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Powers, Marsden, Isabell and Halliday top Milton CAT Outlaw Weekend Thursday Thunder features


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Powers, Marsden, Isabell and Halliday top Milton CAT Outlaw Weekend Thursday Thunder features

Fulton, NY (September 28, 2023) - The 37th edition of the Fulton Speedway Outlaw 200 weekend commenced with Thursday Thunder with the running of a quartet of support class events.

The Milton CAT Outlaw 200 Weekend kicked off with the RL Cleaning 4-Cylinders, the E&V Energy Novice Sportsman, along with the IMCA STARS Mod Lite National event and the Hobby Stocks.

The features kicked off with the E&V Energy Novice Sportsman 20 lap championship event.

Next up the RL Cleaning 25 lap 4-Cylinder Open pitted a solid field with several tracks .

Thirty-two 4-Cylinders battled for a spot in the starting field with heat winners Justin Pope, Chris Bonoffski, Donald Newman and Mike Stone picked up $50 each from RL Cleaning for capturing their prelims.

The $1000 to win RL Cleaning event was won by Nate Powers who held off strong challenges throughout the 25 lapper from Chris Bonoffski and Justin Pope. He started from outside of the front row, but the win didn’t come easily.

At the halfway point the trio hit traffic and Powers was able to masterfully weave through slower cars as he gained a bit of breathing room over his nearest challengers. However, on the 22nd lap Walt Van Epps caught a yuke tire to bring out the yellow and give the leaders a clear race track to finish on.

Bonoffski and Pope challenged, but it was to no avail as at the checker Powers gained a half car length victory. Donald Newman was third followed by Jock Symonds and Michael Greenfield.

In victory lane, Nate said,”There are a lot of tough guys here and I just wanted to him my lines and hold the line in traffic. I saw Chris a couple of times but maintained my position. I’m happy just to be here as we blew up this motor two weeks ago, went to a junkyard and got a motor for a $1,000.

Joe Isabell Jr. IMCA Mod Lite Victor

Joe Isabell Jr. and Doug Williams started side-by-side on the front row of the IMCA STAR Mod Lite 25 lap main event.

However, on the very first lap mayhem broke loose and Williams damaged his front suspension while a pile up stopped the race as Pierre u Olivier Trudeau, Tucker Halliday, Jon Isabell and Tom Mackey were untangled.

Upon resumption Joe Isabell was feeling some late race heat from Zach Babcock.

At the checker it was Isabell and Babcock battling right to the finish line.

Throughout the later stages of the feature third place was up for grabs as Mike Mullen, Kyle Demo and Matt Kitts were continuously dicing for the position.

However, Demo, who had strong runs only to have them negated by spins saw his quest for a top five finish come to an end with three laps to go as Kitts, Mullen and Joe Garafolo rounded out the top five.

Isabell said, “The car is great right now. I really have to thank my father (Joe) and he set it up just right for me. The car faded away, but I was waiting for him (Babcock). Also I have to thank Doug Williams as he let me borrow a motor to race tonight.”

Russ Marsden Returns to Hobby Class Victory Lane

Running a car owned by Ron Hawker, Russ Marsden returned to victory lane in the 20 lap Hobby Stock event.

Nate Peckham took the early lead, but on the second circuit Marsden grabbed the lead and the rest was history.

Peckham dogged the leader lap after lap, but it was to no avail.

John Pietrowicz settled for third as he outran Ron Hawker and Jim Evans, Hawker pursued Evans throughout the late stages and it was only at the line where he was able to chalk up a fourth place finish.

Marsden could have been left in the pits at the start of the race as he said, “I got a flat just before we came out. John (Pietrowicz) told him to go to his trailer and take a tire. I ran as fast as I could. I have to thank Ron Hawker as he brought an extra car (to help the field).”

