The skies did not look promising around the El Paso Speedway Park as dark clouds dropped rain all around as the Renegade Sprint Car Series set to headline the nights racing along with the MSD Limited X-Mods, Legends, and Street Stocks.
The final A-Main of the night at the El Paso Speedway Park would belong to the Renegade Sprint Car Series with thirty laps to run. With the initial start being called back, the field would get lined up for the redo with the 99 of Chuck Jackson the 43 of Curt Barnett made to swap starting spots; moving Barnett to the pole. Taking off to the lead, the 43 would work the high line to run to almost a straight-a-way advantage as the 98 of Jerry Gonzales tried to hold off the 1m of Dylan Harris. Taking the runner up spot, the 1m would work on running down the 43 of Barnett; doing so in record time. To the bottom of the track and into the lead with just over 20 laps to run, Dylan Harris would begin working in and out slower traffic as the battle for third would go to the 5 of Kyle McCutcheon. Taking the runner up spot in no time, the chase was on as the 1m continued to set a blistering pace around the El Paso Speedway Park. Working high and low however, the 5 of McCutcheon was on a mission; closing the gap to only a few car lengths as the field raced to ten laps to go. Still able to keep the 5 at bay, the battle to be in the top five was good as the 77 of Colt Treharn and the 131 or Royal Jones were joined by the 18 of Lorne Wofford to make it a three car battle before the caution waved as the 1m of Dylan Harris slammed the outside wall in a side by side battle for the lead; destroying the front suspension on the 1m. Back to green with five laps to run, the Wofford family would gang up on the top three spots as the 18 of Lorne timed the start to perfection; going wheel to wheel with the 19 of Wes Wofford for second. Holding the runner up spot, the 19 would not be able to touch the 5 as Kyle McCutcheon took the win. Wes Wofford, Lorne Wofford, Kyle Sager, and Royal Jones rounded out the top five.