20, 2014) - The sixth annual Must
See Racing 60 presented by Sam Pierce
Chevrolet will bring the fastest short track
cars in the World to Anderson Speedway on
Wednesday, May 21. The Must See Racing
Xtreme Sprint Series (MSRXSS) will be
competing in their third race of the season.
The series will be led into Anderson by
defending Must See Racing 60 winner and Pay
Less Little 500 champion Jacob Wilson. The
Crawfordsville, Ind. driver dominated last
year’s event earning the Wilson Brothers
Racing team their first MSRXSS feature
victory. Wilson then went on later in the
week to win the prestigious Pay Less Little
Wilson will face a strong competition from a
full field of series regulars including 2013
MSRXSS champion Brian Gerster in the Dick
Myers No. 50M Sprinter. Gerster started the
season with a win at Mobile (AL)
International Speedway and setting new track
records at both Mobile and Five Flags (FL)
Speedway at the Southern Shootout in April.
Five Flags feature winner Aaron Pierce of
Daleville, Ind. in the Sam Pierce Chevrolet
No. 26 is also a favorite to compete for top
honors. Pierce has won sprint car events at
the high-banked quarter-mile oval with other
sanctioning bodies including USAC, USSA
Sprint Car Challenge Series and the former
Hoosier Outlaw Sprint Series.
On Wednesday, a host of top contenders are
expected representing seven different states
and Canada including past MSRXSS champion
Troy DeCaire, Canadian Ryan Litt., Jimmy
McCune, Jim Sheets, Kody Swanson, Tim Cox,
Chris Neuenschwander, Davey Hamilton Jr.,
Ryan Gillenwater, Kevin Blue, and Cody
Gallogly among others.
Two new top competitors will join the field
with midget and silver crown veteran David
Byrne of Shullsberg, Wis. in the Byrne
Racing entry and popular sprint car racer
Danny Smith of Chillicothe, Ohio piloting
the Mike Blake Racing No. 81.
Joining the winged sprint cars will be the
Mel Kenyon Midgets. They will be making
their second appearance at the quarter-mile
oval in 2014. In the first race at Anderson
this season, Travis Young captured the
victory. He inherited the top spot after
Jessica Bean tangled with a lapped machine.
Behind Young at the checkered flag included
Cody Fehr and Cordy Horn.
On Wednesday, May 21, spectator gates open
at 5 p.m. with the racing beginning at 7.
Advance Admission is $10 for adults and $15
day of race. Tickets are $4 for kids ages
6-12 with children five and under getting in
First round qualifications for the 66th Pay
Less Little 500 will take place on Thursday,
May 22, beginning at 1:30 p.m. with the
33-car field set during second round of
qualifications on Friday afternoon. The 66th
Pay Less Little 500 goes green approximately
at 8 p.m. on Saturday night May 24.
Tickets are available for the historic 66th
Pay Less Little 500 at $30 for reserved
seating. For more information, contact the
Anderson Speedway Ticket Office at (765)