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One of the most exciting race tracks with one of the most diverse schedules to appear on FloRacing in 2022 was Boise, Idaho’s quarter-mile Meridian Speedway. Between Late Models, Modifieds, and Pavement Sprint Cars, Meridian Speedway offered something for every fan that tuned into the broadcasts on FloRacing last year.
Now, Meridian Speedway is back on FloRacing once again in 2023, and joining it on the platform for select events is its sister track in Twin Falls, Idaho, the 1/3-mile Magic Valley Speedway.
Idaho has proven to be a hot-bed for pavement Sprint Car racing, especially at Meridian Speedway, with big events like the Pink Lady Classic and the Diamond Cup highlighting the schedule. Those are just a couple of the highlights on Meridian’s schedule, along with big events like the Treasure Valley 125 for the Super Late Models, as the entire calendar will be seen live on FloRacing for the second year in a row.
“Our transition to full-time broadcasts at Meridian Speedway on FloRacing in 2022 was a great experience,” said Meridian Speedway’s general manager, Adam Nelson. “We had worked with FloRacing previously on select events, so it was a pretty natural evolution.”
The Sprint Cars will hit the track at Magic Valley Speedway for the first time in 2023 on Saturday, April 29. The event will be the first from Magic Valley to be broadcast live on FloRacing and the first of two events during the 2023 season to appear on FloRacing. The second event will be the Super Modified Cup held on Saturday, August 12.
“As for Magic Valley Speedway, we are excited to sample a few events from the 1/3-mile on FloRacing this year with Winged Sprint Cars in April, and Super Modifieds in August. That includes all of the local divisions seen weekly live and in-person by the great race fans in the Magic Valley.”
The season-opener at Meridian Speedway will take place on Saturday, April 8, with Modifieds, Pro Late Models, Legends and more on the order of events for the day.
Meridian Speedway opened in 1951 and has been racing ever since. From 2015 to 2019 it was a stop on the ARCA Menards West (formerly K&N Pro Series West) schedule. Magic Valley Speedway first opened its gates in 1986.
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