NASCAR Comes to London, Ontario

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Delaware Speedway is excited to bring the NASCAR PINTY’s Series to London, Ontario for an exciting race experience on Saturday June 3.

Prior to race day there will be an Ultimate NASCAR Fan Engagement Event at Victoria Park on Saturday May 27, 10am-6pm.  Admission to the Fan Engagement Event is FREE!

Fans will have the opportunity to view race cars up close and personal as well as talk to the drivers.  There will also be a number of race specific fan engagement activities including the Pit Stop Challenge, Bone Stock Teardown, Photo Engagement Areas, Heavy Equipment Displays from Toromont CAT, KIDZONE area with Bouncy Castle and Delaware Speedway mascot Dipstick, Official Pace Truck and Safety Truck.

“We are excited about bringing NASCAR back to Delaware Speedway”, says Jonathan Urlin, director of operations for Delaware Speedway. “We have so many dedicated and loyal race fans that come out to the track on a regular basis, however we are really looking forward to also engaging people that aren’t necessarily race fans, to come out and enjoy the family friendly environment that racing has to offer”. 

There will also be many Give-Aways and Prizes with the opportunity to win the Grand Prize of joining in on the pre-race drivers meeting at the track on June 3.

 

Interested Drivers and Volunteers

Delaware Speedway is looking to add more drivers and volunteers to its growing lineup for this day. Any interested drivers or volunteers can contact Ryan Beliveau at ryan@beliveaumarketing.com for information on load in times and more. The event will run from 10:00am – 6:00pm.

 

NASCAR London Fan Engagement Map

 

About NASCAR

Born in 1947, NASCAR has grown to become the premier motorsports organization.

NASCAR sanctions more than 1,200 races in more than 30 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Known for its passionate fan base, one-of-a-kind playoff format, development of the modern sports sponsorship and commitment to enhancing auto racing through technology, NASCAR produces many of the most highly attended sporting events in the world.

NASCAR did not gain the success or popularity it has today overnight. The first NASCAR-sanctioned race was held on Daytona’s beach-road course Feb. 15, 1948.

The sport has evolved to entertain its fans and continuously prosper.

 

For any Media Enquiries please contact Ryan Beliveau at ryan@beliveaumarketing.com 519-619-0931