The track has long been known for racing families, with brothers like Buzzie and Wayne Reutimann being among the tracks most beloved past competitors. Looking forward to adding to that history, Scott expressed his excitement for the potential of a "Ferrier Brothers Sweep" with a brother winning in every class on one Saturday night. That would certainly qualify as a historic moment in OCFS's 100 years of operation.
Host Jake talks with OCFS’s long-time announcer, Tim Pitts.
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For our historic 100th Anniversary Season, Orange County Fair Speedway (OCFS) is offering northeast dirt racing’s most robust purse structure ever. A driver’s “Purse” is the amount of prize money they are paid for their finish.
Host, Jake, sits down with The Orange County Fair Speedway’s newest hire, Doug Dulgarian, to discuss his plans for the speedway’s 100 anniversary. The Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, NY is the worlds oldest continuously operated racing facility. Automobile racing began there in 1919 with the track having been previously operated as a horse racing track.
Longtime dirt racing advocate, Doug Dulgarian joins the Orange County Fair Speedway staff in a full time capacity starting in January, 2019. Race fans may know Doug from his time racing at the “Hard Clay” from 1979 to 1984 as well serving on the OCFS Steering Committee from 2006 to 2008. For the last 13 years,
2019 OCFS Motorsports Show And Ms. OCFS Pageant Forms
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Motorway racing is one of the most popular sports in the U.S., with annual sponsorship spending exceeding 5 billion dollars. If you’re a fan of high-velocity racing, it’s likely that you’ve considered it as a career or simply as a hobby. The adrenaline that comes with racing at speeds over 100 mph, the thrill of winning a race,
The unprecedented 2019, 100th Anniversary Season will kick off with the OCFS Motorsports Show on March 23 & 24.
By Jennifer Lemon Women have been legally allowed to compete in auto racing since its introduction to the United States in 1895, although they have always been a minority in these sports. Only two women have ever competed in the most famous race of them all, the Grand Prix, out of only five female . A lack of knowledge