Silver Dollar Speedway Race Track in Chico, California, USA
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Silver Dollar Speedway races Sprint Cars, Midgets, Dwarf Cars, Street Stock, Hobby Stock, Sports Mod, and Vintage Hard Top.
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Silver Dollar Speedway Dirt Track Location
2343 Fair St
Chico, California, 95928 USA
- lat: 39.716496, lng: -121.810377
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- Surface: 1/4 mile high-banked clay oval
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- Tanner Carrick Tallies 7th Win of Season
Returning to the Silver Dollar Speedway for the first time since his heartbreak at the Gold Cup Race of Champions, Tanner Carrick found a little redemption as he made a late race move to score the win during the Pacific Sprint Fall Nationals opener before finishing sixth during Saturday's finale.
- Silver Dollar Speedway 2021 sprint car schedule comes to a close
The sprint car races at Silver Dollar Speedway came to a close for 2021 on Friday and Saturday with the 360-winged sprint cars and hobby stock cars competing in the Fall Nationals event.
- Gravel Guides Big Game Motorsports to Victory Lane During Gold Cup Opener
David Gravel earned his first career feature victory at Silver Dollar Speedway last Friday during the Gold Cup Race of Champions opener.
- Gold Cup returns to Silver Dollar Speedway
Sprint car racers and fans return to Silver Dollar Speedway for the first Gold Cup held since 2019. The event features local drivers and the World of Outlaws.
- Justin Sanders Wins Louie Vermeil Classic at Chico
Justin Sanders won the final night of the Louie Vermeil Classic for the King of the West Sprint Car Series presented by NARC at Silver Dollar Speedway.
- Gardner Wins USAC/CRA Portion of the Louie Vermeil Classic at Chico
Damion Gardner passes Brody Roa on the file lap to win the Louie Vermeil Classic at Silver Dollar Speedway.
- POTENT PAIRING: SANDERS AND SILVA WIN AGAIN IN THE LOUIE FINALE
(9/5/21, Alex Nieten) Chico, CA ... The combination of Justin Sanders and Paul Silva can't seem to stop collecting trophies. In the Louie Vermeil Classic finale at Chico's Silver Dollar Speedway, Sanders came out on top after a 30-lap war with some of the west coast's best. The triumph marked his fourth of the year, third in the last six races since climbing aboard the Works Limited No. 57 and his tenth career with the NARC-King of the West Fujitsu Sprint Cars. The intense fight for the win left some with ruffled feathers, and while Sanders held no ill-intent, he acknowledged that heated tempers are sometimes the by-product of racing, especially in an event as significant as The Louie. "We were all fighting hard," Sanders said. "Me and Kyle (Hirst) rubbing wheels and banging wheels, Kyle and Colby (Copeland) banging wheels. I slid Colby down there in turn three, and we hit and I spun him out. It wasn't intentional, just hard racing. It's racing, we're racing for a big purse and big win." The green flag waved, and the battle immediately kicked off on lap one as front row starters Sanders and Colby Copeland leaned on each other in turns one and two. Copeland came out ahead down the backstretch, but before the race could establish a rhythm a yellow came out for Corey Day slowing on the front stretch on lap three. On the restart, another caution for an incident between Sean Watts and Michael Ing again slowed the pace. After the pair of yellows, racing resumed and Copeland bolted ahead. As the race approached the halfway mark, Kyle Hirst roared to life in lap traffic, moving by Sanders after some contact for the runner-up position on lap 14. Just three laps later, Hirst threw a successful slider on Copeland in turn three to steal the lead. Unfortunately for Copeland, Hirst brought Sanders with him, but Sanders' move didn't quite clear the 16A machine resulting in contact and a caution for a spun Copeland in turn four. Copeland would express his displeasure with Sanders later after the checkered flag flew. Another quick