When you try to call Rick McCray, Promoter of Orange Show Speedway, an ASA Member Track in San Bernardino, CA, you may get a busy signal. Why....you might ask? Because he has been getting calls from competitors who are interested in competing at his track.
"I tell you, we have had a lot of interest with competitors wanting to come and race with us," McCray recently said. "The interest to come and race here has been incredible this season."
Last week, Orange Show had 18 cars start their Late Model feature event, with a total of 23 drivers earning points in their first two events this season. While their Super Late Model division has had 19 drivers earn points in their first two racing events.
That is not the only thing going well for McCray either. Prior to the start of the season, Orange Show increased their inversion for the feature events to help their competitors contest for the Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil ASA Member Track National Championship. This change has been a positive so far, "The racing has been awesome since we increased the inversion," McCray exclaimed. "Watching our fast guys race through the field and passing cars has been exciting to watch from the stands, it really shows what short track racing is all about."
This weekend, Orange Show Speedway will celebrate its 64th Anniversary and if you were born in 1964, you will get in for FREE. The Super Late Models, Interstate Batteries Factory Fours, Team Too Pony Stocks, and Go-Karts will be in action along with a Trailer Race.
"Rick and his staff have done a great job in the short time they have been operating Orange Show Speedway," Dennis Huth, ASA President said. "They are living up to their 'Best in the West Racing' motto by putting on some of the best short track racing for the Southern California fans. We are excited to have them racing under the ASA Member Track banner."
For more information about Orange Show Speedway, please visit www.bestinthewestracing.com.
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