The racing program scheduled for Saturday, May 6 Featuring the ARCA/CRA Super Series Late Models, CRA Street Stocks and ThunderCar 100 has been moved to Sunday, May 7. Gates will open at 2:30pm with Racing at 4pm. Adult admission is $15 – Kids 6-12 are $4 and 5 and under are FREE! The open practice scheduled for tonight Friday, May 5 has been canceled due to rain.
Local teams will be looking to protect their home turf when the Champion Racing Association’s Super Series for late models and Street Stocks make their first appearances of 2017 at Anderson Speedway.
Anderson Speedway President, Rick Dawson, announced during this mornings City of Anderson Little 500 Festival press conference, that Ken Schrader will pilot the #99 sprint car owned by Brad and Tara Armstrong. Kenny is a three time NASCAR Cup Series Winner and 31 time USAC winner through multiple divisions. This will be the first time he will race a sprint car on asphalt. Tickets for the 69th Annual Pay Less Little 500 presented by UAW-GM are still available, but selling at a rapid pace. To order your tickets call (765) 642-0206 or come by the track. The office hours are 10am-4pm Monday through Friday and on race nights.
Danville’s Kyle Hamilton repeated his opening win of the Mel Kenyon Midget Series at Anderson Speedway, but it didn’t come without some drama.
Over the past few years the Mel Kenyon Midget Series has produced some of the closest finishes at Anderson Speedway and more of the same is expected on Saturday.
Aaron Pierce survived near disaster with two laps remaining before capturing his sixth Glen Niebel Classic at Anderson Speedway on Saturday.
Fans of open wheel racing will see plenty of action this weekend with the 17th running of the Glen Niebel Classic and a strong field of NSTA Top Speed Modifieds.
Two drivers that scored 12 wins in their respective divisions a year ago but fell short of a championship opened the season at Anderson Speedway with feature wins.
After Mother Nature delayed opening night by a week, the 70th year of racing action at Anderson Speedway kicks off this Saturday with Late Models highlighting the racing card.
Wayne Alspaugh the only Madison County competitor to win the prestigious Pay Less Little 500 passed away last Saturday at the age of 90.