Three Ford's turn Baton Rouge's oval Ford Blue
Darren Dean, Mark Hardwick and Mark Tate all shared heat wins for pure stock. Darren Dean in his Ford powered ride from the pole brought the 24 car field off four for the checkered. Dean led all 20 laps with Mark Hardwick right tight on his back bumper. Yellow flew four laps in with a pile up in four. On the restart it was Darren Dean, Mark Hardwick, Joseph Law, Darrel Guy and Gordon McDaniels front five as tight as rusty lug nuts on a 57 Chevy. This was how they crossed the line and finished.
Ben Stephens and Chris Cassano took the heat wins for UMP. Chris Cassano led early on till his Dad Jerry chased him down and took over the lead and went on to get the win followed by Chris Cassano ,James Ward, Shane Hebert ,and Dale Aucoin.
Jason Wilks took the lead for street stock on the green then drifted high in four and Gary Talbert took over the lead. Coming off turn four Wilks got under Talbert, they made contact got hooked together and slid all the way down the front straightaway till the end where they went into the wall. On the restart it was Randy Jamison leading the way followed by Scooter Paetz. Paetz tried to make the pass for the lead and did, but then broke and went in the pits. Tommy Cannon in his Thunder Chicken took over the lead. Cannon was the second one to turn Baton Rouge Oval Ford blue. Kerry Vicknair took second and Randy Jamison third. Wilks took the heat win.
Scotty Covington took the lead on the start of the mini stock feature followed by Wayne Everett. Everette lost it and took a trip into the infield. When he came back out he was third behind Larry Clayton. Covington took the win making it the third Ford winner of the night followed by Clayton, Everette, Calvin Tyler and Joey King who ran a strong fifth. Covington and Everett took the heat wins.
Randy Blanchard and David Knight took the heat wins for late models. Blanchard and Knight had a drag race for the lead down the front straightaway. Blanchard got the lead. Knight had his hands full with Bill Gordon for second. Finally Gordon got second from Knight. Sam Patrick and Knight battled for third till Knight got it. Kevin Watts moved into fourth and Donald Watson took fifth.
Ricky Kirkland took the go kart win.
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