Rookie Driver Chad Chastain makes it two wins in a row

3rd was Dominick Trautner and 4th was Kelsey Prevalt,

good job to all the kids and their pit crews.

Fan participation had nine cars and trucks and even a suburban to do battle for bragging rights and the trophy. It was the BIG Dodge truck that out ran them all and was the winner.

Pro Trucks came out and brought lots of drama, beating, banging and good hard racing and some tempers were hot. Michael Burns jumped out to an early lead and had the 25 of Darin McCurdy behind him battling the 99 of Rick Penton for that second spot. With just two laps in the books the first caution came out for the 77 who spun and before they could get another lap in, another caution for Travis Gossard spinning Whitney Poole and Gossard was sent to the rear. Poole had to pit with a flat tire and would take up the rear along side of Gossard for the restart. Beating and banging and fighting for position till they saw ten laps left on the board and they were all in it to win it. Lap twenty eight two cautions came out, drivers fighting for postion, trying to make a lane were there was not enough room and it was Gossard who got sent to the rear again for driving over the 14 of Sam Scott who had to pit with a flat tire. Gossard was not happy with the call and when it was all said and done, had to be sent to the pits to be able to continue the race. Michael was on the pole and sister Kelli Burns outside and not sure what the fastest truck of the night was trying to do on the restart but when Kelli got by her brother she brought Rick Penton with her and shuffled Michale back to third. Michael got sent to the rear for bringing out the last caution with five to go and Whitney Poole had battled her way back up to third. Kelli went on to win the feature with Poole passing Penton for second and Michael made his way back up for third while Penton was fourth and Travis Miller fifth.

Road Warrior had an exciting race that saw Justin Teston out in front of the field for the first five laps and looked as if he was racing on dirt slinging that cars out of the turns. Teston took it three wide down the front stretch when it appeared him and Rick Reed locked bumpers and came to a stop in turn one. Teston got the call on that one and had to start in the rear and it was Jason Miller who took the lead and fought for position with Chris Scott. Miller checked out and it was a close race behind him for position but when the checkers flew it was Chris Loney from Naples that crossed the line for second, Rick Reed third and Richard Nelson fourth.

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