Available for the first time on DVD, OCFS's 10-part Docu-Series chronicling 100 years of speed! This documentary breaks down Orange County Fair Speedway’s 100 year history with personal memories and never-told-before stories from drivers, fans, owners and media mixed with nostalgic moments that enrich the story behind the oldest continuously operating dirt track in the country.
In collaboration with the Town of Wallkill, The Orange County Fair Speedway is bringing back the Eastern States Weekend Parade! 40 Dirt Modified race cars and police escorts will take to the streets of The Town of Wallkill for a salute to the fans and community.
Starting at 11am on Friday, October 25th, the parade will take off from the Wisner Ave. Speedway entrance, and continue on Wisner Ave. til it meets Route 211. The 40 800+ HP Big Block Modifieds will then go 2 wide down Route 211 east until turning back up Carpenter Ave. and reentering the Speedway grounds. Fans and members of the Town of Wallkill community are encouraged to come out and watch from the various shopping plaza parking lots along the parade route on 211, Carpenter Ave or Wisner Ave.. Kids will love this opportunity to see real live race cars on the street just before they take to the Speedway for one of the biggest races of the year.
In 1989, actor, film writer, and voice actor Johnny Brennan formed a comedy act consisting of recording prank calls he would make to unsuspecting recipients. Each call was made in character, usually with over-the-top voices influenced by Brennan’s youth growing up in New York. In 1993, the first Jerky Boys album is released and it would go on to sell enough copies to become certified platinum and develop a worldwide following.
One of the settings of Brennan’s youth to inspire his comedy was the legendary Orange County Fair Speedway. Having first attended in 1966, he remembers leaving the races with a picture of prolific OCFS driver, Will Cagle.
October 19TH and 20TH at Orange County Motocross it's the 2019 Season Showdown, with a $2,500 to win purse for 450/A Pro riders ($10,00 total purse). The track will also be raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research. For Miles of Hope, GET YOUR PINK OUT on Race Day—-riders, spectators show your support and wear pink!
This Saturday 10/12, starting at 11:30AM, at Equilibrium brewery, in collaboration with Orange County Fair Speedway, Eastern States Ale (4.5% ABV Pale Ale) will go on sale. $14 per four pack. Limit 1 case per person, limit subject to change. A limited amount of the Eastern States Ale will also be available at the speedway during ESW 19.
ROGO Fastener of Middletown, NY has joined OCFS as a sponsor for Sunday, October 27th's, "House of Power Wheels Race" at Victory RC Speedway, the remote controlled racing track located on the Orange County Fairgrounds, right behind the 5/8 mile House of Power, The Orange County Fair Speedway.
Orange County Fair Speedway's "Little House of Power" is our newly constructed in 2018, Remote Control racing track that has officially been named "Victory RC Speedway". The Victory name was once used for OCFS's 5/8 mile dirt track following WWII and used up until the late 1960s. Victory RC Speedway now hosts weekly races in the warmer months, with indoor racing during the cooler months. As part of our yearly Eastern States Weekend, we are holding special RC racing events at the little track, which also includes a fully stocked, Traxxas licensed RC shop, where participants can pick up replacement parts or get outfitted with a full vehicle for racing. Winners will be eligible for cash prizes, and trophies will be awarded. There is a $25 entry fee per racer, per race. Continue reading for race schedule and RC racing rules.
Dirt Racing's Crown Jewel event is one that has been run annually since 1962, Orange County Fair Speedway's, Eastern States Weekend. Drawing the best dirt modified drivers from the Northeast and beyond, this 3 day event features a 50-lap main event for Sportsman on Friday, a 100-lap main event for 358 Small Blocks on Saturday and a 200-lap main event on Sunday for Big Block Modifieds. Preceding the 3-day event is the Short Track Super Series "Hard Clay Finale" on Thursday, October 24th, the final points race of the series' north region (current points leader Matt Sheppard will be admitted to compete for the STSS championship as well as ESW). In addition to the northeast's hottest racing action, fans are invited to enjoy other attractions like Dirt Modified RC Racing, autograph sessions, historical tributes, kids races and activities, our annual parties at the 31st Lap Tavern and more!