The 2023 season will see Meg Fuller piloting the number 2 in the SK Light Division at Stafford Speedway and at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for a full season at both tracks. Meg experienced many successes this year finishing out her year at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park with a tie for 2nd in points. At Stafford Meg jumped to a 7th place finish in points, doubling her results from last year.  

In 2022 Meg pulled double duty competing at Stafford Motor Speedway’s ultra-competitive SK Light Division and a full season at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. At Thompson she was the only female who competed the full season finishing with a tie for 2nd in points with 1 podium finish, 5 top 5’s and 6 top 10’s. At Stafford she finished the season with 18 starts 3 top five finishes 13 top-10 finishes. Meg’s focus and drive enable her to continually learn and sharpen her craft. She consistently shows her determination and perseverance. The last race of the season at Thompson saw a fierce Meg Fuller who was spun out in turn two resulting in a flat. After pitting to change a tire, she drove hard from the back of the pack and fought her way back to finish 4th.

Building on past successes, Meg’s on-track efforts are supported by partners Propane PlusInterstate Transmission, and, Metro Door Boston (  Superior Refinishing, PT Watts, Wally Koza, Brian Stanikmas/Simoniz and Jeff Howey. Meg began her racing career at six years of age driving Quarter Midgets at the Little T Speedway (Thompson, CT). Advancing quickly through the Quarter Midget ranks, Meg built a strong foundation by notching victories in every class in which she competed.

Meg is proud to continue her family’s winning tradition. Meg’s father, Rick Fuller, has 20 wins on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. He was the 1993 series champion. He won Championships at multiple tracks throughout New England in various divisions. Her uncle, Jeff, sits fifth on NASCAR’s WMT Tour all-time win list. He was the 1992 WMT series champion; and won the 1995 Busch (now NASCAR Xfinity) Series "Rookie of the Year." Both her father and Uncle have been inducted into the NEARAC Hall of Fame.  It’s all in the family, her cousin Rob Fuller - owner of TFR - builds and supplies the chassis which she runs.

Meg is a Junior at Nichols College, her sophomore year she was on the Dean’s List. Meg was recently featured in her school's NC Magazine showcasing her talents outside of school in auto racing. CLICK HERE to see the feature.

Meg’s focus is to advance through the ranks while representing winning female racers as she climbs the racing ladder.

If you can’t make it out to the track, be sure to tune in to FloRacing’s season-long streaming coverage of Stafford’s events.


  • 2022 1 podium finish, 5 top-5, 6 Top-10 finishes at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Tied for 2nd in Points
  • 2022  3 top-5 finishes 13 top-10 finishes at Stafford Motor Speedway
  • 2021: 5 top-10finishes at Stafford, runner-up for "Rookie of the Year," 2 top-5 finishes at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park and Waterford Speedbowl.
  • 2018-2020: 10 Wins in Stafford Motor Speedway’s Street Stock division
  • 2018-2020: 58 career Street Stock starts - 35 top-550 top-10 finishes
  • 2019 Stafford Motor Speedway Street Stock "Most Popular Driver"
  • 2018 Stafford Motor Speedway Street Stock ‘Rookie of the Year
  • 2017 Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park Limited Sportsman ‘Rookie of the Year

Please take a moment to watch Meg and Rick on an episode of Stories from Victory Lane

Click below to check out Meg's article in the Worcester Telegram