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Flammer Wins Held Over CRSA Feature at OCFS 
 
 
VanInwegen Wins Her First CRSA A-Main at OCFS
 
 
 
CRSA Quick Results Glen Ridge Motorsports Park 7/18/14 - posted on 07/19/14

CRSA Quick Results Glen Ridge Motorsports Park 7/18/14

A-Main finish, 25 laps:
1) 07P - Danny Varin 2) 7 - Cory Sparks 3) 3P - Josh Pieniazek 4) 5X - Robert Gray 5) 30 - Scott Goodrich 6) 99 - Mike Kiser 7) 17 - John Matrafailo 8) 24 - Chad King 9) 4S - Kyle Smith 10) 3A - Warren Alexson 11) 72 - Jeremy Quick 12) 10 - Joe Kata 13) 36 - Dalton Herrick 14) 12 - Tyler Chartrand 15) 5T - Mark Taylor 16) 19eM - Emily VanInwegen 17) 69K - Cory Gurney 18) 1Q - Thomas Radivoy 19) 29 - Art Kiser 20) 98 - Tyler Jashembowski

Kennedy's Towing of Troy winners bonus: Danny Varin

Magsarus Hard Charger Award : Warren Alexson (+8)

G.Pivoda and Sons Construction heat race winners: Danny Varin, Cory Sparks, Tyler Chartrand

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Thank you to our Sponsors: American Racer/ Lias Tire, Kelly Fuels, Krietz Oval Track Parts, Magsarus Ignitions, Kennedy's Towing, and G.Pivoda and Sons, M&W Aluminum Products, Dirt Track Girl, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Ingles Performance, and E&H Services.
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Flammer and VanInwegan Victorious in OCFS Double Header Weekend July 12th, 2014 - posted on 07/13/14

CRSA Orange County Fair Speedway - Flammer and VanInwegan Victorious in Double Header Weekend July 12th, 2014

A wild night of action took place last Saturday night at the Orange County Fair Speedway. A Super Moon graced the skies, the CRSA sprints ran two, E&H Services LLC "Southern Tier Challenge" A-Main features, a sprint car left the ballpark into the street, there was a huge brawl in the pits during the sportsman feature, and a lady sprint car driver got her first ever CRSA win in front of her hometown crowd!

The first A-main was a makeup race from May 3rd which was postponed due to rain. Dalton Herrick and Scott Flammer brought the field to Kenny Marshall's green flag and it was Flammer getting the advantage down the front stretch. Herrick tucked into second followed closely by Jeremy Quick and Geoff Quackenbush. Flammer stretched his lead to a half straightaway on Herrick as Goodrich slipped past Quackenbush as did Brittany Tresch. As the race settled in, Herrick started to reel in Flammer and even got under him in turn two with just a few laps remaining. Flammer kept his momentum on the high side and pulled back in front to lead the last couple laps and win his first race of the year with a determined Dalton Herrick less the a car length back. Quick finished third, Goodrich fourth and Tresch rounded out the top five in this non-stop event.

Next up was a complete new show. During the first heat, Josh Pieniazek's string of four Saturday wins came to an abrupt end as his Warren Alexson's 3p turned hard left into the inside barrier going in to turn one. The car jumped into the air and started to tumble across the turn, up and over the outside retaining wall and through the billboards onto the street. Josh climbed out uninjured but a little sore. The car was a loss as was the Johnson Toyota billboard. Ironically, it was also Johnson Toyota night at the speedway. The heats were won by Dalton Herrick and Jeff VanSteenburg.

The start of the second A-Main saw Emily VanInwegen lead the pack into turn one with current points leader, Scott Goodrich close behind. Last years point champion, John Matrafailo quickly moved to third followed by Kyle Smith and Geoff Quackenbush. Just one lap later, the red flag was thrown for Dan Hennessy as he made contact with a wounded, Jeff VanSteenburg, and got upside down on the back stretch. Dan escaped unscathed. After the single file restart at the cone, VanInwegen again grabbed the lead and was on the move. Tenth place starter, Jeremy Quick, had shot into fifth by lap three, Chad King had moved from eleventh to seventh, twelfth starting, Scott Flammer was eighth and Brittany Tresch who started way back in fifteenth had already got up to ninth! VanInwegen, who has had an up and down season so far, was determined to get that monkey off her back and started to put some distance on Goodrich, Matrafailo, Quick and Smith. As the race went on caution free, local lady racer, Emily VanInwegen pickup her first ever, CRSA Sprint Car Tour victory in front of her hometown friends and family! Scott Goodrich, who also calls OCFS home, drove to a solid second, Matafailo finished third, Quick fourth, and Kyle Smith was fifth.

Notes: Brittany Tresch picked up two Magsarus Hard Charger Awards on the night. Mark Taylor made his first start in 2014 as did Frank Jashembowski.

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Feature #1 Makeup from Rainout on 5/3/14 - A-Main finish 20 laps:
1) 37 - Scott Flammer 2) 36 - Dalton Herrick 3) 72 - Jeremy Quick 4) 30 - Scott Goodrich 5) 2 - Brittany Tresch 6) 17 - John Matrafailo 7) 25 - Geoff Quackenbush 8) 19eM - Emily VanInwegen 9) 12 - Tyler Chartrand 10) 24 - Chad King 11) 10 - Joe Kata 12) 91 - Dan Hennessy

Magsarus Hard Charger Award : Brittany Tresch (+2)

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Feature #2 - 07/12/14 - A-Main finish 20 laps:
1) 19eM - Emily VanInwegen 2) 30 - Scott Goodrich 3) 17 - John Matrafailo 4) 72 - Jeremy Quick 5) 4S - Kyle Smith 6) 37 - Scott Flammer 7) 25 - Geoff Quackenbush 8) 2 - Brittany Tresch 9) 12 - Tyler Chartrand 10) 10 - Joe Kata 11) 24 - Chad King 12) 98 - Frank Jashembowski 13) 5T - Mark Taylor 14) 36 - Dalton Herrick 15) 7A - John Leombruno 16) 1 - Jeff Van Steenburg 17) 91 - Dan Hennessy DNS) 3P - Josh Pieniazek

Heat Winners: Dalton Herrick , Jeff Van Steenburg

Magsarus Hard Charger Award : Brittany Tresch (+7)

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Thank you to our Sponsors: American Racer/ Lias Tire, Kelly Fuels, Krietz Oval Track Parts, Magsarus Ignitions, Kennedy's Towing, and G.Pivoda and Sons, M&W Aluminum Products, Dirt Track Girl, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Ingles Performance, and E&H Services.
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CRSA Double Header this Weekend at Orange County Fair Speedway - Sat. 7/12/14 - posted on 07/10/14

The CRSA Sprint Car Tour will travel to the Orange County Fair Speedway this Saturday night for not one, but two A-Main feature events! The evening will start out after the warm up sessions with the first A-Main, which was held over from a May 3rd rain out. The field was set and ready to go when the rains came and Dalton Herrick is your pole sitter with Scott Flammer to his right. This is a full points show and no one can be added to the line up.
Following the make-up feature, a whole new show will take place, with the Sprint heats following the Sportsman and Modified heats. Drawing for the heats will take place at the drivers meeting which is held before warm ups and any newcomers are welcome. It will be a quick turn around so teams should arrive early and be ready.
Both shows carry full Tour points as well as the E&H Services LLC, "Southern Tier Challenge". Scott Goodrich is your Tour points leader and Jordan Thomas leads the STC.

Pit gate opens at 4:00pm

Transponders are used for scoring

Raceceiver radios are mandatory

Open tire rule

A limited amount of fuel will be available
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