Super Late Models Stars Ready for Bullring Battle at Anderson

Special from – The Champion Racing Association (CRA) returns to Anderson Speedway for the third-straight week Saturday night, with the ARCA/CRA Super Series now taking center stage with their second points race of the season.  A strong list of drivers has filed entries for the event, which serves as a tune-up for the Redbud 400 on Monday, July 13.

One name that immediately jumps out is defending ARCA Midwest Tour champion Casey Johnson.  While he has taken part in a combination event featuring the ARCA/CRA Super Series and ARCA Midwest Tour, this will be his standalone series debut.

The last two Anderson 125 winners are entered, as Jack Dossey III and Josh Brock look to add to their win totals at the track.  Brock is also coming off a win last weekend in the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour race at the facility.

After running second to Brock over the weekend, 2016 series champion Cody Coughlin looks to better his result by one position on Saturday.  Former series champions Greg Van Alst, Logan Runyon and reigning Snowball Derby champion Travis Braden both are looking for their first Anderson victories with the series.

Former Redbud winners Dalton Armstrong and Steve Dorer are also entered, along with multi-time track champion Jeff Marcum.  Hunter Jack will be back at Anderson for the second-straight week, having won a JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour event at the track in 2019.

Defending JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour champion Dan Leeck will look to make his first Late Model start of 2020, while Mason Keller prepares for his ARCA/CRA Super Series debut.  They are joined by former series winners Austin Kunert and Kyle Crump, Indiana’s Brian Demland and Jaren Crabtree, Michigan’s Michael Simko, Harold Fair Jr and Hayden Sprague, and Kentucky’s Ryan Issacs.

Anderson Speedway has seen more ARCA/CRA Super Series races than any other track in the series’ long history.  The high-banked quarter-mile also played host to the first-ever series race on April 26, 1997, won by former Winchester 400 winner and Outlaw Super Late Model star Brian Ross.  Jack Dossey III won last year’s 125-lapper, while Johnny VanDoorn won the Redbud 400 after leading 336 laps.

Stay tuned to Speed51 for information regarding a live broadcast for this weekend’s ARCA/CRA Super Series Mitch Smith Auto Service 125.

ARCA/CRA Super Series Entries:

0 Austin Kunert

1 Cody Coughlin

5 Dalton Armstrong

5J Casey Johnson

6 Logan Runyon

6X Ryan Isaacs

10 Steve Dorer

12 Dan Leeck

15 Brian Demland

17 Josh Brock

26 Travis Braden

28 Jeff Marcum

29 Mason Keller

35 Greg Van Alst

41 Hunter Jack

45 Michael Simko

62 Jaren Crabtree

63 Cassten Everidge

71 Harold Fair Jr

81 Hayden Sprague

131 Kyle Crump

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