(July 1, 2020) – Race tracks across California are set to celebrate our nation’s Independence with a huge slate of 4th of July action ON THE RADAR!

Friday July 3:
Antioch Speedway kicks off their two-day George Steitz Memorial Big Kahuna races with IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sport Mods. Saturday’s features include $1500 to win for the Modifieds. Stream: Speed Shift TV via FloRacing

Diamond Mountain Speedway in Susanville also has two days of IMCA action on the agenda, with Saturday’s IMCA Modified feature also paying $1500 to win. Steam: Unknown

Siskiyou Golden Speedway in Yreka hosts a two-day spectacular with $1500 to win for Modifieds on Friday night. Stream: Dirt 360 TV

Saturday July 4:
Cycleland Speedway Outlaw Kart racing continues a busy summer. Stream: Fast Four Media

Irwindale Speedway hosts the ENEOS 125 for the ARCA Menards Series with 15 year-old Jesse Love leading the points. Johnny Borneman and Brittney Zamora return to the series. Stream: TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold

Madera Speedway honors Reverend Ron Spencer with Madera Late Model competition during the Red, White, and Blue Classic. Stream: Unknown

Placerville Speedway will honor America with its regular weekly racing divisions including 360 Sprint Cars. Stream: Speed Shift TV via FloRacing

Siskiyou Golden Speedway brings in the Late Models to wrap up a busy weekend in Yreka with $2000 to win on the line. Stream: Dirt 360 TV

Stockton 99 Speedway hosts its delayed JM Environmental Shoot to Thrill 127 for the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour with 21 entries expected. The race also serves as the Ron Strmiska, Sr. Memorial with Stockton Late Models. Stream: SpearsRacing.TV

Sunday July 5:
Petaluma Speedway for the second consecutive weekend will have Wingless Sprint Car racing on a Sunday evening. Stream: Speed Shift TV via FloRacing

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