On Thursday, August 19, the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series will be racing at Orange County Fair Speedway for the first time since 2004. The fastest wingless race cars will tear around Orange County’s five-eights-mile clay track with the sole goal of winning the 40-lap feature race and its $10,000 first place prize money.
Who are OCFS's Final Eight Big Block Drivers and how did they get there? The Final Eight are the only remaining drivers eligible for the $25K to win OCFS championship. Why? Because 2021's United Rentals DIRTcar Big Block Points series went a little differently in 2021. Modified points were distributed as listed in OCFS's normal point system beginning with the opening event on April 3rd. Any drivers with wins, or those in the top 8 in points as of the July 10th event became "The Final Eight".
Celebrate summer with three consecutive nights of action-packed racing and music Thursday through Saturday, August 12-14 at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York. AND, YOU CAN GET ALL 3 NIGHTS + FREE CAMPING FOR JUST $70 with a deal available on Groupon right now!
Beginning in 1950, Orange County Fair Speedway has been most noted for its dirt track Modified racing. But late model full-fender American stock cars have long been a part of the weekly racing action. On Saturday, August 7, this heritage will be honored on Full-Fender Nostalgia Night, featuring the NAPA Northeast Parts Group Street Stocks, the return of unpredictable Enduro racing, and the annual visit of the Atlantic Coast Old Timers and their historic racing cars.
The lightning-fast H.O. Penn Cat Small-Block Modifieds as well as the always exciting and unpredictable Arkel Motors Sportsman are set to thrill fairgoers as they roar around the five-eighths-mile, clay-surfaced Orange County Fair Speedway on Saturday, July 17, opening weekend of the 181st Annual Orange County Fair in Middletown, New York.
For one of the few times this season, all four racing divisions will be competing on Saturday, July 10 at Orange County Fair Speedway, the historic five-eighths-mile clay track in Middletown, New York. But it’s especially important for the United Rentals DIRTcar Big-Block Modifieds, as the top-eight drivers will be locked in to the chase for the track championship and its $25,000 top prize.
Kicking off the Independence Holiday, the United Rentals Big-Block DIRTcar Modifieds will roar around the five-eighths-mile Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York on Thursday evening July 1 not once, but twice in a pair of 50-lap feature races with the overall winner netting $7,500. In addition, the USAC East Coast Wingless Sprint cars are returning to the Middletown clay track for their full program of racing. PLUS, a regular Street Stock feature on a Thursday night!