Late Model Division Update


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.


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


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:

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