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Delta Speedway, Next Race Saturday, August 6th 2016

Stockton, Ca | Powered by C&P Promotions

Delta Speedway, Next Race Saturday, August 6th 2016

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 2016 Races

Payout amount is dependent on the number of drivers.

First Place

$70

Second Place

$50

First Place

$125

Second Place

$70

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

March 12 Play Day
March 17 WoO Weekend – Thursday Race**
April 9 Opening Day (#1)
April 23 Race #2
April 30 Race #3
May 14 Race #4
May 21 Race #5
June 24th & 25th Race #6 & #7

July 6 Speedweek – Wednesday Race**
July 23 Race #8
August 6 Race #9
August 20 Race #10
September 3rd & 4th Race #11 & #12
September 17 Race #13
October 8 Race #14
October 28th & 29th Turkey Bowl XVI**

Results


Recent Race Winners

Race #8 | Saturday July 23rd, 2016
Photo Credit: Manuel Avina, Digital Cloud Photography

Brandon Carey | Super 600 Winner

Ryan Williams | Restricted Winner

Kent Stephens | Non Wing Winner

Jeffrey Pahule Jr. | Jr Sprint Winner



Contact Us

1658 S Airport Way Stockton, CA 95206
Delta Speedway

News Feed

Ripon's Brandon Carey laid down the law on Law Enforcement Tribute Night at Delta Speedway, dominating for the Super 600 victory along with taking a second place finish in Non Wing on a hot evening in Stockton. Unofficially nearly $1500 was raised towards Stockton PD's efforts between a 50-50 raffle and a pass the helmet effort from the drivers.

The Super 600 main event began with a four wide salute with a variety of Law Enforcement officers, first responders, and veterans in the infield to accept the salute. After a guest green flag was waived, a big pileup in turn one gathered up eight cars. The melee included both front row starters of Mike Barnes and Castro Valley's Emily Williams. It also ended the evenings for John Modderman and Adam Driver.

Brandon Carey assumed new pole for the restart and took off with the lead. He led a trio of Pace Chassis at the front with two-time Delta champion Matt Peterson and fast time qualifier Alex Panella in tow.

Panella slowed in heavy traffic on the 18th lap and was passed by both Shawn Laeber and Vincent Dugagn. Todd Job exploded in a spectacular engine failure on lap 22 with a brief fire but was uninjured.

Carey and Peterson pulled away on the restart while Williams and Panella battled with Williams getting fifth from Panella. Panella tipped over in turn one a lap later on lap 24 and was unable to continue.

Carey drove away for a 1.1 second lead in the 30 lap race with Peterson, Laeber, Duggan, and Williams the top-five. Scott Mauldin made his 2016 debut with a sixth place finish. Panella and Carey find themselves in dead heat for the championship going into the next points race on August 6th..

Non-Wing was also led all the way as 2015 champion Kent Stephens scored his second win of the year. A missing man formation began the race. Stephens is not a driver particularly known for winning features but instead a model of consistency. Most impressive was Stephens competing without power steering for a majority of the contest.

The feature was briefly red flagged to remove Alan Taylor's disabled car on the fifth lap. Brandon Carey paced Stephens' teammate Clinton Heck and early season race winner Dan Mognaga in a close battle for second throughout the race. Jacob Williams had hard luck throughout the night, spinning from the lead of his heat race coming to the finish followed by dropping out of the feature on lap 19.

Stephens' victory was official .844 seconds at the line after a three lap shootout at the end ahead of Carey, Heck, Mognaga, and Chris Hinkle in a rare Non-Wing effort.

Incoming third in Delta points Ryan Williams of Castro Valley put himself into the Restricted championship discussion with the 25 lap win on Saturday. The field was paced by a Stockton PD SUV before getting underway. Lapped traffic was the name of the game early by lap 10 with CoCo Carver and Ethan Lesser challenging 2016 Speedweek champ Nikko Panella for second place.

The battle ended when Lesser flipped hard on lap 13 for a red flag. Lesser went up into the catchfence in turn three but remarkably the car was able to be rolled away into the infield.

Panella challenged Williams hard all the way to finish as the talented pair duked in and out of lapped traffic. The top-five were Williams, Panella, Carver, Jessica McManus, and Dan Bava with a career best fifth. Incoming points leader Caden Sarale only could muster a ninth place finish.

Jr. Sprints saw its 20 lap race come down the wire and Jeffrey Pahule, Jr. coming out on top. Pahule had to fend off a razor thin nose-to-tail battle with Dylan Bloomfield and Karter Velasquez all the way to the finish line. Otto Perreira crashed on the initial attempt at the start before things got going.

Pahule topped Bloomfield by a scant .209 seconds with Velasquez only a car length behind as well.

Points racing continues at Delta Speedway Stockton on August 6th. Thanks to McDonalds of San Joaquin County, Tuleburg, Interstate Truck Center, Morrill Industries, Van De Pol Petroleum, and Motion Media for your support of Delta Speedway!
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It's Law Enforcement Appreciation night at Delta Speedway! All law enforcement officials receive complimentary general admission courtesy of @mcd_sjc and free beverages (water, soda and beer) at the Speed Shack Cafe! We will have a 50/50 raffle and special ceremonies honoring law enforcement throughout the night! You don't want to miss it! Pit gates open at 1:00, spectator gates open at 4:00. Tickets for Law Enforcement Appreciation Night are just $10 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12, seniors 55+ and military, with kids 5 and under free! All Law Enforcement will be admitted free of charge. Pit passes are just $20 and parking is always free! 🏁 ... See MoreSee Less

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