Changes to the 2019 race schedule at OCFS are inbound. Rookies will no longer run their own class, instead they will run with the regular sportsman division. Additional races and classes may be added to the schedule, details are still being finalized. An announcement with additional races will be made as soon as available.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: On April 27th, we are excited to announce that we will have NY Giants legends Carl Banks, Howard Cross and Sean Landeta at the races! Sean and Carl won Super Bowls XXI & XXV together! They will be meeting fans and taking in some action on the OCFS Hard Clay! Stay tuned for more details!
Talkin' Dirty With Jake: The Official OCFS Podcast Ep. 07. Host Jake is joined by 358 Small Block Modified Driver, Tyler Boniface
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Tomorrow at 3pm the first race car will enter OCFS for the kick off of the 2019 points season at The Legendary House Of Power. The track's headlining division for the night will be the Big Block Modifieds. The 800+ horsepower V8 Big Blocks will run a special 71 lap feature event in honor of Carl “Fuzzy” VanHorn. This race will pay a special $7,100 to the winner and start the highest paying season ever for Big Block racing at OCFS. The weekly pay out for Big Block Modifieds in 2019 is set at $3,300 to win and $2,000 for second place with a starting field of 26 cars after opening night, plus weekly a $250 Hard Charger Award. With this payout the talent looking to compete at OCFS in 2019 continues to grow. Here are 40 Big Block Reasons for you to be at OCFS on April 13th, opening night and every Saturday night this summer.
Host Jake is joined by 358 Small Block Modified driver Allison Ricci.
In 2019, Brian Krummel will be back full swing to defend his track title with the Zubi’s Racing #17Z and he will compete full season with a Big Block as well. Third place in points was Craig Mitchell. Mitchell announced his plans are to hunt down both the Small Block and Big Block track titles. Craig finished 3rd place in points in both divisions in 2018. Tyler Boniface was 4th in points for 2018. He will also be back looking to win this years championship after collecting one of the seven feature wins in 2018. Along with these drivers will be Gary Edwards Jr. Edwards ended his season with 5th place in points. Gary will have a Big Block ride weekly also in 2019. Shane Jablonka was the only other driver besides Tyler Boniface to pick up a win where Perrego didn’t in 2018. Shane will be back on the hunt for a title in 2019.
BREAKING NEWS! 2018 Hard Clay Finale winner and Big Block driver, Mike Gular, has announced that OCFS will be his home track in 2019! The stars are aligning for this unprecedented 100th year of racing at The House of Power!