Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What Time Do Pit Gates open for competitors on regular Saturday Night race days?
A: Pit gates will open at 3:00 PM on Saturday nights with exception of 4/4 opening night when it will open at 2:00 PM.
Q: Can members of my team sit or stand on my hauler in the pits?
Q: When is the track available for practice sessions?
A: on Friday March 27th, Saturday March 28th & Saturday October 17th the speedway will have Open practice sessions. Grandstands are free, Pits are $25 and the Drive in will be closed. The Speedway throughout the season may also be available for rental, contact Speedway office for details.
Q: What is the radio frequency for the announcer's commentary?
A: 107.7 FM
Q: What frequency is the race director on?
Q: What is the purse structure for regular Saturday night races
A: 2020 purses will be posted on OCFS website under competitor info.
Q: Can drivers compete in more than one division?
A: Drivers will be allowed to compete in both the Big Block Modified and the 358 divisions on the same night. No Big Block cars will be allowed to compete in the 358 Modified division. During the regular season 358 Modified cars will be allowed to compete with the Big Block class when the 358 division is not scheduled to compete however, the 358 race car must meet the Big Block Modified’s weight requirement of 2500 lbs.
- Sportsman drivers will be allowed to compete in the sportsman division and the 358 division on the same night.
- If a driver wants to compete in the 358 division they must have a legal 358 modified to compete. Sportsman cars will not be allowed to compete in the 358 division
- Sportsman drivers competing in the 358 division will not be allowed to compete in the Big Block modified class.
Q: Is a fire suppression system required on my car?
A: Fire suppression system is required on all Open wheel division race cars (BBM, SBM, Sportsman and Rookie). Fire suppression system is highly recommended for street Stock division.
Q: How soon is prize money sent following races
A:Typically the week following the event.
Q: Is there a rookie sportsman division?
A: Yes, the Rookie Sportsman Division will run 5 shows beginning on 4/4 opening night and graduation into the Sportsman Division after June 20th race.
Q: Are dogs allowed in the pits?
A: Yes, on a leash
Q: Is grilling/cooking allowed in the pits?
Q: Are children under 18 allowed in the pits?
A:Yes. Children under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian complete a Minor release form before entering Speedway.
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