Contingency Partners Announced for NAPA Idaho 208

Contingency Partners Announced for NAPA Idaho 208

Meridian Speedway’s 2020 NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208, the richest single NAPA Big 5 Late Model race in track history, just got richer with contingency awards furnished by Pit Stop USA and PFC Brakes.   

Sponsorship partner Pit Stop USA is offering three individual contingency prizes for select finishers of the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208.  These contingency prizes include a digital gauge panel from QuickCar, a Racing Electronics radio and headset, and a helmet courtesy of Bell Racing USA.  Together, these contingency prizes total nearly two thousand dollars. 

PFC Brakes’ contingency prizes include several boxes of their CarbonMetallic Brake Pads.  These vouchers total over $700 in product. 

Contingency products will be awarded to finishers throughout the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 field in a manner to be determined based upon entries. 

Along with Pit Stop USA, QuickCar, Racing Electronics, Bell Racing, and PFC Brakes, Meridian Speedway would like to thank the local sponsors who made the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 possible.  These sponsorship partners include PBT Auto Sales, Precision Framing, Maxwell Plumbing, YMC Mechanical, GCAT Towing, Powers Transportation, A-1 Heating and Air Conditioning, Dave Parrie—Dave’s Auto Body and Paint, Gibson Diesel Performance, Trevor Cristiani Racing, and Boise Boys Transportation. 

The NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 was created as a 52-mile endurance race in 2015 for the then NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.  Current NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Noah Gragson scored the inaugural victory.  Other past winners include Todd Gilliland, Michael Self, Hailie Deegan, and Derek Kraus.  With the ARCA Menards West Series presented by NASCAR schedule impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Meridian Speedway and the above-mentioned advertising partners created this event for the NAPA Auto Parts Big 5 Late Models.  For more information on the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208, click: