LEBABON, Ind – Baer Field Speedway and Angola Motor Speedway will each host races in the United States Speed Ass’n Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW.
The two northern Indiana tracks will join Anderson (Ind.) Speedway in the USSA family of race tracks.
The two northern Indiana tracks will join Anderson (Ind.) Speedway in the USSA family of racetracks.
Angola Motor Speedway, located in Fremont, Ind., will host the USSA non-winged sprint cars on Saturday, July 26. The race will mark USSA’s first trip to the high-banked three-eighths mile oval.
Baer Field Speedway, located just south of Ft. Wayne, Ind., will feature the Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW on Friday night, June 13. The half-mile oval will also feature a night of country music to close out the race weekend on Saturday, June 14.
Anderson Speedway continues to anchor the Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW. The USSA Sprint Car season will open on the high banks of Anderson Speedway on Sunday, April 27 with the 100-lap Glen Niebel Classic. Next up is the 66th Pay Less Little 500 on May 24, which will be held in conjunction with Must See Racing.
The season championship will close its books when the second annual Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW “Making Strides 50” highlights Anderson’s Oct. 4 event..
“We’re excited about adding Angola and Baer Field to our schedule,” said Danny Ernstes of UAW Motorsports. “Both tracks are within the UAW’s footprint, allowing the men and women from our locals and retiree chapters to support the races and race teams,” Ernstes explained.