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Delaware Speedway rained out tonight

LONDON, ON - As a result of poor weather at the speedway and rain showers continuing into the evening, the race program Friday, June 1 has been rained out. The opening day for the chase for the championship will now take place of Friday, June 8 sponsored by Maple City Tire. The event follows up from last week's thrilling pre-season shootout action.

Friday, 01 June 2012 12:18 Published in Breaking News


Inside Track TV: Delaware Late Model racer Kirk Hooker

Former ALSTAR Late Model Tour champion Kirk Hooker speaks with Inside Track TV after his feature victory at Delaware Speedway on May 25th. The Chatham, Ontario veteran discusses Delaware's star-studded field, the difficulty of putting his Dirt Late Model program on hold and his plans for the 2012 season.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 16:39 Published in Multimedia


Steve Robblee set to return to racing at Delaware

Nine-time Delaware Speedway FT Garage Late Model Champion Steve Robblee (#28) of Dorchester is set to return to full-time Delaware Speedway competition this Friday after receiving a clean bill of health. After 27 years of competition, Robblee took a leave of absence from racing in the 2011 season after being diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. He was cleared to resume competition earlier this month and will run in the first event of the season this Friday.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012 16:03 Published in Breaking News


Waltrip, Bowyer and Pastrana to race at Delaware in July

Michael Waltrip, Clint Bowyer, and Travis Pastrana are the top-talent Nascar superstars who will be making the trip to Delaware Speedway this season for the APC Summer Showdown. The high-profile event will take place on Wednesday, July 18 at 8:00 pm.

Friday, 13 April 2012 16:12 Published in Breaking News


Track renovations underway at Delaware Speedway

Delaware Speedway's new owners are releasing details today of a renovation project to the historic speedway located just outside of London, Ontario, Canada. The plan will see the first major upgrade to turns at the track since the 1990's and the first reconfiguration of a turn since 1969 when the speedway was expanded to its current size. The upgrade is made possible by the Spivak-Demelo Ownership team and aims to radically improve the quality of racing at Canada's most historic speedway. Excavation has already begun for the project.

Thursday, 05 April 2012 09:25 Published in Breaking News


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