MIDDLETOWN, NY – They’re loud, they’re fast, they’re exciting to watch! On Saturday, May 8, the H.O. Penn Cat Small-Block Modifieds headline the Interstate Batteries and Texas Roadhouse Night racing program at Middletown, New York’s historic Orange County Fair Speedway. Thirty or more Small-Block Modified teams and drivers will battle in qualifying heat and “last chance” races for starting spots in the $2,200-to-win 25-lap feature race. Tyler Boniface won the previous Small-Block feature race. Should he repeat his victory, he’ll earn an additional $300 from the Wicked Truck Worx Back-to-Back Bonus.
Joining the Small-Block Modifieds will be the eager Arkel Motors Sportsman division drivers, whose qualifying races will determine the starting lineup for their 20-lap feature race. The Wicked Truck Worx Back-to-Back Bonus will also be in effect for the Sportsman competitors, with $200 in extra prize money for a repeat victory. And to round out the evening, the Precision Hydraulic & Oil Rookie Sportsman drivers have a 12-lap race in their third of six outings leading to “graduation” night and full Sportsman competition.
The Drive-In section and stands are open subject to current COVID-19 restrictions. General admission is $20, $16 seniors, and free for children 12 and under. Guaranteed Drive-In perking spots in Rows D, E, and F may be reserved for $15. Contact the Speedway Office for advanced tickets 845-3422-2573.
Spectator Gates open at 4:00 pm, Hot Laps at 6:00 pm,, racing at 7:00 pm.
The Pit Gate opens at 3:00 pm. Members $25, non-members $35.
Please consult the Orange County Fair Speedway website for all the latest news and COVID-19 restrictions. www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net.