Brad Pinkerton once again grabbed the lead early in the Budweiser IMCA Stock Car feature and appeared to heading on to the win until fellow friend Zack Vanderbeek worked his way through the field. Vanderbeek chased down Pinkerton and made the pass on the last lap to take the win on his birthday. Pinkerton finished runner up again, Damon Murty was third, Todd Reitzler and Bill Osbahr rounded out the top five.
Just as the first lap was completed in the KBOE Radio IMCA Late Models feature, Paul Glendenning spun on the front stretch forcing the yellow. Darrel DeFrance lead that lap and the remaining laps despite the caution coming out on lap thirteen when Spencer Diercks spun in turn four. DeFrance took the win with Track Champion Todd Cooney in second, Nick Marolf in third, Diercks in fourth and Glendenning in fifth.
Final feature of the night was the Musco Lighting IMCA Modifieds feature saw Andrew Schroeder lead the opening lap, but just after the completion of that lap the caution came out when Jesse Sobbing experience a flat tire and got stuck up against the outside wall, Sobbing went and change that tire since he was trying to be William Gould in the National Points. Schroeder continued to lead it but after lap 2 was completed the caution came out again when Steve Pumphrey saw his engine expire going in turn one. On the restart, Schroeder was passed by Tyler Groenendyk but Groenendyk lead was short lived when Colt Mather grabbed the lead away just before the yellow on lap four. Mather pulled away and took the easy win over Groenendyk, Sobbing, Carter and Nick Deal.
Next week will be Sept. 11 for Musco Lighting Night at the races, also on the card for that night is the Iowa Sportsman Series.