June 14th Practice Info and Form

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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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2021 Delaware Speedway Schedule

Delaware Speedway management is thrilled to announce an updated and exciting schedule for the 2021 race season. With touring series and top weekly talent filling a jam-packed summer of racing, Delaware Speedway racing will return for the first time in 643 days when the green flag waves on the United Racing Series season opener on July 2nd.Track management is keeping an eye on government restrictions and will keep race fans up to date on when they will be allowed to take in the action live.Monday night weekly practice will begin on Monday, June 14th. Cars will be allowed to practice from 4:00pm – dark with a maximum of two cars on the track at a time. Teams must pre-register to attend. The cost will remain at $50 per car for the evening with a maximum of five people allowed per car.A Saturday practice will take place on Saturday, June 19th at 12:00pm and will operate in a similar fashion to what teams remember from years past at pre-season practice sessions. The full safety crew, tow trucks, etc will be on hand for the practice day.

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2021 Late Model Rules

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

ENGINES:602 crate engines will run a 1 inch spacer, a 650 carburetor and have no restrictor“Red Seal” 604 Engine: Allstar 1/2 inch restrictor plate with 1.150 inserts“Blue Seal” 604 Engine: Allstar 1/2 inch restrictor plate with 1.100 insertsFord 347 Crate Engine: Allstar 1 inch restrictor plate with 0.950 insertsNOTE: “Red Seal” Engine is an unaltered Gm 604 Engine sealed with APC Series Red Seals. Blue Seal Engine is a Gm 604 retaining factory specifications & sealed with APC Series “Blue Seals”Scanner: one way radio MANDATORY on either the driver or spotter, available at McColl RacingShocks: Delaware Late Models may use a different shock. Email tech@delawarespeedway.comfor approvalTIRES: American Racer 10 inch slick, Tire inventory allotment of 1 additional tire per event attended.Transmissions: Delaware Late Models may also use a stock O.E.M. three speed or four speed.WEIGHTS: All weights will be measured with the driver sitting in the driver’s seat with their hands on the steering wheel, helmet on drivers lap and driver sitting fully upright. Minimum car weight measurements will be taken following the race, no top up of fluids allowed. Events with 100 laps or more receive a 1% weight break!

Base weight – 2800 pounds, 58% Left, 52.5 Maximum RearStraight Rail Chassis – Add 15 pounds total weight

Engine Setback 1/2” to 4” – Add 15 pounds to total weightPerimeter Chassis weight – Deduct 30 pounds of total


For all Technical & Race related questions, please contact Darryl Timmermans

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New Ownership Group Formed for Delaware Speedway

LONDON, ON – Delaware Speedway has been a staple in Canadian motorsports and stock car racing since 1952, hosting some of the country’s top touring series and weekly racing talent for nearly 70 years. The half-mile paved oval is one of Canada’s oldest operating racetracks and is located just minutes to the west of London, Ontario.

A new ownership group, The Delaware Group, consisting of Walt Spivak, Jon Aarts (John Aarts Group/J-AAR) and the United Racing Series (Ivor Jones, John Jones, Steve Drake and Luke Ramsay) will oversee the famous track moving forward with Russ Urlin managing operations under the role of General Manager. Luke Ramsay will assume the position of President of Delaware Speedway with Darryl Timmermans in the role of Competition Director. The United Racing Series marketing and management team is set to promote the speedway.

The new ownership group has plans in place to significantly invest in the facility including racetrack surface upgrades that will begin at the conclusion of the 2021 race season and be complete for the start of the 2022 race season. Additional facility upgrades will take place throughout the season and into the 2022 race season.

The next chapter for the historic half-mile is set to be a major one with the ownership group planning major events and upgrades to the facility and operations. Weekly racing will return to the speedway in 2021 after the 2020 race season was cancelled due to the pandemic. Touring series, including the United Racing Series, will have events at Delaware Speedway in 2021 to race alongside the weekly series.

The 2021 season will officially begin on Friday, July 2nd with the United Racing Series season opener. The APC United Late Model Series and Qwick Wick Fire Starter Super Stock Series will open their province-wide tour at Delaware Speedway on the Friday of Canada Day weekend, July 2nd, with weekly racing commencing the following Friday night. Monday night practice and Saturday practice events will be held in June as teams gear up for the season.

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The Facility is Almost Ready for Competition

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