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Delta Speedway, Next Race Saturday & Sunday, September 3rd & 4th 2016

Stockton, Ca | Powered by C&P Promotions

Delta Speedway, Next Race Saturday & Sunday, September 3rd & 4th 2016

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 2016 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 12 Play Day
March 17 WoO Weekend – Thursday Race**
April 9 Opening Day (#1)
April 23 Race #2
April 30 Race #3
May 14 Race #4
May 21 Race #5
June 24th & 25th Race #6 & #7

July 6 Speedweek – Wednesday Race**
July 23 Race #8
August 6 Race #9
August 20 Race #10
September 3rd & 4th Race #11 & #12
September 17 Race #13
October 8 Race #14
October 28th & 29th Turkey Bowl XVI**

Results


Recent Race Winners

Race #10 | Saturday August 20th, 2016
Photo Credit: R.J. Jefferson

Emily Williams | Super 600 Winner

Jacob Tuttle | Restricted Winner

Mike Ludwig | Non Wing Winner

Dylan Bloomfield | Jr Sprint Winner



Contact Us

1658 S Airport Way Stockton, CA 95206
Delta Speedway

News Feed

RACE OF CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED FOR TURKEY BOWL XVI

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (August 25, 2016) – Delta Speedway Stockton's largest annual event, Turkey Bowl XVI, will gain extra flair in 2016. In honor of the 30th anniversary of the track's opening, the speedway has partnered with Joe W. Lewis Snap On Tools to present the inaugural Race of Champions. All track champions and Turkey Bowl champions from the "Turkey Bowl era" of 2000-2016 will be invited to compete on October 28th!

The Race of Champions will be a pair of 20 lap features at the conclusion of the Friday night portion of Turkey Bowl. Races will be held for Super 600 and Non-Wing. Any past champion of any division at Delta is eligible to race in either race, or both, if they are competing in that division's Turkey Bowl. Lineups will be set using points earned through the heat races and qualifiers already taking place Friday night. Each race will pay $500 to win with speedway officials looking for additional support for prizes for deeper in the field. Sponsorships for the Saturday Turkey Bowl features are also available.

Some notable names on the invitee list include Dan Mognaga, a three-time track champion and two-time Turkey Bowl champion. Alex Panella carries a similar resume to qualify for the RoC while three-time track champion Brandon Carey of Ripon currently leads both Non Wing and Super 600 points at Delta. Sprint Car drivers such as Dalton Hill (who led the Delta Non-Wing points early in the season), Tristan Guardino, Ryan Bernal, and Matt Peterson are also on the invitee list along with 2015 Turkey Bowl and California Speedweek champion Michael Faccinto who currently competes in USAC Midgets.

There will be no additional entry fee for the Joe W. Lewis Snap On Tools Race of Champions beyond the Turkey Bowl entry fees. Complete fields will be released as drivers confirm their participation in the upcoming fall classic.

The 2015 Turkey Bowl saw 131 cars competing with Saturday features paying $1000 to win. The Turkey Bowl format consists of heat races and qualifier races on Friday night followed by the pair of RoC races. Saturday will see the Super 600 pole shuffle, 16 lap B and C Mains, and the features. Action takes place for all four Delta Speedway points paying classes of Super 600, Non-Wing, Restricted, and Jr. Sprints. Michael Faccinto, Austin Stone, Caden Sarale, and Caeden Steele are the defending Turkey Bowl champions.

Delta Speedway continues a busy points season on September 3rd and 4th with the 1st annual Dual at Delta. The Labor Day weekend race will see complete points races each night, similarly to the inaugural Summer Sizzler which took place in June.

Thanks to McDonalds of San Joaquin County, Tuleburg, Interstate Truck Center, Morrill Industries, Van De Pol Petroleum, and Motion Media for your support of Delta Speedway!

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

An incomplete list of Delta and Turkey Bowl champions is available below. If you have any additional information, please contact us steven@norcalmedia.com


Turkey Bowl Champions

2015
Michael Faccinto Super 600
Austin Stone Non Wing
Caden Sarale Restricted
Caeden Steele Jr. Sprints

2014
Colby Copeland Super 600
Giovanni Scelzi Non Wing
Jake Andreotti Restricted
Garth Kasiner Jr. Sprints

2013
Dalton Hill Super 600
Tristan Guardino Non Wing
Blake Bower 3/4 Restricted
Caden Sarale 5/8 Restricted
Cidro Aldana Jr. Sprints

2012
Brad Hannum Super 600
Derek Overkamp 250
Shane Myhre Non Wing
Dustan Sponsler 3/4 Restricted
Cole Maibes 5/8 Restricted
Nikko Panella Jr. Sprints

