Tex Myers was one of the most influential members of the original dwarf car, now mod lite, racing ranks in Arkansas.
He was responsible for fielding multiple cars for himself and others he got interested in the sport. He was the 2020 Mod Lite track points champion and the most genuine person you'd ever meet.
The track awards the Tex Myers Sportsman of the Year award each year in his memory.
Hollis was the biggest dirt track fan you'd ever met. He was a fixture at the Diamond Park Speedway and racetracks across the ArkLaTex.
If he wasn't helping crew on a car you could find him atop the bleachers in his spot cheering on his favorites.
Hollis was loved by all and was a pleasure to have at the speedway.
Linda Kay Ellis has been a part of the Diamond Park Speedway since it opened in 1992.
Linda's son Brandon raced for many years, her grand daughter Amber, and her grandson Tyler, both currently race at the Diamond Park Speedway.
Linda was always willing to lend a helping hand and for years if you had a track burger, it came from her.
Robert or 'Caleb' as most knew him was the driver of the #94M Mod Lite at Diamond Park Speedway.
Caleb had an amazing 2021 season and made the 'big dance' at the IMCA Supernationals in Boone, IA.
His wife, Andrea, was forever by his side and was his crew chief and life partner in crime they will forever be missed.
Scott was an avid race car driver, mechanic, and an even bigger fan. Scott was instrumental in the racing careers of so many from karting, to dirt tracks, and even some drag strips along the way.
Scott was a die hard Ford man and we think he even bled blue. Scott was a supporter of the speedway and helped with a project that we will be utilizing in 2022.
Miki Godwin was the head scorer at Diamond Park Speedway and was the smiling face you saw at the draw in booth on race days.
Miki had a passion for dirt track racing like no other - especially Diamond Park Speedway. She will be missed by the entire Diamond Park family.
Rest in peace girl, we've got it from here.