John Behron, Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper, Steve Miller, Lowell Zehr, Darren Forbes, Don Fenner, Ken Gamlen, Jeff Barker, Kevin Donhauser, Joe Abbass, Ray Donhauser, Joe Garafolo, Sam Morse, Chris Propheter, Kevin Doll, Larry Casbohm, John Byrnes, Brad Shova, Joe Isabell, Matt Cummo, Matt Magner, Darren Austin, Kelly Skinner, Brenda Rice, Rick Rogala, Luke Lonergan, Ted York, Dan Williams.
FOUR CYLINDER STOCKS---Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Jeff Herbert, Joey Delacruz, Doug Farnsworth, Lorrie Herbert, Aron Backus, Rich Rainville, Sam Curcie, Lorraine Powelczyk, Chuck Powelczyk, Daryl Carl, Rich Murtaugh.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Josh Herbert, Matt Wetter, Chad Dupra, Jerry Herbert, Matt Fay.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY CARVEL JUNIOR FAN CLUB UP AND RUNNING FOR 12TH SEASON

BREWERTON, NY...The Brewerton Speedway Carvel Junior Fan Club is up and running for its' 12th straight season. The Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club, the oldest of its' kind in the Central New York area, is open to children ages 4-14 at no cost to join. The highly popular Brewerton Speedway Junior Fan Club is coordinated by Dave and Nancy MacDonald
Youngsters looking to join the Brewerton Speedway Carvel Junior Fan Club can sign up on any race night at the track. Once a member, children are eligible for the many happenings of the group. Special attractions during the season for Junior Fan Club Members include bike giveaways, the Pitside Party Night, poster contests, driver autograph sessions and much more.
On each race night at Brewerton Speedway a Junior Fan of the Week is announced. That lucky winner will receive a ride around the track in the Fernandez Auto Mall Pace Car with their favorite driver handling the driving duties. The Junior Fan of the Week and their favorite driver also receive a picture plaque courtesy of Time Out Sports Photography. Top Stitch Custom Embroidery provides the lucky winner with a hat to remember their evening.
New this season for the Brewerton Speedway Carvel Junior Fan Club is a t-shirt giveaway. The first 100 Junior Fan Club members that register on three race dates this season at the track will receive a Carvel Ice Cream 2005 Junior Fan Club t-shirt. The t-shirts are a multi-color design that will go to the first 100 kids eligible for them this season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon.
Brewerton Speedway is in race competition every Friday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. For more information please go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com.   The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton. Children nine years of age and under are admitted free for every event.


JAM PACKED RACE PROGRAM SET FOR COCA-COLA NIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 4TH AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...A jam packed race program is set for Fulton Speedway on Coca-Cola Night, Saturday, June 4. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT 358 Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks plus double features for the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Regular admission prices will be in effect for the race fan bargain program. Show time is 7 p.m.
Billy Decker, Pat Ward and Jeff Isabell have all recorded one DIRT Big Block Modified feature race victory this season at Fulton Speedway. Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Alan Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, A.J. Romano, Scott Prentice, Steve Hulsizer, Ryan Phelps, John Barker, Jeff Rudalavage, Vinnie Vitale and Dale Planck are just some of the drivers that will look for the $2,000 top payoff this Saturday night.
This Saturday will also mark the first DIRT 358 Modified event of the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway. The DIRT 358 Modifieds will compete in a feature race only in a dash for cash type format. The entire format for the DIRT 358 Modified races at Fulton Speedway can be found on the tracks website at www.fultonspeedway.com or by calling the track office at 315-593-6531.
Kevin Bates continues to lead the DIRT Sportsman track standings with Joey Williams, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker and Jim Bowman following. Joe Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Lee Burnett, Dick Parkhurst and Bill Clark Jr. make up the top five currently in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden, Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Gary Donahue and Joe Buske.
The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will compete in double features this Saturday. They will battle in the rain delayed event from May 21, plus their regular scheduled event. Only one feature has been staged this season for the Enduro competitors. Chad Durpa, Marjorie Wallace, Mark Johnston, Skip DeGroff and Matt Wetter were the top five feature finishers.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, June 4 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Coca-Cola Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. Adult admission is priced at $12, ages 10-14 priced at $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY SET FOR ANOTHER RACE PROGRAM ON FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton Speedway is set for another evening of professional dirt motorsports competition on Friday, June 3. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in action at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. The first event for the great evening of family entertainment will start at 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson and Tim Fuller have both won two DIRT Big Block Modified features this season at Brewerton Speedway. They are the only winners to date to break into the winners circle at the track that hosts the toughest field, by far, in DIRT Motorsports. Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Gary Tomkins, Chuck Bower, Steve Hulsizer, Dale Planck, Matt Sheppard, Ryan Phelps, Vic Coffey, Scott Prentice, Bob McCreadie, Mitch Gibbs and Jeff Isabell are some of the drivers that will look to enter victory lane.
Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Mike Jeffries, Mike Chilson and Bill Anderson Jr. are the top five drivers to date in the IMCA Modified division. Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper, Darren Forbes, Don Fenner and Joe Garafolo make up the top five currently in the Mod Lite class. Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Joey Delacruz, Aron Backus and Jeff Herbert have all enjoyed success so far this season in the Four Cylinder Stock class.
Jerry Herbert, Chad Dupra, Doe Lyboult, Randy Shantel and Kelly Smith are the top five drivers in the Four Cylinder Enduro division. Fans will be treated to constant action in the five division race program this Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, June 3 will open at 5:30 p.m. The first event of the evening will take Starter Tony McIntyre's green flag at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton.


ISABELL HOLDS OFF DANNY JOHNSON FOR FIRST EVER DIRT MODIFIED FEATURE WIN AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON COORS LIGHT / TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Jeff Isabell held off Danny Johnson to win his first ever DIRT Big Block Modified feature race at Fulton Speedway last Saturday on Coors Light / Tracey Road Equipment Night. Isabell led the entire 35-lap distance, but had to hold off Johnson during the final 15-laps to earn the victory. The triumph for the owner / driver of the JIR Motorsports team was worth $2,000.
Isabell jumped out to the initial lead over the 25-car starting field from the pole starting position in the Coors Light / Tracey Road Equipment main event. Isabell was fast from the start and after five circuits he was being chased in the top five by Steve Hulsizer, A.J. Romano, Tony Buffa and Sean Beardsley. The first caution period of the event came on lap-14 when Vinnie Vitale lost power on the track.
At the halfway mark Isabell was still the leader and was being followed by Danny Johnson who moved up fast from the 14th starting position. Jeff Rudalavage, Hulsizer, Tim Fuller, Romano, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Decker, Tim Sears and Beardsley raced in positions third through tenth respectively at the halfway stage in the highly competitive field.
Throughout the last half of the event Johnson continued to make runs at Isabell, but could never take away the top spot. It appeared that Johnson was faster through the turns, but Isabell would always power away down both straight-aways. Isabell clearly earned his first ever victory against a very talented feature field. Hulsizer, Decker and Fuller completed the top five feature finishers. Hulsizer earned his best Fulton finish of the season.
Alan Johnson came from the 18th starting position to finish sixth. Romano had his best outing of the season with a strong seventh place finish. Tom Sears, Beardsley and Jim Witko completed the top ten feature finishers with strong efforts as well. The first 21 finishers completed the entire 35-lap distance on the lead lap.
Jim Bowman won his first 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the 2005 season last Saturday night at Fulton Speedway. Bowman held off Joey Williams during the final five circuits for the victory in the event which featured plenty of two and three wide competition. Kevin Bates, winner of the first two features this season, had to settle for third. Mike Bowman and Brett Tonkin completed the top five feature finishers.
Joe Stefanski claimed his second 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race victory last Saturday night at Fulton Speedway. The talented Western New York State driver passed former Fulton Speedway Track Champion Jeremy Clark to earn the victory. Dick Parkhurst, Bill Clark Jr. and defending Track Champion Lee Burnett completed the top five feature finishers in the 21-car starting field.
Despite rain surrounding the area fans were treated to a tremendous race program which featured 27 DIRT Modifieds, 28 DIRT Sportsman, 22 DIRT Pro Stocks, 25 Pure Stocks and 25 Four Cylinder Enduro cars. What turned out to be the final event of the night, the DIRT Modified feature, was completed at 9 p.m. The Pure Stock feature was rain delayed to this Saturday, May 28. The Four Cylinder Enduro feature was rain delayed to June 4.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, double features for the Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites all in competition. Regular admission prices will be in effect. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge.
Race competition will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.

COORS LIGHT / TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Jeff Isabell, Danny Johnson, Steve Hulsizer, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, A.J. Romano, Tom Sears, Sean Beardsley, Jim Witko, Pat Ward, Scott Prentice, Matt Sheppard, Ryan Phelps, Tim Sears, Dan Vauter, John Barker, Vinnie Vitale, Jimmy Phelps, Chad Phelps, Ryan Richardson, Dave Rauscher, Jeff Rudalavage, Tony Buffa, Dave Axton.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Jim Bowman, Joe Williams, Kevin Bates, Mike Bowman, Brett Tonkin, Greg Doust, Chris Higgins, Jeremy Pitcher, Matt Janczuk, Mark Yorker, Rob Bellinger, Roy Bresnahan, Dave Reilley, Jeff Stevenson, Jordan Bennett, Alan Fink, Sam Reakes IV, Scott Nash, Henry Desormeau, Marcel Pecore, George Horning, Chris Hile, Shawn Donath, Todd Town, Shane Donath.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---Joe Stefanski, Jeremy Clark, Dick Parkhurst, Bill Clark Jr., Lee Burnett, Paul Stoneburg, Bob Buono, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Jason Rood, Scott Beeles, Dale Guernsey, Fred Dennis, Ricky Breed, Jack Terrell, Jim Evans, Bernie Merithew, Mark Alnutt, Jesse Updike, Jason Parkhurst, John Pietrowicz, Ray Maloney.
PURE STOCKS---Rain delayed to May 28.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO---Rain delayed to June 4.


FULLER PASSES WARD ON FINAL LAP FOR DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIED FEATURE WIN AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller won his second straight Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified 35-lap feature race the hard way last Friday. Pat Ward took the top spot away from Fuller on lap-33 while racing in lapped traffic. Fuller came charging right back though and stormed around Ward for the victory coming out of the fourth turn of the final lap. To say that the race was a crowd pleasing affair would be an understatement.
Scott Prentice raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Big Block Modified main event. After five circuits Prentice continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Danny Johnson, Sean Beardsley, Tony Buffa and Chuck Bower. Prentice was looking to run away and hide from the field, with battles being staged throughout the field for position.
At the halfway stage Prentice continued to lead and was being followed in the top five by Danny Johnson, Beardsley, Fuller and Bower. Billy Decker, Ward, Gary Tomkins, Alan Johnson and Steve Hulsizer raced in positions sixth through tenth at the halfway mark in the highly competitive field. At several times during the event fans were treated to plenty of three wide racing.
Prentice led the opening 22-laps of the main event. Danny Johnson slipped by for the lead on lap-23. Fuller started his charge to the front by using the top side of the multi-groove track. Danny Johnson's lead was a brief one as Fuller took away the top spot on lap-26. In the late stages of the event Ward was the man on the move. Ward closed in on Fuller and boxed him in behind a lapped car to take the lead on lap-33.
Fuller wasn't about to quit and came right back at Ward. Fuller kept charging and swept around Ward coming out of the fourth turn of the final circuit for the thrilling victory which was worth $2,000 for the B&F General Machine team. Ward had to settle for second with Danny Johnson, Tomkins and Alan Johnson completing the top five feature finishers in the wild event.
Dale Caswell won his first 20-lap IMCA Modified feature race of the season in a torrid battle over defending Track Champion Johnny Hill. Tony Finch turned in his best effort of the season with a strong third place finish. Two time feature winner Bill Anderson Sr.finished fourth with Ken Rogers completing the top five. Caswell took the top spot away from Hill on lap-15 and the duo raced side by side until the finish.
Darren Forbes claimed his first 20-lap Mod Lite feature race victory of the season last Friday night. Steve Miller, Kevin DonHauser, Lowell Zehr and Mark Cooper finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Forbes took the top spot away Williams on lap-11 and held off Miller for his first victory since his season ending injury last season.
Chuck Powelczyk continued the string of first time winners this season and won his first 15-lap Four Cylinder Stock feature event of 2005. Powelczyk was the winner in a photo finish ahead of Todd Williamson. Rick Angle, Russell Erwin and Joey Delacruz completed the top five feature finishers. Powelczyk passed Williamson on lap-13 and held on for the victory.
This Friday at Brewerton Speedway the DIRT Modifieds, Dean Hubbs Memorial IMCA Modified race, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro events will all be contested. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.

FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Gary Tomkins, Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Billy Decker, Chuck Bower, Dale Planck, Steve Hulsizer, Vic Coffey, Matt Sheppard, Jim Witko, Tom Sears, Tony Buffa, Ryan Phelps, Sean Beardsley, Chad Phelps, Jeff Isabell, Bob McCreadie, Tim Harris, Terry Knoblock.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Dale Caswell, Johnny Hill, Tony Finch, Bill Anderson Sr., Ken Rogers, Mike Jeffries, Carmen Vona Jr., Bill Anderson Jr., Les Hubbard, Mike Chilson, Coleen Finch, Tim Hearne, Brian Evenden, Bob Bradt, Calvin Painter, Rich Riggs, Rich Townsend, Steve Coit, Gary Jeffries, Dan Wilcox, Brian Cannizzo, Kevan Cook, Pat Pontello, Don Alvord.
MOD LITES---Darren Forbes, Steve Miller, Kevin DonHauser, Lowell Zehr, Mark Cooper, Joe Garafolo, Ken Gamlen, Dan Williams, Tim Devendorf, Rocco Leone, John Byrnes, John Behron, Jeff Barker, Joe Isabell, Sam Morse, Chris Propheter, Luke Lonegran, Don Fenner, Matt Cummo, Darren Austin, Joe Abbass, Doug Williams, Kelly Skinner, Ray DonHauser, Matt Magner, Frank Doll Jr., Kevin Doll, Larry Casbohm, Ted York, Joe Gwilt.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, Rick Angle, Russell Erwin, Joey Delacruz, Rich Murtaugh, Doug Farnsworth, Jeff Herbert, Aaron Backus, Ed Janaskie, Sam Curcie Jr., Lorraine Powelczyk.


PROFESSIONAL DIRT MOTORSPORTS COMPETITION RETURNS TO FULTON
SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, MAY 28TH ON TERRELL'S POTATO CHIPS NIGHT


FULTON, NY...Professional DIRT Motorsports competition will continue Saturday,
May 28 at Fulton Speedway. In race competition on Terrell's Potato Chips Night
will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure
Stocks and the Mod Lites. The first event of the evening will take Starter
Kenny Marshall's green flag at 7 p.m.
Fulton Speedway hosts the strongest Saturday night DIRT Modified field in
the northeast. Just some of the drivers that will look for the 35-lap feature
win this Saturday include Danny Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Alan Johnson, Tim
Fuller, Billy Decker, Dale Planck, Jeff Rudalavage, A.J. Romano, Ryan Phelps,
Tom Sears, Steve Hulsizer, Scott Prentice, Vinnie Vitale and John Barker.
Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams, Shawn Donath and Dave
Reilley are the top drivers in the DIRT Sportsman standings to date. Joe
Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons, John Pietrowicz, Lee Burnett and Dick Parkhurst
are the top five drivers currently in the DIRT Pro Stock ranks. Russ Marsden,
Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Gary Donahue and Joe Buske are the top five to date
in the Pure Stock class.
The popular Mod Lite division will look to make their first start of the
season at Fulton Speedway this Saturday on Terrell's Potato Chips Night. The
Mod Lite class lost both of their earlier scheduled shows due to rain. Fans
will be treated to an action packed five division race program this Saturday at
the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 28 will open at 5 p.m. Race
competition on Terrell's Potato Chips Night will start at 7 p.m. For more
information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at
668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. Adult
admission this Saturday is priced at $12. Children ages 10-14 will be admitted
for only $5. All those nine years of age and under will be admitted free.


WORLD OF OUTLAWS LATE MODEL TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 29TH SHOW AT FULTON SPEEDWAY


FULTON, NY...Tickets for the only visit this season to Fulton Speedway by the
World of Outlaw Late Model Series are now available. Wednesday, June 29 is the
date that the "Dirty Dozen" and fellow Late Model stars will battle on the
multi-groove track. Tickets can be purchased any race night at Fulton Speedway
leading up to the event, or by calling the track office at 315-593-6531.
Scott Bloomquist and Dan Schlieper, winners of the World of Outlaw Late
Model Series races at Fulton Speedway last season will return to the Oswego
County track on Wednesday, June 29 as part of the "Dirty Dozen". Chub Frank,
Steve Francis, Dale McDowell, Billy Moyer, John Blankenship, Rick Eckert, Shane
Clanton, Darrell Lanigan, local favorite Tim McCreadie and Clint Smith are the
remaining "Dirty Dozen" drivers.
Most fans remarked that the October World of Outlaw Late Model show staged
at Fulton Speedway was even better then the first ever event held last June.
The upcoming special on Wednesday, June 29, the only World of Outlaw
appearance for the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway, promises to be even better
yet. Top Late Model competitors from throughout the northeast will also be in
competition plus several local DIRT Modified drivers.
The top three rows in Sections A through M are all reserved seats.
Reserved seats are priced at $30. Adult general admission tickets are priced at
$28. Reserved and Adult General Admission are the only seats available before
race day. Tickets can be purchased on any Saturday night at Fulton Speedway or
by calling the track office at 315-593-6531.
For more information on the Wednesday, June 29 special event at Fulton
Speedway please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at
668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com and at
www.worldofoutlawslatemodelseries.com. The track is located on Route 57 just
south of the city limits. A $1,000 to win special for the DIRT Sportsman will
also be contested on Wednesday, June 29.


DEAN HUBBS IMCA MODIFIED MEMORIAL RACE SET FOR
BREWERTON SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY, MAY 27TH


BREWERTON, NY...The Dean Hubbs Memorial IMCA Modified feature race will be the
main attraction this Friday, May 27 at Brewerton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block
Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro
racers will also be in competition on Promotion Speed Supply Night. The first
event of the evening will start at 7:30 p.m. sharp.
Dean Hubbs was a veteran racer that was stricken while in competition at
Brewerton Speedway on May 24, 1997. This will be the eighth event held in his
honor at Brewerton Speedway in the IMCA Modified division. Bill Anderson Sr.,
Johnny Hill, Mike Jeffries, Mike Chilson, Bill Anderson Jr., Les Hubbard,
Richard Townsend, Carmen Vona, Ken Rogers and Dale Caswell are the top ten
drivers currently this season in the IMCA Modified rankings.
The Brewerton Speedway DIRT Modified virtual all star line-up will compete
in a 35-lap main event this Friday night. Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Tim
Fuller, Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Steve Hulsizer, Matt Sheppard,
Dale Planck, Ryan Phelps, Danny Johnson, Vic Coffey, Bob McCreadie, Tom Sears
and Scott Prentice will all look for the $2,000 winners share this Friday
night.
Tim Devendorf, Mark Cooper, Frank Doll Jr., Don Fenner and Darren Forbes
are the top five drivers to date in the popular Mod Lite division. Russell
Erwin, Aaron Backus, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert and Joey Delacruz are all
off to a good early season start in the Four Cylinder Super Stock division.
Jerry Herbert, Chad Dupra, Doe Lyboult, Randy Shantel and Kelly Smith make-up
the top five drivers so far in the Four Cylinder Enduro division.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 27 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race
competition on Promotion Speed Supply Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more
information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at
668-RACE. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event.
Admission this Friday is $12 for adults, $5 for those ages 10-14. Everyone nine
years of age and under will be admitted free.