yellow came out for Willie Croft following the incident between Sanders and Copeland. The green flag came back out with 14 to go, and Sanders stalked Hirst as the duo approached traffic. The first opportunity he saw, Sanders pounced. The pilot of the Works Limited No. 57 threw a huge slider at Hirst on lap 22. Again, Sanders couldn't quite clear the Williams Motorsports No. 0, but after some slight contact Sanders gained control of the top spot. Hirst managed to keep pace with Sanders and attempted a few sliders as the laps waned, but he couldn't ever gather enough momentum to clear him, and Sanders held on to win by just under one second. The victory was Sanders first Louie Vermeil Classic triumph. "I'm happy, but I just feel like crap," Sanders, who was fighting a cold in addition to four-time series titlist Hirst, said. "This will make the four-hour, miserable drive home a lot better. Happy to get this done." While he would've preferred to win, Hirst enjoyed every moment of the main event. "I had an absolute blast," Hirst said. "I gave it everything I had right there. I was racing with one of the best of California right now, and it was pretty awesome." Behind the battle for the win, Dominic Scelzi crept onto the podium for his eighth consecutive appearance in the top three in the Scelzi Enterprises/Red Rose Transportations No. 41. The point leader was especially pleased with the racing surface. "That was so much fun," Scelzi said. "I feel like the last couple of races it's been really hard to have that kind of racing, and that just goes to show you slick tracks make the best kind of racing." Shane Golobic finished fourth, making it seven top five's in his last seven series appearances. Tanner Carrick, Tim Kaeding, Carson Short, Corey Day, Bud Kaeding and Colby Copeland completed the top ten. FUJITSU GENERAL USA FEATURE (30 laps): 1. Justin Sanders 57 2. Kyle Hirst 0 3. Dominic Scelzi 41 4. Shane Golobic 17W 5. Tanner Carrick 83T 6. Tim Kaeding 42X 7. Carson Short 7 8. Corey Day 21 9. Bud Kaeding 69 10. Colby Copeland 16A 11. Jessie Attard 53 12. Ryan Robinson 56 13. Joel Myers Jr. 46JR 14. Sean Becker 83V 15. Billy Aton 26 16. Sean Watts 98 17. Angelo Cornet 55A 18. Austin McCarl 88 19. Blake Carrick 38B 20. Willie Croft 29 21. DJ Netto 88N 22. Mitchell Faccinto 37 23. JJ Ringo 2 24. Michael Ing 21X HOOSIER TIRE LAP LEADERS: Copeland 1-16, Hirst 17-21, Sanders 22-30 SWIFT METAL FINISHING HARDCHARGER: Carson Short 22nd to 7th ARP FAST QUALIFIER (29 cars): Colby Copeland 11.971 BROWN AND MILLER RACING SOLUTIONS HEAT ONE (10 laps): Scelzi, Sanders, Copeland, Watts, Ing, Cornet, Clark, Ringo FUJITSU GENERAL USA HEAT TWO (10 laps): Golobic, Attard, Netto, Faccinto, T. Carrick, McCarl, Tabor Jr. FLORACING.COM HEAT THREE (10 laps): Croft, Becker, B. Kaeding, B. Carrick, Myers Jr., Short, Bloomfield KAEDING PERFORMANCE HEAT FOUR (10 laps): Hirst, Robinson, Day, T. Kaeding, Aton, Ingraham, Strole PYROTECT SEMI (12 laps): McCarl, Short, Cornet, Ringo, Ingraham, Tabor Jr., Clark, Strole, Bloomfield SUNNYVALLEY "POWERED BY BACON" DASH (6 laps): Sanders, Copeland, Croft, Hirst, Becker, Attard
- ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER W: SCELZI LOCKS UP NIGHT ONE OF THE LOUIE VERMEIL CLASSIC
(9/4/2021 - Alex Nieten) Chico, CA... By leading all 30-laps of the Fujitsu Feature on night one of the Louie Vermeil Classic at Chico's Silver Dollar Speedway, Dominic Scelzi earned his fifth series victory of the year, matching his career-high for a single season. The result also marked his 18th overall feature win during his dream 2021 campaign and his seventh consecutive race standing on the NARC-King of the West Fujitsu Sprint Car podium at the end of the night. Scelzi's biggest challenge of the night would come right as the green flag dropped and Scelzi led into turn one from the pole position. Third starting Mitchell Faccinto capitalized on a great initial start to swipe the lead from the point leader down the backstretch. Scelzi, though, aimed his Whipple Superchargers/Red Rose Transportations No. 