Rogers tv to Broadcast Delaware Speedway

Delaware Speedway and Rogers tv have teamed up to bring some fast coverage this summer. Rogers tv will be producing in-depth, multi-camera broadcasts at Delaware Speedway events this summer in high definition. with coverage available for London and area race fans. Viewers will additionally have online viewing options available. Wherever racing fans are world-wide they will be able to experience the fast paced action of Delaware Speedway even if they can’t make it to the track.

More information will be available soon, be sure to stay tuned to and get the popcorn ready!

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New Delaware Speedway Logo

Delaware Speedway is getting a new look!Since 1952 Delaware Speedway has been an iconic landmark and a staple in the Canadian racing scene. The new logo is a modern twist on the current version that has been in place since 2000.With inspiration from various parts of the new ownership group and making a point to show off the track’s proud Canadian history, 2021 starts a new era for the legendary Delaware Speedway.

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NASCAR Pinty's Series Returns to Delaware

NASCAR Announces Revised Pinty’s Series Schedule for 2021DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – As a result of the ongoing pandemic, NASCAR has announced a revised 2021 Pinty’s Series schedule slated to start Sunday, Aug. 1 at Sunset Speedway. The season was originally set to open at Sunset on May 23. 

The updated schedule features eleven races at seven tracks, all taking place in August and September. The season finale has moved to Delaware Speedway, but will remain known the Pinty’s Fall Brawl.

The two-month delay allows progress to be made in the battle against covid-19. All events will be run in accordance with local, provincial and federal guidelines.

“We are thrilled to have a full championship season scheduled and look forward to crowning a Pinty’s Series champion following the Pinty’s Fall Brawl,” said Chad Seigler, NASCAR vice president, international business development. “We appreciate the hard work of government officials and industry partners, and the patience of our fans, as we planned the 2021 schedule. Our main goal is put on as safe an event as possible. We also look forward to returning to a more traditional schedule next year, including the long-awaited dirt race at Ohsweken Speedway.”

Races will air on TSN and RDS in Canada and MavTV in the United States. Start times and complete broadcast schedules will be released at a later date.

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June 14th Practice Info and Form

Click Here for 2021 Waiver

Download the 2021 Waiver Here

Drivers and teams, welcome back to Delaware Speedway!

NOTE new times for this Monday ONLY!

JUNE 14TH TEST & TUNE RULES MANDATORY- Email PDF waiver filled out neatly and returned by 9am day of test at latest, send to This waiver is good for the year.

– E-Transfer $50 for team entry by 9am Monday to Only people pre-registered for test & tune will be allowed on track property, no spectators- Maximum 5 people per team including driver, Ontario Law, no groups larger than 5 people- Pits open 3pm for entry, Practice starts 4pm, Pits cleared by 9 pm, Gates open every half hour- Late Models go by themselves, Super Stock & V8 together, then Bone Stocks- Two (2) cars maximum on track at one time, opposite ends, no side by side racing- Fire extinguisher must be in every pit area, no safety crew, no medics for test & tune- Hand sanitizer mandatory in every pit, you supply it and please use it- Face masks recommended to be worn if 6 foot physical distancing cannot be achieved- PLEASE respect physical distancing practices, future events will count on your commitment- One (1) person allowed to be inside the washroom at any time- No socializing, no groups larger than 5 people anywhere on Delaware Speedway property- Everyone must stay in their own pit area with their own signed waiver team- No garbage drums, if you bring trash take it home with you, water bottles, cans, rags, gloves- No trucks or trailers on pit road, leave all odd number spots empty, pit parking also leave one spot empty between trailers

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