Stafford put on one of the longest green runs so far with the 1st half going green and then a hand full of yellows at the end setting up a sub 10 lap dash for the win. The race was won by Colin Allman, with NORL driver John Battista coming home 3rd and Tim McDonnell a disappointed 10th after getting slammed off the track in the last 5 laps.
This week a very small field arrived for the Super Lates. The race was broken up by two yellows both for the same car having issues. Beside those incidents it was very spread out. JR Shepherd came home the winner
The Super Lates had a large field of cars for Week 7 of 17 cars. The race started off as a real door slammer with a lot of contact mid pack until the first yellow. After a number of minor incidents, there was a large crash near 10 to go which setup a late race restart. From the final restart Budzien took the lead and never looked back, with the NORL drivers finishing 3rd and 5th.
This week the Super Late tour hit Sin City. The race at the Bullring started and ran with a large amount of yellow. John Battista ran a very clean race stayed out of trouble but faded late due to poor grip of worn tire. Timothy McDonnell spun with some help early and was hit checking up to avoid a crash but powered back to finish neck and neck with Battista. Brian Burleson won ahead of Rogers with some words exchanged after regarding an early race altercation.
This week there was a surprise NORL racer as Dan Johnston popped in for the race. Top Split ran with cautions breaking the race into thirds with a very late yellow setting up a 4 lap dash that failed to reach the flag before the yellow came back out. Alex McCollum came home the winner with Dan Johnston third as the best placed NORL driver.