About Wayne


You might say Wayne Anderson’s success on the track is in his genes. As so many great drivers before him, he grew up around racing. His father, Dick Anderson, is known as Florida’s Short Track King and notably is one of the best Super Late Model drivers in Florida racing history.

After graduating from high school in ’86, the younger Anderson went straight to the track! He took Rookie of the Year honors at both Bronson and Lakeland Speedways in ’87. Success continued on local tracks around the state of Florida for the next several years with a number of wins and top finishes.

Anderson ran his first full year in the NASCAR All-Pro Series during the ’96 season wearing two hats. Anderson played crew chief in the garage and driver on the track. With numerous wins to his credit, Wayne Anderson has proven his worth behind the wheel and has made his own mark in the racing world! Anderson holds an impressive record when it comes to titles in the racing community. Among those titles include: