The second Thunder Car feature event had a great side-by-side battle with #56 Johnny Magnum and #92 Norm Grabinger to start off the race until Grabinger established the lead on lap five. Magnum gathered up momentum again and pulled alongside again until Grabinger retook the lead on lap 13 of 20. Jeremy Wolff #32 finally saw his opportunity for the lead and took advantage with an inside pass on lap sixteen of this cautionless race, Wolff then held on for the win by 0.382 seconds at the finish line, it was the second win of the season at ELKO for Wolff. Norm Grabinger was second, Tony Holm #14 was third, #3 Conrad Jorgenson fourth and #9 Adam Wiebusch fifth.
Bryce Blohm #37 from Prior Lake (MN) won the Thunder Car Championship, it is his second title at Elko Speedway. Conrad Jorgenson was 49 points behind in second, Jeremy Wolff third, Adam Wiebusch fourth and Norm Grabinger fifth in the season ending standings.
The first 20 lap Power Stock feature event saw a great battle from the first lap all the way through the last lap between #08 Mike Stoer and seventy year old #71 Tom Quade from Bloomington (MN). The two cars were never separated by more than a few feet, Quade grabbed the lead on lap three and fought back Stoer the entire race eventually winning by 0.393 seconds at the finish line. It was the second win of the season for Quade, a good way to wrap up his final season as a driver. Mike Stoer was second, #27 Darin Patnode third, #66 Joe Prusak fourth and fast-timer #88 Nick Oxborough fifth.
The second NASCAR Power Stock feature had #13 Matt Frye take the early lead until #83 Julie Jorgenson from Lakeville (MN) drove up alongside him on lap eight, the two drivers then raced side-by-side the rest of the race. Jorgenson gained a slight advantage and withstood a bump from Frye on the last lap to win by 0.363 seconds, it was the fifth win of the season for Jorgenson. Matt Frye was second, #8 Taylor Goldman third, #88 Nick Oxborough fourth and #66 Joe Prusak fifth of the eleven cars entered.
Nick Oxborough #88 from Lakeville (MN) won the 2020 Power Stock Championship, it was his third title at Elko Speedway. Julie Jorgenson was 42 points back in second place, Joe Prusak finished third, Mike Stoer fourth and Taylor Goldman fifth in the season ending point standings.
In the first INEX sanctioned Great North Legends 20 lap feature event #91 Tristan Swanson took the early lead until a caution flag flew on lap five. With a great restart #13 Tim Brockhouse from Shakopee (MN) took the lead as #71 Jon Lemke broke away with him to gain a sizable advantage on the rest of the field. Another caution happened on lap fifteen compressing the competitors but it was a carbon copy of the first restart with Brockhouse shooting out to the lead, he fought back the many pass attempts from Lemke and won by 0.174 seconds at the finish line, it was his eighth win of the season at ELKO. Jon Lemke finished second, #47 Austin Jahr third, #87 Robby Carter fourth, Tristan Swanson was fifth and fast-timer #75 Baiden Heskett sixth of the 20 cars entered.
The second Legends feature had #7 Teddy Kottschade take the top spot off the start until #75 Baiden Heskett grabbed the lead with an inside pass on lap four. Heskett had to hold on through a caution period on lap seventeen but was able to win by 0.235 seconds, it was his fourth win of 2020 at ELKO. Jon Lemke #71 had a great night but he ended up just short of victory and finished runner up for the second time on the night, #43 William Sawalich was third, #91 Tristan Swanson fourth and #3 Dirk Henry was fifth.