EARLY EVENING RAIN FORCES THIRD CANCELLATION OF THE SEASON AT FULTON SPEEDWAY

FULTON, NY...Early evening rain caused the third cancellation of the 2005 season last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Fulton Speedway Management tried to wait out the rain, but the decision to call off the show was made at 7 p.m. with more rain predicted for several more hours. Race competition will start up again at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200 this Saturday, May 21.
In race competition this Saturday will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. A Drivers Tug of War will also be staged during intermission. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. with race action set to start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted at no charge.
For more information please call the Fulton Speedway office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for all Saturday evening events.


FULLER WINS FIRST OF THE SEASON AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON CHINA TOWNE FURNITURE NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Tim Fuller won his first 35-lap DIRT Big Block Modified feature of the season last Friday on China Towne Furniture Night. Fuller took the top spot away from a strong running Ryan Phelps on lap-12. In the final circuits Fuller was able to hold off two-time feature winner Alan Johnson for the win. The victory for the B&F General Machine team was worth $2,000.
Tony Buffa raced out to the early lead at the start of the China Towne DIRT Big Block Modified feature from the pole starting position. Buffa would only lead the opening circuit before young Ryan Phelps took command of the talented field. With ten laps complete Phelps continued to lead and was being chased in the top five by Jeff Isabell, Fuller, Steve Hulsizer and Jim Witko.
With 11 laps complete Phelps had built up a comfortable lead, but that was lost when Sean Beardsley spun in the second turn. It was on the lap-12 restart when Fuller took the top spot away from Phelps. At the halfway point Fuller, Hulsizer, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson and Pat Ward raced in the top five. Phelps, Gary Tomkins, Matt Sheppard, Vic Coffey and Isabell raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
Just when it appeared that Fuller would coast to the feature race victory, the caution lights came back on lap-27 after Isabell stopped in turn two. The field regrouped for a shoot-out to the finish. Alan Johnson started fourth on the restart and was able to put on quite a show in the final circuits. Johnson moved into the second position on lap-32 and started to chase down Fuller.
On this occasion Johnson had to settle for a second place feature finish after starting from the 20th position. Hulsizer enjoyed his best outing of the season with a strong third place finish. Decker and Ward completed the top five feature finishers. Tomkins, Phelps, Coffey, Mitch Gibbs and Chuck Bower rounded out the top ten feature finishers in the all-star field.
Defending IMCA Modified Track Champion Johnny Hill won his first 20-lap feature of the season Friday night. Bill Anderson Sr, winner of the first two main events of the season had to settle for second on this occasion. Mike Jeffries, Mike Chilson and Carmen Vona Jr. completed the top five feature finishers. Hill only officially led the final circuit, but that is the one that matters most.
Frank Doll Jr. recorded the 20-lap feature race victory in the caution marred Mod Lite main event. Mark Cooper, Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes and Doug Williams chased Doll across the finish line. Doll took the top spot from John Behron on lap five and never gave it back to enjoy his first feature win at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in several season.
Young Joey Delacruz won his first ever Brewerton Speedway Four Cylinder Super Stock feature race last Friday night. Delacruz won out in the paint swapping affair over Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert and Daryl Carl. It was a three car battle for the 15-lap feature win. Delacruz hung on for the victory with Erwin and Powelczyk following.
Chad Dupra was also a first time feature winner Friday at Brewerton Speedway. Dupra's victory came in the 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro. Jerry Herbert, Kelly Smith, Jerry Curcie Sr. and Kevin Hendrix finished in positions second through fifth respectively. A total of 20-cars started the main event.
Professional motorsports competition will pick up again this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks in competition. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.

CHINA TOWNE FURNITURE FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Tim Fuller, Alan Johnson, Steve Hulsizer, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Gary Tomkins, Ryan Phelps, Vic Coffey, Mitch Gibbs, Chuck Bower, Dale Planck, Tom Sears, Sean Beardsley, Jim Witko, Jeff Isabell, Tony Buffa, Matt Sheppard, Bob McCreadie, Tim Harris, Danny Johnson, Scott Prentice.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Johnny Hill, Bill Anderson Sr., Mike Jeffries, Mike Chilson, Carmen Vona Jr., Richard Townsend, Tim Hearne, Rich Riggs, Tony Finch, Ken Rogers, Bill Anderson Jr., Dave Talbot, Dale Caswell, Steve Coit, Les Hubbard, Brian Cannizzo, Coleen Finch, Don Alvord, Dan Wilcox, Bob Ridgeway, Bob Bradt, A.J. Kingsley, Calvin Painter, Kevan Cook.
MOD LITES---Frank Doll Jr., Mark Cooper, Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes, Doug Williams, Steve Miller, Don Fenner, Ken Gamlen, Lowell Zehr, Joe Garafolo, Kevin Doll, Kevin Donhauser, John Behron, Ray Donhauser, Dan Williams, Brad Shova, Rocco Leone, Larry Casbohm, Darren Austin, Joe Abbass, Kelly Skinner, Luke Lonergan, Sam Morse, Jeff Barker, Rick Rogala, Chris Propheter, Matt Magner, Joe Isabell, Matt Cummo.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Joey Delacruz, Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert, Daryl Carl, Aron Backus, Sam Curcie, Lorraine Powelczyk, Ed Janeskie, Rich Rainville, Chris Kranz, Glen Erwin, Lee Hartzog, Rich Murtaugh, Todd Williamson, Doug Farnsworth, Lorrie Herbert.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Dupra, Jerry Herbert, Kelly Smith, Jerry Curcie Sr., Kevin Hendrix.


FIVE FEATURE RACE PROGRAM PLUS DRIVERS TUG OF WAR PLANNED AT FULTON SPEEDWAY ON COORS LIGHT NIGHT

FULTON, NY...A five feature race program plus a Drivers Tug Of War are all planned at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, May 21 on Coors Light Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in race competition this Saturday at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. Show time is set for 7 p.m.
Pat Ward and Billy Decker have been the early season winners so far this season in the DIRT Modified class at Fulton Speedway. Danny Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Alan Johnson, Scott Prentice, Tom Sears, Dale Planck, A.J. Romano, Jeff Rudalavage, Ryan Phelps, John Barker and Vinnie Vitale will all look to add their name to the winners list this Saturday.
Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Joey Williams, Shawn Donath and Dave Reilley have all enjoyed early season success in the DIRT Sportsman ranks. Joe Stefanski, T.J. Fitzgibbons, John Pietrowicz, Lee Burnett and Dick Parkhurst are the top drivers to date in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden, Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Gary Donahue and Joe Buske make up the top five currently in the Pure Stock ranks.
Chad Dupra will look for his second Four Cylinder Enduro feature race win of the season this Saturday on Coors Light Night. A Drivers Tug of War will also be staged during intermission. The top drivers in the point standings in the weekly divisions will look for the victory in the Drivers Tug of War.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 21 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Coors Light Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


ANOTHER ACTION PACKED RACE PROGRAM SCHEDULED AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, MAY 20TH

BREWERTON, NY...Race competition will return to Brewerton Speedway this Friday, May 20. Battling at the D-shaped DIRT Demon this Friday will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. A special Paper Bag Race will also be contested. The first event of the evening will start at 7:30 p.m.
Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Chuck Bower, Matt Sheppard, Dale Planck, Mitch Gibbs, Danny Johnson, Bob McCreadie, Steve Hulsizer, Ryan Phelps, Tom Sears, Vic Coffey and Scott Prentice are some of the top DIRT Modified drivers that will look for the $2,000 winners share in the 35-lap main event this Friday night.
Bill Anderson Sr., Mike Jeffries, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard and Mike Chilson are all off to a strong start this season in the IMCA Modified division. Tim Devendorf, Matt Magner, Don Fenner, Mark Cooper, Frank Doll Jr. and Darren Forbes will look to continue their success this season in the Mod Lite division. Russell Erwin, Rich Murtaugh, Aaron Backus, Todd Williamson, Jeff Herbert and Chuck Powelczyk are the top drivers to date in the Four Cylinder Stock ranks.
A special Paper Bag Race will be staged during intermission this Friday night. The Paper Bag Race will consist of a driver with a Paper Bag over their head. They will then be instructed by the co-pilot in the back seat. The competition is by time with one car on the track at a time. All cars must be street legal and both participants must have a pit pass.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 20 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 11 and is easily located off of Interstate Route 81.


First ever magnetic schedule night to be held at Brewerton Speedway Friday, May 13th

Brewerton, NY--The Brewerton Speedway announced today that this Friday would be magnetic schedule night. The first 1,000 fans in attendance would receive a free magnetic schedule courtesy of Syracuse.com and the Brewerton Speedway. "This is a great way for fans to keep track of what's coming up each week at the track", says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton Speedway. "These schedules can be placed on your refrigerator or on any metal surface." The schedule measures 4" by 7", and lists all of the events during the year, including any special events. All weekly regular events are Webcast live exclusively on Syracuse.com, in an event that fans cannot attend that week. For more information, log on to www.brewertonspeedway.com or www.syracuse.com/speedcasts.


