Date of birth: 16.07.1968
Place of birth: Wildwood
Citizenship: United States
Wayne Anderson, born July 16, 1968 in Wildwood, Florida (Wildwood, Florida), and graduated from high school in 1986. He took part in two championships NASCAR Pro-Series in 1999 and 2001. He also participated in the Camping World Truck Series and Sprint Cup Series, and the first of them has twice finished in the composition of the top ten. He also won the championship FASCAR.
Together with his father and Alan Bruns (Alan Bruns), he worked on the creation of the championship Florida All Stars Tour and it was the only winner as the race was born and died in 2010. In 2001, Anderson was able to win the Snowball Derby.
In 1987, Anderson received the award `Newcomer goda` (Rookie of the Year) and on Bronson Speedway Lakeland Speedway.
Six years later he became the champion of FASCAR, winning the Orlando Speedworld and New Smyrna Speedway.
In 1994, he finished second in the United Stock Car Alliance series. A year later he took 5th place in his first race of the NASCAR Slim Jim All-Pro Series at the track Nashville Superspeedway.
In 1996, he played in all competitions in the series and has won a total of one race, he won 5 pole positions and took 2nd place in the standings `Beginners goda`.
In 1997, he participated in two races Truck Series, All-Pro Series, and the NASCAR Busch North Series (now - NASCAR K & N Pro Series East) and the NASCAR Southwest Touring Series.
In 1998, Wayne took part in most of the races Craftsman Truck Series Series (now Camping World Truck Series), and played in All-Pro Series. The All-Pro Series, he won the first race of the season, and in the Truck Series twice entered the top ten.
In 1999, Anderson won the championship Slim Jim All-Pro Series, and won the All American 400 Nasheville Superspeedway, the Governor`s Cup (Governor`s Cup) and scored the most number of wins in the series. A year later, he became the champion of Speedweeks Super Late Model, and won the highest number of victories in the All-Pro Series series.
In 2001, Anderson became the champion of All-Pro Series for the second time, and the most popular driver in the polls. In the same year he won the Snowball Derby. Then he won the Texas Big Shot and Southern All Stars. In addition, he participated in the American Association of speed races (American Speed ??Association, ASA).
In 2003, Wayne became the champion Speedweeks Super Late Model for the second time, and the winner Pete orr Memorial races. In addition, he has performed in competitions ARCA Remax Series, once finished in the composition of the top five, and twice as part of the top ten as a result of participation in the four races.
More on account of Anderson victory in the Triple Crown Championship and the Governor`s Cup victory in a series of Florida Sunbelt Series. A year later, he won the second time Florida Sunbelt Series.
In 2005, Anderson was involved in one of the races Nextel Cup Series (now it`s Sprint Cup Series). In 2007, he returned to the series of ARCA Racing Series, but has participated in only one race.