Inland Motorcycle Speedway - San Bernardino, CA, USA - August 10
Shawn "Mad Dog" McConnell made the best start in the Scratch Main Event but Castro, who had started in gate five, went to the outside through the first corner and mustered enough momentum to pull alongside McConnell on the back straight. The two combatants were wheel-to-wheel through turns three and four but Castro's outside line provided more traction and he led at the end of the first lap. The diminutive leader stuck with the wide line while McConnell remained on the inside. Castro opened up a comfortable lead that McConnell couldn't shrink. Castro was first to the checkered flag, McConnell held on to second, Aaron Fox was third, Steve Russell finished fourth, and Austin Novratil was fifth.
Geoff Herkner led the Handicap Main Event field into turn one but had Russell right behind him. Russell went to the outside and went by Herkner for the lead as they entered turn three. Novratil was hoping to make the same move but Herkner drifted wide and took away his momentum. Russell had a comfortable lead at the end of lap one but Aaron Fox steadily made up ground on him. Fox remained within striking distance throughout the race but Russell never faltered and held on for the victory. Fox had to settle for second, McConnell finished third, Castro was fourth, Herkner finished fifth, and Novratil was sixth.
Joey St. Louis put together four smooth laps and won the Support Main Event. Steve Bowen finished second, J.D. Myerscough was third, Stephen Simrak finished fourth, Ron Davis was fifth, and Jake Hansen finished sixth.
Jake Troutt was victorious in the Pee Wee Main Event after a crash brought a premature end to the race. Jonas LeoGrande was second, Nick Dunn was third, Patrick Barbetta finished fourth, Gavin Kearney was fifth, and Luke Whitcomb was sixth.
Husband and wife tandem Dylan Beard and Crystal Beard took home the hardware from the Sidecar Main Event. Chris Jones and Johnny Glover finished second, Dual Anderson and Ethan Smith were third, and Kevin Brown and Nick Hertrick finished fourth.
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