By FRANK CATIZONE
MIDDLETOWN – Anthony Perrego christened the new racing surface at the Orange County Fair Speedway with the best night of his Small Block Modified racing career Saturday evening as he dismantled all of his competition by sweeping a pair of 25-lap feature races.
Perrego, who has been in the midst of a rocky 2019 racing campaign, sent a clear message to the OCFS audience that he’s going to be in the thick of the Small Block title contention for the remainder of the season. The Montgomery driver, who picked up his first two wins here in 2019, vaulted into a second-place tie with Brian Krummel in the standings.
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