Go Nuclear Series Heads To Fulton Speedway For Final American Stop Of 2016

Go Nuclear Series regular and Fulton Speedway champion Chris Fleming leads the series back to his home track on Friday, September 30 for the final US event of the season. (Joe Johnson photo). 

Go Nuclear Series regular and Fulton Speedway champion Chris Fleming leads the series back to his home track on Friday, September 30 for the final US event of the season. (Joe Johnson photo). 

STIRLING, Ont. – September 28, 2016 – The Go Nuclear Late Model Series is set to head south of the border for the final time in 2016 season when it visits Fulton Speedway on Friday, September 30. The $1,000-to-win Pit Stop Convenience Stores 50 presented by Gillee’s NAPA Auto Parts joins the track’s famous Outlaw 200 weekend.

The Go Nuclear Series has not visited Fulton since 2014 when West Monroe, NY native Dale Caswell went to victory lane. Prior to Caswell’s triumph, former Crate Late Model standout turned Modified regular Tim Sears Jr. claimed two straight victories at the big 3/8-mile oval north of Syracuse.

Fulton Speedway 2016 track champion Chris Fleming of Auburn, NY enters the weekend as the early favourite after his five wins and 12 top-five finishes in his 15 starts there this season. Fleming enters the race fifth in Go Nuclear Series points in search of his first win of the season. Continue Reading. 


Charlie Sandercock Wins Second Straight Go Nuclear Late Model Seres Great Crate Race at Brighton Speedway

Charlie Sandercock celebrates his second straight Great Crate Race victory and a $6,000 payday at Brighton Speedway on Saturday night. (Ken Kelly photo). 

Charlie Sandercock celebrates his second straight Great Crate Race victory and a $6,000 payday at Brighton Speedway on Saturday night. (Ken Kelly photo). 

Charlie Sandercock (No.57 Bellevue Fabricating) didn’t lead many laps in Saturday’s Excel Tower Service Great Crate Race presented by Hotch’s Auto Parts, Dibbits Excavating and Vanderlaan Building Products for the Go Nuclear Late Model Series, but he led the final one to earn his second straight $6,000 payday at the annual event. 

Kyle Sopaz (No.12 KD Transmissions) started on the pole for the 65-lap event with Chris Fleming (No.10 Hottenstein Bus Service) to his outside. Sopaz led a very clean race that saw him pull Sandercock along to a three-second lead over third-place Chad Homan (No.91 DigTrack.com). Continue Reading. 


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