2011
Kiwi Alexander Super 600
Kris Whitson 250
Shane Myhre Non Wing
Dustan Sponsler 3/4 Restricted
Alex Panella 5/8 Restricted
Caden Sarale Jr. Sprints

2010
Ryan Reeves Super 600
Dan Mognaga Non Wing
Derek Overcamp 250
Korey Combs 5/8 Restricted
Amanda Evans 3/4 Restricted
Alex Panella Jr. Sprints

2009
Ryan Rusconi Super 600
Justyne Hamblin Non Wing
Derrick Netto Restricted
Derek Overcamp 250
Alex Coronado Jr. Sprints

2008
Scott Mauldin 600 Multi
Kiwi Alexander Non Wing
Greg Gillespie 250
Trent Carter-3/4 Restricted
Griffith Jones-Jr. Sprints

2007
Ryan Bernal Super 600
Kiwi Alexander Non Wing
Sean Thompson 3/4 Restricted
Jackie Whitson 250
Atley Tafoya Jr. Sprints

2006
Jarrod Wilson Super 600
Doug Nunes Non Wing
Clinton Heck 250
Stephanie Morris 5/8 Restricted
Kayla Evans 3/4 Restricted
Amanda Evans Jr. Sprints

2005
Kiwi Alexander Super 600
Greg Gillespie 250
Dan Mognaga Non Wing

2004
Brandon Carey Stock 600

2003
Scott Coffman 600 Multi

2001
Scott Mauldin 250


Delta Speedway Track Champions

2015
Kaleb Montgomery Super 600
Kent Stephens Non Wing
Caden Sarale Restricted
Isabel Barnes Jr. Sprints

2014
Travis Labat Super 600
Ryan Timmons Non Wing
Joey Ancona 5/8 Restricted
Nikko Panella 3/4 Restricted
Cidro Aldana Jr. Sprints

2013
Dalton Hill Super 600
Alex Coronado Non Wing
Derek Overkamp 250
Cole Maibes 3/4 Restricted
Caden Sarale 5/8 Restricted
Nikko Panella Jr. Sprints

2012
Dan Mognaga Super 600
Shane Myhre Non Wing
Derek Overkamp 250
Alex Panella 3/4 Restricted
Cole Maibes 5/8 Restricted
Nikko Panella Jr. Sprints

2011
Jared Williams Super 600
Dan Mognaga Non Wing
Derek Overkamp 250
Travis Labat 3/4 Restricted
Alex Panella 5/8 Restricted
Ryan Delisle Jr. Sprints

2010
Matt Peterson Super 600
Dan Mognaga Non Wing
Derek Overkamp 250
Amanda Evans 3/4 Restricted
Ben Pelletaire 5/8 Restricted
Alex Panella Jr. Sprints

2009
Ryan Rusconi Super 600
Thomas Bruckenstein Non Wing
Greg Gillespie 250
Tristan Guardino 3/4 Restricted
Ben Pelletaire Jr. Sprints

2008
Ryan Rusconi Super 600
Max Adams Non Wing
Greg Gillespie 250
Cody Thompson 3/4 Restricted
Jordan Cook Jr. Sprints

2007
Brittany Evans 600 Multi
Greg Gillespie 250
Justyn Cox 3/4 Restricted
Rick Cook Non Wing
Atley Tafoya Jr Sprint

2006
Brandon Carey 600 Multi

2005
Brandon Carey 600 Multi
Derek Overcamp 250
Myles Bishop Stock 600
Brittany Evans 3/4
Connor Adams 5/8
Travis Lewellen Jr. Sprint
Ryan Wilson Beginner Box Stock

2004
Rick DeCosta 600 Multi
Brandon Carey Stock 600
Jackie Whitson 250
Brittany Evans 3/4 Restrictor
Nick Chivello 5/8 Restrictor
Justin Wilson Stock Appearing
Cody Wright Beginner Box Stock

2003
Rick DeCosta 600 Multi
Alfred Galedridge 250
Chase Barber Stock 600
Myles Bishop 3/4 Restricted
Kayla Evans 5/8 Restricted
Cody Hernandez Stock Appearing
Tyler McCleary Beginner Box Stock

2002
Kayla Evans 5/8 Restricted
Nick Foster, Jr. 250
Stephanie Morris Pure Stock

2001

2000
Travis McCullough Mini Stock
Pete Paulsen Sportsmen
David Johnson A-Box Stock
Trevor Day B-Box Stock
Greg McCullough Bomber
Mark Holeman 250 Modified
Shawn Laeber 600 Modified
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STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (August 20, 2016) - The eighth points race of 2016 at Delta Speedway saw Emily Williams and Jacob Tuttle lead each of their features for the full distance en route to their first wins at the venue in 2016, as part of a busy night of racing at the 1/7th mile dirt oval. Williams' win keeps her championship hopes alive in Super 600, while Tuttle was able to outlast all of the main contenders in Restricted.

