Pepsi Double Twins Welcome Fans Back to the Track

Pepsi Double Twins Welcome Fans Back to the Track

A bit of normalcy returns to Meridian Speedway this Saturday, May 30, as a limited number of fans return to the stands for the Pepsi Double Twins.  The North West Tour Truck Series and Salt Lake City Midgets each run twin main events Saturday, while the Pit Stop USA Modifieds, Big Daddy’s BBQ Hornets, and Firehouse Pub and Grill Bombers compete for early season supremacy in their own features. 

The fan favorite North West Tout Truck Series enter the concrete jungle for their first race of the 2020 season.  Watch for paint to be traded and fenders to fly as these rough-and-tumble racers beat and bang their way across the Caleb’s Chop Shop Victory Stripe. 

A host of Salt Lake City Midgets swarm the quarter-mile Saturday for their Meridian Speedway debut.  Don’t miss a minute of the hard-charging action as these racers slice-and-dice their way through a Saturday night double-feature.  

The Pit Stop USA Modifieds kick their season into high gear Saturday as the green flag flies on their second race of the season.  After a strong season-opening victory, Colton Nelson looks to go two-for-two on Pepsi Double Twins night. 

Chicanery abounds in the Big Daddy’s Barbecue Hornet division as they roll into their second feature of the year.  Josh Parkkila emerged victorious in the first Hornet showdown of the year, but it’s anyone’s game when the lights come on Saturday night. 

The Firehouse Pub and Grill Bombers emerge from their long winter’s nap for the first green flag of their 2020 campaign as well to round out a full night of short track action.

After consulting with the State of Idaho, Central District Health, and others, Meridian Speedway has developed an avenue through which a limited number of fans can be admitted to the grand stand area.  Specific details can be found at 

A limited number of general admission tickets are available for purchase online at  To limit face-to-face interaction tickets will not be available from the speedway office, nor the box office on or before Saturday.  Adult tickets are $12, senior and military member tickets are $10, kids 7-11 get in for $7, and as always kids 6 and under are free.  Gates open at 4:45 p.m. with qualifying at 6  p.m. and racing at 6:45 p.m.’s coverage of the Pepsi Double Twins begins at 6 p.m.  For all the latest updates from around the Concrete Jungle, log on to and be sure to like us on Facebook.  We’ll see you for the Pepsi Double Twins under the big yellow water tower at Meridian Speedway.