Divisional titlists Brett Hearn, Anthony Perrego, Grant Hilfiger and Bob Sleight Jr. were all victorious last Saturday night as the Orange County Fair Speedway closed the curtain on its 100th anniversary regular season calendar.
For the last 58 years, Middletown NY has been invaded by the northeast’s greatest stock car drivers for the Annual Eastern States Weekend, landing this year on October 25TH 26TH and 27TH. The 100-year-old Orange County Fair Speedway plays host to this yearly event, the oldest consecutively-run championship event for dirt track Modified stock cars in the country at the oldest continuously operated dirt track in the country. Fans can camp on the grounds for this 3-day event that will feature reserved grandstand seating, drive-in viewing and special VIP areas like the new covered Party Deck.
Brett Hearn inched closer to claiming the $40,000 prize for capturing the Modified track championship at the Orange County Fair Speedway this season after earning his first victory of 2019 last Saturday night in the 30-lap main event.
The five-eighths-mile Orange County Fair Speedway will be silent this coming Saturday, August 31, giving competitors an extra week to prepare for the weekly season finale. The point season for all competing racing divisions will end with Championship Night, Saturday, September 7, when track champions will be crowned.
Following a great Centennial Week, racing resumes at Orange County Fair Speedway with the King of the Catskills Qualifier for the Big-Block Modifieds. In addition, It’s Ladies Night, with a special half off general admission for the ladies and a drink special for ladies over 21 at the 31st Lap Tavern.
We’d like to thank the 100’s of employees and workers that without your hard work and commitment we couldn’t have pulled off this amazing four day celebration. I’m very proud how everyone responded to all the changes we’ve made and the higher expectations that will make us the premier dirt track in the Northeast.
Local favorite Tyler Boniface and veteran talent Ryan Godown both captured their first career Modified victories at the Orange County Fair Speedway Saturday night as the track hosted a pair of 30-lap feature races.
Listed below are the Orange County Fair Speedway Sportsman drivers who are invited to the Centennial Weekend based on point status and attendance. Other request are being taken and will be added to the list
Michael Waltrip, two-time Daytona 500 champion and MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES driver will appear at the Orange County Fair Speedway (OCFS) on Saturday, August 17th, the final day of the 100-year old speedway’s special “Centennial Race Weekend”. The former driver and team owner serves as an analyst for FOX NASCAR’s coverage of the MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES, NASCAR XFINITY SERIES and the NASCAR GANDER OUTDOORS TRUCK SERIES (NGOTS), the series in which occasional OCFS competitors Stewart Friesen and Tyler Dippel race.