Saturday evening, April 24 will find the H.O. Penn Small-Block Modifieds racing for a $3,000-to-win 25-lap feature that is sure to attract several outside invading teams and drivers. In addition, the Wicked Truck Worx Back-to-Back Bonus is in effect, adding $300 to the winner’s purse should he or she score a repeat victory from the previous race meet. Only “show up” points will be awarded for this event. Qualifying races will set the field for the big feature race.
After a soft launch at Orange County Fair Speedway's season opener, "Racing for Autism Awareness" is expanding to the Super DIRT Series and Short Track Super Series to broaden its reach. The simple goal of "Racing for Autism Awareness" is to bring more awareness to Autism by issuing bonuses to Super DIRT Series and Short Track Super Series drivers who become ambassadors for the cause. The first event this new campaign will be in effect for is DIRT's new SDS Series race at the legendary Bristol Motor Speedway, in which OCFS Director of Motorsports, Brett Hearn, is set to compete.
On a crisp spring evening, the action was hot and heavy at The Legendary House Of Power. The H.O Penn Small Block Modifieds were the main event of the night, with a 25 lap affair that required four heat events and two last chance qualifiers to set the grid. John Ferrier, Tanner VanDoren, Ray Hall Jr, and Randy Sweetman collected the heat wins while Danny Creeden and Kevin Root collected the last chance qualifier wins.
One track is an ultraslick, ultramodern indoor entertainment center in a destination mall where students, grandparents, businesspeople, teachers, and just about anyone else with a need for speed race Formula 1- inspired, Italian electric pro-karts that can reach speeds up to 50 miles per hour.
The official season for the H.O Penn Small Block division kicked off their season at the Legendary House Of Power on Saturday April 10th. 41 entries of stacked competition were in contention for the $2200 pay day. Four heat events and two consolation races set the field with Tyler Dippel, Ben Bushaw, Tommy Meier, and Anthony Perrego winning each heat and Mike Kolka and Corey Cormier collecting last chance qualifier wins.
The 2021 racing season began Saturday night April 3rd at OCFS, the Legendary House Of Power, kicking off with a special Autism Awareness Night. The United Rentals DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds were in action alongside a full field of Arkel Motors Sportsman. A full night of qualifying action set the fields for both divisions as the Big Blocks competed in 40 lap feature event action and Sportsman in a 20 lap affair.
News Flash: Diamond Homes Services Inc. Bonus for Sportsman!
In the name of Autism Awareness, Diamond Home Services Inc. will double the Sportsman purses for First, Second & Third if the cars are carrying the Autism Awareness Decals on the cars (to be distributed at driver's meeting). The bonus will increase the purses to $1,200 for first, $900 for second and $800 for third place. Sportsman cars, MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR DECAL for Autism Awareness. In addition to the purse match, Diamond Home Services will also be making a donation to Autism Awareness.
Announcing a new perk for OCFS drivers of all divisions, the Back-to-Back Feature Wins award from Wicked Truck Worx of Montgomery! To reward competitors who score back to back feature wins, Wicked Truck Worx will throw down $500 for United Rentals DIRTcar Modifieds, $300 for H.O Penn 358 Modifieds, $200 for Arkel Motors Sportsmen and $100 for Napa Northeast Parts Group Street Stocks. WHO DO YOU THINK WILL GO BACK TO BACK!
April 2 is World Autism Day Awareness. In recognition, the April 3 race meet is OCFS’s Autism Awareness Night. The proceeds from the night’s 50/50 drawing will be donated to an Autism charity. Autism decals will be distributed to the competing teams. Should a car displaying the Autism decal win the feature, a $1,000 bonus will be added the driver’s winnings. Other activities during the evening will stress Autism awareness and education.
FANS, COMPETITORS EAGERLY AWAITING OPENING NIGHT SATURDAY, APRIL 3 AT ORANGE COUNTY FAIR SPEEDWAY
This Year Marks the 72ND Consecutive Season of Weekly Stock Car Racing