41 to Faccinto's inside coming out of turn four and beat him to the line to lead the opening lap. Shortly after Scelzi reclaimed the lead, the first of a flurry of race stoppages came out for contact between Justin Sanders and Kalib Henry that sent Henry on a wild flip outside of turn one. Both drivers were okay. The adage "cautions breed cautions" proved true after the first red flag as just a few laps later Corey Day and front row starter Andy Forsberg tangled sending Forsberg over and heavily damaging Day's Tarlton Racing machine. Following that issue, Bud Kaeding tumbled in turn three after contact with Ryan Robinson, ending BK's night. Michael Ing slid to a stop in turn four shortly after BK's issue, and a spin by the USAC/CRA portion winner, Carson Short, on lap twelve ended the avalanche of yellows. With curfew looming, the call was made to go to single file restarts for the remaining 19 circuits. All drivers involved in the incidents were okay. A trio of drivers survived the early mayhem to put together strong charges. By the lap twelve restart, Tim Kaeding had gone from 22nd to 7th, Billy Aton from the rear to 11th and Shane Golobic from 10th to third. Racing resumed with 19 to go, and Scelzi set the pace on a low line favored racing surface. He tiptoed around the bottom and distanced himself from second-running Willie Croft. Meanwhile, Croft had to deal with the NOS Energy Drink/Elk Grove Ford No. 17W of Golobic who was glued to Croft's tail tank. Even lap traffic couldn't slow Scelzi during what continues to be a year for the history books. Scelzi patiently negotiated the slower cars, spotting opportunities to sneak to their inside on the straightaways before completing each pass in the turns, giving himself more of a cushion from Croft every lap. Eventually, Scelzi crossed the finish line with nearly a two second advantage to claim his first NARC-KWS victory at the Butte County bullring. Including lap money for leading all thirty circuits, the win netted Scelzi $5,750. Croft held on to the runner-up spot to secure his second podium of the year aboard the Holey Smokes BBQ/Amerikote Powder Coating No. 29. Golobic rounded out the podium with his fifth top-three finish of the year and continued his recent trend of charging toward the front. Over the last five Fujitsu Feature events, Golobic owns a net position change of plus-33. The remainder of the top-10 was Kyle Hirst, Mitchell Faccinto, Tim Kaeding (from 22nd, earned Swift Metal Finishing Hardcharger), DJ Netto, Tanner Carrick, Colby Copeland and Billy Aton. FUJITSU GENERAL USA FEATURE (30 laps): 1. Dominic Scelzi 41 2. Willie Croft 29 3. Shane Golobic 17W 4. Kyle Hirst 0 5. Mitchell Faccinto 37 6. Tim Kaeding 42X 7. DJ Netto 88N 8. Blake Carrick 38B 9. Colby Copeland 16A 10. Billy Aton 26 11. Austin McCarl 88 12. Justin Sanders 57 13. Sean Watts 98 14. Sean Becker 83V 15. Michael Ing 21X 16. JJ Ringo 2 17. Carson Short 7 18. Joel Myers Jr. 46JR 19. Mark Tabor Jr. 38N 20. Ryan Robinson 56 21. Bud Kaeding 69 22. Andy Forsberg 92 23. Corey Day 21 24. Kalib Henry 5J HOOSIER TIRE LAP LEADERS: Scelzi 1-30 SWIFT METAL FINISHING HARDCHARGER: Tim Kaeding 22nd to 6th ARP FAST QUALIFIER (31 cars): Willie Croft 11.384 BROWN AND MILLER RACING SOLUTIONS HEAT ONE (10 laps): Forsberg, Croft, Robinson, Bloomfield, Ing, Day, Clark, Cornet FUJITSU GENERAL USA HEAT TWO (10 laps): Sanders, Faccinto, Becker, Short, Ringo, Strole, Aton FLORACING.COM HEAT THREE (10 laps): Attard, Golobic, B. Kaeding, Hirst, Copeland, McCarl, T. Carrick KAEDING PERFORMANCE HEAT FOUR (10 laps): Scelzi, B. Carrick, Netto, Watts, Myers Jr., Tabor Jr. PYROTECT SEMI (12 laps): Henry, Day, T. Kaeding, McCarl, Tabor Jr., Aton, Cornet, Strole, Clark SUNNYVALLEY "POWERED BY BACON" DASH (6 laps): Scelzi, Forsberg, Faccinto, Croft, Attard, Bloomfield
- CHICO’S “LOUIE VERMEIL CLASSIC” ON TAP FOR USAC/CRA SPRINT CARS
This Labor Day Weekend, September 4th & 5th, the AMSOIL USAC/CRA Sprint Car Series will invade Silver Dollar Speedway (Chico, CA) for the "13th Annual Louie Vermeil Classic."
