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Doug Delfel


Doug has been racing figure eight since 1974. He has had several highlights over the years. In 1999 he broke the F.E.A.R. all time speed record of 17.567, a record that had been held by Norman Litts since 1979. Doug turned a 17.245 three years prior to the repaving of the figure eight track. Since 1990, Doug has consistently finished as a top 20 contender. He has earned 2 season championships. His first was in 1999, after 25 years of racing, and then again in 2002. The 2002 season has proved to be his best ever, as he won 7 main events. “the Grizz” is trying to wind down his racing days, but after 30 years it is hard to stay away. Doug is still striving to win the “figure eight nationals” or the “60 minutes of F.E.A.R.”. He doesn’t watch much television, except for NASCAR, and he prefers to listen to classic rock. He says it must be his age. When “the Grizz” is not racing, he is remodeling the old homestead, or working.  

Driver's Nickname: "The Grizz"
Car #: "01"
Driver's Info: Married to Kelly / 2 kids, Michael & Alyssa
Hometown: Everett, Washington
Birthplace: Seattle, Washington
Car Info: 1979 Buick Regal
Occupation: He is the owner of D&D Transport, a tow company located in Everett, Washington
Past Season Finishes   1990 – 9th 1992 – 7th 1994 #22 – 2nd 1996 – 8th 1998 – 2nd 2000 – 3rd 2002 – 1st 1991 – 16th 1993 – 7th 1995 – 12th 1997 – 4th 1999 – 1st 2001 – 2nd 2003 – 6th
Favorite Drivers: Rob Holden, Rick Mattern, and the late great dale Earnhardt.
Service: Doug served as a fear board member during 1991, ‘92, ’94 and ’95. During 1996, ’97 and ‘98 he served as the club president. In 1999 he stepped aside, taking over the board position of past president. Doug chose to take a break from the board in the year 2000. “the Grizz” came back as a board member in 2001, and went on to serve as the president in 2002. In 2003 he again served as the past president. After over a decade of service Doug is currently stepping out of the political arena.
Honors: In 1994, Doug was voted into the fear “Old Timers” club. This is an honor that is reserved for members who are considered to be outstanding and have been a member of F.E.A.R. For 20 years. 1999 was the year the members of fear voted to retire the number 01 to honor Doug’s 25th season, and welcomed him into the fear “hall of fame”.  
Special Awards: In 1992, Doug received the award for “most improved driver,” and in 1993, he was voted sportsman of the year. During the 1994 season, fellow racer, Rick Mattern, who was running 2nd in the point standings, wrecked his car and was unable to continue to race. Doug volunteered to help, by offering to run the #22, in order to help maintain Rick’s points. Doug raced the #22 for 10 weeks. Together they finished 3rd for the first half, 1st for the second half, and 2nd for the 1994 season. Once again, Doug received the sportsman of the year award.  
Sponsors: “the Grizz” would like to thank his sponsors, Widdis Drywall, Curtis Roberts Plumbing, and of course D&D transport.  
Contact Information: Doug may be contacted by sending an email to


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