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DIXON | DELTA | PLAZA PARK | LEMOORE | June 26-June 30

California Speedweek IV

About CA Speedweek

2017 Results:
Dixon Speedway June 27 – Results  | Recap

Delta Speedway June 28 – Results | Recap

Plaza Park Raceway June 30 – Results | Recap

Lemoore Raceway July 1 – Results | Recap

RACING FOR THE COVETED CARVED BEAR TROPHIES!

The 2018 California Speedweek is four nights of Micro Sprint action over five days!  Tuesday June 26 Dixon Speedway | Dixon, CA; Wednesday June 27th Delta Speedway | Stockton, CA; Friday June 29 Plaza Park Raceway | Visalia, CA; Saturday June 30 Lemoore Raceway | Lemoore, CA.

The $54,000 week of racing features 130 drivers with entries from Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Washington

2017 CA Speedweek Champions

Super 600 – #10J Ryan Reeves Visalia, CA
Non-Wing – #14 TJ Smith Fresno, CA
Restricted  – #21G Garth Kasiner Five Points, CA

Final 2017 Points (PDF File)

2016 CA Speedweek Champions

Super 600 – #41 Gio Scelzi Fresno, CA
Non-Wing – #8x Chris Andrews Sapulpa, OK
Restricted  – #73 Nikko Panella Stockton, CA

Final 2016 Points (PDF File)

2015 CA Speedweek Champions

Super 600 – #21g Michael Faccinto Hanford, CA
Non-Wing – #14 TJ Smith Fresno, CA
Restricted co-champions – #94 Greg Decaires IV Elk Grove, CA & #2 Brookyln Holland Fresno, CA

Final 2015 Points (PDF File)

Complete California Speedweek historical stats 2015-17 (PDF File)

Maximum Car Entry

Super 600 Class

50 Cars

Non-Wing Class

TBA

Restricted Class

TBA

Information on CA Speedweek

Check out the race purses and event rules.  Marketing information available by contacting steven@norcalmedia.com


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CALIFORNIA SPEEDWEEK RETURNS JUNE 26-JUNE 30

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (January 25, 2018) – California Speedweek IV has been set for June 26-30, 2018, competing at Dixon Speedway, Delta Speedway, Keller Auto Raceway at Plaza Park, and Lemoore Raceway. The fourth running of the prestigious speedweek is set to continue with Super 600, Non Wing, and Restricted Micro Sprints in action.

The lucrative event has quickly risen to be one of the most coveted to win in all of Micro racing, highlighted by strong cash purses and the coveted carved wooden California Bear trophies. Three drivers – Austin Stone, two-time Non Wing champion TJ Smith, and 2016 Non Wing champion Chris Andrews – have each eclipsed $10,000 in career earnings in the series.

The 2017 championships were claimed by Ryan Reeves in Super 600, TJ Smith in Non Wing, and Garth Kasiner in Restricted. Previous Super 600 champions have included dirt open wheel standouts Gio Scelzi and Michael Faccinto.

Action gets underway Tuesday night June 26 at Dixon Speedway in Dixon, CA before moving on to Delta Speedway in Stockton, CA on Wednesday. Thursday serves as the off day before action continues down south at Keller Auto Raceway in Visalia on Friday before concluding Saturday at Lemoore Raceway in Lemoore, CA

Pre-entry will open in early May and all entries are accepted via the series website. Marketing partnerships are available by contacting Steven Blakesley steven@norcalmedia.com or (916) 316-4854

California Speedweek information is available on CASpeedweek.com Facebook and Twitter
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2018 California Speedweek plans are being finalized soon and we are very excited about the number of competitors that are interested in competing. Stay Tuned! ... See MoreSee Less

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All of us at the California Speedweek are glad to see the recovery of young Texas driver Chase Randall. Chase competed with us this year and finished fifth in the Restricted points. He was seriously injured in a Non Wing crash over the weekend. We are all rooting for you Chase and Jon Randall ... See MoreSee Less

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ATTENTION RACERS:

RESTRICTED WING CHANGES FOR 2018

Please read the following rules changes that will go into effect for the 2018 season. We are posting them now so that you can begin to prepare:

Top wing: Cars must run a max 10 square-foot fixed wing. No mechanical, electrical or hydraulic adjustments are allowed in the cockpit area, for the wing or any other part of the car. Wing center section must be 48” wide x 30” deep. Left side board must be 24” x 48”. Right side board must be 18” x 48”. Side boards must be 90 degrees to the center section. Wings must be mounted parallel with cage. Top wings are mandatory to enter a night's event.

Nose wing: Nose wings cannot exceed 18” x 24”. Side boards are not to exceed 8.5” tall and 21” long.
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Urgent questions or concerns? Feel free to call Steven Blakesley