Behind the leaders, Cousins Tony and Louis Carbone put on a great battle with defending divisional champ Jeff Szafraniec for third place. Heavy lap traffic proved to be the great equalizer on several occasions but Powers was unable to capitalize and complete the pass for the lead.
Russo would pick up the win over Powers with Szafraniec and Tony Carbone completing the top four with Louis Carbone finishing in fifth.
Lee Sharpsteen and Tim Welshans were on the front row for the visiting Big 10 Super Stocks series to the green flag and it was Sharpsteen getting the early race lead over Tim Welshans, Jason Dieter, Wayne Bernhardt and Joe Mancuso racing in the top five early on in their 35 lap feature event.
Series Point’s leader going into the feature Mike Ramos was racing his way through the field and was inside the top five by lap 10. Jason Dieter and Joe Mancuso would battle for several laps for the number three spot which turned into the battle for second after Tim Welshans came into the infield with a flat right rear tire. Lap traffic became havoc for the race leaders throughout the event but Sharpsteen was able to open up his leading over the battle for second,
Lee Sharpsteen would pull away from the field and picked up his first career win at Holland. Joe Mancuso would cross the line in second while Jason Dieter crossed the line in third. However, Mancuso, Dieter and fourth place finisher Mike Ramos were all found to be illegal in post race tech.