The Firebird Raceway in Boise, Idaho is not just any track. In its 36th year the Raceway keeps fans happy and with the wide range of events each year. The Raceway's schedule of events offers something for every race fan and includes; Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, Junior Dragster, Pro Snowmobile and Motorcycles, High School program, NHRA Meets, Import Survival and Club Challenges. The Raceway also holds several special events throughout the year such as the Boise Roadster Show, the Oldies but Goodies Drags and the Hot Truck Nationals.
A fan favorite is the annual NAPA Auto Parts Halloween Classic that gives fans five days of racing fun, trick-or-treating for kids, Air Firebird Wheelstanding Super Show and much more. Admission to most events starts at $11.00 for adults with discounts for children. Camping is available for certain events.
The State Line Speedway in Post Falls is another of Idaho's best tracks. The Speedway hosts an impressive schedule of events each year that keeps fans coming back for more. There scheduled events are; Hobby Cars, Street Stocks, Road Runners, Super Stocks, ICAR Series, Winged Sprints, Vintage Racers, INSSA Series, Legends, Modifieds and Foreign Stocks. They also host special events such as Bump to Pass, Fever 4's, Demolition Derbies, Night Fever and much more. Admission varies by event with adult tickets starting around $13.00.Free camping is allowed on the grounds but no hook-ups are provided. The Suntree RV Park is a five minute drive from the Speedway and offers economical rates.
Motorcycle and Kart racing fans are not forgotten. The Owyhee Motorcycle Club in Boise operates a race complex that is home to a 1/6 mile dirt oval track. The track is used by motorcycles, karts and motocross racing. The OMC offers short track racing year round with events including; Peewee racing, Motorcycle and Kart, Outlaw Cart, 4-Wheeler and Midgets cars. During inclement weather the races are moved indoors in Caldwell, Idaho. Admission to most events starts at $8.00 for adults.
Since 1995 Idaho Heat Racing has been providing teens in Idaho a safe and legal venue for drag racing competition. This drag racing format gives youth the opportunity to test their skills against law enforcement and fire department teams. It also allows positive, fun interaction between teens and officers and helps to build trust and healthy relationships.
Races take place at the Firebird Raceway under the supervision of the Idaho Heat Racing Club. Teens not only get hands-on supervision and instruction, but they can also earn scholarships and trophies. The Club will participate in six High School Nationals, the Club Challenge Series and other major events at the Firebird Raceway as well as participating in car shows, parades and events on high school campuses.