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JW Motorsports. My name is Joe Warren and I drive dirt late models in the Delaware area. My home track is Delaware International Speedway and make visits to Georgetown Speedway and Winchester Speedway. I am presently running a RUSH sanctioned Chevy crate motor. Check back frequently for news and updates. I hope to see you at a track in the near future.
Racing all over the mid-atlantic region 
See me at these local tracks. Click on the pic to link to their webpage

Coming Events​  
3/16/18 - Georgetown Speedway
4/18/18 - DIS
4/19/18 - Georgetown Speedway
 4/21/18 - Winchester Speedway

The kids and Jasper made their first trip to the track at DIS for the RUSH Battle of the Bay Series.​

Digging out of turn 4 at Georgetown Speedway
great photo by Pete MacDonald

Hats are available. $20. Email me at jwracer11@aol.com

Diggin in turns 3 & 4 @ Winchester Speedway

The night started of well when I won my heat, even though I totally missed the set up and misjudged the track conditions. I started 2nd in the feature and could only manage to hang onto a fourth place finish. The car still isn't quite right. I need to do some work this week. Georgetown next Friday and DIS on Saturday. 
4/18/18-4/21/18 RUSH Speedweek
Well, my speedeek didn't quite turn out how I had hoped. With Speedweek opening up at DIS, I was excited about the possibilities. However, I didn't quite have the speed that I have had in the past.  I  made the show, but had to get in through a consi. I ended up finishing 12th.  
I made some changes and headed to Georgetown speedway the next night. I qualified 2nd quick and finished 2nd in my heat. I was running 7th when I spun out all by myself. I would have to settle a disappointing 18th for the night.
The next night we raced was a Winchester Speedway on Saturday night. I got wrecked in the heat and would again have to qualify through a consi. I ended up 13th on the night. It was a challenging week with over 40 cars registered each night. I am happy to have made each show I entered, however, the competitor in me was disappointed I didn't challenge for the win. I did get some valuable notes.

I made an impromptu trip to Winchester Speedway to try and get some more testing done for the upcoming RUSH tour race in a few weeks. The night started out questionable as my luck for pill draws continued. There was a strong 27 car field in attendance. I would start 8th in the first heat out of three. With a little luck and the car being really good,  I managed to work my way into the lead with two laps to go and win my first heat race at the high banked oval. My luck changed for the pill draw as I had my lucky crew member redraw the pole for the feature. Unfortunately, I could only manage to finish third as I got passed on two restarts. This was, however, my best run at this track and I am feeling good about going back in a few weeks. 

Well, saying that Georgetown Speedway's Melvin Joseph Memorial race was cold would be a severe understatement. The temps were in the low 30's at race time. I approached the weekend as a test session. With track conditions making passing a minimal and me trying to just get some meaningful laps in, I would bring home a very subpar 7th place finish. I am not disappointed, though. I did learn a lot. Mostly some "What NOT-to-do's". I have made some changes and will be headed to Winchester Speedway to tes again on Saturday, March 31st. all of this is in preparation for the upcoming Battle of the Bay RUSH tour races in April. Let's hope I keep mving in the right direction.