Pierce turned in a dominating performance to win the longest winged sprint feature ever at Anderson Speedway on Saturday, August 30.

Pierce took the lead from Ryan Gillenwater on lap 43 of the MoFab Labor Day 200 presented by Hoosier Park Racing & Casino for the Must See Racing winged sprint series. Starting third Pierce got inside of Jimmy McCune on lap 37 to move into the second spot.



Anderson Speedway officials have announced changes to the racing programs on October 4 and 11 along with the addition of an event on October 25.

Daleville’s Aaron Pierce used a fast race car and lots of patience late in the race to win the winged spring car feature at Anderson Speedway on Saturday. It was Pierce’s first win in a winged sprint car at Anderson Speedway since 2010 and third overall. His return to victory lane came in a dominating fashion.

Thanks to an assist from his father Trent Gossar made it consecutive wins at Anderson Speedway in the NASH-FM Thunder Car division. Tom Gossar and Morte Lewis started on the front row of the feature as a result of an inversion of six from qualifying. At the start Tom Gossar took the lead with Trent running second and point’s leader Robbie Wyman in third.

It was a season firsts for Ronnie Phipps in the Front Wheel Drive Oval Division last Saturday at Anderson Speedway. For the first time this year Phipps set fast time during qualifications, won his first heat of the season and topped the night off with his initial feature victory.

Daleville’s Aaron Pierce won in a winged sprint car at Anderson Speedway for the first time since 2010 and returned to victory lane in dominating fashion. Pierce jumped into the lead at the start and led all 50 laps en route to winning by 1.6-seconds over Davey Hamilton Jr.

Anderson Speedway returns to racing action on Saturday, August 16 with the second appearance from the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series. The NASH FM ThunderCars and Front Wheel Drives Oval divisions will also be part of the racing program.

Ben Tunny is no stranger to winning at Anderson Speedway adding the 65th running of the National Crown to his resume on Saturday. Tunny set fast time and led all 100 laps to record his sixth career win at Anderson Speedway. Tunney becomes the first driver to win the National Crown and the three-hour Figure-8 championship at the Indianapolis Speedrome.

Greenfield driver Doug Dugger finally found his way to a feature win in the Thunder Roadster Division at Anderson Speedway. Dugger had finished second in three consecutive races and celebrated his first feature win of 2014 in the Tim Thompson Nationwide Insurance Winner’s Circle on Saturday.

Gary Eaton battled his way to the feature win in the Vores Compact Touring Series at Anderson Speedway holding off Ron Masters by less than a second. Eaton started on the outside of the front row and jumped into the lead challenged by Chris Jennings and fast qualifier Larry Hughes Jr.

Nick Warner continued his dominating season in the Front Wheel Drive Figure-8 Division winning for the eighth time in nine races. For Warner last Saturday at Anderson Speedway marked his sixth pole position, fourth heat victory and eighth feature win. It also marked the fourth time that he swept the competition by setting fast time and then scoring heat and feature wins.




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