13, 2014) - Racing returns to
Anderson Speedway on Saturday, May 17 with
Spring Championships showcasing five
divisions and 155 laps of featuring racing.
McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models,
Street Stocks, NASH FM ThunderCars and Front
Wheel Drives on the Oval & Figure 8 will all
be in action on Saturday.
Jack Dossey lll leads the MEP Late Models
point standings with a 73 point advantage
over new track record holder Billy Van
Meter. The remainder of the top five
includes Kent Baledge, Billy Van Meter and
Jon Watson. Two feature wins have been
claimed by Danny Trent with Chris Hacker
also taking a main event victory.
Former multi-time track champion Josh Poore
has swept the Street Stocks races this year
and sits atop the point standings. Dustin
Burge ranks in second spot with James Kirby
in third. Jason Shipp and Jeff Hopkins fill
out the top five performers.
Defending NASH FM ThunderCar Champion Curtis
Chapman continues to pace the division with
a 14 point margin over Robbie Wyman. Third
is Lonny Burton with Austin Russell and
Brian Lewis completing the top five. Feature
winners this season include Chapman, Jeff
Marcum and most recently Trent Gossar.
After winning three of the initial five
events, Jerry Dane has placed himself in
good shape for the Front Wheel Drive Oval
championship. Other early season contenders
include Jared Keller, Brandon Cook, Billy
Hooten and Dylan Hoppes. In addition to
Dane, Kevin Harmon and Adam Lee have visited
the winner’s circle.
In the Front Wheel Drive Figure 8’s, Randy
Owen leads Kamden Creek by 29 makers. Third
is Randy Hoppes with Brian McKinney and
Elliott McKinney rounding out the top five.
Former division champion Nick Warner has won
all three features this season.
On Saturday, May 17, spectator gates open at
4:30 p.m. with the racing beginning at 8.
Admission is $12 for adults and $4 for kids
ages 6-12. Children five and under get in