11th Annual Stock Car Festival on Saturday and
resumes at Anderson Speedway on Saturday, October 4 and Sunday, October 5 when
the 11th Annual Stock Car Festival presented by Anderson Rent All takes center
Featured divisions include Ed Martin Chevrolet SuperTrucks, Street Stocks,
ImmediaDent Figure 8’s, Newco Metals Legends, ThunderCars, Quick Auto Front
Wheel Drives in Oval and Figure 8 action along with Mini Cups and USAC Ford
Focus Midgets & Kenyon Midgets.
In the Ed Martin Chevrolet SuperTrucks, Joe Beaver claimed the division
championship over Josh Poore. Other top season performances were turned in by
Rod Phipps, Jerry Faucett and Josh Timmerman.
Jeff Perry notched the Street Stock championship last weekend and also scored a
feature victory in the season finale. Rob Allman finished in the second in the
final standings with Katie Jackson, three-time division champion Rich Boyer and
Randy Hoppes completing the top five.
The ImmediaDent Figure 8 division produced Ranny Hinton winning the owner
championship with Rob Allman earning the driver crown. Other strong showings
were turned in by former champions Mike Riddle Jr. and Ronnie Rose along with
veteran Joe Hart Jr.
John Robbins won back-to-back championships in the Newco Metals Legends after
finishing ahead of Billy Smith, Mark Dietzen, Adam Roberts and Clark Dietzen.
The ThunderCar division showcased close competition all season long during the
WLBC/MAX Friday Night Summer Series with Lonnie Burton claiming the division
championship. Sam Folsom placed second with Tom Tacket, Travis Burge and Tim
Nickerson also producing solid seasons.
Randy Hoppes drove to the first Quick Auto Front Wheel Drive Pro division title
over Donnie Ellis Jr. and Peter Corsaro. In the Oval division, Kevin Harmon took
the crown over Andy Keller and Jeff Saxon. The Figure 8 division title went to
Andy Keller with Harry Lashure and Ellis Jr. close behind.
The 11th Annual Stock Car Festival presented by Anderson Rent All will also
feature action from Mini Cups, USAC Ford Focus Midgets and Kenyon Midgets.
On Saturday, spectator gates open at 4 p.m. with the racing program beginning at
7. Heats races will be showcased on Saturday Night along with ThunderCars, Quick
Auto Front Wheel Drives and Mini Cups in feature events. Admission is $10 for
adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children five and under get in free.
On Sunday, feature racing will take place for 10 divisions. Spectator gates open
at noon with racing beginning at 1:30 p.m. Admission is $15 for adults and $4
for kids ages 6-12. Children five and under get in free. Two day advance adult
tickets are available for $20.
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