Ryan Frazee wins the FASTRAK Featureadmin
Also winning features where Nolan Dalton in the emods, Brandon Connor in the Pro Stocks, Anthony Monteparte in the Pure Stocks and Dylan Burkett in the four cylinder
Ryan Frazee and Zack Kane brought the FASTRAK Late Models out for their feature event. Frazee would take advantage of starting on the front row and jump out to the lead with Kane and Troy Shields in tow. Frazee would have a rocketship all night and lead all 20 laps and take his second win of the season at the track aboard the RW Frazee LLC, Ingram Engines Rocket. Kane would finish second, Shields was third and secured the 2020 track championship, Clate Copeman was fourth and fifth was Joe Moyer. Marino Angellicio was sixth followed by Jason Mullen in seventh, Vince Masi in eighth, Andrew Koenig was ninth and John Boring in tenth and Joe Zulisky. Kane and Frazee won the heat races.
Dustin Deuesenberry and Bruce Dreistadt brought the emod feature onto the track. At the drop of the green, third place starter Greg Hauger would move into the lead followed by Deusenberry and Cody Quarrick in tow. Quarrick would develope and oil leak and would drop out of the race. Hauger would lead the first seven laps until Nolan Dalton would make the pass and go on and take the win aboard the G Dalton LLC, DBRE, Brandit Racecar emod. Hauger would finishsecond, Dreistandt third, Quarrick fourth and Gager Piper was fifth. Deusenberry also won the heat race.
Cam Kraisinger and Tommy Dembowski would lead the Pro Stock feature on the track. At the drop of the green, Dembowski would jump out to the lead with Kraisinger and Brandon Connor in tow. On lap number four, Kraisinger would jump into the lead, but on lap seven, Dembowski would get by and lead up until turn four on lap 14, wjhem coming to the checkered flag, Connor would power off turn and take the lead and win at the start finish line. Connor, driving the Adam Auto Repair, Dave Klein Motorsports Chevrolet. Dembowski would finish second, third would be Kraisinger, Barry Farris in fourth and Brad Kotelas would finish fifth. Rounding out the field was Steve Mitchell, Chad Desmett, Ray Hickok Jr,, Brett Hutira and Martin Spade. Hickok would win the 2020 track Champion. Connor and Hickok won the heat races.
Anthony Monteparte and Brandon Dolland brought the Charger feature on to the track. At the drop of the green, Monteparte would jumped out to the lead with EJ Rozak and Greg Blystone in tow. Monteparte would lead all 12 laps and take the win and the 2020 track championship aboard the 66 Auto Supply, A-1 Machine D&M Racing Chevrolet. Rozak would take second with Blystoner in third, Dolland was fourth and Stephan Hazlett was fifth. Tyler Blystone was sixth, Johnm Hollis was seventh, Jake Weyer was eighth, Timothy Vandiner was ninth and Chris Piper was tenth. Rounding out the field was Joe Calvert, Jim Hixson, Joe Kotelas and Jim Zufall. Dolland and Monteparte won the heart races.
Dylan Burkett and Jason Rittenour brought the 4 cylinder feature onto the track. At the drop of the green, Burkett would jump out to the lead followed by Jack Theys and Rittenour. Burkett would lead all 12 laps, but contact on lap 11 would eliminate Theys. Burkett, driving the Burkett Family Racing Dodge would take his third win of the season. Jeremy Grubbs would finish second, Jay Swager Jr. third, Rittenour was fourth and Tyler Huffman fifth. Jeff Marlow sixth, Dale Grubbs in seventh, Tiffany McElhose in eighth, CJ Parrill in ninth and Mike Porter in tenth. Rounding out the field was Joe Huffman, Brett Orris, Brian Noel, Brendan Hazlett, Jack Theys, Justin Connor, David Needham, Brooks kaufman, Ben Aultz Jr amd Brian Spongler. Matt Weltz won the 2020 track championship. Dylan Burkett and Jason Rittenour won the heat races.