Supermodifieds and Winged Sprint Cars Headline Diamond Cup 2020admin
The pavement pounding roar of Speed Tour Sprint Cars returns to Meridian Speedway this Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8, for the 32nd annual Bob FM Diamond Cup presented by Neil Alan Fine Jewelry. Friday’s Stinker Stores Family Pass Night features the Naylor Classic for the Speed Tour Sprint Cars, JP Memorial qualifying races for the Super Modifieds, Pepsi Crate and ISRL Sprint Cars, Coors Super Stocks, and Junior Stingers. Saturday night sees the Speed Tour Sprint Cars settle the two-day Bob FM Diamond Cup presented by Neil Alan Fine Jewelry, the Super Modifieds battle for the JP Classic victory, and the Teleperformance Street Stocks and Big Daddy’s Barbeque Hornets provide some on-track fireworks before we light up the skies over the big yellow water tower.
Since 1989 the fastest drivers in the West have descended upon Meridian Speedway in early June to test their mettle in the Bob FM Diamond Cup. Due to its reschedule, the 2020 edition of Fire and Fury, as the race is known, looks to test participants like no other race in recent memory as high temperatures tax man and machine alike.
Super Modifieds, the purest expression of speed in short track auto racing, return to the Treasure Valley for the two-day JP Classic Super Modified Reunion. Friday night features qualifying and positioning heat races. Saturday brings the field together for an open-wheel throw down in the Concrete Jungle.
The Pepsi Crate Cars and ISRL Sprint Cars square off for season supremacy Friday night, as do the Coors Super Stocks, and Junior Stingers. Feature Flags for Friday’s Stinker Stores Family Pass Night are presented by Competition Carburetors.
Saturday night the Speed Tour Modifieds join their open-wheel counterparts for a shot at their own Hunziker 98x Racing Feature Flag. The Teleperformance Street Stocks and Big Daddy’s Barbecue Hornets round out Saturday night’s on-track action.
General admission to each night of action is just $19 for adults, $17 for seniors and military members, $7 for kids 7-11, and free for kids 6 and under. Tickets are extremely limited and going fast. Log on to www.meridianspeedway.com to get your while they last. Gates open at 4:45 p.m. each night with the first green flag scheduled for 6:45 p.m. Can’t make it to the track? Full coverage of each race night is available on SpeedCast.tv. Friday night’s action is just $19.99, Saturday night’s finale is $27.99, or buy them both for just $39.99 only at www.SpeedCast.tv. We’ll see you this Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8, for Bob FM Diamond Cup presented by Neil Alan Fine Jewelry under the big yellow water tower at your NASCAR Home Track, Meridian Speedway.