This past Saturday Night an issue was discovered by Anderson Speedway technical inspector Bill Noel during post race inspection of the National Crown. It was determined that the winning car was utilizing a roller cam which is specifically disallowed in the Official 2015 Anderson Speedway rule book. After extensive investigation and exhaustive deliberation, it has been determined that the part added a clear performance advantage over the other entrants, thus resulting in the decision to disqualify the car from the event. CLICK TITLE FOR FULL STORY
Jeff Marcum inherited the lead in the PGG Enterprises 100 for the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models when the two leaders tangled and went...
For most of the Thunder Car feature Dustin Sapp turned down a number of challengers to score his first feature win of the season. Sapp set fast time for the Byrider Spring Championships at Anderson Speedway on Saturday and led from start to finish but the outcome hung in the balance until the end.
Chris Neuenschwander dominated the winged sprint feature to score his first ever win at Anderson Speedway.
Start your engines and burn rubber to Indiana Farmers Coliseum this Saturday night as the Indy Fuel prepare to zoom by the Cincinnati Cyclones...
Anderson Speedway returns to racing action on Saturday, July 26 with Edgewater Woods Alzheimers Awareness Night featuring the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour along with the...
Jack Dossey III watched a big lead evaporate and then had to survive four restarts to win the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Model Spring Championship at Anderson Speedway.
Two veteran Pay Less Little 500 drivers were able to bump their way into the starting field for the 68thrunning of the iconic event at Anderson Speedway on Saturday.
Visiting Ohio driver Corey Plunkett made his first trip to Anderson Speedway a memorable one. Plunkett started fifth in the feature line-up for the Marcum’s Welding Front Wheel Drive 50-lap feature and by the fifth circuit was running third.
Sometime advance planning pays off and that was the case for two-time Pay Less Little 500 champion Brian Tyler on “bump day” Friday at Anderson Speedway.