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Jeremy Quick Untouchable! Claims Two in a Row for 2014 at OCFS “Eastern States Weekend”
5-Mile Point Speedway Final Race Moved to Next Weekend - Congratulations John Matrafailo CRSA Champion! - posted on 10/30/14

Due to a cold and damp weekend forecast... This weekends CRSA race at the Five Mile Point Speedway has been postponed until next week, November 7.

Due to time limitations, with the annual awards banquet just two weeks away, all points are final for the 2014 season. Next weeks show will be an "open" Racesaver 305 event with $1000 going to the winner! It will be an open draw with no tire rule and is open to all Racesaver region drivers with sealed motors.
The CRSA Sprint CarTour is also offering a $100 bonus to the first CRSA member across the finish line!

Congratulations !!!!!!!

John Matrafailo- CRSA Sprint Car Tour Champion (2nd year in a row)

Thomas Radivoy- 2014 CRSA "Rookie of the Year"

Dalton Herrick- Dirt Track Girl "Western Round Up" Champion

Josh Pieniazek- Kennedy Towing "Northway-90 Challenge" Champion

Mike Kiser- "Algonkin Motel Challenge" Champion

Jeremy Quick- E&H Services LLC "Southern Tier Challenge" Champion

Thank you everyone for a great 2014 racing season!!!

CRSA Final Top Ten in Overall Points:
John Matrafailo - 3427
Dalton Herrick - 3392
Scott Goodrich - 3372
Joe Kata - 3013
Josh Pieniazek - 2961
Jeremy Quick - 2953
Emily VanInwegen - 2860
Mike Kiser - 2704
Warren Alexson - 2260
Dustin Purdy - 2051

Jeremy Quick Untouchable! Claims Two in a Row for 2014 at OCFS “Eastern States Weekend” - posted on 10/25/14

The CRSA Sprint Car Tour arrived at OCFS for the final time in 2014 to participate in the Saturday portion of the prestigious, Eastern States Weekend. It was also another points race for the E&H Services LLC "Southern Tier Challenge" series.

Time trials were held during the warm up sessions and it was local racer, Scott Flammer, setting fast time with a 19.127 averaging 117.635 mph! Second quick was John Martrafailo with a time of 19.391, and third quick was Jeff VanSteenburg with a 19.507. The top eight cars were locked in to the A-Main and were put into their own heat race with the rest of the field starting heads up, according to their times, in their respective heats. Scott Flammer, Brittany Tresch, and Emily VanInwegen were all victors in the three G. Pivoda and Sons Construction heat races.

The top eight cars redrew for the A-Main line up and it was Jeremy Quick on the pole with the 2013 ESW winner, Jeff VanSteenburg,alongside. Current points leader, John Matrafailo, (who is looking to make it two championships in a row) sat in the third position and Scott Flammer started in fourth.

After the popular "four wide salute" to the large crowd on hand, CRSA Starter, Ken Marshall, waved his green flag and it was Jeff VanSteenburg leading the field into turn one and down the back stretch only to have the yellow lights come on for 2014 Rookie of the Year contender, Thomas Radivoy, who got turned around in turn two.

A complete original restart was in order and VanSteenburg again powered ahead of Quick down the front stretch and into the lead. Flammer shot around Matrafailo and into third, with home town racer, Chuck Alessi in fifth. Jordan Thomas moved from eighth starting spot to sixth, Kyle Smith was seventh, Brett Jaycox eighth, Dalton Herrick ninth and Scott Goodrich charged up from seventeenth and was already tenth on lap two. The caution flag flew once again on lap three for another rookie, Tyler Jashembowski, as he was spun up high in turn three.

VanSteenburg again took the lead on the restart and began pulling away from the field. The yellow flew once again for Jashembowski's beautiful black number 98 on lap six as he was stopped in turn four. VanSteenburg pulled away on the restart with Quick, Flammer, Matrafailo, and Alessi in tow. Thomas had now moved into the sixth position, Jaycox seventh, Goodrich eight, Emily VanInwegen ninth, and Smith tenth. VanSteenburg had his black #1 well out front but Quick was getting faster. He was starting to reel in the #1 as lap traffic was now becoming a factor. Flammer was still only a few car lengths behind Quick with Matafailo and Alessi right on their heels. Bad luck plagued VanSteenburg once again this season as his Harry Hamilton owned sprinter coasted out of turn two on lap fourteen and slowed to a stop in the middle of back stretch with major motor woes, taking away his chance to turn his season around.

