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Stockton, Ca | Powered by C&P Promotions

Thanks for a great season!, Awards Banquet Saturday, January 28 2017

Stockton, Ca | Powered by C&P Promotions

Thanks for a great season!, Awards Banquet Saturday, January 28 2017

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 2017 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 18 Play Day
March 23 WoO Weekend – Thursday Race**
April 8 Opening Day (#1)
April 15 Race #2
May 6 Race #3
May 20 Race #4
June 16th & 17th (Summer Sizzler) Race #5 & #6
June 28 Speedweek – Wednesday Race**

July 29 Race #7
August 5 Race #8
August 19 Race #9
September 2nd & 3rd (Dual @ Delta) Race #10 & #11
September 16 Race #12
September 30 Race #13
October 7 Race #14
October 20th & 21st Turkey Bowl XVII**

Dates are subject to change.

Results


Recent Race Winners

Turkey Bowl | November 4th & 5th, 2016
Photo Credit: R.J. Jefferson

Jake Hagopian | Super 600 Winner

Nikko Panella | Restricted Winner

Dan Mognaga | Non Wing Winner

Eli Bookout | Jr Sprint Winner

Race of Champions
Photo Credit: R.J. Jefferson

Shawn Conde | Super 600 Winner

Tristan Guardino | Non Wing Winner



Contact Us

1658 S Airport Way Stockton, CA 95206
Delta Speedway

News Feed

DELTA SPEEDWAY ANNOUNCES 31ST SEASON SCHEDULE
STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (December 5, 2016) – The 31st season of Delta Speedway Stockton, and fourth under the tutelage of C&P Promotions, will fire off Thursday March 23rd with a full season of Micro Sprints racing on tap. The 1/7th mile dirt oval located at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds is enjoying some of its best years with points racing for Super 600, Non-Wing, Restricted, and Jr. Sprints.

Ripon's Brandon Carey is fresh off a historic "double" championship, sweeping both Super 600 and Non Wing in 2016. Nikko Panella in Restricted and Dylan Bloomfield in Jr. Sprints were the champions for the divisions featuring the youngest drivers at the speedway.

The non-points event on March 23rd is the 3rd annual World of Outlaws weekend kickoff, followed by two nights of World of Outlaws racing on the adjacent Stockton Dirt Track. Quickly becoming the premier kick off race for Micro Sprints racing, the event attracts all-star sprint car talents to compete in Micros. Drivers such as Bryan Clauson, Willie Croft, Shane Stewart, and David Gravel have competed in previous editions.

Points racing begins on Saturday April 8th for the first of 14 races to determine the champion. The season continues through October 7th where all four championships will be decided. The 2nd annual Summer Sizzler will feature two complete points paying races on June 16th and 17th during the San Joaquin County Fair. The Dual at Delta returns as well during Labor Day weekend, with two complete shows September 2nd and 3rd.

The 3rd Annual California Speedweek is also on the agenda for Super 600, Non Wing, and Restricted. The highest paying Micro event in the western United States competes Tuesday June 27th at Dixon Speedway, Wednesday June 28th at Delta, Friday June 30th at Plaza Park Raceway in Visala, and Saturday July 1st at Lemoore Raceway. The events do not pay track points. Last year's highest earning driver was Oklahoman Chris Andrews who snared a remarkable $10,000 in winnings en route to the Non Wing championship. Gio Scelzi, Andrews, and Caden Sarale won the Delta Speedweek main events in 2016.

Continuing a theme of big time races is the largest track hosted race in California, Turkey Bowl XVII on October 20th-21st. Jake Hagopian, Dan Mognaga, Nikko Panella, and Eli Bookout are the defending race winners after a 2016 edition that sported a remarkable 133 cars.

Delta Speedway has a busy January on tap with Sanders Motorsports presenting the inaugural Delta Kart Nationals on January 7th. The Delta Speedway championship awards banquet is January 28th at the Stockton Hilton, with reservations due by January 16th. RSVP information is available at: deltaspeedwaystockton.com/dinner.

A Play Day will be held on March 18th open to all Micro Sprints before the season gets underway on the 23rd.

For information on sponsorship in 2017, contact Tiffanie Panella at (209) 969-4194.

For more information on Delta Speedway, follow them online at www.deltaspeedwaystockton.com or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

2017 Delta Speedway Schedule
March 18 Play Day
March 23 WoO Weekend Thursday**

April 8 Opening Day (#1)
April 15 Race #2

May 6 Race #3
May 20 Race #4

June 16 & 17 *Summer Sizzler* Race #5 & #6
June 28 *California Speedweek* Wednesday**

July 29 Race #7

August 5 Race #8
August 19 Race #9

September 2 & 3 *Dual at Delta* Race #10 & #11
September 16 Race #12
September 30 Race #13

October 7 Race #14
October 20 & 21 Turkey Bowl XVII**

Schedule subject to change
Note: One throw-away race
**Non-points races
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