First ever magnetic schedule night to be held at Fulton Speedway Saturday, May 14th

Fulton, NY--The Fulton Speedway announced today that this Saturday would be magnetic schedule night. The first 1,000 fans in attendance would receive a free magnetic schedule courtesy of Syracuse.com and the Fulton Speedway. "This is a great way for fans to keep track of what's coming up each week at the track", says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton Speedway. "These schedules can be placed on your refrigerator or on any metal surface." The schedule measures 4" by 7", and lists all of the events during the year, including any special events. All weekly regular events are Webcast live exclusively on Syracuse.com, in an event that fans cannot attend that week. For more information, log on to www.fultonspeedway.com or www.syracuse.com/speedcasts.


DECKER FLIES TO FIRST FULTON SPEEDWAY WIN OF THE SEASON ON FERRIS INDUSTRIES NIGHT

FULTON, NY...Billy Decker earned his first DIRT Big Block Modified 35-lap feature win of the season Saturday at Fulton Speedway on Ferris Industries Night. Decker took the top spot away from Dale Planck on lap-18 and went on to the victory in the John Wight owned car. The victory for the Gypsum Wholesalers DIRT Modified team was worth $2,000.
Jeff Isabell raced out to the early lead at the start of the Ferris Industries DIRT Modified main event from the pole starting position. Isabell led the opening four circuits in the 26-car starting field. Rookie Ryan Richardson took the top spot away from Isabell on lap five. Richardson would lead the field through the ninth circuit. Dale Planck passed Richardson on lap-10.
Once in front Planck was looking to open up his lead, but Decker had a different plan. The duo raced side by side for several circuits before Decker got the advantage to take away the top spot just at the halfway mark. Planck, Pat Ward, Jimmy Phelps, Matt Sheppard, Danny Johnson, Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Richardson and Sean Beardsley followed in the top ten at the halfway stage.
In the last half of the event Decker was able to maintain his lead and go on to victory in the long stretch of green flag racing. The battle for positions second through eighth was frantic with plenty of two and three wide competition, slide jobs and some wheel banging. Alan Johnson made the charge from the 17th starting position to finish a strong second.
Ward, Danny Johnson and Sheppard completed the top five feature finishers. Jimmy Phelps, Fuller, Planck, Beardsley and Richardson completed the top ten feature finishers in the highly competitive field.
Kevin Bates won his second Fulton Speedway 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race of the season last Saturday. Bates recovered from an early race tangle that sent him to the rear of the field to pass Greg Doust with just two laps to go for the victory. Doust settled for second with Mark Yorker, Sam Reakes IV and Dave Reilley completing the top five feature finishers.
T.J. Fitzgibbons recorded his first 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock feature race victory of the year last Saturday. Joe Stefanski, John Pietrowicz, Jason Rood and Lee Burnett finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Fitzgibbons took the lead away from Rood on lap-10 and held off the hard charging Stefanski for the victory in the 25-car starting grid.
Rusty Marsden won his second straight 15-lap Pure Stock main event last Saturday. Dan Hofmann Sr., Chad Crouse, Gary Donahue and Gary Barton followed the winner across the finish line. Rusty Marsden took the top spot away from Dave Emmons on lap-10 and then held on for another trip to the winners circle.
Chad Dupra was the race winner in the season opening 25-lap Four Cylinder Enduro last Saturday. Marjorie Wallace, Mark Johnston, Skip DeGroff and Matt Wetter completed the top five feature finishers in the 25-car starting field.
Racing will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Mod Lites all in action. Race time is set for 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.

FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Tim Fuller, Dale Planck, Sean Beardsley, Ryan Richardson, Scott Prentice, A.J. Romano, John Barker, Ryan Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Tony Buffa, Chad Phelps, Dave Axton, Dan Vauter, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Vinnie Vitale, Jim Witko, Jeff Isabell, Tom Sears, Jeff Rudalavage, Tim Sears.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Kevin Bates, Greg Doust, Mark Yorker, Sam Reakes IV, Dave Reilley, Joey Williams, Rick Amo, Shawn Donath, Brett Tonkin, Jim Bowman, Rob Bellinger, Chris Higgins, Matt Janczuk, Roger West, Scott Nash, Todd Town, Stewart Garrison, Mike Bowman, Jordan Bennett, Ray Bresenahan, Jeremy Pitcher, Mark Davison, Alan Fink, Shane Donath.
DIRT PRO STOCKS---T.J. Fitzgibbons, Joe Stefanski, John Pietrowicz, Jason Rood, Lee Burnett, Louie Jackson, Dick Parkhurst, Clayton Benedict, Bill Clark, Freddy Dennis, Ray Maloney, Paul Stoneburg, Jason Parkhurst, Scott Kocher, Jim Evans, Mitchell Jock, Ricky Breed, Bernie Merithew, Jack Terrell, Dale Guernsey, John Yando Jr., Scott Beeles, Dave Bruno, Donnie Decker, Jeremy Clark.
PURE STOCKS---Rusty Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., Chad Crouse, Gary Donahue, Gary Barton, Ron Hawker, Phil Marsden, Curt Prevo, Ron Marsden, Joe Buske, Rick DeGroff, George Ritchie Jr., Rob Whipple, Bob Whipple, Dave Emmons, Jim Donaldson, Debbie Whalen, Jay McGillicuddy, Steve Woodworth, Bill Thomas, Chuck Lacey, Brandon Warner.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Chad Durpa, Marjorie Wallace, Mark Johnston, Skip DeGroff, Matt Wetter.


ALAN JOHNSON WINS SECOND STRAIGHT AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FERRIS INDUSTRIES NIGHT

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson won his second straight 35-lap DIRT Modified feature race of the season last Friday at Brewerton Speedway on Ferris Industries Night. Johnson took the top spot away from Vic Coffey on lap-30 and went on to the hard fought victory in the WPC Associates ride. The victory for the Jeff Rudalavage owned team was worth $2,000.
Vic Coffey raced out to the early lead at the start of the Ferris Industries DIRT Modified main event. With just five circuits complete Coffey was being chased in the top five by Jim Witko, Dale Planck, Mitch Gibbs and Tom Sears. Racing was slowed for the first time when multi-time Track Champion Bob McCreadie slowed in the third turn. On the restart Gary Tomkins, Pat Ward and Sears came together in turn three.
When the event restarted Coffey was looking to run away and hide from the remainder of the all star field. At the halfway mark Coffey, Planck, Alan Johnson, Witko and Danny Johnson raced in the top five. Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower and Mitch Gibbs raced in positions sixth through tenth respectively at the halfway stage.
Alan Johnson moved into the second position on lap-21. He completed his charge from the 15th starting position into the lead on lap-30. Once in front Johnson went on to the victory. Decker also got by Coffey in the late going to earn a strong second place finish. Coffey settled for third with Fuller and Planck completing the top five feature finishers. Only two caution periods slowed the event.
Bill Anderson Sr. also made it two for two during the young season at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in the IMCA Modified division. Johnny Hill, Mike Jeffries, Les Hubbard and Bill Anderson Jr. finished in positions second through fifth respectively. The elder Anderson recovered from the rear of the field after a first lap tangle to earn the victory.
Doug Williams was the winner of the 20-lap Mod Lite main event last Friday. Williams won the main event by inches ahead of opening night feature winner Tim Devendorf. Darren Forbes, Mark Cooper and Don Fenner completed the top five feature finishers. The 30-car Mod Lite feature race was hotly contested from the drop of the green flag until the checkered flag.
Todd Williamson was the winner of the 15-lap Four Cylinder Super Stock main event. Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert and Daryl Carl completed the top five feature finishers in the 20-car starting field. Williamson took advantage of his up front starting position to lead the entire event.
Race competition will resume this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers all in action. One on One Spectator Races will also be contested. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or go on line to www.brewertonspeedway.com.

FERRIS INDUSTRIES FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Vic Coffey, Tim Fuller, Dale Planck, Gary Tomkins, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Pat Ward, Jim Witko, Sean Beardsley, Danny Johnson, Mitch Gibbs, Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice, Ryan Phelps, Kyle Jacobs, Jeff Isabell, Tony Buffa, Bob McCreadie.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Bill Anderson Sr., Johnny Hill, Mike Jeffries, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Kevan Cook, Bob Bradt, Mike Chilson, Bob Ridgeway, Carmen Vona Jr., Tony Finch, Steve Coit, Richard Townsend, Ken Rogers, Tim Hearne, Dale Caswell, Brian Evenden, Pat Pontello, Jason Amidon, Rich Riggs, Jon Amidon, Calvin Painter, Dan Wilcox, Dave Talbot.
MOD LITES---Doug Williams, Tim Devendorf, Darren Forbes, Mark Cooper, Don Fenner, Matt Magner, Joe Garafolo, Dan Williams, Jeff Barker, Ray DonHauser, Lowell Zehr, Frank Doll Jr., Kevin Doll, Kevin DonHauser, Sam Morse, Ken Gamlen, Larry Casbohm, Rocco Leone, Joe Isabell, Steve Miller, Darren Austin, Joe Abbass, Brad Shova, Kelly Skinner, Brenda Rice, Ted York, John Byrnes, Wayne Younglove, Matt Cummo, Chris Propheter.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Todd Williamson, Russell Erwin, Chuck Powelczyk, Jeff Herbert, Daryl Carl, Rich Rainville, Doug Farnsworth, Aaron Backus, John West, Rich Murtaugh, Lee Hartzog, Sam Curcie Jr., Bill Tice, Lorraine Birmingham, Chris Kranz, Bob Prugg, Ralph Kranz, Glen Erwin, Lorrie Herbert, Joey Delacruz.


