In Kentucky Fried Chicken Late Model action it would be Bob Finlay picking up the feature over Michigan Motorsports Hall of Famer Roger Wing, Carl Reis, Sam Epling and Jay VanDyke. Justin McNeil started on the pole and would lead the first handful of laps before a mistake in turn three would allow Finlay to sneak by take over the lead. It looked as though lap traffic would be a major player but right as the leaders started to pick up the tail of the field a caution would fly and Finlay would have open track in front of him and would not look back.
Roger Wing and Dean Huizenga picked up checkered flags in their heat races.
With a small field of Outlaw Late Models in the house, high speed would be the norm while much side by side racing would be far and few in between. John McDonald would start on the pole of the 20 lap feature event and would lead wire to wire to pick up the win. The only significant event of the night would happen in turn number one when the 05 car of Aaron Morey would fall off the top of the track and his momentum would carry him into the trees and swamp. Morey would be ok but would not be able to rejoin the field. Matt Pickard would finish second, third place would go to Joshua Knoll, Kevin Nelson Jr. and Jason Parkhurst would round out the top five. Heat race action would go to McDonald as well.