First round of the “West Coast Stock Car/Motorsports Hall of Fame Challenge” at Petaluma rescheduled for October 3rd



The roller coaster 2020 racing season brought another surprise on September 10th  as United States Auto Club (USAC) officials announced  that the canceled September 6th “West Coast Stock Car / Motorsports Hall of Fame Challenge Race” at Petaluma  Speedway with the USAC Western States and the Bay Cities Racing Association (BCRA) Midgets will be made up on Saturday, October 3rd.

The September 6th program was canceled after track promoter Rick Faeth received a direct request from Petaluma Mayor Teresa Barrett and City Manager Peggy Flynn. The management at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds promised a makeup date and offered Faeth the October 3rd date. .

The October 3rd event will be the first of two “West Coast Stock Car / Motorsports Hall of Fame Challenge” races with the second event scheduled for October 24th at Petaluma Speedway.

“The Challenge” offers extra prize money will be up for grabs to the top-five drivers in points from the October 3rd and 24th events at Petaluma. The mini-series will pay $1,000-to-win, $700-for-2nd, $500-for-3rd, $350-for-4th, and $250-for-5th. To be eligible, racers must be members in good standing with either USAC or BCRA. Points will be tallied using the USAC championship point schedule and ties will be broken by the October 24th qualifying times.

If the October 24th show is cancelled, the prize money will be halved and awarded by the October 3rd points. Ties are broken by qualifying results. A special thanks goes to the West Coast Stock Car/Motorsports Hall of Fame – for more information on the West Coast Stock Car/Motorsports Hall of Fame, visit