FIVE DIVISION RACE PROGRAM PLANNED AT FULTON SPEEDWAY, MAY 14TH ON COCA-COLA / TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT NIGHT

FULTON, NY...A big five division race program is planned at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, May 14 on Coca-Cola / Tracey Road Equipment Night. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Mod Lites will all be in competition on the multi-groove, high-banked track. Show time is set for 7 p.m. sharp.
Danny Johnson, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Tom Sears, Jeff Rudalavage, Jimmy Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, John Barker, A.J. Romano, Tim Sears, Dale Planck and Steve Hulsizer are just some of the drivers that will look for the victory in the 35-lap DIRT Modified main event this Saturday on Coca-Cola / Tracey Road Equipment Night.
Competition will also be top notch in the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and Mod Lite classes. Well over 100 cars will battle throughout the evening at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200. Fans can expect the usual fast-pace race program at Fulton Speedway this Saturday, as well as they can throughout the 2005 race season.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, May 14 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Coca-Cola / Tracey Road Equipment Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


CHINA TOWNE FURNITURE TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, MAY 13TH

BREWERTON, NY...Any evening at Brewerton Speedway is one to remember. Just will "Friday the 13th" be like at the D-shaped DIRT Demon? The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro Racers will all hope that the demons stay away on China Towne Furniture Night. One on One Spectator Races will also be staged. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Multi-time Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Champion dominated the season opener at the D-shaped DIRT Demon. Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins, Chuck Bower and Bob McCreadie are all former Track Champions at Brewerton Speedway and all are coming off a strong outing during the recent opener. The above drivers are the only Track Champions in the history of the headline class.
Pat Ward, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Mitch Gibbs, Danny Johnson, Steve Hulsizer, Ryan Phelps, Tim Sears, Dale Planck, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice and Vic Coffey are some of the drivers that would love to add their name to the list of drivers as Brewerton Speedway Track Champion. Without a doubt, Brewerton Speedway features the toughest field of DIRT Modified competitors in the northeast.
Veteran Bill Anderson Sr. recorded the opening night IMCA Modified feature race victory. Defending Mod Lite Track Champion Tim Devendorf was the winner of the initial Mod Lite main event of 2005. Russell Erwin won his first ever Four Cylinder Stock main event in the season opener, while Jerry Herbert will look for his second win of 2005 in the Four Cylinder Enduro ranks.
Fans will be able to take to the track in the One on One Spectator Races. Competitors must have a street legal vehicle, a helmet, a pit pass and courage to participate. The event is elimination style and it always provides some great family entertainment. And all the great on the track excitement is sponsored by China Towne Furniture.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 13 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on China Towne Furniture Night will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.


FULTON SPEEDWAY SUFFERS SECOND STRAIGHT RAINOUT

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway suffered their second straight rainout of the 2005 season last Saturday night. Heavy rain throughout the morning and early afternoon forced the show to be called off just shortly after 1 p.m.
Professional DIRT Motorsports competition is scheduled to start up again this Saturday, May 7. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. One on One Spectator Races will also be contested.
Adult admission this Saturday on Ferris Industries Night is $12. Ages 10-14 priced at only $5 and all those nine years of age and under will be admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping are offered for all regular Saturday night events.
Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. with race competition set to start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


ALAN JOHNSON OPENS BREWERTON SPEEDWAY SEASON WITH DOMINATING DIRT MODIFIED FEATURE VICTORY

BREWERTON, NY...Alan Johnson opened the 2005 race season at Brewerton Speedway with a dominating feature victory in the 35-lap DIRT Modified main event. Johnson took the top spot away from Billy Decker on lap-20 and was able to hold on for the victory in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, WPC Associates sponsored ride despite a smoking engine in the final circuits.
Danny Johnson raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Modified main event from the pole starting position. Action slowed on lap one when Jim Witko and several other cars came together on lap one. When the event restarted Johnson regained the top spot, but action slowed once again when Scott Prentice stopped on the track in turn two. That would turn out to be the final caution period of the race.
Billy Decker took the lead away from Johnson on the restart. With ten laps complete Decker was being chased in the top five by Alan Johnson, Gary Tomkins, Danny Johnson and Pat Ward. It was on lap-20 when Alan Johnson took the lead away from Decker. With the race staying under green flag conditions Alan pulled away for the victory, but some battles remained throughout the field.
Teammates Decker and Ward finished in positions second and third. Defending Track Champion Tomkins was fourth and former Track Champion Chuck Bower finished a strong fifth. Tim Fuller, Bob McCreadie, Matt Sheppard, Mitch Gibbs and Danny Johnson finished in positions sixth through tenth. The feature field was represented with 18 former DIRT Modified feature winners in the 24-car starting field.
Veteran Bill Anderson Sr. won the season opening 20-lap IMCA Modified main event. Mike Chilson, Mike Jeffries, Johnny Hill and Les Hubbard followed Anderson across the finish line. Anderson took control of the field on lap three and never looked back for the convincing opening night win.
Defending Mod Lite Track Champion Tim Devendorf crossed the finish line first at the conclusion of the 20-lap Mod Lite feature race. Matt Magner, Frank Doll, Don Fenner and Chris Propheter finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Devendorf took the lead away from Magner with just two laps to go for the feature win.
Russell Erwin claimed his first ever feature race victory in the 15-lap Four Cylinder Stock main. Rich Murtaugh, Aaron Backus, Joey Delacruz and Lorrie Herbert finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Todd Williamson and Chuck Powelczyk both dropped out of the event while leading. Erwin inherited the lead on lap-12 and never looked back.
Jerry Herbert won the season opening Four Cylinder Enduro of the season Friday night. Doe Lyboult, Randy Shantel, Mike Getek Jr. and Art Durpa completed the top five finishers in the 21-car starting field.
Action will continue this Friday at Brewerton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Ladies Races all on the schedule. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.
FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Gary Tomkins, Chuck Bower, Tim Fuller, Bob McCreadie, Matt Sheppard, Mitch Gibbs, Danny Johnson, Steve Hulsizer, Ryan Phelps, Sean Beardsley, Del Rougeux, Ray Bliss, Tim Sears, Jeff Isabell, Dale Planck, Tom Sears, Scott Prentice, Brian Murphy, Tony Buffa, Jim Witko Jr.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Bill Anderson Sr., Mike Chilson, Mike Jeffries, Johnny Hill, Les Hubbard, Bill Anderson Jr., Dale Caswell, Dave Talbot, Kevan Cook, Mike Stolarczyk, Ken Rogers, Jon Dumas, Richard Townsend, Bob Ridgeway, Calvin Painter, Shawna Conner, Rich Riggs, Tim Hearne, Carmen Vona, Dan Wilcox, Aaron Jacobs, Pat Pontello, Brian Cannizzo, Bob Bradt.
MOD LITES--Tim Devendorf, Matt Magner, Frank Doll Jr., Don Fenner, Chris Propheter, Ray DonHauser, Mark Cooper, Jeff Barker, Dan Williams, Joe Garafolo, John Behron, Darren Forbes, Rocco Leone, Ken Gamlen, Steve Miller, Kevin Doll, Bradley Shova, Darren Austin, Ted York, Doug Williams, Kelly Skinner, Luke Lonegran, Brenda Rice, Larry Casbohm, John Byrnes, Lowell Zehr, Joe Gwilt, Joe Isabell, Kevin DonHauser, Dennis Propheter.
FOUR CYLINDER SUPER STOCKS---Russell Erwin, Rich Murtaugh, Aaron Backus, Joey Delacruz, Lorrie Herbert, Sam Curcie, Chris Kranz, Glenn Erwin, Ed Curry, Jeff Herbert, Chuck Powelczyk, Todd Williamson, John Goldman, Doug Farnsworth, John West.
FOUR CYLINDER ENDURO TOP FIVE---Jerry Herbert, Doe Lyboult, Randy Shantel, Mike Getek Jr., Art Dupra.


CARVEL NAMED OFFICIAL ICE CREAM OF BREWERTON AND FULTON SPEEDWAY'S

BREWERTON, NY...Representatives from Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's as well as Carvel Ice Cream announced recently that the Carvel Ice Cream franchise in Fulton, N.Y. would be the Official Ice Cream of both racetracks for the 2005 race season. Carvel Ice Cream along with Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway hope for a "hot" season ahead to enjoy the fine product.

“We’re excited about the possibilities of being associated with Carvel”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton and Fulton Speedways. “Carvel of Fulton will be able to supply us with exciting new products, and also be part of our family promotions, including new birthday packages, and becoming the title sponsor of our Junior Fan Club at Brewerton.”

David Gerth, owner of Carvel in Fulton says, “Being part of the exciting racing community gives us a great way to promote our products. All of our products will be made fresh in our store, and available at both speedways. We are also looking forward to becoming part of the Junior Fan Club at Brewerton, and we will provide the kids with prizes and coupons throughout the year.”

Carvel Ice Cream is located at 505 South Second Street in Fulton and is just minutes away from Fulton Speedway. To reach the fine folks at the Fulton Carvel Ice Cream establishment please call 315-593-8822.

Brewerton Speedway operates every Friday night featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.

