The KFC Late Model race saw Scott Baker pocket another feature win as he worked his way to the front to finish ahead of Matt Pickard, Dean Huizenga,
Twenty one Kentucky Fried Chicken late models took to the track and heats went to Zach Olger, Dean Huizenga, and Tom Dusen. It was Rob Brillhart and Zach Olger starting on the front row and those two were side by side but eventually Olger took the lead.
Nineteen Kentucky Fried Chicken Late models were on hand tonight. The thirty lap feature slowed early when, on lap three, the 88 machine of Bob Findley lost an axle and came to a stop in turn three. On The restart Kyle Borgman, the Tri-City champion in 2011, went around on his own and the field slowed yet again.