On Saturday, April 13, 2019, the 100th year of racing at Orange County Fair Speedway will find the first green flag waving at 6:00 pm. This evening honors long-time racing driver Carl Van Horn, remembered for competing in cars numbered “71e” and “2a” as well as
Richard Smith is set to call Orange County Fair Speedway home in the 2019 season. Smith is a former Accord Speedway regular, and will join the ranks of the OCFS 358 Small Block Modified division. Determined, perseverant, and stalwart are just some of many qualities one would use to describe Richard Smith. Smith is a 25 year old self employed excavator out of Accord New York, and this switch comes after him competing in a limited scheduled 2018 season.
Host Jake is joined by Big Block Modified driver John Ferrier, Small Block driver Scott Ferrier and car owner Anthony Monaco. This episode covers the topics of brotherly competition, racing mustaches and more
Escape RV presents the ‘Hard Clay Open’ to kick off the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco Halmar International North Region for big-block/small-block Modifieds. The 50-lap main event offers $11,919 to the winner, $1,150 for 10th and $700 just to take the green flag from a purse totaling $47,219.
One Thousand Dollars! Yes! $1,000 to win on a regular Saturday night is what Orange County Fair Speedway will pay to win for Sportsman racing action. As previously announced, the increased pay outs are just one of many new things for OCFS in 2019. After this announcement, many teams from all over the Northeast have been confirmed and rumored for racing OCFS in the 2019 season.
A memorable 100th anniversary season for Orange County Speedway gets the green flag on Sunday, April 7.
And the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco has the honor of kicking off the celebration at the Middletown, N.Y., facility.
Host Jake is joined by former OCFS competitor and Danny Creeden Racing Team Member Joe Romer
Brett Hearn…for 45 years the Standard of Excellence in Modified Racing…“We’re never satisfied. We’re always working to get better, to stay ahead of the competition. We’re all about winning races, championships, being the best team in Modified racing.”
Every year The Orange County Fair Speedway kicks off their season with the fan-favorite Motorsports Show, a celebration of all things racing, not just OCFS's long history. Fans attending will have an opportunity to see NASCAR cars and drivers in addition to OCFS's weekly competitors in their DIRT Modified race cars.