The E&V Energy Novice Sportsman race got off to a scary start as Danny Allen got caught up in a backstretch accident after Sam Groom and Nathan Novak got together. Dennis Wischman came in and Allen got involved only to have his car flip before coming to rest on the Wischman car. Fortunately, there were no injuries.

As action resumed it was Tucker Halliday winning his first ever Novice main in his initial outing in the division. The regular Mod Lite driver said, “It’s surprising I won this. These cars aren’t easy to get into. I’m a late model guy at heart. Chris Hulsizer has been trying to get me to get in and I’m in love with them now.”

Bobby Newman and Dylan Piersall put on a solid two car battle for second place and as the laps wound down Nick Ventura, running the high side, was able to work his way up to fourth with Phil Loosen rounding out the top five.

Milton CAT Outlaw 200 Weekend Thursday Thunder Quick Results

E & V Energy Novice Sportsman Championship (20 Laps): 1. 88H-Tucker Halliday[1]; 2. 24-Bobby Newman[6]; 3. 30-Dylan Piersall[2]; 4. 711-Nick Ventura[7]; 5. 21A-Phillip Loosen[3]; 6. 29K-Kingston Sprague[10]; 7. 33B-Brianna Murtaugh[14]; 8. 98S-Savannah Simmons[9]; 9. 89-Belle Hogan[16]; 10. 44C-Nick Papageorgio[13]; 11. 14-Samuel Groom[4]; 12. 80X-Rick Kinney[12]; 13. 007-Nathan Novak[8]; 14. 00-Dennis Wischman[15]; 15. 17A-Danny Allen[11]; 16. 42K-Dave Kingsley[5]; 17. (DNS) 5G-Cale Gareau

Top Finishing Bicknell Race Car Bonus - $200 – Tucker Halliday

RL Cleaning 4-Cylinder Open (25-laps): 1. 113-Nate Powers[2]; 2. 27-Justin Pope[7]; 3. 54-Donald Newman[5]; 4. 8X-Jock Symonds[12]; 5. 17G-Michael Greenfield[1]; 6. 354-Andy Bolles[11]; 7. 22C-Craig Decamp[14]; 8. 11A-Kevin Greenfield[3]; 9. 111J-Anthony St Mary Jr[15]; 10. 13-Gary Sharlow[22]; 11. 0D-Jason Peck[21]; 12. 83-Robert Lovine[20]; 13. 99-Walt VanEpps[13]; 14. 27A-Alexandra Parker[17]; 15. 0-Steven Burdick[9]; 16. 9-Dylan Burdick[24]; 17. 67K-Clayton Koch[18]; 18. 23B-Brian Mettler[25]; 19. 55-Anthony VanEpps[6]; 20. 28-Mike Stone[4]; 21. 122-Ray Hyer[10]; 22. 20-Eric Rowley[16]; 23. 68F-Jean Voster[26]; 24. 77X-Brian Evenden[23]; 25. (DNS) X-Travis Berkman; 26. (DNS) R1-Rich Riggs; 27. (DQ) 16B-Chris Bonoffski[8]

$50 Heat Winner Bonus – Justin Pope, Chris Bonoffski, Donald Newman, Mike Stone

$100 Hard Charger – Gary Sharlow

$100 Longest Tow - Jason Peck

$50 Hard Luck – Mike Stone

2024 DIRTcar License Drawing – Emma Burdick

IMCA STARS Mod Lite Championship (20 Laps): 1. 6J-Joe Isabell[1]; 2. 88X-Zack Babcock[5]; 3. 5K-Matt Kitts[3]; 4. 06-Mike Mullen[4]; 5. 55-Joseph Garafolo[7]; 6. 27-Sean Iftody[9]; 7. 4J-Jacob Malbouf[19]; 8. 03-Matt Rainville[16]; 9. 155-Nicholas Garafolo[18]; 10. 22-Kyle Demo[6]; 11. 18-Sam Usborne[12]; 12. 2D-Jacob Dupra[20]; 13. 17-Mike Rainville[21]; 14. 10W-Justin Williams[8]; 15. 11X-Jack Lyon[10]; 16. 9W-Doug Williams[2]; 17. 73-Rich Rainville[17]; 18. 16-Tucker Halliday[11]; 19. 26-Jon Isabell[13]; 20. M1-Tom Mackey[14]; 21. 3-Pierre u Olivier Trudeau[15]

