Magic Valley Set for Flat Out Speed Tour Opener

TWIN FALLS, Idaho—The fastest racers along the I-84 corridor join forces at Magic Valley Speedway this Saturday, May 4, for the series debut of the Speed Tour Regional Sprint Car Series.  Utah, Idaho, and Oregon’s best sprintcar drivers go wheel-to-wheel on the third-mile Magic Valley Speedway in Twin Falls, Idaho this Saturday night. 

A wide open, progressively-banked third-mile asphalt oval, Magic Valley Speedway presents Speed Tour competitors a chance to hang it all out in the season debut.  With plenty of room to dart through competition, the track just a mile from the Twin Falls Airport provides higher-speed thrills than any other in the region. 

The Speed Tour Regional Sprintcar Series looks to be wide open as winged sprintcar phenom Bryan Warf steps aside to pursue other racing interests.  Meridian, Idaho native Colton Nelson is eager to step into Warf’s dominant role, but the twenty-two-year-old in the number 28 Miller Lite machine faces fast company in the form of fellow Idahoans Cory Lockwood, Justin Segura, and Matt Elliott if he hopes to kick off the 2019 season with a win. 

That’s not to say an out-of-state driver couldn’t pull an upset, as a number of speedy Salt Lake City sprinters and ultra-fast Oregonians look to play spoiler to the homefield hopefuls.  There’s only one way to see how this battle plays out—pick up a ticket and pick out your seat at Magic Valley Speedway. 

General admission tickets to the Speed Tour Regional Sprintcar Series are just $15 for adults 13 and up, and $7 for kids 6-12.  Gates open at 5 p.m. with qualifying at 5:30 p.m. and racing at 6 p.m.  Stay tuned to to keep up with all the latest sprintcar news from around the region.  We’ll see you at Magic Valley Speedway this Saturday, May 4, for the Speed Tour Regional Sprintcar Series.   

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