The second Genz-Ryan Thunder Car Feature was even more drama filled as #99 Brent Kane from Lonsdale (MN) started the race fourth row inside and had a roller-coaster ride from the middle of the pack to the front and then to the back and then finally back up to the front with a pass of #19 Michael Hanson on the last lap. "That was the craziest race I've ever been a part of," said Kane "my car felt really good, so I just slammed the gas and it just hooked up and it went anywhere I wanted it, it was great, so much fun." It was the 99th career win for the man they call the "King of the Thunder cars." Defending Champion Jeremy Wolff #32 ended up second in the race and Michael Hanson crossed the stripe third.
The Eternity Homes Great North Legends main thrilled the crowd on Saturday night. Twenty drivers started the twenty lap event, three-time defending champion #71 Derek Lemke began the race in the 11th position and was involved in a huge wreck early. Lemke made an abrupt move to avoid spinning cars ahead of him, unfortunately #3 Luke Allen was trailing and blasted into Lemke's car causing the entire rear quarter panel to be ripped off and blowing Lemke's right rear tire. Allen jumped over Lemke's car then tagged the wall and did not finish the race. Lemke quickly pitted, changed the tire, duct-taped the rear-end back together and resumed racing at the back of the pack just before going back to green.
Lemke then worked his way through the entire field of cars, passed his dad along the way and takes a car to victory lane that looks more like an accident victim than a feature winner. #17 Jon Lemke finished second and #22 Shon Jacobsen led some laps and finished third.