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Ken de la Bastide: Allmendinger makes Chase field
Lost in the media furor surrounding Tony Stewart last weekend was the fact that A.J. Almendinger qualified for the Sprint Cup chase for the championship.
- Speedway announces changes to races Anderson Speedway officials have announced changes to the racing programs on Oct. 4 and 11, along with the addition of an event on Oct. 25.
- Pierce dominates winged sprint action Daleville’s Aaron Pierce used a fast race car and lots of patience late in the race to win the winged sprint car feature at Anderson Speedway on Saturday.
- Winged sprint cars return to Anderson Speedway Anderson Speedway returns to racing action Saturday with the second appearance from the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series. The NASH FM ThunderCars and Front Wheel Drives Oval divisions will also be part of the racing program.
- Ken de la Bastide: Tragedy should lead to changes Since I learned last weekend of the tragic accident that took the life of Kevin Ward Jr. at a race track in upstate New York, I’ve been thinking of the impact it would have on auto racing.
NASCAR's Tony Stewart hits, kills driver on NY track
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart struck and killed a sprint car driver who had climbed from his car and was on the track trying to confront Stewart during a race in upstate New York on Saturday night.
- Tunny claims National Crown Ben Tunny is no stranger to winning at Anderson Speedway, adding the 65th running of the National Crown to his resume Saturday.
- Ken de la Bastide: National Crown in spotlight This Saturday marks the 65th running of the National Crown, acknowledged as the longest continuous stock car race in America. The Southern 500 at Darlington Speedway also started in 1950, but that race came to an end in 2004.
- Burge inherits Street Stock victory Dustin Burge inherited the lead with 15 laps remaining and went on to win his first Champion Racing Association Street Stock feature of the year.
Ken de la Bastide: Good racing across the board
This past weekend I got to witness four pretty good races at three different venues in central Indiana, none of them disappointed.
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