WLBC / MAX Summer Series on Friday,
SuperTrucks, Street Stocks, Kenyon Midgets and Figure 8's on Saturday
Speedway returns to action this weekend with the WLBC / MAX Friday Summer Series
on Friday, September 7. The racing lineup includes Newco Metals Legends,
ThunderCars along with Chappy’s Rent to Own Front Wheel Drives in Oval and
Figure 8 action.
Watch the NASCAR races this weekend on the big screen television provided by
Chappy’s Rent to Own.
On Friday Night, spectator gates open at 5 p.m. with the racing program
beginning at 8. Admission is $7 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children
five and under get in free.
Frankton’s John Robbins has constructed the largest points lead of the Newco
Metals Legends season with a 204 point margin over defending division champion
Rodney Smith. Third in the standings is Billy Smith, who has produced 15 top-10
finishes. Mark Dietzen is fourth with Eric Black rounding out the top five in
the point standings.
After crossing the finish line second in the feature last Friday, Lonny Burton
advanced to first position in the ThunderCar point standings. He leads Nick
Warner by four points. Six-time feature winner Sam Folsom is third, just 30
markers from first position. Alexandria’s Alice Riall ranks fourth with
Anderson’s Tim Nickerson in fifth spot.
In the Chappy’s Rent to Own Front Wheel Drives, Bryan Wright continues to pace
the Oval standings with a 138 point advantage over Alan Wagner. Third in the
point standings is Kevin Harmon. In the Figure 8 points rundown, Nick Warner
holds a 255 point margin over Jeff Wright. Third in the standings is Donnie
On Saturday, September 8, the Ed Martin Auto Group SuperTrucks, Lampco Federal
Credit Union Street Stocks, Figure 8’s and Kenyon Midgets will be showcased on
the world’s fastest quarter-mile oval.
On Saturday Night, spectator gates open at 5 p.m. with the racing program
beginning at 8. Admission is $10 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children
five and under get in free.
In the Ed Martin Auto Group SuperTrucks, the entry owned by the late Bob Lemen
and now driven by Bret Miles Jr. and most recently Jamie Haley, holds the first
position. Anderson’s Brandon Phillips ranks second, just 52 markers from first
place. Josh Poore is third with five-time race winner Brian Lemmer and Scott
Brooks completing the top five.
Jake Owens holds the first position in the Lampco Federal Credit Union Street
Stocks with a 65 point lead over Willy DeHart. Third is Rob Allman with Jake
McElfresh and Abe Puckett filling out the top five.
Veteran racer Rod Phipps continues to build his lead in the Figure 8’s with a
170 point lead over Ronnie Rose. Rookie Dustin Burge ranks in third position
with four top-five finishes and 12 top 10s. Ranny Hinton is fourth with three
feature wins and 12 top 10s. Herb Rose rounds out the top five.
The USAC Kenyon Midgets return on Saturday night for a 30-lap feature. Kyle
Hamilton is atop the point standings heading into this weekend’s action. Second
is Blake Fitzpatrick with Jeff Wimmenauer, Caleb Armstrong and Drew Charlson
completing the top five.
additional information on Anderson Speedway, contact Anderson Speedway at (765) 642-0206.