Round 1 – Orange County Fair Motocross – March 31st – Honda/Husky Contingency
Race season is almost upon us, which glipses of Spring popping up here in the New York Hudson Valley Region. Two weeks from today we will be dropping the gates for the first time in 2019 at the Orange County Fair Motocross. MSC is celebrating out 60th year and Orange County Fair Speedway will be celebrating it’s 100th Year! That is two amazing accomplishments. Be a part of the history of motocross this season with the MSC.
Schedule of Events will be posted here.
Middletown Motorsports Show Saturday & Sunday March 23rd & 24th in the Arena Building.
OCFMX Practice -March 27th & 30th
OCFMX Race Day – March 31st
Entry – $15/ Racer or Spectator 10 year and older
Race Classes – $30 each
Joshua Indorf Scholarship Fundraiser
Joshua G. Indorf, Jr. also known as “J.R.” was a Junior at Roy C. Ketcham high school when he was tragically killed in a car accident on November 1, 2017.
Although he struggled with book work, JR was very intelligent and insightful, having the ability even at a young age, to construct or repair with little or no direction. He was just naturally, mechanically inclined. JR loved motocross racing. He spent most of his free time upgrading or repairing his motorcycle or any other engine he could get his hands on.
JR’s friends and family have established, The Joshua Indorf Scholarship Fund. This Scholarship Fund will be awarded to graduating students who are aspiring to continue their education in mechanics, as was JR’s plan. Our goal is to reach the minimum funds, which will allow this scholarship to be awarded on an annual basis. We are asking for donations for this fund. Any monetary amount is accepted and appreciated. We would like to keep JR’s dream alive by helping another future mechanic follow their passion in JR’s memory.
On March 31st, 2019, friends of Josh Indorf will be at Orange County Fair MX raising funds for this scholarship. This scholarship may just pave the way for someone just like Josh, to get assistance attending a school for mechanics.
If you can’t be there but wish to donate, please go to the Josh Indorf GoFundMe page.