A triple play of races are set for this Fri., Sept. 18, Sat. night, Sept. 19 and Sun., Sept. 20, at Firebird. It includes Friday’s Fairly Reliable Bob’s Club Series, the Peterson Chevrolet Midnight Drags on Saturday and Idaho’s first offering of Import Face Off (IFO) on Sunday.

Friday’s race will feature classes for: Bracket #1, #2, #3, #4 and #5 (with 27 different clubs). Gates will open at 12:30 pm, followed by eliminations at 6:30 pm. Racing will continue until around 10 pm.

Saturday night will play host to grudge racing from 8 pm until midnight for any muffled cars or trucks. Gates will open by 7 pm.

Sunday marks the first appearance of Import Face Off. The sport compact special event features an assortment of activities including drag racing, car show, stereo contest and much more. Gates open at 8 am.

We do require that you pre-purchase your race entries and credentials online prior to the event. Your barcode will then be scanned from your print out or your phone for expedited check in.

Club Challenge Series: ONLINE TICKETS

Midnight Drags: ONLINE TICKETS


Important information to read for every Firebird event in 2020

Participants and attendees will be asked to comply with the following protocols:

  • Racers and their crew will be required to park according to social distancing guidelines, which means a 6-foot minimum space will be required between all parking spaces.
  • The Firebird team, which includes our staff and officials, will be encouraged to wear face coverings (and gloves where necessary). Additionally, the Firebird team will make regular use of hand sanitizer, conveniently located throughout the facility.
  • Participants and crew members are encouraged to utilize face coverings when away from their pit area transport/trailer.
  • Tech inspection will be available for the race car driver and up to one crew member per entry. Racers and crew person will be required to wear face coverings during Tech inspection. We encourage filling out our ONLINE TECH CARD at your computer and printing to bring to the track.
  • The Race Control Tower will be limited to essential track staff only.
  • All of Firebird’s restrooms are equipped with hand sanitizer dispensers, soap, and hand pumice cleaner. Restrooms will be sanitized before, during and at the conclusion of the race day. Free-standing hand sanitizer dispensers are positioned in many key locations for convenient access by staff, racers and crew.
  • Firebird’s Food & Beverage stand will follow all guidelines in place for food service businesses. A limited menu of packaged food items, along with beverages will be available. Condiments will be provided in packets, rather than self-service stations. We recommend that food and beverage orders be taken back to pit area for consumption. The lower patio area picnic tables have been moved to storage until further notice.
  • The Sport Shop will be open and anyone entering the Sport Shop will be required to follow social distancing guidelines, and our staff will be sanitizing surfaces.
  • Social distancing protocols of a minimum of 6 feet will be strictly enforced in the staging lanes and on the starting line. Congregating in groups along the staging lane fence, on the starting line or in the pita area will not be permissible. Our track staff and Firebird Safety Team will closely monitor these areas in order to prevent unauthorized gatherings.

As we have mentioned in previously (and just as a reminder), the Firebird staff and management encourage everyone to be familiar with each and every policy outlined above. We will respectfully enforce such policies for the safety, health and well being of all of our guests, crew and track staff.