Twenty-six Late Models started their feature with Scott Gurdak taking the lead, but caution for a four car pile up on the back straight on lap one slowed the race. Again Gurdak took off in the lead with John Lacki second. Debris in turn was the reason for the next race slowing yellow. At lap three Ed Carley took over at the front, but his lead was negated by the yellow for a four-car skirmish in turn four. On the first lap after green, Carley began working the high side, coming by Gurdak for the lead on lap five. When the leaders came into lapped traffic, Gurdak closed the gap and began challenging for the lead as Scott Johnson came to second. At lap 22 Gurdak was on the high side of the leader, but Carley held on for his first-ever win at Stateline. Gurdak was second with Johnson third, Dan Armbruster fourth and Chad Ruhlman fifth.
The Championship for the Limited Late Models saw Andy Sweetland lead the first four of the twenty-five laps from the pole. Then Tom Hagberg spun in turn four and Ed Simmer did the same in turn one. After the restart, only ¾ of a lap got into the books before four cars piled up in turn four, again bringing out caution. John Pencille wrested the lead at the restart with Bobby Rohrer coming to second at lap 7. Another caution ensued when Scott Cooney spun in turn two, collecting Brian Fardink in the process. Bobby Rohrer came to the lead at lap seventeen with Scott Gurdak coming to second a lap later. Rohrer wound up with the Championship win, followed by Gurdak, Pencille, Pat McGuire, and Mike Coyle.
Eighteen E-Mods took the green flag from Spanky Hall with Dale Applebee grabbing the immediate lead, but the caution flag came out for a wreck on turn one with Jeff Hellwig and James Irwin. Again the green waved with Applebee again going to the front from his outside front row starting spot. Quincy Turner then began challenging the leader, taking over at the front on lap three. Two laps later it was Dave Hess at the front. After another caution at lap six, Hess lengthened his lead to a near-quarter lap at the checkers. Turner wound up second with Justin Carlson third, Mike Hess fourth, and Al Cressley filling out the top five.
Chris Kuschel led three-quarters of lap one, and then went high coming out of turn four, slapping the front-straight retaining wall, ending his night. Bobby Rohrer then led while Randy Parmenter was making his way through the pack. Parmenter took over at the point on lap three. Chad Carlson came to second at lap four, but was never able to mount a serious challenge as Parmenter, a former class champion, went on to his third win of the season. Carlson was second with Don McGuire third.
Brian Swift led to the second turn of the second Spectator feature, then spun his mount in front of the field, bringing out the caution at the end of lap one. Wade Watson then took over at the front, leading to the checkers for his first win of the season. Barrett Brown wound up second by a fender with Derrick Dickerson third.
Feature 1: Mark Ramsey, Steve Keith, Joe McMurdy, Chris Couchenour, Tommy Fox, Kevin Brumett, Rush Firestone, Bill Van Volkenburg, Nate Lester, Dennis Lunger, Rick Thompson, Dana Wellington, Wade Mohawk, Pat Passanise, Paul Norman, John Kelsey, Josh Lucas, Merle Burlingham
Feature 2: Wade Watson, Barrett Brown, Derrick Dickerson, Dave McClanahan, Ray Finch, Brian Johnson, Bob Kinne, Ron Fish, Ken Jackson, Dan Surrena, Monte Seekings Jr., Lee Rider, Mike Coast, Jeremy English, Rodney Thomas, Jamie Schnars, Brian Wagner, J R Brown, Brian Graham, Mark Luce, Clarence Dickerson, Bill Termotte, Scott Peggan
Feature 1: Phil Knight, Matt Lamphere, Jeff Van Arsdale, Nathan Short, Ron Seeley, Greg Johnson, Louie DeDionisio, Dustin Eckman, Terry Daniels, Ed Streich, Cliff Lamphere, Bill Dunn, Mark Hall, Rich Becker, Vern Sheldon, Pete Alspaugh, Tom Norland, John Boardman, Chuck Parker, Car 37D
Feature: Dave Hess Jr., Quincy Turner, Justin Carlson, Mike Hess, Al Cressley, Shane Applebee, Tim Rater, Greg Oakes, Dan Nocero, Bill Thomas, Dave Surrena, Tom Anderson, Joe Harvey, Chad Silleman, Matt Swanson, Jeff Hellwig, Dale Applebee, James Irwin, Stu Rickard
Budweiser Super Sportsmen:
Heat 1: Robert Nocero, Don Stanley, Hank Francis
Heat 2: Randy Parmenter, Pat McGuire, Don McGuire
Feature: Randy Parmenter, Chad Carlson, Don McGuire, Bob Van Arsdale, Pat McGuire, Hank Francis, Tom Kosinski, Mike Murray, Bobby Rohrer, Brian Collins, Robert Nocero, Don Stanley, Pete Volpe, Mike Corrigan, Al White, Tim Nocero, Aaron Robinson, Chris Kuschel
Limited Late Models:
Feature: Bobby Rohrer, Scott Gurdak, John Pencille, Pat McGuire, Mike Coyle, Chad Ramsey, Tom Schnars, Les Lyon, Tom Hagberg, Mike Moore, Andy Knight, Steve Moynihan, Wayne Mohawk, Ed Simmer, John Kline, Scott Cooney, Andy Sweetland, Brian Fardink,
Super Late Models:
Feature: Ed Carley, Scott Gurdak, Scott Johnson, Dan Armbruster, Chad Ruhlman, Rod Maloy, Dick Barton, Rich Gardner, Dave Hess, Randy Lobb, Ward Schell, John Lacki, Doug Eck, Chad Valone, Steve Halpainy, Bump Hedman, Dick Litz, Andy Boozel, Wally Fox, Al Crocker, Rick Isadore, George LaBarbera, Mike Kosinski, Kevin Santee, Chris Blose, Paul Briggs