In the WISSOTA sanctioned Midwest Modified division #27 Todd Kamish had the early lead until qualifying feature winner #81 Bryan Syer-Keske from Lakeville (MN) took the top spot with a high-side pass on lap five of twelve. Syer-Keske cruised to the win by 1.665 seconds over #25 Eric Campbell, #100 Aaron Marthaler was third, Todd Kamish was fourth and #96 Keith Paulsrud fifth of the seven cars competing, many side-by-side. It was the second win of the season for Syer-Keske, Eric Campbell now holds a slim 1 point advantage in the race for the Modified Championship at ELKO.
The first 20 lap Thunder Car feature had #20 Dave Robinson take the lead, he was challenged by #28 James Lindgren who finally took the top spot just past the half-way mark. As the laps were counting down #9 Adam Wiebusch of Jordan (MN) challenged Lindgren and they had a furious battle down to the last front stretch, Wiebusch just edged ahead at the line to win by 0.172 seconds, it was the third win of the season for Wiebusch. James Lindgren was second, #3 Conrad Jorgenson third, fast-qualifier #37 Bryce Blohm fourth and #32 Jeremy Wolff rounded out the top five.
The second Thunder Car feature had #07 Dillon Sellner take the lead off the green flag, #37 Bryce Blohm from Prior Lake (MN) challenged at lap seven and took the top spot with a high-side pass on lap eight. Sellner did not give up easily; he pulled up on Blohm again on lap ten before finally relenting. Blohm won the race by 1.479 seconds, it was his fifth win of the 2020 season at ELKO. Conrad Jorgenson #3 finished second, Sellner third, #32 Jeremy Wolff fourth and #9 Adam Wiebusch fifth of the eleven cars competing.
Bryce Blohm continues to be the point leader, he now has a 35 point advantage over Conrad Jorgenson in the race for the Thunder Car Championship.