Because of recent track surface changes we have revised our Track tire rules. Beginning with our July 18th SDS show, Hoosier 300 compound tires will be allowed on the LF, RF, and now the LR positions. Existing RR tire rule (400, 500) is still in effect.
This change will apply to Modified, Small Block Modifieds and Sportsman cars starting on July 18th and remain in effect for the balance of the season.
The biggest ever event in dirt track racing history will feature 3 days of racing culminating in a massive $100,000 CASH to win feature race on Saturday, August 17th all to celebrate 100 years of racing at The Orange County Fair Speedway. Racing’s biggest stars will assemble for their shot at the unprecedented payout and the prestige of winning this historic event at what is racing’s oldest continuously operated track.
On Saturday July 13th the postponed June 1st SBM full race program will be run. This 25 lap race will carry a double purse payout. Race points earned will count towards Small Block Modified Season Championship. On Saturday July 27ththe postponed May 11th“666” Small Block Modified feature will be made up. This race pays $6000 to the winner positions 2 through 28 will be normal payout.This race will run with a regularly scheduled full SBM program & Twin 20 races for Sportsman. Season Championship points will be awarded to all races.
2 Big Block Features will be run on August 3rd's Full-Fender Nostalgia Night / Marky Traverse Street Stock Memorial
Billy VanInwegen’s evening began on a sour note last Saturday as both cars he drives were experiencing problems at the Orange County Fair Speedway.
Ticket and Camping Prices for The August 15-17, Centennial Race Weekend
Veteran Modified driver Tommy Meier knows how important track position is at the Orange County Fair Speedway.
Meier also knows how much he benefitted from the inversion wheel spin last Saturday night as he started on the pole and then went on to capture his first victory in exactly a year’s time in the 30-lap Modified main event.
Meier, who also captured the four-lap, Modified dash-for-cash, picked up his last triumph here on June 16, 2018 and now has visited victory lane 23 times during his successful OCFS career. But, more importantly, the Waldwick, N.J., driver cut into Brett Hearn’s lead in the chase for the coveted $40,000 prize for winning the 2019 track championship.
"College Night" features a full night of racing with FREE ADMISSION for college or high school students with valid ID. Did you just graduate in 2019? No problem! Your ID will still be considered valid.
The Orange County Fair is back for its 178th year with more rides, more attractions and the best entertainment ever!