Anderson Speedway officials have made the decision to postpone the practice scheduled for Friday, October 19 along with the Tom Wood Stock Car Festival presented by Delmolino Plumbing and EDCO Welding scheduled for Saturday, October 20 due to the forecast of cold temperatures, rain and high winds. There will be an open practice for all competitors on Friday, October 26 and the Tom Wood Stock Car Festival presented by Delmolino Plumbing and EDCO Welding will be ran on Saturday, October 27.
Plymouth racer Tyler Roahrig couldn’t image standing in victory lane at Anderson Speedway after winning the third annual Tony Elliott Classic on Saturday.
A strong field of 29 drivers will be vying this Saturday at Anderson Speedway to earn the victory in the Third Annual Tony Elliott Classic Trophy for non-wing sprint cars. Last year Aaron Pierce won the 125-lap feature event with Kody Swanson claiming the win in the inaugural event in 2016.
Chase Jones to make First Pavement Sprint Car Start Anderson, Indiana (October 1, 2018): Fordyce Racing announced that Chase Jones will be making his first...
Indianapolis driver David McConnell only led two laps of the 100-lap feature for Thunder Cars at Anderson Speedway but it was the two that mattered.
The drivers of the Thunder Car division will be competing in their premier event of the year at Anderson Speedway this Saturday. The Thunder Car drivers will be competing in a 100-lap feature along with season championship events for the Marcum Welding Front Wheel Drive and Hart’s Auto Fire 8 divisions.
Entry List Revealed for the 3rd Annual Tony Elliott Classic Anderson, Indiana (September 27, 2018): On October 6th, non-wing sprint cars will be competing in...
Long-time Little 500 supporter Larry Contos, 77, passed away September 23, 2018 due to an extended illness. Contos was a life-long Anderson resident and president of his family owned Pay Less Super Markets until being sold in the late 1990’s.
Anderson Speedway will be crowning 2018 champions in four divisions with the battle for the Thunder Roadster coming down to one position.
Three caution flags with just four laps remaining jumbled the field with Alexandria driver Kent Baledge emerging as the winner of the Champion Racing Association Sportsman Late Model race.