We have been extra busy this off-season putting all the final pieces in place for the upcoming season. To put it mildly, it promises to be one of the best yet. The 2019 track schedules have mailed. Or you can pick up a schedule at any track sponsor location.

Starting in late-March and continuing through October, the schedule is loaded with wide array of events.

The 48th Annual Pepsi Nightfire Nationals is set for August 8-11. The Nightfire will be aligned with the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series. The Nightfire will feature AA/Funny Cars, AA/Fuel Dragsters, AA/Fuel Altereds and Pro Modified Doorslammers, along with the return of the famed Bracketeer Series.

Many recognizable and highly popular events and series occupy key dates on Firebird’s calendar. The Fairly Reliable Bob’s Club Challenge Series, Idaho Army Nat’l Guard High School & Alumni Championships and more start in the Spring and wrap up in September.

We will launch the new season with the Division 6 Lucas Oil Drag Race Series.  The 49th annual NAPA Auto Parts Ignitor presented by Peterson Chevrolet takes place May 3-5. The race will feature an open-qualified field of AA/Funny Cars. Other classes include: Top Sportsman, Top Dragster, Comp, Super Stock, Stock, Super Comp, Super Gas, Super Street, Sportsman Motorcycle/Sled, Super Pro, Pro, and Heavy.

The weekend of June 1-2 marks the annual stop for the Project Filter Oldies But Goodies Drags. AA/Supercharged coupes, Pro Comp, Old School Gasser and many more categories will be featured at the Oldies Drags.

The Little Caesars Pizza Great American Fox Hunt returns over the June 14-15 weekend. Presented by Bronco Motors, the Fox Hunt showcases Jets, Funny Cars and the Outlaw wheelstander. Unique to the Fox Hunt weekend, all ladies get in for free.

The NAPA Auto Parts Halloween Classic XXVI event will help to close out the major event calendar over the weekend of October 9-13.

But easily one of the most talked about events on the track schedule will be the Street Outlaws – No Prep Kings race. Set for July 12-13, the Discovery channel will be on hand televising the only NPK stop in the Pacific Northwest. Tickets will go on sale online in early Spring.

Click the hyperlink (below) and you can view the entire, simplified version of the 2019 Season.

2019 Track Schedule