Anderson Speedway and CRA Officials Clarify Shock Rules for Street Stocks

At the request of the competitors, officials from Anderson Speedway and Champion Racing Association (CRA) have clarified the shock rule for the Street Stocks. The rule remains the same as originally published: Shocks must be economy-type, permanently enclosed steel shocks, and may not be externally adjustable or re-buildable (max. $75).

For the sake of clarification, a re-buildable shock is defined as “racer” re-buildable, which is not allowed. Also, the $75 maximum value will be policed with a shock claim. A claim can only be done by a car owner in the same feature, and must be done in writing and presented with cash to the Chief Technical Official or Race Director prior to the start of the feature. The claim will be administered following the feature. A refusal of a claim is grounds for immediate disqualification and loss of money and points earned during that event.

Pre-season Street Stock racing gets started at Anderson Speedway with “tune-up” races on the March 11 and 18. The 2006 Anderson Speedway championship chase will begin on Saturday night April 1. For the CRA Street Stocks, their first event in the battle for 2006 title will come at Anderson the following week, April 8, in a 250 lap - $3000 to win feature. Remaining events on the 12 event CRA Street Stock schedule include visits to Winchester Speedway, Baer Field Speedway, Mt. Lawn Speedway, Plymouth Speedway and a return trip to Anderson Speedway in July.

For additional information about  Anderson Speedway, call  (765) 642-0206. For more information on Champion Racing Association and the CRA Street Stocks, including rules, schedule and purses, visit