Tampa, FL — (May 31, 2014) — First feature of the night belonged to East Bay Sprints defending Champion Billy Boyd, Jr. and Tim George would start the front row for the 20 lap feature event. When the green waved Boyd quickly took the lead over George and the rest of the field. The first caution would come out with just a few laps into the race as Kerry Gilbert slowed and came to rest in turn 2. Gilbert was able to continue but stopped again in turn four ending his night. Boyd would lead the field to the green until lap six when David Kelley brought out the caution. Green waved once again on lap six until Johnny Alexander’s wing came loose and he stopped in turn two ending his night. The race resumed on lap seven as Boyd was still leading with Tony Agin now up to second with George falling back to third. Boyd was making his way through lapped traffic as Tony Agin appeared to be catching him. When the checkered waved Boyd picked up his first win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Tony Agin, Johnny Gilbertson, Tim George, and Kurt Taylor. Boyd and George both won their heats early in the evening.