- CHICO SET TO HOST NARC-KING OF THE WEST SPRINT CARS FOR THE TWO-NIGHT LOUIE VERMEIL CLASSIC
(8/30/21) Chico, CA ... The event honoring one of the most important figures in the history of NARC (Northern Auto Racing Club) finds a new home for 2021 at one of California's most historic bullrings this weekend when the NARC-King of the West Fujitsu Sprint Cars head to Chico's Silver Dollar Speedway on September 4th and 5th for the 13th annual Louie Vermeil Classic. Louie Vermeil is a key figure in the birth of NARC. During what has become one of the most significant conversations in the history of west coast racing, Vermeil helped conceptualize the sanctioning body in Calistoga's Owl Garage in 1960 and shortly after made it a reality with the creation of the Northern Auto Racing Club. The first edition of the Classic took place at Calistoga in 2008 and has since become a Labor Day Weekend tradition of the wine country half mile. However, a battle of bureaucracy between the track and the Napa Valley town forced the 2021 relocation. The annual Calistoga Hall of Fame Dinner has also made the move to Chico for this year and will take place Friday September 3rd on the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds. Before the racing gets going on Saturday, there will be wine tasting and live music also on the fairgrounds from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. While it's a new venue for the event, Silver Dollar Speedway is certain to continue the tradition of great racing with drivers hunting one of the sport's most coveted trophies and a stout payday. Both Saturday and Sunday's Fujitsu/Big O Tire Feature will award $5,000 to the winner. The two-night show will also feature $5,000 to win USAC/CRA non-winged sprint car events. There is also lap money and product awards up for grabs. Dominic Scelzi will enter the weekend as the point leader fresh off his Fastest Four Days in Motorsports title. At this point, it seems a Herculean effort will be required to pry him from the podium as he is currently riding a six-race streak of top-3s. Scelzi owns a win in Chico this year and even finished in the top-5 during a 2019 World of Outlaws appearance at the quarter-mile. Looking to some other potential favorites, Sean Becker or Roseville stands out. The 2005 champ has turned countless laps at Silver Dollar Speedway and tallied 66 sprint car wins at the quarter mile including a World of Outlaws triumph at a Gold Cup prelim night. Becker has continued to gel with Vertullo Motorsports in his first full KWS season since 2014 and already picked up a win in the Howard Kaeding Classic in the yellow No. 83V. A preview of any 410 sprint car race at Silver Dollar Speedway cannot go without mention of San Jose's Tim Kaeding. Kaeding owns 58 career sprint car victories in Chico including the most recent series visit in August 2019. TK has finished second in three of his last five starts with the World of Outlaws at Silver Dollar. The pilot of the Bates-Hamilton Racing 42X will be aiming to add a Louie Vermeil NARC-KWS triumph to his accolades. While Bud Kaeding has spent the bulk of his recent racing career with a wing on, he spent much of the 2000s in the USAC ranks without wings and is expected to have a non-wing ride for the CRA portion in a double-duty effort. Other expected entrants in the Louie Vermeil Classic include Hanford's DJ Netto & Mitchell Faccinto, Billy Aton of Benicia, Clovis driver Sean Watts, Roseville's Colby Copeland, Auburn's Andy Forsberg, Joel Myers Jr. of Sebastopol, Aromas driver Justin Sanders and many more. The NARC-King of the West Hoosier Tire Format will include ARP Fast Time Qualifying, 10-lap Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat Races, a 6-lap Sunnyvalley Bacon Trophy Dash, a 12-lap Kaeding Performance Semi and the 30-lap Fujitsu General Heating & Air Feature. On both Saturday and