The first 20 lap Pepsi Power Stock feature had the front row remain constant for much of the race, it was defending Champion #62 Tom Doten and #56 Paul Hamilton from Hastings (MN) racing side by side for the lead. Finally with about six laps to go #6 Joey Prusak drove down low and got by Doten but he didn’t quite have enough for Hamilton who won by .209 seconds at the finish line, it was his third win of the year. Nick Oxborough #88 was third, Tom Doten dropped to fourth and point leader #8 Taylor Goldman finished fifth.
The second Power Stock 20 lap feature had veteran driver #66 Joe Prusak take the early lead but he was being challenged by fast qualifier #08 Michael Stoer from Prior Lake (MN). The thirteen car field was reset when a caution came out with five laps to go. Prusak took a slight advantage off the restart but Michael Stoer passed him on the high side with two laps to go in the race, Stoer then held back Joe Prusak to win by .469 seconds, it was his first win of the year at ELKO. Jason Michaud #41 was third, #8 Taylor Goldman fourth and #88 Nick Oxborough was fifth of the thirteen cars entered.
The unofficial standings now have Taylor Goldman leading by 95 points over Jason Michaud with Nick Oxborough 100 points behind in third and Michael Stoer 107 points behind in fourth.
The first 20 lap Eternity Homes Great North Legends feature had #33 Luke Allen leading the first few laps until fourteen year old #12 Sammy Smith from Johnston (IA) took the lead. Smith held on for the win but it wasn’t easy, he was challenged numerous times by point leader #75 Baiden Heskett, they even rubbed tires one lap and that makes for problems with these open wheeled vehicles. The front end of the Hesket car was sucked up onto the rear quarter panel of the Smith car causing body damage but both cars continued to the finish. Smith won by .598 seconds at the finish line, it was the second win of the season at ELKO for Sammy Smith. Heskett was second, #47 Austin Jahr finished third, Luke Allen was fourth and his brother #16 Matt Allen was fifth of the fourteen cars entered.