Tim Fuller Reflects On 30-Year History In Modifieds

LA FARGEVILLE, N.Y. — When Tim Fuller received the call informing him of his induction into the Northeast Dirt Modified Hall of Fame this summer, it brought several aspects of his professional life into perspective. Showing talent right from the beginning, things accelerated from there with Fuller moving up divisions to eventually compete in a DIRTcar 358 Modified and a DIRTcar Big Block Modified. Beyond taking home the trophy and being enshrined in the race’s history, the win had special significance to Fuller. “It was the look on my car owner’s face who went there for so many years with different drivers and that was his number one thing in his racing,” Fuller said. Fuller carried over the momentum into the following season, winning the 2005 Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified title and the Salute to the Troops 150 at Super DIRT Week. Fuller followed up his DIRTcar 358 Modified Super DIRT Week win with another in 2016 — his first at Oswego Speedway.

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