Anderson Speedway Recognizes
MAX/WLBC Friday Night Summer Series Champions
By Kyle Larson
Public Relations Director
Anderson Speedway put a cap on the 2005 MAX/WLBC Friday Night Summer Series with
the Awards Banquet at Anderson’s Day’s Inn on Sunday, November 20. The Legends,
Insight ThunderCar Oval and Figure 8, along with the Chappy’s Rent to Own Oval
and Figure 8 divisions were honored at the Awards Banquet.
Albany’s Daniel Russell and owner Steve Russell were crowned Legends champions.
Russell recorded 10 victories, 10 fast times, 11 top-five finishes and 12 top
10s during the 2005 season. He drove the No. 80 Farm & City Repair Legend during
his title run.
Special Award winners in Legends were presented to John Robbins for the Rocky
Tharp Memorial Sportsmanship and Mouthpiece Racing for Dedication.
Brandon Phillips captured the Insight ThunderCar Oval championship. The Anderson
racer drove the No. 96 Short’s Machine Shop car to 16 top-five finishes and 19
top 10’s during his title march.
Special Award winners in Insight ThunderCar Oval were presented to Billy Riddle
for Rookie of the Year, Alice Riall for the Rocky Tharp Memorial Sportsmanship
and Jeff Dick for Dedication.
Terry Malone Jr. and Herb Rose were awarded the Insight ThunderCar Figure 8
championship hardware. Malone drove the Wyatt Furniture sponsored car to five
wins, 16 top fives and 20 top 10s en route to the title.
Special Award winners in Insight ThunderCar Figure 8’s were presented to Billy
Riddle for Rookie of the Year, Paris Swallows Jr. for the Rocky Tharp Memorial
Sportsmanship and Herb Rose for Dedication.
Dustin Burge was crowned Chappy’s Rent to Own Front Wheel Drive Oval champion.
He grabbed four checkered flags, 11 fast times, 20 top-five finishes and 23 top
10s. Burge drove the No. 63 owned by Jim Stevens with sponsorship for Surber’s
Door & Windows.
Special Awards in Chappy’s Rent to Own Front Wheel Drive Oval were Travis Burge
for the Rocky Tharp Memorial Sportsmanship and Jim Stevens for Dedication.
Anderson’s Nick Warner and owner Jim Warner earned the inaugural Chappy’s Rent
to Own Front Wheel Drive Figure 8 championship. Warner drove to nine feature
wins, 22 top-five finishes and 23 top 10s en route to his first title.
Special Awards in Chappy’s Rent to Own Front Wheel Drive Figure 8’s were Cale
Ramey for the Rocky Tharp Memorial Sportsmanship and Randy Owen for Dedication.
For additional information contact Anderson Speedway at (765) 642-0206