With a solid field of 46 sprinters on hand, qualifying saw Dollansky stop the clock at 12.489 seconds which was 25th fastest. Missing the heat race inversion put the MobileStar #7 on the outside looking in for heat five where the Elk River, Minnesota native started inside row five. After a multi-car pileup on the opening lap of the heat, the #7 crew scrambled to make repairs and Dollansky rejoined the field racing to the 4th and final transfer spot in the 10-lap event.
In the 40-lap A-Main the Aggressive Hydraulics Maxim lined up outside row eleven. When the first two attempts to start the main event were halted by cautions, the third try was a charm until another yellow by lap 4. After three more cautions by just lap 10 prompted a fuel stop, the feature would be mired by three more yellows just past the halfway point on lap 22. Running twenty-first after a red and two additional cautions by lap 31, the Eaton’s Aeroquip Performance Products backed sprinter struggled to advance in the remaining nine circuits and finished 21st.
The Eyecon Trail Cameras #7 team will now head to Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania for National Open weekend at Williams Grove Speedway.