Welcome to the web home of
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 running a RUSH sanctioned Chevy crate motor. 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​  
3/16/18 - Georgetown Speedway
4/18/18 - DIS
4/19/18 - Georgetown Speedway
 4/21/18 - 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

The off season is about over.. I have been working hard at getting the car back together for another successful racing season. The sheet metal is on, parts have been rebuilt or replaced, and it's only a matter of days before I fire her back up and put the final touches on it for the season opener at Georgetown Speedway on March 16th (weather permitting). The first month of racing will be a busy one as we will be running 3, maybe 4, different racetracks through April. I hope to see you all at at least one of those tracks!

Georgetown's Mid-Atlantic race weekend would be the final race of the year for JW Motorsports. Historically, I am hit and miss at this race track. My previous race was a solid second place finish, however, this weekend would not go so well. With my unlucky draw, I would have to start in the 7th position for the heat race. I couldn't go anywhere and would have to settle for 7th when the checkered flag flew. This would put me rolling off in the unlucky 13th position for the feature. I tried to be careful for the first few laps of the 20 lap feature. However, on an early restart, the 75 car would get under my rear and drive me head on into the wall. It was a malicious move that was totally uncalled for on a restart where we were all bunch up with nowhere to go. Fortuantely, I don't believe there were any other cars involved. Unfortunately, the front end of my car was destroyed and I would not be able to coninue. I was officially scored in 17th place. This was not how I anticipated going into the off season. I am very optimistic about the 2018 season, though, as I proved that I am still very competitive in the crate late model racing division. 
I am already thinking about what needs to be done to make the car even faster and what will make my program stronger for next year. If you want to be a part of my success, please contact me as I am getting things in order for next year. Have a great winter! I will see you next year at a track near you!

DIS Champ show went well! I won the heat on Friday night and qualified for the redraw on Saturday's 20 lap feature race. Unfortunately 12 cars would redraw and I would pick the 12 pill. I started the feature race in 12th and took my time to carefully move up through the field. By lap ten I was close to the top five. On a restart around midway, ifound a groove that my car liked and was able to move into third and by lap 18 found my way into the lead. I lead the final 7 circuits to bring home the big check! That was my second Champ Show victory. In all, I would say that we were very succesful in DIS' crate crown jewel events as I won a Battle of the Bay race, Camp Barnes race, and the Champ show race. Next race would be Georgetown's Mid-Atlantic race weekend.