Sunday at Silver Dollar Speedway, the pit gate will open at 1:00 P.M. The grandstand gate will follow at 4:00 P.M. Qualifying will kickoff at 5:30 P.M. with racing set for 6:30 P.M. Reserved seats will be $40. General Admission will cost $35. Kids 6-12 will be admitted for just $10. Tickets can be purchased at: https://hmcpromotions.ticketspice.com/louie-vermeil-classic and include a unique FanPass option! The Louie Vermeil Classic can be viewed live on floracing.com along with the entire NARC-King of the West Fujitsu Sprint Car schedule. Silver Dollar Speedway is located on the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds at 2343 Fair St, Chico, CA 95928. For more information visit silverdollarspeedway.com or call (530) 891-6535. NARC King of the West Fujitsu 410 Sprint Car Series Championship Points Standings (After 13 events in 20-race series 8/30/2021) Dominic Scelzi, Fresno - 1458 Bud Kaeding, Campbell - 1419 DJ Netto, Hanford - 1416 Tim Kaeding, San Jose - 1403 Sean Becker, Roseville - 1384 Billy Aton, Benicia (R) - 1361 Sean Watts, Clovis - 1325 Justin Sanders, Aromas - 1173 Shane Golobic, Elk Grove - 1118 Mitchell Faccinto, Hanford - 957 Mitchel Moles, Raisin City - 904 Joel Myers Jr, Sebastopol (R) - 831 Jessie Attard, Sydney, AUS (R) - 823 Geoffrey Strole, Hanford (R) - 782 Ryan Robinson, Foresthill (R) - 639 Willie Croft, Colfax - 632 Corey Day, Salinas (R) - 601 Mark Barroso, Merced - 589 Kenny Allen, Chico - 583 Colby Copeland, Roseville - 554 The King of the West-NARC Fujitsu General USA Racing Series is also sponsored by Hoosier Racing Tires. Associate and product award sponsors include Automotive Racing Products (ARP), Autometer, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Bullet Impressions, FloRacing.com, Johnstone Supply, Kaeding Performance Center, KSE Racing Products, Maxim, PAC Racing Springs, Pyrotect, Racing Optics, Saldana Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, SCI Racing Products, Swift Metal Finishing, Sunnyvalley Bacon, System 1 Ignition, Ultra Light Brakes, Wilwood Disc Brakes, and Winters Performance Products. SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION Website: www.NARC410.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/kingofthewestsprints Facebook (history page): www.facebook.com/NARCsprintcars Twitter: https://twitter.com/NARC410 Instagram: www.instagram.com/narc410 YouTube: NARC410 Live Stream PPV: Floracing.com
- ROAD TRIP: FASTEST FOUR DAYS IN MOTORSPORTS ON TAP FOR NARC-KING OF THE WEST SPRINT CARS
(8/23/21) Sacramento, CA ... The NARC King of the West Fujitsu Sprint Car Series reaches the centerpiece of the 2021 schedule this week when the Fastest Four Days in Motorsports (FFDM) will take teams and fans on a four-day tour of Nor-Cal. This year marks the second edition of the FFDM. Tim Kaeding claimed the inaugural edition in 2019 by winning two of the four races, and COVID-19 regulations erased the 2020 FFDM from the calendar. (ED NOTE: The originally scheduled August 25th show at Placerville Speedway was canceled because the El Dorado County Fairgrounds were transformed into a staging are for firefighters and equipment battling the Caldor fire.) Racing kicks off Thursday August 26th at Merced Speedway for Thursday Night Thunder. The following night takes the series to Watsonville's Ocean Speedway for the third and final visit to the coastal bullring in 2021. Saturday the caravan will head to Stockton Dirt Track for the $6,000 to win Champion's Classic that also features a $3,000 to win 360 sprint car show. The FFDM wraps up Sunday with the third series appearance at Petaluma Speedway this year. The FFDM will be incentivized by a $8,000 point fund that will award $2,000 to the winner of the final standings and distribute the remainder among the drivers who finish 2nd-12th in points. Also, on top of the $6,000 to win race at Stockton, the