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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 testing a "super crate" for Ford Racing in my Rocket chassis. 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​
7/22/17 - DIS 
7/27/17 - DIS Battle of the Bay Race #2
​7/29/17- 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

Back at DIS for a regular points show. It was a subpar night and didn't go quite as planned. I finished 2nd in my heat and rolled of 9th in the feature. I started working my way towards the front, however, as I was trying to get underneath one car, I spun trying to avoid contact. This put me at the rear of the field with only a few laps to go. I could only manage to work my way back up to eighth. Not a horrible night, but not was I was hoping for either. 
Georgetown Speedway is always packed. This past Sunday night was no different. The Independence Day Summer Classic would not disappoint the fans. There was plenty of late model action with the RUSH crate late models and the Super late models on the venue. I started the night winning my heat, but would draw the 6 pill for the feature. It was tough working through a good field of cars, but would eventually work into second just past halfway. I mounted a good challenge, but could not finad a clean way around the leader. I would have to settle for second; just one spot shy of the $1776 payday. 

What a great week of racing it has been! Tuesday night was the 45th annual Camp Barnes benefit race. We started the night with a lucky draw, but still had to work our tail off to win the heat race. This would put us on the pole for the feature. The track was hardly raceable, but withstanding all the cuations and the ruts, I was able to pick up the big victory. 

Coming back on Saturday night for double features would keep me busy all week preparing the car for the regular show and the make-up race. We  started the night with the make up race. I started 9th, and worked my way into 4th by the end of the race. However, one car in front of me was light at the scales, so we would be credited with 3rd.
In the regular feature, I would roll off 8th. Luck was definitely on our side as half the field slid up the race track and opened the door for me to move into 2nd by the time I came out of turn two. I was all over the leader, but couldn't find a clean way around him. It looked like I was going to finish in second as we took the white flag. As we came into turn 3, we would have to deal with a lap car. The leader slid up the track just enough for me to get under him coming out of turn 4. I would cross the finish line first for my fourth win of the year. What an unbelievable start to the year! Thank you to all of you who support me and my sponsors. I hope I can keep it going!