Before one of the largest crowds in recent memory, Chris Windom captured the 67th running of the Pay Less Little 500 presented by UAW-GM at Anderson Speedway Saturday in a classic shoot-out among three drivers.

The front-runners were nose to tail for the final restart on lap 460 and were never separated by more than a couple of car lengths.



Memorial Day Weekend in Indiana signifies something special. For nearly 100 years the city of Indianapolis has been steeped in a tradition of speed. This year the Indianapolis 500 will be held at the famed “Brickyard” for the 99th time. People will gather; drivers will jockey for their chance at sipping the milk in victory lane at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and TV cameras will be there to catch all the action.

Anderson Speedway is honoring local public safety personnel with First Responders Night on Saturday. Fans will be able to view public safety equipment and during the intermission demonstration will take place with canine officer Rico. The five local racing divisions will be in the spotlight with features for all the divisions.

Curtis Chapman came back from an incident while battling with Jeff Swinford for the lead to win his first Harts Auto Figure-8 feature of the season

Defending Thunder Roadster champion John Robbins made it two consecutive wins as he passed Rodney Oliver with an inside move on the third lap.

When the two front runners made contact with three laps remaining Robert Amos Jr. took the lead from his father on the restart to win the 75-lap CRA Street Stock feature at Anderson Speedway.

For the third consecutive week at Anderson Speedway a touring series of the Champion Racing Association will be visiting the historic racing venue for the first time in 2015.

Two-time defending Pay Less Little 500 champion Jacob Wilson is among the latest drivers to enter the 67th running of the sprint car classic at Anderson Speedway.

A former Little 500 competitor, race promoter, car owner, and event photographer are slated for induction into the Little 500 Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 23, part of Pay Less Little 500 Week. The Class of 2015 will be formally inducted at a luncheon at Anderson Speedway the afternoon of the 67th Pay less Little 500 presented by UAW-GM.

The “Class of 2015” includes: Mike Bowman, Rick Dawson, Max Dolder, and Denny England.

As he begins his 26th season as a USAC Silver Crown car owner, Greenwood, Ind.'s Gene Nolen has set two high goals for his Whiteland, Ind.-based racing team: win the USAC Silver Crown national championship and the Pay Less Little 500 presented by UAW-GM pavement sprint car race May 23 at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Ind.

Markleville driver Randy Hoppes was able to hold off a charge from Adam Lee midway through Marcum Welding Pro Compact racing action to record his first win of the season.

Lee, who swept the opening night action and two weeks ago won the Vore’s Compact Touring Series at Anderson Speedway, appeared headed for another big night.




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