other three events will all be $4,000 to win. Both the point fund and the heightened purses at Stockton will provide an opportunity for some drivers to have a very lucrative week! On Thursday in Merced NARC will be joined by Mini Stocks, Mini Late Models and IMCA Northern SportMods. Friday at Ocean IMCA Sport Mods, Hobby Stocks and South Bay Dwarf Cars will share the card. Stockton will feature the $3,000 to win 360 sprint car event and NorCal Dwarf Cars. Joining NARC on Sunday in Petaluma will be Super Stocks, Dwarf Cars and Hardtops. The entire four-day blitz of racing guarantees to offer plenty of excitement. Competitors will be vying for the extra money up for grabs alluded to above, and the situation atop the series standings may shake up. Dominic Scelzi currently holds a slim six-point lead over reigning champ DJ Netto, and just 15-markers behind Netto is 2015 titlist Bud Kaeding. For more information regarding drivers to watch and stories to follow this week, check out our FFDM Storylines and Stats here: https://narc410.com/2021/08/15/fastest-five-days-in-motorsports-story-lines-stats/ The NARC King of the West Hoosier Tire Format for the FFDM will feature ARP Bolts Fast Time Qualifying, 10-lap Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat Races (Stockton heat races will be 8 laps), a six-lap Sunnyvalley Bacon Trophy Dash and the 30-lap Fujitsu General USA Main Event. At Merced the grandstands will open at 5:00 P.M. with racing set to begin at 7:00 P.M. Merced Speedway is located at 900 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Merced, CA 95341. For more information call 209-600-8382 or visit https://mercedspeedway.net. On Friday night at Ocean Speedway Adult General Admission tickets will cost $25. Juniors ages 11-16 will be admitted for $20. Kids 6-10 can get in for just $10. Children 5 and under are free! Tickets can be purchased in advance at: https://www.eventsprout.com/event/final-points-night-friday-night-frenzy. Ocean Speedway is located on the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds at 2601 E Lake Ave Watsonville, CA 95076. For more information call (831) 688-7223 or visit https://oceanspeedway.com. The Stockton Dirt Track pit gate is set to open at 3:00 P.M. on Saturday with the main gate set to follow at 5:00 P.M. Racing will get going around 7:00 P.M. Pit Passes are $40. Adult General Admission is $25. Kids ages 5-12, seniors 65 and older and military personnel with a valid ID will be admitted for $20. Kids 4 and under are free! Tickets can be purchased in advance at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/king-of-the-west-narc-fujistu-sprint-car-series-and-norcal-dwarf-cars-tickets-162479457431?aff=website. The Stockton Dirt Track is located on the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds at 1658 S Airport Way Stockton, CA 95206. For more information call 209-466-9999 or visit https://stocktondirttrack.com. On Sunday in Petaluma the pit gate will open at 2:00 P.M. with the front gate opening at 4:00 P.M. Hot laps will kickoff at 5:00 P.M. with racing to follow at 6:00 P.M. The Fastest Four Days in Motorsports can be viewed live on floracing.com along with the entire NARC King of the West Fujitsu Sprint Car schedule. NARC King of the West Fujitsu 410 Sprint Car Series Championship Points Standings (After nine events in 21-race series 8/24/2021) Dominic Scelzi, Fresno - 1001 DJ Netto, Hanford - 995 Bud Kaeding, Campbell - 980 Tim Kaeding, San Jose - 967 Sean Becker, Roseville - 960 Billy Aton, Benicia (R) - 953 Sean Watts, Clovis - 927 Justin Sanders, Aromas - 730 Geoffrey Strole, Hanford (R) - 685 Shane Golobic, Elk Grove - 673 Mitchell Faccinto, Hanford - 632 Mitchel Moles, Raisin City - 607 Kenny Allen, Chico - 583 Willie Croft, Colfax - 530 Ryan Robinson, Foresthill (R) - 524 Austin McCarl, Altoona, IA - 524 Joel Myers Jr, Sebastopol (R) - 