In his third feature of the year, Dwayne Baker would score his second win as he would hold off Jeff Hanley and Shane Maginnis. The 2013 Don Biederman Memorial Champion battled side-by-side with Maginnis for many laps before taking the lead in the late stages behind the wheel of his No. 48 Zancor Homes, Innisfil Machine and Welding and Baker Performance Parts Super Late Model.

Baker won the first heat ahead of Kevin Cornelius, Jesse Kennedy, Glenn Watson, Ian Bourque, Cory Jones and Roy Passer.

On lap one of the second heat, Brent McLean spun to bring out the caution. Andrew Gresel drove his No. 81 CUSW/Sauble Falls/McRobert Fuels Super Late Model to victory lane ahead of Maginnis, Derrike Tiemersma, Wayne Issacs, Shane Gowan, McLean and Rob Gibson.

Brandon Watson won the third heat behind the wheel of his No. 9 The Smart Exchange – Propane Cylinder Exchange, Ken MacKinnon Construction, Barrie Frame & Alignment, and Knightworks Design Super Late Model ahead of Hanley, Mike Beyore, Tyler Hawn, Sean Cronan and J.R. Fitzpatrick.

Glenn Watson won the fourth heat behind the wheel of his No. 22 Line-X Protective Coatings – Barrie, Race2way.ca, Rival Office Solutions and Williamson Uxbridge GM Super Late Model ahead of Cornelius, Baker, Bourque, Roy Passer and Jones. Kennedy was on track but pulled off with two laps to go.

Tiemersma won the fifth heat behind the wheel of his No. 7 Wayfreight, Speedy Auto Machine, Castrol and Spira Fire Protection Super Late Model ahead of Maginnis, Gresel, Issacs, Gowan, McLean and Gibson.

Jeff Hanley won the final heat behind the wheel of his No. 70 Raylene Racing Inc and Carmen Auto Sales Super Late Model ahead of Cronan, Brandon Watson, Beyore and Hawn.

In the feature, Shane Maginnis drew the pole and battle side-by-side with Dwayne Baker early for the lead in his No. 03 Kerr Cadillac Goodwrench Service, Meguiar’s Canada, Douglas Engines and Canadian Linen and Uniform Service Super Late Model. The pair battled side-by-side till the caution flew on lap three for Sean Cronan having problems . With 47 laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Jeff Hanley, Brandon Watson, Andrew Gresel and Kevin Cornelius.

On the restart, Maginnis pulled ahead of Baker, Watson and Hanley while Gresel and Cornelius battled side-by-side for sixth. Contact between the rookies on lap eight resulted in Cornelius’ hitting the outside front stretch wall, however continued without a caution. The caution flew, though, on lap 10 when Mike Beyore spun Cornelius. With 40 laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Watson, Hanley, Gresel, Glenn Watson, Derrike Tiemersma, Wayne Issacs, Jesse Kennedy, Ian Bourque, Tyler Hawn, Shane Gowan, Roy Passer, Cory Jones, Cornelius, Beyore, Rob Gibson, Brent McLean and Cronan.

On the restart, Maginnis and Baker battled side-by-side once again with Baker grabbing the lead on lap 12 ahead of Maginnis, Brandon Watson, Hanley and Gresel. Though the lead wouldn’t stand for Baker as the third caution flew for Gibson spinning. With 38 laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Brandon Watson, Hanley, Gresel, Glenn Watson, Tiemersma, Issacs, Kennedy, Cornelius, Hawn, Passer, Beyore, Gowan, Jones, Gibson, McLean, Bourque and Cronan.

On the restart, Maginnis and Baker battled side-by-side all the way till the fourth caution for Bourque spinning on the backstretch on lap 17. The incident actually started back in turn one when Issacs came down on Cornelius, causing Cornelius to slow down. Cornelius slowing down caused the domino effect with McLean hitting Jones and Jones spinning Bourque. With 33 laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Brandon Watson, Gresel, Hanley, Glenn Watson, Tiemesma, Hawn, Issacs, Beyore, Passer, Gowan, McLean, Jones, Bourque, Cornelius, Gibson, Kennedy and Cronan.

There’d be another caution on the restart when Gibson would spin in turn two trying to stay off of Kennedy.

On the restart, Maginnis pulled ahead while Baker and Gresel battled for second. Baker cleared Gresel on lap 19, leaving Gresel to battle with Brandon Watson for third. Gresel would hold off Watson, leaving Watson to battle with his uncle Glenn for fourth. The battle wouldn’t last long as on lap 23 the sixth caution would fly when Passer, Gibson and Jones got together in turns one and two. With 28 laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Gresel, Brandon Watson, Hanley, Glenn Watson, Tiemersma, Hawn, Issacs, McLean, Gowan, Kennedy, Bourque, Cornelius, Passer and Cronan.

On the restart, Maginnis pulled ahead once again while Baker and Brandon Watson battled for second. Baker grabbed second on lap 26, while Brandon battled with Gresel for third. However, the caution flew on lap 29 for the seventh time when Hanley spun Hawn. With 21 laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Brandon Watson, Gresel, Glenn Watson, Hanley, Gowan, McLean, Kennedy, Cornelius, Passer.

On the restart, Maginnis pulled ahead as he done the other times followed by Baker, Gresel, Brandon Watson and Hanley. On lap 38, Hanley got by Watson for fourth. The eighth caution came out on lap 44 when Hawn got into the turn four wall all by himself. With six laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Gresel, Hanley, Brandon Watson, Glenn Watson, Tiemersma, Cornelius, Kennedy, Issacs, Gowan, McLean, Bourque, Passer and Hawn with Maginnis choosing the outside for the restart.

The ninth caution flew on the restart when Brandon Watson and Gresel came together in turn two, both going around. Gresel reported afterwards that his power steering line broke. So now with six to go it was Maginnis leading Baker, Hanley, Glenn Watson, Tiemersma, Cornelius, Kennedy, Issacs, Gowan, McLean, Bourque and Passer.

The 10th caution would fly on the restart when Tiemersma would slow on the backstretch, getting turned into the wall by Kennedy. Still six laps to go, it was Maginnis leading Baker, Hanley, Glenn Watson, Cornelius, Issacs, Gowan, McLean, Bourque and Passer.

The third attempt at a restart failed once again as Cornelius would spin trying to stay off of Glenn Watson and Hanley when the pair made contact going into turn three. Issacs would then back contact with Cornelius afterwards.

The fourth attempt at a restart brought out the 12th caution when McLean was spun by Gowan. Still with six laps to go, Issacs led Baker, Hanley, Glenn Watson, Bourque, Brandon Watson, Passer, Tiemersma, Hawn, Gresel, Cornelius, Kennedy, Issacs and Gowan.

On the restart, Maginnis and Baker battled side-by-side for the lead till the 13th caution flew on lap 46 due to an incident with Passer and Issacs. With four laps to go, Maginnis led Baker, Glenn Watson, Hanley, Brandon Watson, Tiemersma, Bourque, Hawn, Gresel and Cornelius.

On the restart, Baker grabbed the lead from Maginnis ahead of Hanley, Glenn Watson and Brandon Watson.

Dwayne Baker would lead the final three laps to pick up his second win of the season. Jeff Hanley would squeeze by Shane Maginnis at the end to grab the second spot. Glenn Watson and Brandon Watson rounded out the top five.

Derrike Tiemersma ran sixth, followed by Ian Bourque, Andrew Gresel, Tyler Hawn and Kevin Cornelius.