Friday night started out excellent for the Babbitt's Monster Energy TiLUBE Kawasaki presented by Maxxis Tires team as Chad Johnson took the first heat race win, and Gray Davenport finished fifth. Tyler Bowers would then take the win in heat race two; setting the team up nicely for the main event. The main event began with Johnson taking a top three start, Davenport back a few spots, and Bowers just inside the top ten. Soon, Johnson would move into the lead; unfortunately it would not last as he would slide out in one of the turns. While all this was happening Bowers began scratching his way through the pack, and moving forward. As the race was winding down, Bowers closed in on the leaders, and in dramatic fashion he would take first on the last lap; taking his seventh straight win! Johnson would regroup for fifth; while Davenport crossed the line in ninth. "It's the only lap that matters" was Bowers comments immediately after the main referencing his last lap pass for the lead. Talking about his night, Chad Johnson said "I had a good start, was in second, and then first, but then I crashed. I felt like I rode strong all night, and my Maxxis tires really hooked me up. I made it back up to fifth, but overall I'm pretty disappointed". "I got a top ten start, and soon worked my way into sixth. Then I tried to put a move on Willy Browning but ended up going down; eventually I worked my way back up into the top ten" added Davenport.