Billy Whittaker Cars & Trux Hobby Stock Championship (20 Laps): 1. 14X-Russ Marsden[3]; 2. 90-Nathan Peckham[1]; 3. 17-John Pietrowicz[8]; 4. 14H-Ronald Hawker[7]; 5. 74X-Jim Evans[4]; 6. 19-Chuck Cushman[6]; 7. Z4-Shawn Doucette[5]; 8. 28-Brandon Barron[2]; 9. 56-Edward Stevens[9]; 10. 22-Todd Koegel[12]; 11. 0V1-Andy Kieffer[13]; 12. 14-Brennan Fitzgibbons[10]; 13. 88X-Chuck Thomas[11]

Friday and Saturday Milton CAT Outlaw Weekend Schedule

FAST FRIDAY - Friday, September 29
ESS Sprints
Jammer's/Strada Mia 15-lap Modified Qualifiers (winners earn 17-20th place starting spots in the Outlaw 200)
Industrial Tire of CNY Sportsman Shootout Heats (10-laps) and Consolations (12-laps)

Early Hauler Parking 12pm – 3pm
Ticket Sales/Will Call Open 12pm – 3pm
Pit Gates Open 4pm
Grandstand Gates Open 5pm
Hot Laps 5:45pm
Heat Races Begin 7pm

MILTON CAT OUTLAW 200 - Saturday, September 30
Heats, Consolations, Last Chance Shootout and 37th Milton CAT Outlaw 200 for Modifieds
15-lap Last Chance Qualifiers, $514-to-win Power Seal Jeremy Pitcher Memorial Pole Dash and 50-lap Industrial Tire of CNY Sportsman Shootout

Pit Gates Open 1pm
Grandstands Open 2pm
Heat Races Begin 5pm
Industrial Tire of CNY Sportsman Championship Approx. 8:00pm
37th Annual Outlaw 200 Approx. 8:45pm

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Test & Tune - Saturday, April 20 - Pits Open at 1:00 PM - Cars on Track 2:00 PM. Pit Passes - $25 Grandstands – FREE.

Friday & Saturday, April 26-27 Jammers Sports Bar & Restaurant Highbank Holdup Weekend.

Friday, April 26 – Strada Mia Steakhouse Night #1

Empire Super Sprints.
AmeriCU Credit Union Mod Lites.
Billy Whittaker Cars & Trux Hobby Stocks.
E&V Energy Novice Sportsman.
Hot Laps – Tracey Road DIRTcar Modifieds. DOT Foods DIRTcar Sportsman. Mirabito Four Cylinder Super Stocks.

Adults 19 & Older: $25.
Pit Pass: ESS/DIRTcar/IMCA Member: $35.
Non-Member: $40.

Pits Open: 4:00 PM.
Grandstands Open: 5:00 PM.
Hot Laps: 5:45 PM
Racing Starts: 7:00 PM.

Saturday, April 27 – Jammer’s Sports Bar & Restaurant Night #2.

DIRTcar 358 Modified Series Highbank Holdup 60.
DOT Foods DIRTcar Sportsman – Industrial Tire of CNY Sportsman Shootout Outlaw 200 Weekend Qualifier. Season Points Begin.
$500-to-win RL Cleaning Four Cylinder Open.

Adults (19 & Older): $30
Kids (6-18): $5
Ages 5 & Younger: Free.
Pits – DIRTcar Member: $40.
Pits – Non-Member: $45.

Pits Open: 2:00 PM
Grandstands Open: 4:30 PM.
Hot Laps Start: 4:45 PM.
Racing Starts: 6:00 PM.

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