Fulton Speedway Countdown Is On For The 28th Annual Outlaw 200 On October 4-5; Billy Pauch wins First Victoria 200 in 1986

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Updated: October 26, 2013
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FULTON, NY – SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 (By Dave Medler) - The countdown is officially on for the 28th Annual Outlaw 200 Weekend on October 4-5. In the next month we will be looking back at the stars and cars that help build it into one of the most prestigious Modified races in the entire Northeast. We will also be looking forward to this year’s event as we get set to add a new winner to the history books.

On October 6, 1986 Bub Benway saw a concept and a dream to have a big race in his wife Victoria’s name come to life. Thanks to John Flock who was at that event with the media, related 88 cars signed in the pits for that inaugural, “Victoria 200.” It rained on Friday and Saturday, pushing qualifying to Sunday to set the field. On a damp and cold Monday evening the 200 was run. Flock said it was a bare knuckle, drive as hard as you can, “All-Star Race.” When the checkers flew, New Jersey’s Billy Pauch Stood in victory lane.

The history of this event, reads like a who’s -who in Modified racing. Who will put their name in the history books this year? A former winner? a driver who has come close before, only to fall short? Or will it be a totally unexpected first time winner?

Tickets, camping information, and everything else you need to make your weekend with us a fun one can be found by visiting www.fultonspeedway.com  once there click on the “Outlaw 200″ tab at the top of the website http://fultonspeedway.com/Outlaw200.aspx  for all the information you need including a new and exciting schedule compared to years past.

 

(VICTORIA 200 1986) – BILLY PAUCH, Ronnie Tobias, Billy Schinkel, Kenny Bell, Mike Arminio, Donnie Wetmore, Roger Phelps, Jim Mahaney, Vince Quinville, 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, Dick Nash, Mike McCarthy, Gibby Fountain, Paul Jensen, Barry Poitras, John Barker, Jim Wood, Bobby Holland, Doug Worthing, Tom Taber, Bob Smith, Bob Podolak.

(LAP LEADERS) – Pete Bicknell (1-52) Ronnie Tobias (53-88) Billy Pauch (89-103) Ronnie Tobias (104-119) Billy Pauch (120-200).

(HEAT WINNERS) – Pete Bicknell, Billy Schinkel, John Barker Jr., Mike Arminio, Billy Pauch, Bobby Holland, Paul Jensen, Donnie Wetmore.

(CONSI WINNERS) – Mike McCarthy, Bob Smith, Roger Phelps, Charlie Davis.

(NON QUALIFIERS RACES) – Randy Glenski & C.D. Coville.