Officials of the United States Speed Association in Lebanon, Indiana, and Anderson Speedway have announced they will add Saturday September 21, to the Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW schedule.
The high banks of Anderson Speedway are home to the Pay Less Little 500, the richest race in pavement sprint car racing. The historic track also hosted the inaugural race, the Glen Niebel Classic, for the Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW in April.
Jacob Wilson won the 65th Pay Less Little 500 in May, while Aaron Pierce topped the podium at the April Glen Niebel Classic.
California’s Tony Hunt currently stands on top of the Sprint Car Challenge Series Point standings.
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