The Western Idaho Racing Association was established on November 1, 1970 as a means to improve racing for Stock Car Divisions at Meridian Speedway. Over the years, W.I.R.A. has played many roles with the changes in automobile racing, promoters and the community to develop and evolve into what it has become today. The Western Idaho Racing Association now promotes the union of all of the thirteen racing divisions and strives for the betterment of racing within the community.
Currently, W.I.R.A. has the benefit for W.I.R.A members, besides the various discounts at several local businesses, drivers are eligible for sponsored contingencies and “The Pot of Gold” cash award program for the top W.I.R.A. member drivers in each division that qualifies and is distributed at the end of the race season.
W.I.R.A. member drivers must complete 75% or more of their races and have sponsor decals on their cars to qualify. The program is currently funded through membership fees, sponsors and various fundraising activities throughout the entire year.
Mail us at:
Western Idaho Racing Association
P.O. Box 1184
Meridian, Idaho 83680