Super 600 started off their feature with a four wide salute to the late Bryan Clauson, while the Restricted and Jr. Sprint drivers of Delta Speedway passed their helmets in the stands to raise over $400 for the USAC Benevolent Foundation. Non-Wing used a missing man formation for their pace laps as well.

Williams led the 30 lap Super 600 feature from the outside pole with fourth starting Shawn Laeber up to second in the early going. The field encountered lapped traffic early as the 19 starters jockeyed for position. The first caution of the race did not come out until lap 10 when John Bordenave spun in turn four. Former track champion Travis Labat had a hard crash head on into the turn four wall for a lap 15 red flag as well. Labat was uninjured in the incident.

On the restart, Williams held the lead while the battle ensued for second position. Laeber jumped the cushion and banged wheels with Alex Panella of Stockton, dropping Panella to fourth. West Sacramento's Jessica McManus hit the wall in her Super 600 debut in turn four for another stoppage on lap 18. A few laps later Blake Bower did a 720 in turn four but kept it under fire while the caution came out for Michael Laughton sideways in turn two.

Williams held off Laeber over the last eight laps for the victory ahead of Panella, incoming points leader Brandon Carey of Ripon, and Rocklin's Tucker Lacaze.

Tuttle's 25 lap Restricted win saw him avoid trouble with lapped traffic on several narrow misses. Things were intense from the start when 2015 champion Caden Sarale and Brody Petrie banged wheels from the front row and were both bounced out of the top-five. Tuttle took hold of the lead position and was in the midst of traffic by lap eight. He narrowly snuck through tangling lapped cars in turn two on lap nine, before a caution came out on lap ten.

The lap ten caution was initially for Ethan Lesser spinning but escalated to Dan Bava on his side for a red flag. More wild action at the halfway point of the race saw Tuttle avoid another close call before another caution on lap 20 for Lesser stopped on the backstretch.

Tuttle pulled off a very strong restart to motor away from Garth Kasiner for a strong .961 second victory over Colton Huelssman, CoCo Carver, and Sarale. Incoming points leader Nikko Panella ran sixth at the finish.

Mike Ludwig took advantage of a fellow competitor's bad luck, and used some late race heroics, to get his second Delta win of the year in Non Wing. 16 cars took the green flag for the 30 lap feature. Australian born Danny Carroll was disqualified from qualifying for being light on the scales but drove to a top-four in his heat race. A large eight car inversion gave him the pole for the feature which he held for much of the feature.

A wild crash stopped the action on lap eight with Mike Ibarra up in the air in turn three and 2015 champion Kent Stephens also stopped. Harlee Aguilera stopped in turn four for another caution on lap 10. Stephens stopped in turn four on lap 14 to end his evening after starting the night with a fast time in qualifying before suffering mechanical problems in the heat race.

The best battle on the track was points leader Brandon Carey challenging Ludwig for second place, but that became the battle for the lead when Carroll slowed from the lead on lap 22. Carroll's mechanical problem turned out to be a broken chain. The race stayed green and turned into a great battle.

The two briefly ran side-by-side before Ludwig pulled away by a straight away. A caution on lap 26 for Jacob Williams spun out in turn three set up a great battle for the finish. Carey took several looks inside with Lodi's Chris Hinkle entering the fray. Ludwig won by a nose ahead of Carey, Hinkle, Clinton Heck, and Brent Brooks.

Dylan Bloomfield won his second straight Jr. Sprints main event by only leading the final two laps after both early race leaders got tangled in lapped traffic.

Jackson Kohler of Sacramento led the race from the pole after a four car invert. Kohler paced a strong top four that had 2015 champion Isabel Barnes, Bloomfield, and Jeffrey Pahule, Jr. all in tow.

Unfortunately Kohler was bumped from the lead in lapped traffic on lap 12, allowing Barnes to take over. Bloomfield ran closely on Barnes' rear bumper with five laps to go. Barnes started to pull away and looked in position to win before she too was struck by bad lapped traffic luck. Bloomfield drove around the outside of Barnes in turn two to take the lead for the final two laps for the victory. Pahule drove through for second ahead of Barnes, Kohler, and Karter Velasquez.

Points racing continues at Delta Speedway Stockton on September 3rd & 4th for the inaugural Dual at Delta. Two complete points races to celebrate Labor Day weekend! Thanks to McDonalds of San Joaquin County, Tuleburg, Interstate Truck Center, Morrill Industries, Van De Pol Petroleum, and Motion Media for your support of Delta Speedway!

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

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