How to find us: Click map for driving directions

Anderson Speedway is located off Interstate 69 at Exit 22. Take Martin Luther King Blvd. North for 3.5 miles.
Track is on the right!

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Location Address:

Anderson Speedway

1311 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Anderson, IN 46016-3964

Mailing Address
Anderson Speedway
P.O. Box 2440
Anderson, IN 46018


General Email:


(765) 642-0206

(765) 642-0472


Office Hours:
Monday - Friday  (10 AM - 4 PM)


 Official Track Personnel

Denny Adams, Public Address Announcer, Host of Track Talk
Clif Blossom, Marketing Director
Rick Dawson, Co-Owner / President
Ed Fouse, Safety Director
Tom Hammond, Host of Track Talk
Kyle Larson, Office Manager / Public Relations Director
Bill Noel, Technical Director
Carlos Stapleton, Track Chaplain
Jim Saxon,
Race Director
Skip Waymire, Co-Owner

Anderson Speedway History

Constructed in 1948, historic Anderson Speedway is celebrating its 59th consecutive year of racing in 2006. Situated on over 35 acres near downtown Anderson, the Speedway presents some of the most exciting racing action you will find anywhere.

The quarter mile, asphalt track features 17 degree banking in the corners, which creates speeds unique to most short tracks. A record 10.444 second lap was run by Jimmy McCune in 2004 in a winged sprint car. Drivers have said of driving at the Speedway, “It’s like flying a jet airplane in a gymnasium.”

The Speedway boasts 10,000 seats situated 360 degrees around the track, which insures a good view from any location. VIP luxury suites in turn one provide a great view and venue for corporate outings and parties.

Anderson Speedway is nationally recognized for the annual Pay Less / Remy International Little 500 each Memorial Day weekend. 33 sprint cars start in 11 colorful rows of three in this annual 500-lap test of man and machine the night before the Indianapolis 500. The Little 500 trophy is a prize cherished by race drivers worldwide.

In addition to the weekly divisions of Super Trucks, Street Stocks, Figure 8’s, Legends and stock cars, Anderson Speedway plays host to several national sanctioning bodies.  In 1998, Anderson Speedway was awarded the USAC “Promoter of the Year Award” and in 1999 received the “National Speed Sport News Short Track Event of the Year Award” for the Pay Less Little 500.

Anderson Speedway prides itself in providing good, wholesome family entertainment at a reasonable cost. Fans of all ages fill the track at each event.

Racing runs from April to October each Saturday night at 8 p.m. and each Friday night from May through September.