The stars of Midwest modified racing will invade Anderson Speedway, the World’s Fastest High-Banked Quarter Mile Oval, at the 17th Annual Glen Niebel Classic on Saturday, April 8.
In what has become a November tradition Anderson Speedway wraps up the 2016 racing season with the annual “Turkey Bash” event. Feature racing in five different divisions is set for Saturday at 1 p.m. with adult tickets priced at $12 with $4 admission cost for children between the ages of 6 and 12.
We have been receiving multiple questions regarding the status of the track. Apparently an article was created on a hoax website stating that the track has been sold. The track is not for sale and the track is already planning for a great 2017 season. Anderson Speedway is close to releasing its 2017 schedule and rules within the next few weeks. Thank you for the continued support of Anderson Speedway and look forward to seeing everyone at the Turkey Bash on November 5th.
Anderson Speedway Officials have released a new schedule of events for the Turkey Bash on Saturday, November 5. The ThunderCars have been removed from the schedule. Street Stocks and Front Wheel Drive Figure 8's have been added to the program. The feature line ups will be determined by a draw. The same car participating in two different feature events will be required to pay a $25 entry fee. For more information or additional questions feel free to call the ticket office Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm at 765-642-0206.
Anderson Speedway management, staff and fans are devastated today to learn of the passing of longtime Little 500 fan and supporter, Paul Kuyawa Jr. Our thoughts and prayers are with Paul's daughters Dana and Nicole and his wife, Nancy, along with his many friends. Paul and his daughter Dana are pictured here with Anderson Speedway President Rick Dawson and two-time Little 500 Champion Jacob Wilson for Dana's graduation at the Little 500 in May of this year. (David Sink Photo)
It turned out to be a magical night for Anderson’s Josh Poore on Herald Bulletin night at Anderson Speedway turning it from one of frustration to victory celebration.
Michigan driver Tom Boorsma made the rainy drive to Anderson Speedway on Saturday with his fourth consecutive feature win in vintage modified racing action.