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Stockton, Ca | Powered by C&P Promotions

Delta Speedway Stockton, Next Race on Saturday, May 6th 2017

Stockton, Ca | Powered by C&P Promotions

Delta Speedway Stockton, Next Race on Saturday, May 6th 2017

About The Track

Delta Speedway is an affordable place to take the family for an evening of exciting wheel to wheel action! Be sure to join your friends on Saturday nights from April to October for great food at the Speed Shack Café, fast cars and fun!

Delta Speedway is a 1/7 mile dirt oval race track at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in Stockton, California. We race micro sprints in the Junior Sprint, Restricted, Non-Wing and Super 600 classes.


Race Day Schedule

Gates Open

1:00 PM

Driver's Meeting

4:30 PM

Qualifying

6:00 PM

Racing

7:00 PM

Race Day Prices

Pit Pass
$20
General Admission
$10
Seniors & Children 6-12
$5
Children 5 and Under
Free

Race Classes


About the Junior Sprint Class

The Junior Sprints are the entry level class to micro sprint racing.  Drivers in this class range from 5 to 12 years of age.  The cars weigh 400 lbs including the driver and use a Briggs and Stratton World Formula engine.  Junior Sprints are a great way to start a career in dirt track racing.

Junior Sprint PointsToggle between different class points by choosing one of the classes above.


About the 600cc Restricted Class

The Restricted class is the first step for a 10 to 16 year old to move into the 600cc micro sprint cars.  These cars weigh 740 lbs including the driver, and are virtually the same as their Super 600 counterparts, except for the restricted intake system.  

600cc Restricted PointsToggle between different class points by choosing one of the classes above.


About the Super 600 Class

The Super 600 class is the elite of the micro sprint sport nationwide.  These cars use the same 600cc engine as all micro sprints, and weigh 780 lbs, with the driver.  Many successful sprint car and midget drivers have come through the Super 600 ranks in their careers.

Super 600 PointsToggle between different class points by choosing one of the classes above.


About the 600 Non Wing Class

The Non Wing class is a Super 600 without wings. Many drivers choose to run both classes because of the challenges the non wing car poses on the race track.  These cars weigh 750 lbs with the driver and many times have some of the best racing at Delta Speedway.  

600 Non Wing PointsToggle between different class points by choosing one of the classes above.


Want to Come Race with Us?

Check out the general rules and fill out the driver’s information form.

Payout for 2017 Races

Payout amount is dependent on the number of drivers.

First Place

$70

Second Place

$50

First Place

$125

Second Place

$75

Third Place

$50

First Place

$150

Second Place

$115

Third Place

$85

Fourth Place

$60

First Place

$210

Second Place

$150

Third Place

$100

Fourth Place

$80

Fifth Place

$60

First Place

$275

Second Place

$185

Third Place

$150

Fourth Place

$125

Fifth Place

$100

Sixth Place

$75

First Place

$340

Second Place

$220

Third Place

$200

Fourth Place

$165

Fifth Place

$140

Sixth Place

$115

Seventh Place

$80

First Place

$405

Second Place

$255

Third Place

$235

Fourth Place

$195

Fifth Place

$170

Sixth Place

$145

Seventh Place

$110

Eigth Place

$85

First Place

$500

Second Place

$300

Third Place

$235

Fourth Place

$195

Fifth Place

$170

Sixth Place

$145

Seventh Place

$110

Eigth Place

$85

March 18 Play Day
March 23 WoO Weekend – Thursday Race**
April 8 Opening Day (#1) CANCELED
April 15 Race #2
May 6 Race #3
May 20 Race #4
June 16th & 17th (Summer Sizzler) Race #5 & #6
June 28 Speedweek – Wednesday Race**

July 29 Race #7
August 5 Race #8
August 19 Race #9
September 2nd & 3rd (Dual @ Delta) Race #10 & #11
September 16 Race #12
September 30 Race #13
October 7 Race #14
October 20th & 21st Turkey Bowl XVII**

Dates are subject to change.

Results


Recent Race Winners

WoO Weekend
Photo Credit: R.J. Jefferson

Mason Daniel | Super 600 Winner

Bryson Bettencourt | Restricted Winner

Tristan Guardino | Non Wing Winner

Isabel Barnes | Jr Sprint Winner



Contact Us

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1658 S Airport Way Stockton, CA 95206
Delta Speedway

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Here are the King of California points as of 4/25/17. These are combined points from the March 25th race at T-Zone Promotions Lemoore Raceway and the April 15th race at Delta Speedway. Points are listed by class and include every driver who has attended at least one event. Going forward, drivers must be a member at one of the two tracks to continue to earn points in the King of California series. See you at the track! ... See MoreSee Less

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DANIEL EARNS FIRST CAREER DELTA WIN IN POINTS SEASON OPENER

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (April 15, 2017) - Mason Daniel scored his first career Delta Speedway victory on a big night, taking the Super 600 feature during the first points race of 2017 and the second round of the prestigious King of California on Saturday night. Daniel joined Restricted winner Bryson Bettencourt as first time Delta winners while Isabel Barnes earned her third straight Junior Sprints win and Tristan Guardino won the Non-Wing feature.

