Must See Racing Super Modified Series to Make Inaugural Appearance on
4, 2012) – Racing action returns to Anderson Speedway on
Saturday, October 6 with the inaugural appearance of the Must See Racing
Super Modified Series in the Twin 50’s that pays $5,000 to the feature
winner. The racing program will also showcase UMRA Midgets, Mel Kenyon
Midgets and Thunder Roadsters.
The race fans are in for a great night of wheel to wheel, bumper to bumper
racing with the most
exotic race cars on the planet take to the high-banked quarter-mile oval.
The Must See Racing Super Modifieds are off-set big block motors with wings
that flatten out for straight away speed and pop up in the corners for down
force grip, and that makes for a lot of speed, passing and excitement.
The new Twin 50’s format divides the 100 lap feature into two 50 lap
segments with a break in between, allowing the race teams to dial the cars
in for the last 50 laps. The $5,000 to win purse is sure to bring out the
best and fiercest competition.” said Jim Hanks of MSR.
Teams from across the country and Canada are expected, including Ohio’s
Charlie Schultz and teammate Matt Marlowe in the powerful May Motorsports
entries, Crawfordsville, Indiana Rookie Sondi Eden, Dave McNight of Canada,
Jimmy McCune in the of East Bend, North Carolina BioBased.US #88 and recent
feature winner Kyle Edwards of Memphis Tennessee.
Others expected to vie for the spotlight are 2012 feature winner Jim Paller,
Mike McVetta, Jon Henes, Rich Reid, Danny Shirey, Jack Smith, Brandon
Fischer, Cord Erhard, Matt Palmer, Bobby Haynes and local open wheel
superstar and fan favorite Aaron Pierce, competing in his first Super
The UMRA Midgets will make their only appearance at Anderson Speedway on
Saturday night. Heading into this weekend’s action, Jason Goff paces the
series point standings with Eric Fehrman and Terry Goff rounding out the top
Mel Kenyon Midgets will return for second season appearance at Anderson. In
the first event in May, Dameron Taylor earned the feature victory over
Travis Young and Grant Galloway.
Points leader Travis Young takes a slim 39 point advantage over runner-up
Dameron Taylor into Saturday’s event. Sitting in third and fourth place,
Jessica Bean and Cordy Horn are racing hard to determine who will claim the
third championship spot. Grant Simpson rounds out the top five in the
The Thunder Roadsters will compete in their eighth feature this season at
Anderson Speedway. Most recent feature victory went to Darrell Brown, who
earned his first division victory.
On Saturday, October 6, spectator gates open at 4 p.m. with the racing
beginning at 7. Admission is $15 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12.
Children five and under get in free.
For additional information on Anderson Speedway, visit
www.andersonspeedway.com or contact Anderson Speedway at (765) 642-0206.