In the Mini Stock feature Mark Grove took the lead from pole-sitter Shane Sixeas on the second circuit and showed the way until lap 14. A restart on lap fourteen had the field bunched up and when Groves car did not come back up to speed Gary Dehart dove to the inside for the lead.
Dehart had to fend off Frank Gordon the final five laps to seal the victory. Jeremy Ott came from starting eighth to finish third, ahead of Ronnie Garlock and Bill Kennedy.
The Super Stock feature had several twists with the winner not decided until well after the checkered flag fell. Devin Hart led the first two laps but was forced to pit under caution for a loose rear bumper.
Carl Miller took over the top spot at that point but only could only hold it for three laps before his transmission failed and he was done. Austin Johnson inherited the lead on lap six.
Hart made his way back to second, but could not find a way to get around Johnson. It was the first win of Johnsons career, or so he thought.
After the race a fight broke out in the grandstands involving someone associated with Johnsons team. Fighting is an automatic disqualification, whether it is the driver or someone associated with the team. The disqualification gave the win to Hart, followed by Adam Imes, Joey Burdge, Miller and Curtis Guyer.