111 cars packed the pits for the event on the 1/7th mile dirt oval on the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds. The King of California series is an eight race competition across Lemoore Raceway and Delta Speedway held on regular points racing events for the Micro Sprint facilities.

Keith Day, Jr. took the lead early in the Super 600 30 lap feature from the outside front row ahead of Timothy Vaught. Vaught soon after fell outside the top-five in the early stages. The first stoppage of the race came on lap four when March 23rd special event winner Alex Panella was rolled on his side in turn one.

After another brief caution, business picked up at the front as Cody Christensen challenged Day for the lead. Mason Daniel moved past Raio Salmon for third as well. Day jumped up high in lapped traffic while trying to fend off Daniel and Christensen and hit the wall in turn one, collecting Tucker Worth with hard contact.

Daniel took over the lead while King of California round number one winner Jake Hagopian dueled with Christensen before another yellow on lap 21. Daniel paced the lead pack in a fast paced closing laps to take the win ahead of Hagopian, Christensen, fast-time qualifier Jake Andreotti, and Vaught.

In the Non Wing competition, 41 teams appeared on the grounds for the night's battle. It was USAC Western Midgets champion Ronnie Gardner starting on the pole for the 20 car, 30 lap feature. Gardner was quickly overtaken by 2016 Race of Champions winner Tristan Guardino. The top two broke away from the strong field with Chris Hinkle anchoring the remaining pack.

Gardner reeled in Guardino in lapped traffic and showed some strong driving ability in a Micro Sprint. Gardner kept the pressure on until lap 15 when he spun in turn four.

After a caution for Clinton Heck having trouble in turn three, the field singled out for the most part except for a very aggressive battle for 11th between Dalton Hill and 2016 champion Brandon Carey.

Guardino took the win comfortably while things tightened up for second in traffic suddenly at the finish. Mason Daniel snookered Chris Hinkle for second place at the line. Ben Worth and 2015 champion Kent Stephens rounded out the top-five.

Bryson Bettencourt started from the pole in the Restricted feature and led all 25 laps en route to the big King of California win. Lapped traffic came into play rather early by the fifth lap of the contest before the first caution of the race.

Oregon's AJ Harbaugh engaged in a very exciting three-wide battle with 2016 track champion Nikko Panella and Garth Kasiner. Eventually the battle boiled over on lap 12 when Harbaugh spun, hitting fellow Oregonian Theron Smith slightly before collecting Corey Day to end his evening in turn four.

Harbaugh drove away from the incident and engaged in a nice battle with Smith for fourth before his engine failed on lap 21. Kasiner made a bold effort to steal the lead on the restart the fell just short and Bettencourt cruised to victory ahead of Kasiner, Panella, Katey Syra, and Smith.

After several multi car skirmishes and spins for the 17 car field, it was Kinser Ferguson leading the Jr. Sprints main event with 2015 track champion Isabel Barnes in pursuit. Barnes, the winner of the season opener for the King of California at Lemoore, continued to pursue Ferguson with Wyatt Bookout also in contention from third.

Isabel used a lap three restart to get the lead right at the conclusion of lap four. Drew Mowry drove from the eighth starting position to second by lap seven. Barnes misjudged a lapped car in turn two and that allowed Mowry to swoop past in a turn two move to lead lap 12.

Selena Little tagged the front stretch wall and under that red race leader Mowry retired to the infield as well. Barnes reassumed the lead and held off Wyatt Bookout and Lucas Mynderup for the victory. March 23rd runner up Caleb Debem and Karter Velasquez made up the balance of the top-five.

Points racing for the 2017 season continues at Delta Speedway on May 6th and May 20th. The next round of the King of California is May 13th at Lemoore Raceway.

For more information on Delta Speedway, follow us online at www.deltaspeedwaystockton.com or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Many thanks to Golden State McDonald's, Tuleburg, Interstate Truck Center, Hoosier Tire West, Morrill Industries, Inc., Van De Pol Enterprises, Inc., Von Euw Trucking, Fremont Plaza Ace Hardware, Country Club Ace Hardware, Bruno's Peppers, @Price Rite Restaurant Equipment, Genova Bakery, and Motion Media Wraps for their loyal support of Delta Speedway!
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We are ready for race day! Blue skies, a slight breeze, Royce Farms on the BBQ, and opening day and King of California race one at Delta Speedway on tap! Pit gates open at 1:00, spectator gates open at 5:00. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12, seniors 55+ and military, with kids 5 and under free! Pit passes are just $20. The drivers' meeting will be at 4:30 with hot laps, qualifying, and racing to follow. ... See MoreSee Less

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