AUDIO: Fultz moves up to Small-Block Modifieds

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Story and Audio by Steven Ovens – Photo Courtesy Pickle’s Photos

(Dundee, NY)  Stepping up.  We all do it.  Some of us step up quicker than others; some of us choose to take natural progressions in our maturation through life.  That very same idea applies to the maturation and progression of Brady Fultz and his short racing career heading into 2014.

I say short racing career but the reality is this- Brady is starting to get to the point in his career where he has been racing just as long if not longer than he hasn’t.  A nephew of a local DIRTcar Modified racing hero in John Moravec, a son of a dominant Super Stock driver here in the Finger Lakes region of New York in Dave Fultz.  The Troyer Chassis employee and past Crate Sportsman champion certainly does not lack the help or good advice when needed.

2014 will see Fultz depart the Crate Sportsman Modified ranks and sit down into an essentially brand new Troyer Chassis ride with a small-block modified engine between the frame rails.  They will run weekly at the Woodhull Raceway and plan to contend for the 2014 points title.

With many victory plaques and championship trophies hanging in the background of his Dundee, NY shop, Brady spoke to Race Chaser and the Turn 5 Racing Podcast about what 2014 holds for Team 70 and why he feels it is important to move up.

Here’s the audio.  Enjoy!

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