Nate Straus and Terry Weldy led the Street Stocks to the green flag for their feature event with Weldy showing the advantage in the Weber racing number 22. On the second lap, second generation driver Matt Druar raced his way past Straus to move into the runner up spot and started to go after his teammate Weldy, who was driving the car usually campaigned by Heather Weber. With Weldy and Druar controlling the front of the field, Jake Lyon was on the move in his TDH Refrigeration sponsored No. 29. Lyon moved into third place by lap 10 and started to get closer and closer to the top two cars. Lap traffic almost played a factor late in the going but Weldy was able to hold off Druar to score the victory.
Nelson Rung and Cody Mollnow led the NYPAMA TQ Midgets to the green flag for their 20 lap feature event with Rung showing the way. Vinnie Christiano Jr hit the turn two wall to slow the field down for the first time on lap two. Christiano was able to continue on racing. On the restart it was Rung and Jonathan Reid on the front row and it was Reid taking the advantage and getting the race lead over Kyle Hutchinson, Camden Barber and Dave Wollaber. Hutchinson and Barber went three wide with Nelson Rung as Barber moved into second, Just one lap later, Barber took over the race lead on lap five.
Wollaber would get around Hutchinson for third and quickly passed Hutchinson for second place on lap seven. Meanwhile Shawn Nye and Andy Jankowiak went side by side for several laps for fifth place. Wollaber went to the outside of Barber at the races halfway point and cleared Barber going into turn four to complete lap 11. While the leaders hit lap traffic, Shawn Nye continued his charge to the front as he passed Reid for third. Wollaber would then hold off a hard charging Camden Barber and Shawn Nye to score the victory.
The Palmer family father and son duo of Robert and Donald “Butcher” Palmer were on the front row for the 4 Cylinder Hornets and it was Butcher showing the way. Kenny Hejna took over the race lead on lap two with Chris Powers in second and was followed by the Dice Racing teammates of Jeff Szafraniec and Ben Russo.
Powers took over the race lead on lap four and Szafraniec moved into the runner up spot. With Powers showing the way, Ben Russo was able to move into third after getting around early race leader Hejna. Russo was not done yet as passed his teammate Szafraniec for the runner up spot before the races halfway point. Powers would go on to hold off Ben Russo and Kenny Hejna to claim his third Hornet feature of the 2013 season.
Robert Palmer and Waylon Price started on the front row for the M&M U Pull-It Figure 8’s and it was Price getting the early advantage. Price had to serve a stop and go penalty and handing the lead to Bill Lutz before the races halfway point. Lutz would then hold off Jason Eck and Kenny Hejna to pick up his first Figure 8 car feature event of the season.