Delaware Speedway

Delaware Speedway is a half-mile paved race track that is one of the oldest continuously operating tracks in Canada. It is located a few minutes west of London, Ontario northeast of Delaware, Ontario. It hosts stock car racing every Friday night during the summer. The track opened in 1952 as a quarter-mile dirt track and was later expanded to the 1/2 paved oval of today.

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... In celebration of the track's 60th Anniversary in 2011, a speedway museum was opened in the base of the track's broadcast tower ... The exhibition included original programs from the opening of the speedway, original posters, as well as reproductions of photos and other items ...

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