The 250 West main raced first, with Cooper Webb taking the lead and stretching a little distance between himself and Dean Wilson while Jason Anderson and Cole Seeley were back in 5th and 6th. If Anderson stayed in 6th and Seely could make it to the lead, he would win the championship. Not only that, Seely had two teammates ahead of him, which could look good for him passing through, and for giving Anderson trouble to reach fifth (the spot that would guarantee Anderson the title). Seely made the charge, but the slick track didn’t reward riders who pushed its limits, and Seely needed to keep it on two wheels. Seely made it only as far as fourth by the end. Up front, Wilson closed on Webb as the two riders approached a yellow flag section, and passed shortly after. Webb struck back and regained the front spot, but Wilson soon passed for good and took the win.