Phipps Returns to Figure 8 Racing, Allman Moves to Street Stocks
Public Relations Director
The 2006 season at Anderson Speedway
for Hacker Racing produced stellar results and they hope to excel even more in
2007 at the World’s Fastest Quarter-Mile Oval. As the team prepares for the 60th
anniversary season, several changes will take place to their program.
After earning the Lampco Federal Credit Union Street Stock title last season,
Anderson’s Rod Phipps will return to the Figure 8 division, gunning for this
second consecutive division championship and his first Figure 8 crown. Rob
Allman will move from the Figure 8 division to compete full-time in the Lampco
FCU Street Stocks in 2007.
In 2006, Phipps collected three feature victories, six fast times and 15
top-five finishes en route to his Street Stock Championship. He also drove the
Hacker Racing entry to the ThunderCar Pro title with four checkered flags and 20
top 10s. Phipps was also victorious in the ThunderCar Enduro in July and scored
one victory in limited appearances in the Figure 8 division.
Allman enjoyed a solid season placing third in the Figure 8 standings with two
feature wins and 13 top 10s. He also joined exclusive company in claiming the
victory in the prestigious 56th Best Way Disposal National Crown in July
The Figure 8's and Lampco Federal Credit Union Street Stocks make their season
debut on Saturday, April 7, opening night for The Star Press Saturday Night