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DIXON | DELTA | PLAZA PARK | LEMOORE | June 27-July 1

California Speedweek

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 2017 California Speedweek is four nights of Micro Sprint action over five days!  Tuesday June 27 Dixon Speedway | Dixon, CA; Wednesday June 28th Delta Speedway | Stockton, CA; Friday June 30 Plaza Park Raceway | Visalia, CA; Saturday July 1st 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

50 Cars

Restricted Class

30 Cars

Information on CA Speedweek

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


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The DIRT CO production "EARN YOUR BEAR" recapping the 2017 California Speedweek drops TOMORROW. Don't miss this! ... See MoreSee Less

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Really cool to see the Speedweek from the Arizona perspective ... See MoreSee Less

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Our overall statistical history book has been updated! It includes lap leaders, feature and heat race wins, purse money won, and other information from all three seasons of speedweek! Check it out at: californiaspeedweek.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CaliforniaSpeedweekStats.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

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We will be releasing various stats from our statbook this week before it gets published online! Austin Stone & TJ Smith are now our top-two earners in series history

CAREER MONEY EARNED (at least $1000 shown)
1- Austin Stone $10,725
2- TJ Smith $10,550
3- Chris Andrews $10,200
4- Gio Scelzi $8,950
5- Frank Flud $7,350
6- Michael Faccinto $6,800
7- Joey Ancona $5,400
8- Jake Hagopian $5,300
9- Tristan Guardino $5,250
10- Caden Sarale $5,125
11- Jake Andreotti $5,025
12- Nikko Panella $4,500
13- Brooklyn Holland $4,175
14- Garth Kasiner $4,025
15- Ryan Reeves $3,950
16- KJ Snow $3,700
17- Ben Worth $3,325
18- Greg Decaires $3,125
19- Brendan Warmerdam $3,125
20- Tucker Worth $2,825
21- Colby Thornhill $2,775
22- Keith Day, Jr. $2,550
23- Mason Daniel $2,475
24- Frank Galusha $2,200
25- Cody Christensen $1,850
26- Brandon Carey $1,825
27- James Ringo $1,675
28- Cory Eliason $1,500
29- Zane Blanchard $1,375
30- Corey Day $1,275
31- Jake Smith $1,250
32- Alex Panella $1,200
33- Bryce Volpa $1,100
34- Ben Silliker $1,100
35- Jason McDougal $1000
36- Chase Randall $1000
37- Ryan Worth $1000
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Urgent questions or concerns? Feel free to call Steven Blakesley