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Winged sprintcars unify in new series

by Jon Brown – MERIDIAN, Idaho — Through collaboration, the movers and shakers of the Northwest winged sprint world have strengthened the sport for drivers and fans alike in 2012.

The new Canadian-American Western Winged Sprintcar Series is at the center of the effort to make sprintcar racing in western Canada, Idaho and Utah beneficial for the men and women who strap […]

Meridian Continues with ASA Member Track

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DAYTONA BEACH, FL (Thursday, March 1, 2012) – For Meridian Speedway, it was an easy decision to sign their 2012 ASA Member Track sanction.  The quarter-mile asphalt oval located in Meridian, ID appreciates the stability that ASA provides and feels that they could be a track to challenge for the 2012 ASA Member Track National Championship.

“We […]

Dirty Cup racing wraps with tight title decisions

Oct. 22, 2011

MERIDIAN, Idaho — The racing moved from pavement to dirt this weekend at ASA-sanctioned Meridian Speedway, but the results were just as thrilling as fans had come to expect throughout the 2011 season.

Six of the nine inaugural championships for Al Russell’s Dirty Cup of Outlaw Karts were decided by six points or less after Saturday’s second night of […]

Boise driver gets first feature win at Meridian

MERIDIAN, Idaho, August 20, 2011 – Hard work and study finally paid off Saturday night for Travis Anderson at ASA-sanctioned Meridian Speedway.

The Boise, Idaho racer wiggled out of a long side-by-side duel with fellow Boisean Dan Lowther for his first-ever NAPA Late Model Sportsman main event victory in the division’s 25-lap nightcap on Domino’s Pizza 50s night.

“It feels great,”the former […]

Mini Stocks win is better late than never for Larry Hull

MERIDIAN, Idaho, August 13, 2011 – Larry Hull III took advantage of the Cone of Opportunity on Saturday night at ASA-sanctioned Meridian Speedway before nearly 4,000 fans.

On an evening already packed with stunning developments (mostly from the concussion of explosions,flying station wagons, falling Pontiacs, anvils plunging to and through the ground, melting Mazdas and wild boat-dragging Thunder Dogs), the Boise, Idaho […]

Meridian Speedway young gun just misses another huge win

MERIDIAN, Idaho, July 15, 2011 – USAC Western States Sprintcar legend Tony Hunt rounded up his third feature victory of the season Friday night, but it was hometown hot shoe Johnny Giesler who set the fans on their ear at ASA-sanctioned Meridian Speedway.

Fresh off his first-ever victory in the ASA Northwest Sprintcar Racing Association a week ago, Giesler shook off […]

The Intermountain Pro Trucks haul-in the first of two trips to Meridian

MERIDIAN, Idaho, July 9, 2011 – Drew Reitsma of Jerome Idaho won his first race in the series at ASA member track, Meridian Speedway, as the Intermountain Pro Trucks make their first of two 2011 appearances at the newly refurbished quarter mile oval.

In other main events Ray Bollinger won a hard fought battle in the 40 lap Edmark Mini Stocks […]

Dave Minegar makes emotional comeback in 100 lap Latemodel event

MERIDIAN, Idaho, June 25, 2011— The Carbon X Rocky Mountain Challenge Series brings out some of the best drivers in the Northwest and beyond. Last night at Meridian Speedway was no exception. Dave Minegar dominated the NAPA Auto Parts Treasure Valley 100 by working his way from ninth to first with two thirds of the race left to go.

In other main […]

Fenton builds impressive run to Bill Crow championship at Meridian

 

by Jon Brown, MERIDIAN, Idaho – While it’s undisputed that he enjoys winning memorial races, hometown racer Chris Fenton probably could do without the headache he had to endure to claim the Bill Crow Memorial 50

on Monday.

The 2010 NAPA Late Model Sportsman division rookie of the year waited through three caution flags before moving into the lead with 28 laps […]