Busy Busy week!

Camp Barnes race proved to be a success! There were lots of race cars in attendance and the stands were full. Hopefully they made a good profit so the kids can go to camp and have fun. My night went ok. I finished fourth in my heat and came home 11th in the feature. Overall, it was a decent night. 

Last nights race was about the same. Unfortunately, he decided to work the track at intermission and thus gave us a heavier race track to race on. For someone like me, it puts me at a bigger disadvantage being down 300 hp. I would come home 6th in the feature.



Wow! Another great night at the track this past weekend!

It is starting to get hot out, and so is the action at the track. I finished fourth in my heat race. This put me starting 2nd in the feature. Track conditions have been favorable for my small block Ford crate motor, lately. The track was slick and there wasn't much passing going on. I would manage to hold on to a great 2nd place finish. Tonight, we head back to DIS for the 44th annual Camp Barnes Benefit Race. The proceeds for tonight's event will help fund the summer camp for 10-13 yr olds. It's always a great event. Hope o see you there!


It was a great night to be at the race track; especially if you're a fan of the 11 car. There was a solid field of late models in attendance and the night went well, starting with the heat race. The track was fairly heavy, so I was expecting my lack of horsepower to show up quickly. I started on the pole for the heat race, and by the 2nd lap I was running 2nd to the 88 car. This was no surprise, as he has more than enough smoke under the hood compared to me and half of the rest of the field. What was a surprise is that I managed to hold onto 2nd and finish there. I was really expecting the rest of the field to go by me as the track was tacky, and they were more than able to put their power down on the track. By finishing second in my heat, I was able to start on the pole again for the feature race. They track remained in great shape and I brought the field of 15 cars to the green. I didn't lead any laps, but with a little luck and a good handling race car, I brought home a solid third place finish. I was extremely pleased with that effort among that solid field of cars. I will be back at DIS on the 28th, as I will be skipping the modified vs. late model show this week. 

*Make sure you attend the 44th annual Camp Barnes benefit race on Tuesday June 21st at DIS!

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Welcome to the all new official website of Joe Warren and JW Motorsports; the home of the #11 dirt late model. Currently, we are driving a 2011 Rocket late model. I am also testing a Ford S374W 374 c.i. 540 HP crate motor for Ford Racing. My home track is Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, De. Please feel free to look around and don't forget to check out our sponsors at the bottom of this page. They are a huge part of my program and I feel very fortunate to have built the relationships that I have with all of them. If you can use their services, I am very confident that you would be nothing less than completely satisfied.   

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