picture of 2020 Dirt Late Model Stream | Eldora Speedway

Completed, Jun 4 - 6, 2020
 

Watch live June 4-6 as Eldora Speedway's 2020 season opens with the $50,000-to-win Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational, an event with a purse of more than $200,000 for 48 of the best dirt racers in the country. Thursday and Friday 30-lappers paying $10,000 open the event with the 67-lapper paying $50,000 to Saturday's winner.  The spectator-free event goes LIVE on FloRacing nightly at 6:30 EDT.

  1. Bloomquist Endures Worst Big E Trip At Stream

    Bloomquist Endures Worst Big E Trip At Stream

    Jun 9, 2020

    An empty grandstand for an event at Eldora Speedway wasn’t the only decidedly strange aspect of the Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational.

  2. Davenport Can't Salvage Stream Weekend

    Davenport Can't Salvage Stream Weekend

    Jun 8, 2020

    Jonathan Davenport's preliminary nights at Eldora Speedway's Stream Invitational couldn't have gone much worse with a laundry list of troubling issues and finishes of 18th and 24th.

  3. Anatomy Of A Stream: How T-Mac Won $50,000

    Anatomy Of A Stream: How T-Mac Won $50,000

    Jun 7, 2020

    Tim McCreadie found himself in an advantageous position as Saturday night’s 67-lap Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational drew to its conclusion.

  4. Hexed Madden's Pole Washed Away In Eldora Stream

    Hexed Madden's Pole Washed Away In Eldora Stream

    Jun 7, 2020

    Chris Madden was primed and ready to break his big-show hex at Eldora Speedway. He even had an inkling that a pre-heat mechanical scare before Saturday night’s Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational finale might have served as a fortune-changing omen for him.

  5. Saturday's Heat Lineups At Eldora Stream

    Saturday's Heat Lineups At Eldora Stream

    Jun 6, 2020

    Eldora Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational Saturday heat lineups and preliminary points standings.

  6. No Bites For J.D. During Stream Weekend

    No Bites For J.D. During Stream Weekend

    Jun 6, 2020

    Normally a big-race weekend at Eldora Speedway means success for Jonathan Davenport. But that hasn’t been the case through the first two nights of the Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational.

  7. Topsy-Turvy Prelims For Page At Eldora

    Topsy-Turvy Prelims For Page At Eldora

    Jun 6, 2020

    Michael Page’s Thursday effort at Eldora Speedway’s Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational was forgettable, at best.

  8. Overton Tops Owens For Eldora Stream Prelim Win

    Overton Tops Owens For Eldora Stream Prelim Win

    Jun 6, 2020

    No one on the Wells & Sons Motorsports team was more disappointed than the driver himself following a disheartening 23rd-place finish in Thursday’s preliminary feature at Eldora Speedway. So the driver — Brandon Overton of Evans, Ga. — did something about it. A day after he was forced to pit when a damaged radiator caused the engine in his Longhorn Chassis to overheat with just to two laps remaining while running in the third position, Overton gained a measure of redemption.

  9. 'Fairy Tale' Victory For 11th-Hour Stream Entrant

    'Fairy Tale' Victory For 11th-Hour Stream Entrant

    Jun 5, 2020

    When Kyle Strickler awoke at his home in Mooresville, N.C., on Monday, he had no plans to spend his upcoming weekend at Eldora Speedway — which, of course, makes the fact that he found himself standing on the famous track’s winner’s stage on Thursday night a truly remarkable turn of events.

  10. Alternate Invitee Rules Opener At Big E's Stream

    Alternate Invitee Rules Opener At Big E's Stream

    Jun 5, 2020

    Talk about crashing the party. When the original roster of 48 invitees for the Dirt Late Model Stream was released, Kyle Strickler’s name wasn’t even on the list. But when four drivers opted not to participate in the unique $50,000-to-win weekend at the Tony Stewart-owned half-mile, Strickler, of Mooresville, N.C., was among the four alternates.