(5/3/19, Jim Allen) Sacramento, CA … In a three-tiered announcement today, the King of the West-NARC 410 sprint car series, Calistoga Speedway and the Stockton Dirt Track announced a schedule change today.

The Saturday, June 22nd show schedule at Calistoga Speedway has been moved to the Stockton Dirt Track due to ongoing negotiations at the Napa County Fairgrounds.

“The negotiations between the County and City were not consummated in time to run the King of the West event at Calistoga,” explained Tommy Hunt, HMC Promotions, Louie Vermeil Classic – Calistoga Speedway. “This is a very complex business transaction and all details must be attended to properly in order to finalize the contract.”

“We’re appreciative of (promoter) Tony Noceti in Stockton, who is able to accommodate the relocation of this show,” continued Hunt. “We apologize for any inconvenience to race fans and teams, but look forward to several high-profile racing events at Calistoga Speedway beginning in August.”

This includes the August 30th Hall of Fame Dinner and the August 31-September 1st Louie Vermeil Classic, which also features the King of the West-NARC Fujitsu Sprint Car Series. This event is locked and loaded with entry forms set to be circulated to competitors next week. In addition, a two-day World of Outlaw show is also scheduled to take place in September.

The Friday, June 21st Pombo-Sargent Classic King of the West-NARC event at Ocean Speedway will run as planned.

Additional information will be provided on NARC410.com when available. We thank you for your support.