It is on Saturday nights' when the Fulton Speedway is alive with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks as weekly classes. Race time is 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


FERRIS INDUSTRIES TO PRESENT RACE PROGRAM AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

BREWERTON, NY...Ferris Industries will present the professional race program set for Brewerton Speedway this Friday, May 6. In race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and Ladies Races. Show time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Gary Tomkins is the defending Brewerton Speedway DIRT Big Block Modified Track Champion. Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Vic Coffey, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, Bob McCreadie, Danny Johnson, Dale Planck, Steve Hulsizer, Tom Sears and Tim Sears are some of the drivers that will look to take the title away from Tomkins.
Johnny Hill is set to defend his 2004 season title in the IMCA Modified division. Tim Devendorf is the defending champion in the popular Mod Lite division. Chuck Powelczyk is in search of his third straight championship at the D-shaped DIRT Demon in the Four Cylinder Stock class. Competition in all four weekly classes at Brewerton Speedway is top notch.
At the conclusion of the regular race program this Friday evening will be the always interesting Ladies Races. The lap times in the Ladies Races are always a bit off from the regular competition, but the entertainment value is unique.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, May 6 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition on Ferris Industries Night will start at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $12, ages
10-14 priced at only $5. All those nine years of age and under are admitted free of charge. Free parking and overnight camping are also provided.
For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.


FULTON SPEEDWAY LOSES WEEK NUMBER TWO TO RAN WITH ACTION TO START UP AGAIN ON SATURDAY, APRIL 30TH

FULTON, NY...The second scheduled race program of the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway was called off last Saturday due to heavy rain that started Friday evening and continued through Saturday afternoon. Fulton Speedway was coming off its' most successful opening day in the dirt era of the historic track the previous week.
Race competition at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200 will pick up again this Saturday, April 30. In race competition on Promotion Speed Supply Night will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the popular Mod Lites. Fans will be treated to a fast-paced three division race program on the multi-groove track.
Danny Johnson, Tim Fuller, Matt Sheppard, Tom Sears Jr., Billy Decker, Jeff Rudalavage, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, John Barker, AJ. Romano, Tim Sears, Dale Planck, Pat Ward and Alan Johnson are just some of the drivers that will look for the win in the 35-lap DIRT Modified main this Saturday night.
Kevin Bates will look for his second straight victory in the DIRT Sportsman division. Joe Stefanksi will be in search of win number two in the DIRT Pro Stock class. Russ Marsden will look to do the same in the Pure Stock class. This Saturday will mark the first appearance of the season by the Mod Lites.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, April 30 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition on Promotion Speed Supply Night will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY SEASON OPENER RAIN DELAYED TO FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH

BREWERTON, NY...The 2005 Grand Opening at Fulton Speedway will now be Friday, April 29 after the scheduled season opener was rained out last Friday. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites, Four Cylinder Super Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers will all be in competition. Race time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Tim Sears, Gary Tomkins, Ryan Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Pat Ward, Dale Planck, Danny Johnson, Tom Sears, Mitch Gibbs, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Scott Prentice, Vic Coffey, Bob McCreadie and Chuck Bower were all have to wait one week to look for the victory in the season opener.
Despite the expected rainy weather strong car counts were in the pits ready for the season opener. The total included 24 DIRT Big Block Modifieds, 23 IMCA Modifieds, 26 Mod Lites and 21 Four Cylinder Super Stocks. All four classes will return along with the Four Cylinder Enduro racers.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, April 29 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com
The track is located on Route 11 in Brewerton, N.Y. Free parking and overnight camping is offered for every event. Children nine years of age and under are admitted free of charge for every event. Adult admission for the season opener is $12. Ages 10-14 will be admitted for only $5.


RACING SET TO RESUME AT FULTON SPEEDWAY THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 23RD

FULTON, NY...The second show of the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway is scheduled for Saturday, April 23. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro racers. Race competition will start at 7 p.m.
Alan Johnson will look for his second straight victory of the season at Fulton Speedway this Saturday. Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Tim Fuller, Tom Sears, Billy Decker, Jeff Rudalavage, Jimmy Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, John Barker, A.J. Romano, Tim Sears, Dale Planck and Steve Hulsizer will all look to keep A.J. out of victory lane this week.
Young Kevin Bates will look for his second straight DIRT Sportsman feature race victory this Saturday. Western New York's Joe Stefanksi will look to do the same in the DIRT Pro Stock ranks. Rusty Marsden, the defending Pure Stock Track Champion will seek win number two of the new year this Saturday. The Four Cylinder Enduro racers will stage their first event of 2005.
Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, April 23 will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the city limits.


2005 SEASON OPENER AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY FRIDAY, APRIL 22ND

BREWERTON, NY...The 2005 Grand Opening at Brewerton Speedway is set for Friday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all compete at the D-shaped DIRT Demon during the season opener.
Gary Tomkins is the defending DIRT Big Block Modified Track Champion at Brewerton Speedway. Alan Johnson, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Vic Coffey, Matt Sheppard, Chuck Bower, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, John Barker, Bob McCreadie and Tim Sears will all return to the DIRT Modified wars this season.
Danny Johnson, Dale Planck and Steve Hulsizer will all return to Brewerton Speedway this season. Add World of Outlaws Dirty Dozen member Tim McCreadie to the mix during the season opener this Friday night and you have a tremendous field.
John Hill is the defending IMCA Modified Track Champion. Tim Devendorf will look for his second straight championship season in the Mod Lite division. Chuck Powelczyk is searching for his third straight Track Championship at Brewerton Speedway in the Four Cylinder Stock class.
Brewerton Speedway gates on Friday, April 22 will open at 5:30 p.m. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com


ALAN JOHNSON RECORDS IMPRESSIVE SHOWDOWN AT SUNDOWN VICTORY AT FULTON SPEEDWAY IN FRONT OF HUGE OPENING NIGHT CROWD

FULTON, NY...Alan Johnson recorded an impressive victory in the 2005 Grand Opening last Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Johnson earned the win in the caution free 45-lap DIRT Modified Showdown at Sundown in the Jeff Rudalavage owned, WPC Associates sponsored ride. A huge opening night crowd witnessed the season opener at the Home of the Dynomax Victoria 200.
Justin Haers raced out to the early lead at the start of the DIRT Modified Showdown at Sundown from the pole starting position. After five circuits Haers continued to lead and was followed in the top five by Chuck Bower, Alan Johnson, Danny Johnson and Tim McCreadie. Johnson worked past Ward to take over the second position on lap-15.
It took Johnson just one more circuit for Johnson to take the lead away from Haers. At the halfway mark of the 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown Johnson was being chased in the top five by Ward, Hears, Danny Johnson and Tim McCreadie. Racing in positions sixth through tenth at the halfway mark in order included Matt Sheppard, Tom Sears, Billy Decker, Gary Tomkins and Tim Fuller.
With the race staying under green flag conditions Johnson was able to keep and build his lead in and out of lapped traffic. The battle of the race was for the second position. Ward won the battle for the runner-up position with Danny Johnson, McCreadie and Sheppard completing the top five feature finishers. Haers, Fuller, Tomkins, Tom Sears and Decker completed the top ten finishers in the very competitive field.
Kevin Bates scored the opening night 20-lap DIRT Sportsman feature race victory. The young Pennsylvania driver was followed across the finish line by Russ Hefti, Joey Williams, Mark Yorker and Greg Doust. Bates found room under Hefti on lap-14 to take the feature lead which he would never give back. Shawn Donath and Williams were also feature race leaders.
Joe Stefanski recovered from an early race tangle to win the opening 20-lap DIRT Pro Stock main event. Pete Stefanski, Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz and T.J. Fitzgibbons completed the top five feature finishers behind Joe Stefanski. Pietrowicz led the opening eight laps of the main event. It was on lap nine when Joe Stefanski passed Pietrowicz for the victory.
Defending Pure Stock Track Champion Rusty Marsden earned the opening night victory in the 15-lap main event. Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth and Mike Welch finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Rusty Marsden took the lead away from Dan Hofmann Sr. on lap eight and never gave it back. Hofmann earlier led the first seven circuits.
Veteran Bill Anderson Sr. was the winner of the 25-lap IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race. Larry Bezner, Jeff Jones, Danny Ballard and Mike Jeffries finished in positions second through fifth respectively. Anderson finally took the top spot away from Dale Caswell on lap-20 after an outstanding battle for the lead.
Action will continue this Saturday at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Four Cylinder Enduro drivers in competition. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. with race action set to start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.
FEATURE RACE SUMMARY
DIRT BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS---Alan Johnson, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Tim McCreadie, Matt Sheppard, Justin Haers, Tim Fuller, Gary Tomkins, Tom Sears, Billy Decker, Jeff Rudalavage, Jimmy Phelps, Chuck Bower, Steve Poirier, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, Scott Prentice, John Barker, A.J. Romano, Tim Sears, Jim Witko, Donnie Wetmore Jr., Sean Beardsley, Dale Planck, Pat O'Brien.
DIRT SPORTSMAN---Kevin Bates, Russ Hefti, Joey Williams, Mark Yorker, Greg Doust, Shawn Donath, Chris Hile, Jim Bowman, Dave Reilley, Roy Bresnahan, Jordan Bennett, Brett Tonkin, Rick Amo, Ron Schadt, Stewart Garrison, Mike Bowman, Sam Reakes IV, Chris Higgins, Alan Fink.
DIRT PRO STOCK FEATURE---Joe Stefanski, Pete Stefanski, Lee Burnett, John Pietrowicz, T.J. Fitzgibbons, Dick Parkhurst, Scott Beeles, Ricky Breed, Don Decker, Bill Clark Jr., Dale Guernsey, Allen Peters, Jason Rood, Jack Terrell, Jay Feisthamel, Mark Alnutt.
PURE STOCK FEATURE---Rusty Marsden, Chad Crouse, Phil Marsden, Steve Woodworth, Mike Welch, Joe Buske, Mike Rasbeck, Dave Mannise, Mike Holford, Dave Marcuccilli, Gary Donahue, Rick DeGroff, Rob Whipple, John Holder, Brandon Warner, Dan Hofmann Sr., Bill Thomas, George Ritchie Jr., Curt Prevo, Deb Whalen, Dave Emmons, Chris Mackey, Josh Blackwell.
IMCA MODIFIEDS---Bill Anderson Sr., Larry Bezner, Jeff Jones, Danny Ballard, Mike Jeffries, George Cantanzano, Lyle Smith, Dale Caswell, John Mason, Don Reeves, Ken Klinkowsky, Mike Chilson, Aaron Jacobs, Brian Evenden, Tony Finch, Bob Bradt, Ken Rogers, Mike Smith, Don Alvord, Rich Keller, Calvin Painter, Tom Eiklor, Richard Townsend, Brad Wall.


