Broyles, Boyer and Chapman
Honored at The Star Press Saturday Night Racing Series Banquet
By Kyle Larson
Public Relations Director
Speedway held The Star Press Saturday Night Racing Series Awards Banquet at
Anderson’s Day’s Inn on Friday, November 18, honoring the divisions of Ed Martin
Auto Group Super Trucks, Terry’s RV Sales & Service Street Stocks and Boss Hogg
Catering & Jerky Figure 8’s.
New Castle’s Tony Broyles was crowned Ed Martin Auto Group Super Truck driver
champion and his owner Terry Broyles grabbed the owner championship hardware.
Broyles drove the family owned No. 27 Scooter’s Bar & Grill Super Truck to one
feature win, six fast times, 14 top-five finishes and 16 top 10s.
Special Award winners in Ed Martin Auto Group Super Trucks were presented to
Josh Poore for DT’S R Bar Rookie of the Year, Andrew Brown for the Rocky Tharp
Memorial Sportsmanship and Scott Brooks for Dedication.
Tony Broyles was the 2005 Contingency Connection Hurst and Mallory Cup Team
Sponsorship winner. He receives a $500 product certificate along with a series
cup trophy, championship racing jacket and additional awards from Mr. Gasket
valued at $2,500. Broyles was also presented a certificate for a complete ARP A
Package Kit valued at $1,300. Robert Kovach, owner of the No. 91 SuperTruck,
received a $500 certificate with Bob Lemen getting a 50 percent discount on a
Five Star A Package Body.
Rich Boyer earned a third consecutive Terry’s RV Sales & Service Street Stock
title. The Anderson racer recorded 17 feature checkered flags plus a post-season
victory in the 8th Annual Weidner Chevrolet Stock Car Festival. Boyer also drove
the Russell Racing entry to 15 fast times and 21 top-five finishes en route to
the 2005 championship.
Special Award winners in Terry’s RV Sales & Service Street Stocks were presented
to Ryan Buckner for DT’S R Bar Rookie of the Year, Curtis Chapman for the Rocky
Tharp Memorial Sportsmanship and Ryan Buckner for Dedication.
Additional awards included Boyer claiming an ARP certificate of $250. ARP
certificates were also claimed by Ryan Buckner and Kyle Flynn. The Five Star
award went to Dave Hacker. Bruce McFall was voted as 2005 JE Pro Seal Ringers
Sportsman of the Year through the Contingency Connection program. He received a
package valued at $1,000.
Anderson’s Curtis Chapman and owner Shelley Worley earned the Boss Hogg Catering
& Jerky Figure 8 championship. Driving the No. 8 Chapman Construction car,
Chapman collected two feature victories, two fast times and 16 top-five
Special Award winners in Boss Hogg Catering & Jerky Figure 8’s were Ranny Hinton
for DT’S R Bar Rookie of the Year, Rod Phipps for the Rocky Tharp Memorial
Sportsmanship and Hacker Racing for Dedication.
Additional awards included Chapman getting an ARP certificate of $250. ARP
certificates were also presented to Ranny Hinton and Darren Hacker. The Five
Star award went to Mike Wood.
For additional information contact Anderson Speedway at (765) 642-0206