Zach Miller will be looking to score his second consecutive win in the biggest race of the year for the Legends Division drivers at...
The McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models top the bill at Anderson Speedway with three national touring series joining the action this Saturday at Anderson Speedway.
Noblesville driver Jeff Swinford accomplished something that hadn’t been done in over 20 years, win back-to-back National Crown races at Anderson Speedway.
There is already lots of talent on the list of entries to date for the 50th Annual Redbud 300 Presented by Mitch Smith Auto Service and Perfecto, which will take place at Anderson Speedway on Saturday, July 16th. The ARCA/CRA Super Series is celebrating its 20th season of competition in 2016, Anderson Speedway is where the series had its first ever event on Saturday, April 26, 1997. The Redbud 300 will be the 60th series event that Anderson Speedway has hosted since that Saturday in 1997, the most of any track the series has raced at.
The Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Powered by JEGS and the Anderson Speedway McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models are set to battle it out for bragging rights in the biggest event of the season for both groups, the PGG Shootout 150 this Friday at Anderson Speedway, located in Anderson, Indiana, as part of the prestigious 50th Annual Redbud 300 Weekend Presented by Mitch Smith Auto Service and Perfecto. The event will pay $2,500 to win, the highest winning payoff in the 11 year history of the CRA Late Model Sportsman, down to $225 to start.
A year ago Clayton Gaines won his first Kenyon Midgets feature win with a dramatic last lap pass, his second career victory at Anderson Speedway on Saturday was dramatically different.
The Mel Kenyon Midget Series highlights Anderson Speedway’s Summer Special this Saturday. Adult tickets are priced at $5 during Summer Special night with racing in the Kenyon Midgets, ThunderCars, Marcum's Welding Pro Compacts and Front Wheel Drive Figure-8.
Indianapolis driver Mark Tunny made it two July 4th wins in the Outlaw Figure-8 feature at Anderson Speedway on Monday. On Figure-8 Madness night presented by Star 106.9 and the Madison County Visitors Bureau, Mark Tunny took the lead at the start of the 50-lap feature chased by Ben Tunny.
Jeff Marcum hit on the right car set-up at Anderson Speedway to capture the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Model feature event on Saturday. Anderson Speedway is back in action with Figure-8 Madness on July 4th starting at 7 p.m. with figure-8 competition in four divisions and a spectacular fireworks show.
By Denny Adams Public Address Announcer The Ownership team, Management, Staff and Competitors alike of Anderson Speedway were stunned this week at the sudden passing of former long-time owner of Anderson Speedway, John Hellis of Muncie, Indiana.