SUCCESSFUL TEST AND TUNE PRACTICE SESSION AT FULTON SPEEDWAY LEADS INTO SEASON OPENER SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH

FULTON, NY...A total of 88 race cars participated in the Test and Tune Practice session last Saturday at Fulton Speedway.
Now all attention is focused on the 2005 Grand Opening at the Home of the Victoria 200 which will take place this Saturday, April 16. The first event of the new season will take Starter Kenny Marshall's green flag at 7 p.m.
Pat Ward, Matt Sheppard, Danny Johnson, Jimmy Phelps, Bob McCreadie, Tom Sears, Ryan Phelps, Steve Hulsizer, Tim Sears and Tony Buffa recorded some of the fast laps of the afternoon practice session. Jeff Isabell, Tim Harris, Sean Beardsley, Jim Witko, Billy Dunn, Bob Bennett, Ryan Richardson and Joe August Jr. also tested their DIRT Modifieds out.
Drivers in the DIRT Sportsman class getting some laps in before the new season included Kevin Bates, Mark Yorker, Mike Bowman, Jordan Bennett, Joe Williams, Chris Higgins, Stewart Garrison, Chris Hile and Rick Amo. Fulton Speedway Pro Stock competitors that took in some track time last Saturday included Jack Terrell, Mark Alnutt, Fred Dennis, Dale Guernsey and Dick Parkhurst.
Russ Marsden, Curt Prevo, Phil Marsden, Dan Hofmann Sr., George Ritchie Jr., John Holder, Dave Mannise, Deb Whalen, Gary Donahue Jr., Chris Mackey and Bill Flask worked the bugs out in the Pure Stock class. A total of 13 IMCA Modifieds were testing before their big Empire State Series Race this Saturday, April 16.
A total of 13 Mod Lites were in attendance. The Mod Lite class will compete nine times this season at Fulton Speedway. Six Four Cylinder Super Stock racers were testing last Saturday. The class is a weekly fixture at Brewerton Speedway with a few specials slated at Fulton.
The Four Cylinder Enduro class was represented by five competitors. The Four Cylinder Enduro class is a semi-regular attraction at the speedway. Two of the popular Super Sprint Cars took some laps tp prepare for the first ever visit by the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars to Fulton Speedway on Monday, July 25.
In race competition this Saturday at Fulton Speedway will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and IMCA Modifieds. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will compete in the 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown 45-lap special. DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will compete in a weekly race program.
The IMCA Modified drivers will battle in the first race of the 2005 Empire State Series. Fulton Speedway gates will open at 5 p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


FULTON SPEEDWAY'S 2005 GRAND OPENING SET FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH

 FULTON, NY...The long awaited 2005 Grand Opening at Fulton Speedway is now 
just days away. Race competition at the Home of the Victoria 200 will 
start on Saturday, April 16. The 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown 45-lap 
special for DIRT Big Block Modifieds will highlight the evening.
      Also in race competition during the huge opening night race program 
will be the DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA 
Modifieds. The IMCA Modified competitors will battle in the Empire State 
Series Race. The first event of the 2005 season will start at 7 p.m. 
sharp.
      Tim Fuller will look for his third straight Track Championship at 
Fulton Speedway this season in the headline class. Fuller is coming off a 
tremendous season at Fulton Speedway in the Bob and Michele Faust owned 
car. The B&F General Machine team are also the defending Dynomax Victoria 
200 Champion and the $20,000 plus that goes with it.
      Pat Ward, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Jeff Rudalavage, Matt Sheppard, 
Jimmy Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, John Barker and  Scott Prentice 
will all look to improve on their Fulton Speedway rankings from the 2004 
season. Newcomers this season that should be in contention right away to 
victory lane include Danny Johnson, Dale Planck, A.J. Romano and Steve 
Hulsizer.
      Fans will also be in store for plenty of entertainment when the DIRT 
Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and IMCA Modifieds take to the 
multi-groove track. The DIRT Sportsman division will be without a 
defending Track Champion as Chad Phelps has moved up to the DIRT Big Block 
Modified ranks.
      Lee Burnett is the 2004 Fulton Speedway DIRT Pro Stock Track 
Champion. Rusty Marsden will look to repeat as Track Champion in the Pure 
Stock division. Sean Lias is the defending champion of the IMCA Modified 
Empire State Series Race at Fulton Speedway.
      Fulton Speedway gates on Saturday, April 16 will open at 5 p.m. Race 
competition is set to start at 7 p.m. Adult admission for the season 
opening special is $14. Children ages 10-14 are priced at $5 and all those 
nine years of age and under will be admitted free. Free parking and 
overnight camping is also offered.
      For more information please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or 
the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at 
www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is located on Route 57 just south of the 
city limits.


OPENING NIGHT OF FRIDAY, APRIL 22ND AT BREWERTON SPEEDWAY GETTING CLOSER

 BREWERTON, NY...It has been six months since Alan Johnson ended the 2004 
season at Brewerton Speedway with a thrilling Super DIRT Week victory. The 
D-shaped DIRT Demon will come alive once again on Friday, April 22 for the 
2005 season Grand Opening. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block 
Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks.
      Tuesday, April 19 is the date of the annual Test and Tune at 
Brewerton Speedway. The free to the public practice session will start at 
6 p.m. and run until approximately 8 p.m. Pit admission is only $10. All 
classes of cars are welcome for the Test and Tune. The Test and Tune is a 
valuable learning tool for the race teams, while fans get a sneak preview 
of the new season.>
      Season passes are now available for the 2005 campaign. A Season 
Grandstand Pass is priced at $240. A Season Pit Pass is marked at $340. A 
Save-A-Seat for the entire season is only $40. The 2005 Brewerton Season 
Passes include all 23 events on the event schedule.
      For more information on the 2005 season at Brewerton Speedway please 
call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On 
line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com. Children nine 
years of age and under are admitted free for every event.


FULTON SPEEDWAY'S 2005 GRAND OPENING SET FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH

FULTON, NY.The 2005 Grand Opening at Fulton Speedway is set for Saturday,
April 16. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in the 45-lap special 8th
Annual Showdown at Sundown. Also in race competition will be the DIRT
Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State
Series event. Race time is set for 7 p.m.
On the track action at Fulton Speedway will start one week earlier with
the Test and Tune Practice session which be held on Saturday, April 9 from
12 noon until 3 p.m. All classes of cars are welcome for the Test and Tune.
Grandstand admission is free of charge for the Test and Tune.
For more information regarding the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway
please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE.
On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com. The track is
located on Route 57, just south of the city limits.


BREWERTON SPEEDWAY'S TEST AND TUNE SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 19TH

BREWERTON, NY.Tuesday, April 19 is the date of the Test and Tune Practice
session at Brewerton Speedway. The Test and Tune session will start at 6
p.m. and last until approximately 8 p.m. All classes of cars are welcome for
the Test and Tune. Grandstand admission is free of charge for a sneak
preview of the 2005 season.
Actual race competition at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will start on
Friday, April 22. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites
and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in action during the 2005 Grand
Opening. Race competition will start at 7:30 p.m. sharp.
More information on the 2005 season at Brewerton Speedway can be
obtained by calling the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at
668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.
The track is located on Route 11 and is easily located off of Interstate
Route 81.


FIVE FORMER FULTON SPEEDWAY OPENING NIGHT WINNERS EXPECTED TO CHALLENGE FOR
SHOWDOWN AT SUNDOWN VICTORY ON SATURDAY, APRIL 16


FULTON, NY.Five former Fulton Speedway opening night feature winners are
expected to contend for the 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown victory on
Saturday, April 16. Danny Johnson, Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard
and Dale Planck are the five former opening night feature winners expected
to compete in the 2005 Grand Opening.
Several drivers will look for their first ever opening night victory at
the Home of the Victoria 200 on Saturday, April 16. Those drivers include
Fulton Speedway regulars such as Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Jeff Rudalavage,
Jimmy Phelps, Vinnie Vitale, Ryan Phelps, A.J. Romano, Steve Hulsizer, John
Barker and Scott Prentice.
A huge opening night show is planned at Fulton Speedway with the DIRT
Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Empire State Series for IMCA
Modifieds joining the DIRT Big Block Modifieds. Track gates will open at 5
p.m. Race competition will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is $14, ages
10-14 priced at $5 and all those nine years of age and under admitted free.
For more information on Fulton Speedway please call the track office at
315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available
at www.fultonspeedway.com.


