OME and OCFS are proud to present the annual OCFS Motrosports Show, 2020 Edition on March 21-22 at the Orange County Fairgrounds Arena Building. A schedule of events is now available as well as sign-up forms for the $1,000 to win Best in Show, Ms. OCFS 2020 and Little Miss OCFS 2020.
Entry Forms and Rules are now available for Orange Crush: Spring Smash and Eve of Destruction.
With over 250,000 square feet of nothing but racing, the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show is the perfect place for people serious about the motorsports industry, and in 2020, Orange County Fair Speedway is exhibiting as the featured racetrack!
Orange Motorsports and Entertaiment are pleased to announce the “Orange County Stampede – Professional Indoor Bull Riding Event on February 9th, 2020 at the Orange County Arena Events Center located at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Wallkill, NY. Tickets are ON SALE NOW at OMEEVENTS.COM or TICKETMASTER.COM. Tickets are GENERAL ADMISSION – $25 for Adults/$15 for children under 12 (standard fees will apply). Admission includes autograph session with the Professional Riders.
Orange Motorsports and Entertainment, known for presenting dynamic programming throughout its venues, including the Orange County Fair Speedway, the Orange County Fair and special events at Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center, is pleased to announce its business expansion with the establishment of a corporate partnerships division. Headed by Meghan Stalter and joined by Peter "Crackers" Reynolds (with concentration on Orange County Fair Speedway racing activity), OME will aim to grow community and business partnerships throughout its properties.
Car owner Bill Pascual and driver Tyler Dippel have announced they will be racing at Orange County Fair Speedway on Saturday nights for the 2020 season. They will be racing for both the 2020 Big Block Modified and the Small Block Modified Championships. In addition to Dippel’s OCFS championship quest, Pascual announced that he has signed Mike Mahaney to drive one of his cars on both the north and south STSS series.
Brett Hearn, dirt track Modified racing’s all-time winning driver has been named Director of Motorsports at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York. The winner of 919 feature races and 94 track and series championships at 49 different speedway in ten states and two Canadian provinces, Hearn also holds most of the Orange County records as well. Those records include 308 feature race wins and 24 overall track point championships in a career that began at the Middletown track in 1975 and culminated with his 16th Modified division title this past season. Hearn will oversee all activities at the historic fairgrounds involving motorsports races and exhibitions.
Stewart Friesen certainly had his fill of traveling both on and off the race track during a recent four-day period as he competed at both the Orange County Fair Speedway and Martinsville Speedway in Virginia.
But Friesen capped off that four-day stretch Sunday evening in impressing fashion as he withstood both a long weather delay and a star-studded Modified field to defend his championship in the 58th annual Eastern States 200 at OCFS.