When the main event took off Tyler Bowers would start decently in the main (top five), Johnson in the top ten, and Davenport (with a second row gate position) unfortunately starting near the tail end of the pack. By mid- point Bowers would move into second place, as Chad Johnson began pressuring championship rival Jeff Gibson for third spot. Then as the laps were almost finished Bowers moved into first; with Johnson passing rival Jeff Gibson soon after for third place. Unfortunately Gray would continue to struggle, and finish the night in ninth. "Des Moines was great; the track was slick, and had a very one-off layout. It also had two sections of whoops that I was very happy about. Taking two good starts in my heat race, and the main made it easier to move into the lead and take care of business" said Tyler Bowers. Chad Johnson would add "Yeah I had a rough start, but came back to finish third - I felt strong the entire race. Overall it was a good season; not exactly the way that I wanted it to go, but I ended up healthy and with a strong finish!" A disappointed Gray Davenport would later say "I bent my shift lever in my heat race which forced me to the LCQ; after that I had a back-row start position for the main where I just struggled in the whoops section. Des Moines had two whoop sections so that made it even worse for me - of course the taller guys liked it. Overall it was a great season though; Tyler won the championship and I really enjoyed being on Team Babbitt's! I really want to thank Eddie Babbitt, and a special thanks to Denny Bartz who gave me this chance!"