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AIS driver Aaron Fuller spotlighted; has four straight wins in Thunder Stocks


DRIVER: Aaron Fuller, age 19

HOMETOWN: Port Leyden


RECORD: four consecutive first place finishes at AIS, one second

VEHICLE: 1999 Saturn Model SC2, No. 711

NOTABLE RACE: On June 20, Fuller competed in his traditional class, Thunder Stocks, as well as racing the Truck class, where he finished fourth.

COMMENTS: “It has been a great season so far with four wins in a row. I have the point lead [and] I’m hoping to be track champion. Adirondack Speedway is a great facility, and more racers should come out and race.”

— Aaron Fuller, driver

ANNOUNCER WEIGH IN: “Aaron is one of our new ‘converts’ to the speedway, and he loves our track. He even volunteered his time to help clean up some of the trees that were knocked over by the latest windstorm. Last Sunday [July 20] he jumped into a truck to race in addition to his Thunder Stock. It’s great to see such enthusiasm from a young driver, and he’s doing very well!”

— Keith Zehr, track announcer


In the Legends class, Joel Hall finished first followed by Devin Thorton, Kyle Hafemann and Vern LaFave. Dalton Rombough did not start.

In the Super Stocks class, J.R. Mooney finished first followed by Jason Dinzler, Dave Arbes, Brianna Ramsey, Charles Coonrod, Mark Fetterly, Vern Harris and Pete Wilsie. Mark Ramsey did not start.

In the Juniors class, Jonathon Murphy finished first followed by Erica Gardner and Kaylee Nortz.

In the Thunder Stocks class, Aaron Fuller finished first, followed by Zac Petrie, Dalton Lampson and Doug Murphy.

In the Sports Compact class, Dylan Swiernik finished first followed by Tom Dubach, Mike Gadbaw, Justin Gadbaw and Trebor Gibbons.

In the Trucks class, Luke Roes finished first followed by John Sullivan, Shaun Shaw, Aaron Fuller and Scott Lampson.

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