Georgetown Speedway

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Georgetown Speedway was built in 1949 by Melvin L. Joseph. Its located on U.S. Route 113 about 1 mile south of Georgetown, Delaware. Attendance on some nights was boosted by fans coming via ferry from New Jersey. After sitting silent for a number of years the speedway was recently reopened in May 2006.[1][dead link] The speedway is currently promoted by Jessica James. Georgetown Speedway is 1/2 mile clay oval with racing every Friday night. Classes run at the speedway are Big Block Modifieds (Northeast style), Super Late Models, Crate Modifieds, Crate Late Models, Little Lincoln Vintage cars, and Vintage cars. After doug hoffman bought bridgeport 3 ivestors purchased the facility after sitting idle for half a year. August 17, 2012 big blocks super late models return to the 5/8 mile track and has a full 2013 schedule

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Georgetown Speedway restarts its engine". Delaware Coast Press. May 31, 2006. 

1/2 mile track per GeorgetownSpeedway.Com

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 38°39′05″N 75°21′51″W / 38.6514°N 75.3642°W / 38.6514; -75.3642

Georgetown Speedway re-opens gates Aug 16, 2012 GeorgetownSpeedway.Com & join us on twitter @GeorgetownSpdwy