Magner, Clark, M. Hines, Jackson Feature Winnersby Chris Nuun Aaron Fields and Jeremy Hines made up the front row for the UMP Super Stock main with the first two attempts at a start brought back due to incidents. The third attempt was clean and one lap was completed before the caution flew for debris in turn four. Jason Combs inherited the lead and brought the field to the restart with Randy Petro shooting to second. Petro then took the lead from Combs on lap three, using the highside of the track. The caution flew again on lap five, as Larry Booher dropped fluid on the race track and Mike Cawood spun in it in turn one. Petro led the field to the green on the restart, with Combs and Tom Ault in tow. Hines moved around Ault for third on lap six coming down the front stretch. Hines and Combs then battled for second with Combs holding Hines off on lap nine. At the halfway mark, it was Petro, Combs, Hines, Tim Clark, and Ault making up the top five. Clark then moved under Hines to take the third spot on lap 12, using the low groove. Debris in turn three brought out the caution on lap 13. The top four changed on the restart as Petro shoved high and lost numerous spots coming out of turn two. Combs took the lead with Clark in second, and Hines third. Disaster struck combs with three to go as he broke, giving the lead to Clark. Clark was able to hold on and lead the last three laps to pick up the win. Danny Hupp and Mickey Hines made up the front row of the UMP Pure Stock main with Hines leading lap one ahead of Hupp. Dan Sallee and Bodi Henry battled for third before the caution flew for debris In turn one on lap two. On the restart, Sallee took second away from Hupp on lap three and set his sights on the leader Hines. The caution flew on lap seven, as Brian Ballard pulled into the infield, and Daniel Schepers had nowhere to go and made contact on the backstretch. On the restart, Hupp took second from Sallee, as Sallee fell backwards. Cody Vanosdol took third , but had Sallee right on his bumper. Up front, Hupp made a move for the lead on lap 11, but wasn’t able to make it stick. The gap between first and second remained at a car length with six laps to go. The caution flew as the white flag was coming out as Vanosdol lost his tire coming out of turn four. Hines took the green on the restart and was able to hold off the field on the green, white, checkered finish to take the win. Jeremy Smith and Lucas Jackson led the Hornet main event to the green with Jackson leading lap one. Brad Ray took second from Smith, bringing Josh Turner with him to third. Mason Covey battled with Smith for the fourth position. The third place car of Turner lost his tire going into turn one, bringing out the caution and putting him pitside. The caution flew on the restart for Amber Stitt in turn three. On the restart, Jackson shot out to the lead over Ray and Smith. Jackson began to open his lead up to a half straight over Ray by the halfway point. Smith, Tyler Blythe, and Mike Fluhr completed the top five. With five laps to go, Jackson held almost a full straight lead over Ray, and was able to keep it en route to the victory Greg Johnson and Joe Janowski took the Late Model feature to the green with Johnson leading Dillan White to the stripe for lap one. The top three of Johnson, White, and Janowski ran the high side of the track, as Alan Magner took fourth from Greg Kendall on lap five. Shannon Reed then moved around Kendall for the fifth position on lap six. White began to move in to challenge Johnson for the lead on lap eight, but Johnson was able to hold him off. White threw a slider on Johnson on lap ten to take the lead, but Johnson fought back and retook the position on lap 12. White and Johnson traded sliders for the next three laps as Janowski moved in to make it a three way battle for the lead. The caution slowed the momentum as Jeff Mounce spun on lap 17. On the restart, Alan Magner moved under Janowski for third. White threw a massive slide job on Johnson with two laps to go, as Magner moved in as well to overtake White for second. Coming down the backstretch on the final lap, Johnson, Magner, and White ran three wide coming out of turn three, and Magner took the bottom groove and led the final 30 feet of an absolutely epic main event.