Late Model Division Update

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Delaware Speedway is happy to announce Case ’N Drum Oil and McColl Racing Enterprises will again return as the series sponsors for the Late Model division for the 2018 & 2019 seasons.

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The APC United Late Model Series rule book will be used (click here to see) with the following amendments made:

1) 602 crate engines will run a 1 inch spacer, 650 carburetor and have no restrictor

2) 604 crate engines will run an Allstar 1/2 inch restrictor plate with a 1.100 inserts and a 650 carburetor, available at McColl Racing Enterprises

3) Ford engines will be allowed beginning in 2018 with a 1/2 inch restrictor plate with 1.000 inserts and a 650 carburetor – possible change once dyno testing is complete, however Fords will be competitive

4) American Racer 870 tires with a tire inventory allotment of 1 tire per event

5) Transmissions: APC transmission rules apply.  Delaware Late Models may also use a stock appearing O.E.M.  4 speed or 3 speed with all forward gears working as originally produced.  No straight cut gears.  Must retain brass synchronizer ring.

6) Track width: 78” inch maximum measured from outside to outside of wheel rim edge measured at spindle height

Weights:

All cars: 2800 Ibs.

Straight: +15 Ibs

Engine Set Back: +% Ibs

The series will have a 9 race points fund in 2018, continuing as a part of the weekly racing program at Delaware Speedway. Any questions, SUGGESTIONS or concerns can be directed to Russ Urlin at: russ@delawarespeedway.com

Registration for the series is open, with a registration form available on www.DelawareSpeedway.com under Race Info, or by clicking HERE. Drivers are encouraged to register before FEBRUARY 1st to save $50.