LM’s, ModLites & Hobby Stocks Take Center Stage During Friday Portion Of Outlaw 200 At Fulton

Story By: DAVE MEDLER / FULTON SPEEDWAY – FULTON, NY – The RUSH Late Models, Mod Lites, and Hobby Stocks will be front and center on day-one of the prestigious 35th Annual Outlaw 200 Weekend Friday & Saturday, October 1-2.

The RUSH Late Models will battle it out for 40-frenzied laps in the Brian Dolbear tribute race with $1,400 going to the victor and a place in the record books as an Outlaw 200 Weekend feature winner.

The 2019 race for the Late Models featured two & three-wide racing from the drop of the green, and wasn’t decided until the final lap, turn four drag race to the checkers. 2021 Track Champion & division all-time feature winner Chad Homan beat three-time event champion Charlie Sandercock by 0.012 and Andrew Hennessy by 0.930 of a second for the popular win. Jimmy Johnson and Steve Baldwin completed the top-five.

The lightning quick Mod Lites will be racing for the Mod Lite STARS East Coast Nationals Champion in a 25-lap battle royal.

The last Outlaw Weekend Mod Lite Championship was a slugfest between Canadian Jeffery May and local favorite Clayton Brewer. The finish was so close AMB scoring showed Brewer winning by a slim 0.002 at the finish. Justin Williams, Mike Mullen, and Tom Mackey finished third through fifth.

Anticipation and enthusiasm are high for the Hobby Stock Showdown 25. The race will be exciting and wide open with no racer having a home track advantage. Home track rules as written will be followed for every car entered.

Sponsors Up The Ante For Fleet Repairs Outlaw Weekend 4-Cylinder Open

The traditional Outlaw 200 Weekend Four Cylinder Open is much more lucrative in 2021 due to a large group of contributing sponsors. The event, which traditionally draws a solid field of 30 or more 4-cylinders from around the Northeast, will see the winner’s share balloon to $850 out of a now total purse in excess of $3100.

The home track rule format event will be held Friday Night, October 1 with a traditional blind-draw format setting heat line-ups. After heats and applicable consolation events, 25-laps will stand between the drivers and the coveted Outlaw Weekend Championship, the $850 top prize, and the coveted Outlaw Weekend trophy.

Pit gates will open October 1 at 2pm, with hot laps getting underway at 5:00pm. Heats for night one of Outlaw Weekend will kick off at 6:30pm. Entry, event schedule and other pertinent information for the 35th Outlaw Weekend at Fulton Speedway can be found here:

Four-cylinder racer Donny Rider was instrumental in organizing the purse sponsorship with funds coming from the following friends of the four cylinder class: Donny Rider of R1der Racing, Monro Team North Syracuse, Thomas E Mackey Sr., Tim Staring Construction, Pat Nolan Welding, David Chapman, David Mills of MFR racing, Gary Lowe, Roger Olschewske Jr, Kelly Staring, Eric Weis of Weis Performance Engines, Nate Powers Royal Deals, Daucher Electric, Granny’s Cotton Candy, Francis White of White Racing, Jamie Radley, Daucher Electric, Eric Rowley, Eric Hutchinson, James Moore, Tim Fuller, Clayton Koch and Koch Racing and Derik VanEpps Racing.

Scott Wright with Evan Wright Racing is posting a special Wright Family “Legacy Lap”, paying the 11th place runner on the 11th lap a $41 bonus.

Fleet Repairs Outlaw Weekend 4-Cylinder Purse

1 – $850.00
2 – $350.00
3 – $225.00
4- $175.00
5 – $125.0
6 – $110.00
7 – $100.00
8 – $90.00
9 – $80
10 to-end – $70

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