Rain and frigid conditions forced Anderson Speedway officials to postpone the Wick’s Pies Triple 100’s to Sunday, October 19. On Sunday, the Street Stocks, NASH FM ThunderCars and Vore’s Compact Touring Series will compete in 100-lap features.
Dustin Burge captured the Street Stock title with James Kirby grabbing the runner-up honors. Third was Andrew Cook with Josh Poore and Danny Adams filling out the top five.
Drivers with victories during the 2014 Street Stock season that include five CRA Street Stock events includes Poore (5) along with single victories by Burge, Bret Miles Jr., Jason Atkinson, Tyler Marsh and Calvin Parham.
A late season surge propelled Curtis Chapman to his second straight NASH FM ThunderCar Championship, narrowly edging Robbie Wyman for the division crown. Lonny Burton finished in third spot with Austin Russell and Jimmy Hawkins filling out the top five.
Chapman and Wyman both scored four feature victories. Trent Gossar captured three main event wins with Jeff Marcum visiting the winner’s circle in the season opener in March.
The Pro Compacts and the Vore’s Compacts Touring Series made a mid-season debut at Anderson Speedway and have provided some exciting racing action.
Heading into the season finale, Ron Phipps has constructed a 29 point lead over the Kevin Harmon owned No. 60 driven by Jeff Williams and Harmon. The remainder of the top five includes Adam Lee, Williams and the Darrell Hoppes No. 24 wheeled by Dylan and Randy Hoppes.
Chris Jennings leads the division with three feature victories with single-event winners including Kevin Harmon, Gary Eaton, Ryan Claborn and Nick Warner.
On Sunday, spectator gates open at 2 p.m. with the racing beginning at 5. Admission is $12 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children five and under get in free.