FULTON SPEEDWAY TO HOST DIRT 358 MODIFIED MINI-SERIES WITH DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

FULTON, NY...Fulton Speedway will present a mini-series of races this season for the DIRT 358 Modifieds. At least five events will be scheduled and that will allow the track to declare a DIRT 358 Modified Track Champion for the 2005 season. Competitors will receive DIRT 358 Modified Home Track Bonus points that will lead to the overall Mr. DIRT 358 Modified title.
The DIRT 358 Modified mini-series at Fulton Speedway will give competitors in the central region of New York State a track to receive their Home Track Bonus points towards the 2005 championship. The mini-series will follow a dash for cash type format, with one feature race only. Rules for the mini-series at Fulton Speedway will be mandated by the 2005 DIRT rule book.
Fulton Speedway will host a Test and Tune Practice session on Saturday, April 9 from 12 noon until 3 p.m. All classes of race cars are welcome to take advantage of the session. Grandstand admission is free of charge for the Test and Tune.
Saturday, April 16 is the date of the 2005 Grand Opening at Fulton Speedway. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds will battle in the 45-lap 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown. DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the Empire State Series Race for the IMCA Modifieds will also be contested. Track gates will open at 5 p.m. with competition set to start at 7 p.m.
For more information regarding Fulton Speedway please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.


Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's to continue Webcast partnership with Syracuse.com for the 2005 racing season

BREWERTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced recently that it has continued their agreement with Syracuse.com to Webcast all weekly regular season races live for the 2005 race season. “We’re very excited to continue to Webcast our races live during the season”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for Brewerton Speedway. “We’ve had a tremendous response to the Webcasts last season and want to extend this feature to our fans to follow their favorite drivers if they are unable to make the race that week.”
Syracuse.com, the leader in local news and events, will continue to power the Webcast. “We are very pleased and excited to continue to be associated at the local level with the Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's”, says Michele Sardinia-Barker of Syracuse.com. “We will continue to give fans the chance to win weekly admission passes and monthly VIP pass giveaways, along with some new exciting features to be announced during the season.” This exciting feature allows drivers’ families and friends to follow the racing anywhere in the United States, Canada, or the world. All races are archived for one week to allow listening other then on race nights. For more information log on to www.syracuse.com/speedcasts.
The 2005 Grand Opening at Fulton Speedway is set for Saturday, April 16. The 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown 45-lap special for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds will highlight the evening. DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and the IMCA Modified Empire State Series Race will also be contested. Race time is set for 7 p.m. For more information on Fulton Speedway please call the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.
Friday, April 22 is the date of the 2005 Grand Opening at Brewerton Speedway. In race competition that evening at the D-shaped DIRT Demon will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. The first event of the 2005 season will start at 7:30 p.m. sharp. For more information on Brewerton Speedway please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.
Both tracks will also conduct a Test and Tune Practice session. Saturday, April 9 is the date of the Test and Tune at Fulton Speedway from 12 noon until 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 19 is the date of the Test and Tune at Brewerton Speedway which will start at 6 p.m. until approximately 8 p.m. All classes of cars are welcome at the Test and Tunes. Free grandstand admission is offered for both sessions.


Fernandez Automall to continue as the Official Vehicle Supplier of Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's

BREWRTON, NY...Brewerton and Fulton Speedway's announced recently that the Fernandez Auto Mall would continue as the Official Vehicle supplier of both tracks for the 2005 racing season. “We are extremely happy to continue our association with the Fernandez Auto Group”, says Mike Fabery, Director of Marketing for the Brewerton and Fulton Speedways. “Marc’s support of the tracks shows how dedicated he is to his dealerships and customers.”
Marc Fernandez, owner of Fernandez Automall says, “Being part of the exciting racing action has given us a great opportunity to showcase our dealerships. We look forward to expanding our relationship with the fans throughout the entire 2005 racing season.” Fernandez Auto Mall is located on Whiskey Hill Road in Wolcott, New York, and can be reached at (315) 594-8004. More information is available at www.fernandezautomall.com.
Fulton Speedway will host a Test and Tune Practice session on Saturday, April 9 from 12 noon until 3 p.m. Grandstand admission is free for the Test and Tune. Actual race competition will start on Saturday, April 16 with the 2005 season Grand Opening. The 8th Annual Showdown at Sundown 45-lap special for the DIRT Big Block Modifieds will highlight the evening.
DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks, Pure Stocks and a Empire State Series Race for the IMCA Modifieds will also be contested during the season opener. More information on Fulton Speedway can be obtained by calling the track office at 315-593-6531 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.fultonspeedway.com.
The annual Test and Tune Practice session at Brewerton Speedway is slated for Tuesday, April 19 and is scheduled from 6-8 p.m. Free grandstand admission is offered for the Test and Tune. Friday, April 22 is the date of the 2005 Grand Opening at the D-shaped Dirt Demon. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will all be in action.
For more information on Brewerton Speedway please call the track office at 315-668-6906 or the race line at 668-RACE. On line information is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.


BREWERTON/FULTON DRIVER DONNIE WETMORE INDUCTED TO NYSSCA HALL OF FAME

BREWERTON, NY – When Donnie Wetmore moved from Eastern New York in the late 1970’s to Central New York, little did he know that his career wheeling a Dirt Modified would never be the same. Calling Brewerton and Fulton Speedways his main home tracks throughout the entire 1980’s and into the late 1990’s, Wetmore established himself as possibly the top Small Block Modified driver in the history of the sport.

Wetmore’s career chauffeuring the now famous No. 73d was so extraordinary, that the much-heralded New York State Stock Car Association (NYSSCA) recently inducted him into their prestigious Hall of Fame on January 22 in a ceremony in front of nearly 500 racing enthusiasts. Without a doubt, this places Wetmore amongst an elite company of top drivers such as Richie Evans, Kenny Shoemaker, Lou Lazzaro, CD Coville, and Bill Wimble. Brother Stan Wetmore, known for his accomplishments at Lebanon Valley Speedway, is also a member. Ironically, their mother, Ethel-Searing Wetmore, is also a Hall of Fame member, from her decades of involvement in the sport as a female.

Donnie Wetmore began competing at Brewerton Speedway in 1976 when the track abandoned their Big Block Modified format to make the 318 Sportsman division their top billed class. That year, Wetmore scored the first of at least 68 career feature wins at the 1/3-mile track, placing him second on the all-time win list to Bob McCreadie who has 84 victories. But it was not until the 1980’s when Wetmore became the dominant Small Block Modified driver to beat at the popular D-Shaped track.

He scored eight Small Block Modified track titles, his first occurring in 1981 and last coming in 1992. In all, Wetmore has 15 different winning seasons at Brewerton (second to Bob McCreadie who has 18) and had 10 feature wins in 1986, second only to Bob McCreadie’s record of 11 wins in 1982. His last win at Brewerton was on June 21, 1996, his only win in a Big Block Modified at the track.

When the 3/8-mile Fulton Speedway was covered with clay in 1979, Donnie Wetmore was in attendance for the very first event for the Small Block Modified division. Although he did not claim a feature win in that initial season campaign, he did claim the very first Small Block track title. He finally reached victory lane on May 31 in 1980, setting himself up to become without a doubt, the most dominant driver in track history.

In all, Wetmore claimed six track championships at the Route 57 oval, his last coming in the 1991 season. Most importantly, he claimed 68-career feature wins, making him the all-time Modified feature winner. Wetmore also holds the records for most wins in a single season at Fulton (11 in 1985) and is tied for the most winning seasons (15) with rival Roger Phelps, arguably his toughest competitor. His last Fulton Speedway Small Block Modified victory came in 1997 on April 26.

Currently, Wetmore lives in Concord, North Carolina and continues to work as an instructor with the Richard Petty Driving Experience, a position he has held since the late 1990’s. He returns home several times during the racing season when his schedule allows to compete in a backup machine with his son, Donnie Jr., one of the top DIRT Sportsman pilots in Central New York. Wetmore has shown he can still get it done, with a feature win in the Victoria Sportsman Championship 30-lap event at Fulton Speedway on October 3, 2003.

Fulton Speedway lifts the lid on the 2005 racing season on Saturday April 16 with the much anticipated opener featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds which will be joined by the Sportsman, Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. A Test and Tune Practice Session will be held on Saturday April 9. For more information visit www.fultonspeedway.com.

Brewerton Speedway kicks off the new year on Friday April 22 with a special featuring the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Modified Lites, and Four Cylinder Super Stocks. The first on track action will take place on Tuesday April 19 with a Test and Tune session. For more information, contact www.brewertonspeedway.com or call the winter office for both tracks at (315) 668-6906.

Photo by Mike Johnson available for usage at http://www.fultonspeedway.com/photos/03/october3/103dwetmorewin.jpg.


FULTON SPEEDWAY / BREWERTON SPEEDWAY GREAT NORTHERN MALL DIRT CAR EXPO SET FOR MARCH 18-20

BREWERTON, NY...The annual Fulton Speedway / Brewerton Speedway Dirt Car Expo at the Great Northern Mall in Clay, N.Y. is set for March 18-20. Cars from both Central New York tracks will be on display to promote the fast approaching 2005 season. Schedule cards for both facilities will also be available with track officials on hand to discuss the upcoming race season.

Race teams can reserve a spot in the Dirt Car Expo at Great Northern Mall by contacting the winter office of both Brewerton Speedway and Fulton Speedway at 315-668-6906. Space in the show is limited and will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. The Dirt Car Epxo at Great Northern Mall is a great way for race teams to promote their own race team, sponsors and home track.

Fulton Speedway will open the 2005 season on Saturday, April 16. In race competition will be the DIRT Big Block Modifieds, DIRT Sportsman, DIRT Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks. A Test and Tune Practice session is slated for Saturday, April 9. For more information on the 2005 season at Fulton Speedway please go to www.fultonspeedway.com.

Brewerton Speedway will start off the 2005 season on Friday, April 22. The DIRT Big Block Modifieds, IMCA Modifieds, Mod Lites and Four Cylinder Super Stocks will make-up the race program. Tuesday, April 19 is the date of the Test and Tune Practice session. More information on the 2005 season at Brewerton Speedway is available at www.brewertonspeedway.com.


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