518 Mark Barroso, Merced - 491 Kyle Offill, Tracy (R) - 481 Kyle Hirst, Paradise - 427 The King of the West-NARC Fujitsu General USA Racing Series is also sponsored by Hoosier Racing Tires. Associate and product award sponsors include Automotive Racing Products (ARP), Autometer, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Bullet Impressions, FloRacing.com, Johnstone Supply, Kaeding Performance Center, KSE Racing Products, Maxim, PAC Racing Springs, Pyrotect, Racing Optics, Saldana Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, SCI Racing Products, Swift Metal Finishing, Sunnyvalley Bacon, System 1 Ignition, Ultra Light Brakes, Wilwood Disc Brakes, and Winters Performance Products. SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION Website: www.NARC410.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/kingofthewestsprints Facebook (history page): www.facebook.com/NARCsprintcars Twitter: https://twitter.com/NARC410 Instagram: www.instagram.com/narc410 YouTube: NARC410 Live Stream PPV: Floracing.com Upcoming Events Fastest Four Days in Motorsports: August 26 - Merced Speedway - Thursday Night Thunder August 27 - Ocean Speedway - Friday Night Showdown August 28 - The Stockton Dirt Track - Champions Classic August 29 - Petaluma Speedway - Sunday Night Finale September 4-5 - Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico - Louie Vermeil Classic
- Tyler Wolf Memorial returns to Chico’s Silver Dollar Speedway
Big-time dirt track racing returns to the Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico tonight (Friday) with the eighth rendition of the Tyler Wolf Memorial. This will be the first auto race ...
- Auto Racing Returns with the Tyler Wolf Memorial Set for Aug 20th
Cue the lights, the sounds, the smells, and the dirt slinging heroes at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds. Big time dirt track racing returns to the Silver Dollar Speedway Friday night, August 20th, with the 8th rendition of the Tyler Wolf Memorial.
- Gold Cup Greatest Show in California
Silver Dollar Speedway and the Gold Cup Race or Champions have both sustained more than 65 years of operations and will celebrate the 67th renewal of this short track racing classic with a nostalgic step back in time.
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Silver Dollar Speedway Nearby Dirt Tracks
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- Orland Raceway Race Track19 miles away - Orland, California, USA
- Marysville Raceway Race Track42 miles away - Marysville, California, USA
- American Valley Speedway Race Track49 miles away - Quincy, California, USA
- Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway Race Track69 miles away - Auburn, California, USA
- Lakeport Indoor Race Track75 miles away - Lakeport, California, USA
- Diamond Mountain Speedway Race Track78 miles away - Susanville, California, USA
- Sacramento Mile Race Track80 miles away - Sacramento, California, USA
- Placerville Speedway Race Track86 miles away - Placerville, California, USA
- Calistoga Speedway Race Track88 miles away - Calistoga, California, USA
- Mountain Valley Raceway Race Track92 miles away - Hayfork, California, USA
- Dixon Speedway Race Track98 miles away - Dixon, California, USA
- Big Time Speedway Race Track100 miles away - Santa Rosa, California, USA
Distance information is direct (as the crow flies) - driving distance will differ due to road routes and things like lakes or mountains.
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Silver Dollar Speedway Dirt Track Racing Organizations
- KWS - King of the West Sprints by NARC Dirt Track Racing Organization
- NFM - Northwest Focus Midgets Dirt Track Racing Organization
- SCCT - Sprint Car Challenge Tour Dirt Track Racing Organization
- USAC - United States Auto Club Dirt Track Racing Organization
- WoO - World of Outlaws Dirt Track Racing Organization