Future Speedway Stars Shine Bright on Dirty Cup Sundayadmin
The valley’s future speedway stars converge on the Dirt Track at Meridian Speedway this Sunday, September 2, for Al Russel’s The Dirty Cup. Seven stacked Outlaw and Open Flat Kart divisions test their mettle under the lights in a one night, winner-take-all dash for the PitStopUSA.com Summer Dirt Series’ most prestigious event.
Action on the tight, twelfth-mile dirt oval has been intense throughout the Dirt Track at Meridian Speedway’s first six races. Anthony Latham and Paxton Guiles have been 2018’s only victors in the Pee Wee division, having scored four and two checkered flags respectively.
Cadie Horne and Brady Williams are locked in an epic Box Stock class battle and roll into Sunday’s main events with just eleven points between them.
Five different racers have claimed Hot Rod division wins this season. Though Hudson Eccles isn’t among that list, he still finds himself atop the standings.
Trevor Ford has proven himself the apex Predator Stox competitor thus far in 2018. But Hunter Perala is hot on Ford’s tail tank, eager to climb his way to the point.
The Senior 4-Cycle standings is headed by the Smitchger family. Eric and Dale have traded wins back and forth throughout the PitStopUSA.com Summer Dirt Series campaign, and both have their eyes on Al Russel’s The Dirty Cup to settle their sibling rivalry.
Idaho’s Unlimited All-Stars are tuned up and ready to speed through their Sunday night double-header.
Neveah Hull leads the always-exciting 250 Open field to green Sunday in search of her first Dirt Track at Meridian Speedway win of 2018. Can Neveah beat the boys and take home the Al Russel’s The Dirty Cup hardware?
All seats for Al Russel’s The Dirty Cup are just $6 and include cold pit access. Gates open at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, with qualifying at 5 p.m. and racing at 6:30 p.m. We’ll see you this Sunday, September 2, under the big yellow water tower for Al Russel’s The Dirty Cup at the Dirt Track at Meridian Speedway.