Austin Blais took over the Street Stock race on lap 17 and appeared like he would tack on another win until post race tech inspection determined that was not to be. Chris DeMoura led several laps and held on for second on the track and was awarded the victory after the 16 was dq’d, with Tony Oliviera picking up his best finish of the season for third, Steve Axon was fourth and Cory Fanning was fifth.
Dylan Estrella picked up his fourth win of the season in the 30 lap Late Model event, moving past Eddie LeClerc with several laps remaining to take over and cruise to the win. Bobby Pelland III worked his way into second over the final laps, with Bill Bernard, early leader Eddie LeClerc and Nick Lasoula third through fifth.
Rob Murphy made it four in a row and six on the season in the Sport Trucks, edging out defending champion John Paiva by .007 seconds. Chase Belcher finished third, with Mike Cavallaro and Nick Uhrig fourth and fifth.
Tom Scully Jr picked up his second win of the season in the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown round two. Tom took the lead over from Ken Spencer on the third lap, and held Spencer off for the final 62 laps as they raced nose to tail and side by side for the distance. Mike Brightman finshed third, with Angelo Belsito and Craig Weinstein rounding out the top five