Fulton Speedway is a 3/8th mile high bank dirt oval raceway in Fulton, New York. The track was built into a hilly area on the banks of the Oswego River in a natural bowl, with seating high above the track, on a hill.
Millard “Bub” Benway and his brother Ray used their construction business, Benway Bros. Construction, to build a 1/3 mile paved oval under the name Mil-Ray Raceway.  The first event was held June 24th, 1961, and a 1/8 mile dragstrip began operations on July 15th, 1962 and ran for a decade. 
Asphalt racing was on the weekly schedule until 1978. The track was reopened as a 3/8 mile dirt oval in 1979. 
in July of 1998, Harvey, Joan, and David Fink purchased the track. Since 2009, the track, along with the Brewerton Speedway, has been owned by John and Laura Wight.  The Wights previously owned the Can-Am Speedway.
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