WLBC Season Championships Set For Saturday Night

Anderson Speedway returns to racing action on Saturday, September 26 with the WLBC Season Championships presented by Budweiser. Featured divisions include Street Stocks, WMDH ThunderCars, ImmediaDent Figure 8’s along with Front Wheel Drives in Oval and Figure 8 divisions.

Muncie’s Bret Miles holds a 42 point advantage over three-time series champion Rich Boyer heading into the final points event of the season. Third in the standings is Rob Allman with Randy Hoppes and Bruce McFall completing the top five.

Former ImmediaDent Figure 8 champion Jeff Swinford enters this weekend with hopes of a second division crown. The Noblesville driver has 94 point cushion over Rickie Tharp. Third in the standings is Johnny Magee, just four points behind Tharp. Early season points leader Mike Riddle Jr. is listed fourth with Shawn Cullen in the fifth spot.

In the WMDH ThunderCars, Rod Phipps holds a 32 point margin over Rob Allman. Ranked third is Nick Warner with Hannah Lundy and Terry Malone Jr. filling out the top five.

Anderson’s Jeff Saxon has constructed a healthy point’s lead in the Front Wheel Drive Oval division entering this weekend’s finale as he leads Gary Bragg Jr. by 257 points. Third is Kevin Harmon with Jack Leisure and Gary Bragg completing the top five. Three-time Figure 8 champion Nick Warner leads Andy Keller by 321 points with one event remaining in the season. Bill Leisure ranks third with Kevin Harmon and Jared Keller rounding out the top five.

On Saturday night, Anderson Animal Care and Control will have a display at Anderson Speedway. A meet and greet will take place with the dogs that are currently available for adoption. Information will be available on the Anderson Animal Care and Control’s Adoption, Fostering and Volunteer programs. At 7:30 p.m. a doggie parade will be featured just prior to the start of the racing program.

On Saturday Night, spectator gates open at 5 p.m. with the racing beginning at 8. Admission is $10 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children five and under get in free.