Fuller Grabs Pole for 150

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Tim Fuller and Matt Sheppard Will Lead the Field in the Great Outdoors RV 150

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 5, 2017 — In a repeat of last year’s NAPA Super DIRT Week 358 Modified Time Trials, Watertown, NY-native Tim Fuller grabbed the pole for Saturday’s Great Outdoors RV 150.

Last year, Fuller was the only driver to crack the 22-second bracket with a pole-earning lap time of 22.829 seconds. This year, he beat that lap time at 22.056 seconds.

“Time trialing well here is everything,” said Fuller. “My Big-Block is not that fast, but I knew my Small-Block was, and we got something good out of the day here.”

Big-Block pole-sitter Matt Sheppard secured the second spot, beside Fuller, with a lap of 23.008 seconds.

“We were hoping we would be pretty decent and we ran a little bit better than we thought,” said Sheppard. “We’re happy with it.”

Close behind the Super DIRT Week duo were Matt Williamson, Peter Britton, Pat Ward, and Erick Rudolph — all securing their spots in Saturday’s events.

The DIRTcar 358 Modifieds will get some more track time tomorrow with another practice session at 2:50 p.m. before Camping World’s Friday Night Lights Twin 25s at 6:55 p.m.

OFFICIAL RESULTS
LINE-UPS FOR THE 358 MODIFIED TWIN 25s

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