2013) - On Saturday, Oct. 26,
Anderson Speedway’s Front Wheel Drive racers
hosted a Trunk-Or-Treat behind the main
grandstands before the Triple 100s.
Dozens of kids in and out of costumes walked
down the line to receive candy, autographs
and pictures from their favorite drivers.
Some drivers let the kids behind the wheel;
showing them what a real race car looks and
feels like on the inside.
“All the Front Wheel Drivers really thought
it was great to get close up to the crowd
with the cars,” said Marshall Clark, Front
Wheel Drive Oval racer, “My boys enjoyed it
too. This is the best thing we’ve done all
Marshall Clark drives the number 6 Front
Wheel Drive Oval car and has a son and a
nephew who also race in the same division.
Kids who attended the race were also able to
decorate pumpkins donated from Smith Family
Farms in Pendleton, take photos in a fall
themed booth sponsored by Pendleton
Veterinary Clinic and children dressed in
costume lined up for a parade around the
track for the fans.
Amy Greenway, Anderson Speedway’s Event
Planner, commented, “It’s been important
this season to connect the drivers with the
fans, especially the young fans. Events like
this make it possible. In the end, Anderson
Speedway is creating young fans who we hope
will continue to patron the track as
The Triple 100s were the last races of
season until the November 30 Turkey Bash,
which will feature 5 divisions. For photos
from the Trunk-Or-Treat event, visit