Anderson Speedway officials have released the 2015 schedule. Click on story headline and then the 2015 schedule link to see all the events for the upcoming season.



Elliott McKinney is part of a family with a long history at Anderson Speedway and after a decade of competition “Big Daddy” claimed a track championship.

Nick Warner, who was not eligible for the championship, dominated the year winning the majority of the feature events.

Story By Ken de la Bastide Frankton driver John Robbins is no stranger to regular fans of Anderson Speedway competing for several years in the Legends...

Teenage driver Jack Dossey III had a dream season in his first year in competition in the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models. Dossey not only won the championship but walked away with Rookie of the Year honors at Anderson Speedway in 2014.

For the Street Stock team of driver Dustin Burge and car owner Jimmy Stevens the year ended with unanswered questions about the 2015 season.

The duo captured the Champion Racing Association championship in 2013 and followed that up with an Anderson Speedway title this past year.

Curtis Chapman made it consecutive championships in the NASH-FM Thunder Car division but the outcome wasn’t decided until the final race of the year.

For the majority of the 2014 season it was Robbie Wyman at the top of the point standings. But two late season incidents allowed Chapman to close the point gap and he moved to the top spot with one race remaining.

The 2014 racing season ended with a bang Saturday evening at Anderson Speedway as fans enjoyed the EDCO Welding & Hydraulics fireworks show to mark the conclusion to the season and the end of the Stoops Freightliner Night of Thrills.

The 2014 racing season will conclude at Anderson Speedway on Saturday, October 25 with the Stoops Freightliner Night of Thrills. Featured races include Tom Raper RV Trailer Race, Roll Over Contest, Mattress Race, Hour Glass Race and Cork Screw Race.

It proved to be a Sunday drive for Josh Poore has he dominated to win the Street Stock 100-lap feature in dominating fashion at Anderson Speedway on Sunday, October 19. Poore set fast time during qualifications for the Street Stock division of the Wick’s Pies Triple 100’s.

Rain and frigid conditions forced Anderson Speedway officials to postpone the Wick's Pies Triple 100's to Sunday, October 19. On Sunday, the Street Stocks, NASH FM ThunderCars and Vore’s Compact Touring Series will compete in 100-lap features.

The Indiana Racing Memorial Association (IRMA), a new not-for-profit group organized to place markers throughout the state to recognize Indiana's significant role in motorsports history, will hold its first fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 25 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Hall of Fame Museum located on the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.




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