This now gave Jeremy Quick his chance to get the monkey off his back at OCFS. Quick destroyed a car here last year as he broke coming out of turn two and ended up on top of the backstretch wall. Quick, who is from nearby, Accord , has raced here numerous times and has never won at this famed 5/8s mile track. He has been in the top five in each of the four previous races here this year and is determined to win this one. Fast timer, Scott Flammer, has other ideas as he has won here before, but never on this big ESW race and is now restarting on Quicks rear bumper.
On the single file restart, Quick jumped out to a two car length advantage only to have the yellow fly one more time on lap sixteen. This time for Jaycox who had come together with Goodrich going in to turn three and getting the worse of it with a right front flat, spinning the car to the top of the speedway.

Flammer now has one shot at Quick with only four laps remaining. Quick was flawless on the restart and held his line through the corner, pulling a car length away down the back stretch. Flammer was trying different lines through the corners looking for some way to gain more speed, but Quick was inching away. Matrafailo was now all over Flammer with Alessi right there also just waiting for a miscue to improve his position.

Tonight was a night to remember for Quick as he lead the field under the double checkered flags claiming his second win in as many weeks and his first ever on the "Hard Clay" of OCFS! Flammer ended his night as the runner up with Matrafailo finishing third, Alessi fourth, and the 2013 Rookie of the Year, Jordan Thomas coming home fifth. Hard Charger, Scott Goodrich, Kyle Smith, Emily VanInwegen, Scott Frack, and Dalton Herrick rounded out the top ten.

There is just one race left for the CRSA Sprint Car Tour this season and it comes this week on Friday, October 31, at the Five Mile Point Speedway. It's the $1000 to win, Quarter Mile Racesaver Sprint Car Nationals! John Matrafailo has to just take the green flag in warmups to claim his second CRSA Sprint Car Tour Points title in a row. Also needing to just take the green, is former go kart hotshoe, Thomas Radivoy, to claim the 2014 Rookie of the Year honors.
The final night of the E&H Services LLC "Southern Tier Challenge" points series will crown their champion at the conclusion of the A-Main. Jeremy Quick holds the advantage over John Matrafailo, Scott Goodrich, Dalton Herrick, and Joe Kata.

A-Main Finish
1) 72 - Jeremy Quick 2) 37 - Scott Flammer 3) 17 - John Matrafailo 4) 91 - Chuck Alessi 5) 79 - Jordan Thomas 6) 30 - Scott Goodrich 7) 4S - Kyle Smith 8) 19eM - Emily VanInwegen 9) 39X - Scott Frack 10) 29 - Dalton Herrick 11) 1Q - Thomas Radivoy 12) 10 - Joe Kata 13) 07 - Brett Jaycox 14) 1 - Jeff Van Steenburg 15) 7S - Mark Sasso 16) 98 - Tyler Jashembowski 17) 25 - Geoff Quackenbush 18) 2 - Brittany Tresch 19) 11 - Mike Esposito DNS) X - Frank Cozze, 4 - Ed Newhauser

Kennedy's Towing of Troy Winners bonus: Jeremy Quick

CRSA Time Trial “Fast Time” Bonus: - Scott Flammer

Magsarus Hard Charger Award : Scott Goodrich (+11)

G.Pivoda and Sons Construction heat race winners: Scott Flammer, Emily VanInwegen , Brittany Tresch

Kelly Fuels Top Ten Award: Dalton Herrick

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.

CRSA Returns to OCFS for Eastern States Weekend this Sat. 10/25 - posted on 10/24/14

The CRSA Sprint Car Tour hits the "Hard Clay" one more time in 2014 as they travel to the Orange County Fair Speedway this Saturday afternoon during the prestigious, Eastern States Weekend.

This special event kicks off around noon with heat in the motors, followed by a timed warm-up session which will determine the starting positions for the heat races. Therefore, it is very important to have your transponders in the car and charged to be handicapped. The top eight fastest times during the warm-ups will draw for starting positions and run in their own heat race. The winner will then draw a pill to determine the first four rows of the A-Main. There will be an inversion of 0-2-4-6-or 8. The other heat(s) will be lined up in order, by virtue of their times, and the finishers will start heads up behind the top eight in the A-Main with the B-Main cars to follow.

The race pays $700 to win with $170 to start. Heat races pay $25 to win and there is a $100 "fast time" award for the fastest time during the warm-up sessions.

Pit gate opens at 8:00am

Entry fee is $60 payable to OCFS, which includes sign in fee and ATV permit (no license fees required)

Transponders are mandatory (make sure they are charged)

Open tire rule

Very limited fuel supply

Raceceivers are manditory

For a complete schedule for the weekend, visit the OCFS website:

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