Fulton Speedway To Have Winner’s Choice Cash For ‘Optional’ Outlaw 200 Mod Qualifiers; “Second Chance” Option For Mod Feature Draw

Story By: DAVE MEDLER / FULTON SPEEDWAY – FULTON, NY – The Gypsum Companies have kicked in $250 dollars for each of the optional 15-lap Outlaw 200 Qualifiers to be held this Friday, September 30 at the Fulton Speedway.

The $250 will be offered for the winner, but with a catch.

After the checkered flag falls, the winner of the qualifier will have a choice. To take the $250 or take the guaranteed spot. If the winner chooses the spot, the runner-up receives $250. If the winner chooses the $250, the runner-up receives the spot.


Modified Outlaw 200 Driver Draw To Feature “Second Chance” Option

The driver’s draw at the Fulton Speedway Modified Outlaw 200 this year will feature a new wrinkle, a “Second Chance”.

Drivers that draw poorly will have a chance at redemption. The “Second Chance” draw will afford a driver the chance to toss his/her original number and draw again. But there are rules.

A second draw must happen immediately after the driver’s initial draw. The initial number drawn is tossed away and forfeited, and no other driver may take it.

The cost of the “Second Chance” will be $100 and must be paid at the time of the second draw. All “Second Chance” draw money accumulated will be split amongst all Saturday heat winners.


Sponsors Build $1000-To-Win 4-Cylinder Outlaw Open Friday

Four-cylinder racers have received a boost for the annual Fulton Speedway Outlaw 200 Weekend Open Championship this Friday, September 30. With over $2000 added to the track’s base purse, 4-cylinder racers will have a lot to race for. Prizes and awards will total over $5000 for the 25-lap affair, with drivers from all over the Northeast expected.

Under local racer Donny Rider’s leadership, more than $1200 was added to the base purse courtesy of the following:

  • Daucher Electric
  • Eric Rowley
  • Fritz Masonry
  • J Bogan Contracting, LLC
  • Jamie Radley
  • Jason Waters Tuning
  • JL Dickinson, LLC
  • Matt Kitts – Kitts Property Maintenance
  • Nicholas Hawthorne
  • Rider Racing
  • Roger Olschewske
  • Thomas E. Mackey Sr. Mackdaddy
  • Valade Racing
  • Wally Van Epps

Additionally, Rider organized several special awards including:

  • $50 to third place finisher courtesy of Ricky Breed and Iona Corners tavern
  • $150 to the Hard Charger from Matt Kitts and Kitts Property Maintenance
  • $150 to the first Honda from Kleis Equipment
  • $100 to the first car on Dot Tires from Bogan Construction
  • $150 to the first Chevy from Bogan Construction
  • $100 to the driver with the longest haul
  • $70 to the oldest car award from David Chapman – Monroe Muffler of No. Syracuse
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