Classic cars grace Historic Track for a benefit show
It has been some time since any classic cars were seen at Goshen’s Historic Track. On October 2nd, Goshen Historic Track annual Classic Cars and Motorcycles Show showed about eighty nine automobiles in front of historic grand stand to benefit preservation of track. There is fine stone covering the track; it rained the night before but it didn’t have any effect on surface.
Kerry English, the organizer and CEO for Historic Track and Carl DuBois Orange County were thrilled at the turn out. A motorcyclists group rode up from the Fort Lee, N.J., for attending this show. Mike Aviles was riding up with the group and he took home the award for the Best of Show Bike.
Historic Track is one of the oldest ones in US. It is a pretty beautiful track having museum, horse barns, and an old grand stand. It is a pretty beautiful racing track having horse barns, old grand stand and museum. Goshen people are preserving it very well. Red Door Thrift Shop from Goshen recently donated $500 for this.
DuBois gave an award for appreciation to Saturday Night Cruisers DuBois for all their support and help with Brittany Miller Foundation Show and the big audience at Goshen Track Show on that day. People who were amongst the ones taking trophies home were Charlie Irace in pre-1960 class, John McGloughlin was awarded home best of show in 1980-89 class, Mike Castro got Best of Show in 1960-79 class, and also Cody Statuto won best of show for 2000-11 class. 50/50 raffle had netted $177 to winner. There were plenty of door prizes given too. Catering at show was courtesy of Gus’ Tavern. ServPro sponsored this show.
DuBois and English thanked everyone who turned out for supporting and they said that they were looking forward to the next year.