Jon Lee wins the Steel Block Late Model Specialadmin
Also winning features where Brent Trimble in the FASTRAK Late Models, Jamie Barber in the Pro Stocks, Anthony Montepart in the Pure Stocks and Ed Leonard in the four cylinders
Caleb Whiteford and Rich Wicker bought the Steel Late Model feature onto the track. At the drop of the green, Wicker jumped out to the lead, but one of th4e fastest cars on the track was sixed place starter Jon Lee and fourth place starter Nick Erskine. One lap seven, Lee would take the lead from Wicker and go on the take the win aboard the Blose Logging, Russ King Racing Rocket. Wicker would take second followed by Acello Race Uniforms Hard Charger Paul Ivory in third, Erskine in fourth and Jack Sarnovsky in fifth. Rounding out the field was Bernie Whiteford Jr, Ryan Cladwell, Steve Scaife, Caleb Whiteford, Andrew Komlosky Jr, Gaber Shaffer and Rick Strong., Jon Lee and Caleb Whiteford won the heat races.
Andrew Koenig and Brent Trimble brought the FASTRAK Late Models out for their feature event. Trimble would take advantage of starting on the frontrow and jump out to the lead with Koenig and Jason Mullen in tow. One of the fastest cars on the track was Clate Copeman. On lap 18, Copeman moved into second place, but would not be able to catch Trimble. Trimble would lead all 20 laps and take his second career win at the track as he won an emod feature back in 2005. Trimble was driving the WG Motorsports Rocket. Copeman would finish second with Mullen finishing third, Marino Angelicchio was fourth and Joe Zulisky was fifth. Rounding out the field was Zack Kane, Bob Swartzmiller, Rob Lyons, Ryan Frazee, Koenig, Vince Masi, Mike Cuthbert, Troy Shields and Russell Baird Jr. Koenig and Trimble won the heat races.
Tommy Dembowski and Brent McDonald would lead the Pro Stock feature on the track. At the drop of the green, Dembowski would jump out to the lead with Jamie Barber and Ray Hickok Jr in tow. On lap two, Barber would take the lead and him and Brandon Conner would put on a driving clinic as they battled hard for the lead. Barber would take the win by half a car length over Connor aboard the Trump Train sponsored Pro Stock. Connor would finish second followed by Hickok in third, Marty Spade in fourth and Dembowski in fifth. Rounding out the field was Barry Farris, Brett Hutera, McDonald, Erik Weyant, Chad Desmett and Duke Davidson. Hickok and Farris won the heat races.
Anthony Monteparte and Stephan Hazlett brought the Charger feature on to the track. At the drop of the green, Monteparte would jumped out to the lead with Brandon Dolland and Hazlett in tow. Monteparte would go on and lead all 12 laps and collect his fourth win of the 2020 season aboard the D&M Racing, Vinyl Destination Chevrolet. EJ Rozak would finish second followed by Greg Blystone in third, Mike Betton in fourth and Dolland in fifth. Rounding out the field was Joey Kotelas, Hazlett, John Hollis, Jake Weyer, Shawn McGinus, Jim Zufall, Nathan Howe, Shawn McGinus,Ron Ramsey, Chris Hickok and Bill Schramm. Hickok and Montepart won the heat races.
Dale Grubbs and Ed Leonard brought the 4 cylinder feature onto the track. On lap one, Dylan Burkett and Grubbs got together with Burkett ending up on his roof. Burkett would be ok. Once the green was back out, the fastest car on the track was the 717 with new driver Jack Theys, On lap number four, They would take the lead, but it would come undone on lap 10 when he lost a rear tire. Leonard would get the lead back and go on and take the win followed by David Sail in second, Jay Swager Jr in third, Jamie Noble in fourth and Brian Noel in fifth. Rounding out the field was Mike Porter, Tiffany McElhose, Tyler Huffman, Brett Orris, Justin Connors, Theys, Brenden Hazlett, Kaitlynn Spangler, Skyler Eckenrode, Adam Jones, Ashton Daughenbaugh, David Needham, Grubbs, Burkett, Michael Phillipson, Joe Huffman and Jeremy Grubbs. Dale Grubbs, Jack Theys and Ed Leonard won the heat races.