Tyler Roahrig still seemed to be in shock last Saturday night that he was standing in victory lane at Anderson Speedway for the second time after winning the Lucas Oil Little 500 presented by UAW. While going through all the obligations of the winner.
Tyler Roahrig overcame adversity to win the 74th Annual Lucas Oil Little 500 presented by UAW Saturday night at Anderson Speedway. Roahrig, from Plymouth, Indiana, bounced back from a mid-race incident that saw Bobby Santos III get upside down and Roahrig spinning down the front stretch. The red flag saved Roahrig from losing a lap, setting him up to charge back through the field to take the lead back with 125 laps and holding off Dakota Armstrong after a caution setup a five-lap shootout at the finish. […]
Before the rains came to Anderson Speedway during the Glen Niebel Classic on July 10th, the casual observer might have confused the first unlimited Midget race on the high banks in 10 years for a Day Transportation Kenyon Midget show. […]