Friday, Apr 27, 2018
Fulton / Modified

42p Pat Ward finished Rain
99L Larry Wight finished Rain

Thursday, Apr 26, 2018
Fulton / Sprint
99L Larry Wight finished 9

Saturday, Feb 17, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Friday, Feb 16, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Thursday, Feb 15, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018
Volusia / Modified

42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Saturday, Feb 10, 2018
Bubba Raceway Park / Sprint
99L Larry Wight finished 8

Friday, Feb 9, 2018
Bubba Raceway Park / Sprint
99L Larry Wight finished 8

Saturday, Nov 4, 2017
Charlotte / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight


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Larry Wight Wins Two Fulton Speedway Main Events And Modified Track Championship

Posted Sep 4, 2018 by David

FULTON, NY – September 1, 2018 Saturday at the Fulton Speedway Larry Wight had a race night that he, his race team or his fans won’t soon forget on the final points night of the 2018 season.

In the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints Wight went from huge engine issues to start the night, to an engine change, winning the B-Main and finally winning one of the closet A-Mains in the history of ESS where the top-three were separated by 0.075 of a second.

In the Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds the track championship came down to 35-laps with Wight, Tim Sears Jr. and Ron Davis III to decide it. Wight went out and won the feature and the track championship.

the 35-lap Modified feature would see Joe Shields would lead the opening laps before Glenn Forward would grab the top spot on lap 8.

With 10 laps showing on the scoring tower Forward held a narrow advantage while a couple car lengths behind him, Rob Bellinger, Shields, Jordan McCreadie and Tom Sears Jr. were in a tight fight for second through fifth.

At lap 15 Forward and Bellinger were in a close race for the lead with McCreadie and Larry Wight right there waiting for any mistake by the top two.

On lap 19, after working on Forward for a number of laps Bellinger was able to get by Forward to be scored the new leader.

On lap 22 Wight would move into second and need only one more lap to drive into the lead.

Once in the lead nobody challenged Larry Wight the rest of the distance as he grabbed the win and the track championship. Rob Bellinger, Jordan McCreadie, Tom Sears Jr. and Tim Sears Jr. finished second through fifth.

Billy VanInwegen would jump out to the narrow early lead in the 25-lap Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints A-Main.

With 5 laps complete VanInwegen, running the top-side of the speedway, would lead by a bumper over Steve Poirier who ran the bottom line. Jason Barney, Jonathan Preston and Danny Varin used every inch of the speedway battling in the top-five.

The red flag would stop the field on lap 11 for an incident involving Dan Douville. He was okay.

With 10 laps to go the racing was close up front as they raced in traffic with VanInwegen holding a narrow two car length lead with Varin and Poirier, Barney and Preston all still in contention for the win.

With 5 laps to go the intensity level got turned all the way up as VanInwegen held a slim lead over the heavy hitters of Varin, Preston, Larry Wight from 19th, Poirier and Barney to slug it out for the win.

Wight made the improbable run from blown engine, engine replacement, B-Main and then saw the opening he needed on the final lap, setting up a three-car dash off turn four to the checkers. Wight would win the A-Main by 0.084 over VanInwegen and 0.097 over Varin.

Unique eCigs & Ehrlich Pest Control September 1 Championship Night Results

(Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds 35 Laps) – LARRY WIGHT, Rob Bellinger, Jordan McCreadie, Tom Sears Jr., Tim Sears Jr., Glenn Forward, Pat Ward, Bobby Herrington, Billy Whittaker, Ron Davis III, Jeff McGinnis, Roy Bresnahan, Joe Shields, Nick Krause, Roy Shields, Andy Noto, Brent Cross, Larry Welling, DJ Forbes.

(2018 Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds Track Champion) – Larry Wight.

(Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints 25 Laps) – LARRY WIGHT., Billy VanInwegen, Danny Varin, Steve Poirier, Jason Barney, Jonathan Preston, Kelly Hebing, Shawn Donath, Brent Wright, Coleman Gulick, Chad Miller, Jeff Cook, Tommy Wickham, Jeff Trombley, Matt Tanner, Paul Kinney, Scott Holcomb, Dave Axton, Ryan Harrison, Josh Azzi, Keith Granholm, Josh Flint, Matt Billings, Cory Sparks, Dan Douville, Tyler Graves.