Friday Practice Canceled, Saturday Program Pushed Back to Sunday

Anderson Speedway officials have announced the cancellation of the Open Practice scheduled for Friday due to rain showers and cold temperatures. The Saturday forecast of frigid temperatures has pushed back the Saturday race program to Sunday.

On Sunday, the pit area opens at 1:30 p.m. with practice beginning at 3 and racing taking the green flag at 5.

Anderson Speedway returns to racing action on Sunday, October 5 with the 18th Annual Grant Fritz/Greg Dietzen Memorial featuring the Legends, Twin 50’s with the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models and Street Stocks plus Pro Compacts.

Grant Fritz/Greg Dietzen Memorial and Twin 50’s Highlight Saturday’s Program

Anderson Speedway returns to racing action on Saturday, October 4 with the 18th Annual Grant Fritz/Greg Dietzen Memorial featuring the Legends, Twin 50’s with the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models and Street Stocks plus Pro Compacts.

Stock Figure 8 Division Announced for 2015

Anderson Speedway officials have announced a brand new Stock Figure 8 division will be introduced in 2015. Click headline to view rules.

2nd Annual Karting for a Cure

On Thursday, Jessica Bean, UAW Motorsports, Anderson Speedway and the United States Speed Association will host the 2nd annual Karting For A Cure at...

Song “Anderson Speedway” To Benefit Cancer Society Through October

Hall Of Fame Songwriter Steve Wallace’s song "Anderson Speedway" will benefit the American Cancer Society for every time the song is played on his website.

Chapman’s Late Run Ends in Title

Curtis Chapman hit a hot streak in the final month of NASH-FM Thunder Car competition to repeat as the division champion at Anderson Speedway on Saturday. Chapman and Robbie Wyman were locked in a season long battle for the top spot in the point’s chase. Chapman grabbed a one-point lead over Wyman on Sept. 6 and claimed the title with a dominating performance in the feature race.

Dane Claims Front Wheel Drive Oval Crown

By Ken de la Bastide Jerry Dane capped his first Front Wheel Drive Oval championship the way he started the season with a feature win. Dane...

Dane Claims Front Wheel Drive Oval Crown

Jerry Dane capped his first Front Wheel Drive Oval championship the way he started the season with a feature win.

Dane set fast time during qualifications to start on the pole position and from there led the entire distance for his sixth feature win of the year.

Owens Claims Front Wheel Drive Figure 8 Title; Warner Continues Domination

Nick Warner won his ninth feature win in the Front Wheel Drive Figure-8 Division but the championship went to the team of Jeff Williams and Randy Owens.

Warner was ineligible for the title.

Robbins Claims Roadsters Crown

Frankton driver John Robbins captured his fourth feature win of the season on his way to the Thunder Roadsters championship.

Robbins was the fast qualifier and led all 30 laps to record the victory with Doug Dugger, looking to make it three wins in a row, closing over the second half of the race but never able to close to within more than a handful of car lengths.

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