After winning on the opening night of the season, Mike Bentley would make his return to victory lane for his second win of the season. The driver of the No. 51 Lattitude Effects Late Model made his way around the outside of Jason Witty with two laps to go to take the win.

Witty, driver of the No. 19 Carrot Express/LaRue Haulage/Queensville SOD Farms/Speedy Auto Machine/Matco Tools Late Model, won the first heat ahead of Tom Walters, Taylor Holdaway, Nick Goetz, Sean Grosman, Andy Kamrath, Dwayne Baker, Gary Elliott, Derek Frohlich, Frank Davey and Bill Gallant.

 Bentley won the second heat ahead of Anthony Simone, Scott Beatty, Bruce Rankin, Billy Zardo, Chris Morrow, Herb Walters, Lane Zardo, Dave Barlett, Ernie Fumerton and John Mitchell.

Dwayne Baker drove his No. 48 Centennial Chrysler/Baker Performance Parts/Zancor Homes/Canadian Towing Equipment/Clearview Heating & Cooling/Air Liquide Late Model to victory lane in the third heat ahead of Tom Walters, Kamrath, Witty, Elliott, Grosman, Holdaway, Goetz, Davey and Frohlich.

For the first two laps of the final heat, Zardo brothers Billy and Lane ran side-by-side till the lead and it lasted till Lane had to make his way down pit road due to a flat tire. Bentley went for the daily double ahead of Billy Zardo, Beatty, Morrow, Rankin, Fumerton, Simone, Herb Walters and Mitchell.

In the feature, Jason Witty grabbed the lead on lap one after starting second ahead of Rankin while Billy Zardo and Simone battled for third. Zardo cleared Simone on lap two and tried to get by Rankin, however Rankin held down the spot. Holdaway passed Simone on lap six to move into the fourth position behind Witty, Rankin and Zardo.

Morrow would get alongside Simone for fifth on lap eight when Beatty would make contact with Simone. Simone would get right sideways off of turn four, but managed to get the car straight and continue. The first caution then flew the next lap for Tom Walters having a flat tire due to contact with Dwayne Baker in turns one and two. Walters came down pit road and got the tire changed. With 22 laps to go, Witty led Rankin, Billy Zardo, Holdaway, Morrow, Simone, Beatty, Kamrath, Baker, Bentley, Grosman and Goetz.

Witty kept the lead on the restart while Billy Zardo and Rankin battled for second till the caution flew once again for Davey having problems off of turn two.

Like the previous restart, Witty would keep the lead once again now ahead of Billy Zardo and Morrow as Rankin and Beatty battled side-by-side for fourth. Rankin held Beatty off, leaving Beatty to battle with Holdaway for fifth.

On lap 11, Rankin would get major sideways off of turn two, yet managed to keep it going. Rankin then made contact with the frontstretch wall on lap 12, yet once again, kept it going.

 On lap 13, Witty continued to lead ahead of Billy Zardo and Morrow while Holdaway and Bentley battled for fourth. Bentley would pass Holdaway on lap 15, followed by a pass on Morrow on lap 17. Bentley continued his climb through the field, passing Zardo for second on lap 24. Bentley would then wheel Witty in and with three laps to go, the pair were alongside for the lead.

On the last lap, Mike Bentley cleared Jason Witty off of turn two and went on to grab the victory for his second of the year. Billy Zardo finished third, followed by Dwayne Baker and Chris Morrow. Taylor Holdaway finished sixth, followed by Andy Kamrath, Tom Walters, Bruce Rankin and Nick Goetz.