The tone was set high early as the Canadian driver of the #18 Dirt Collective Black Diamond machine would set quick time in time trials with a lap time of 16.568. Following up an impressive single lap run by Bergeron, the driver would go on to walk away from the competition by winning his heat race and ultimately cash in at the pay window at the end of the night.
The Canadian driver started from the pole position on horrendous track conditions in the feature and fend off challenges from Dylan Houser, Dan Smolders and Howard Weaver en route to earning his second win of the 3D Team VLR Limited Late Model Series. Bergeron credited his win to his ability to be smooth on the wheel and being able to have good restarts.
Finishing in the second position is the driver from Crossville, Tennessee, Howard Weaver. Weaver who started in the third position would find himself dropping through the field in early parts of the race. Midway through the race and after a few restarts the driver from Tennessee would charge his way back into contention for the win. The driver of the #07 would battle with Dan Smolders, Dylan Houser and Evan Seay before eventually setting his sights on the leader late in the race. Weaver would eventually run out of time to make a charge for the lead settling for the runner up position.
The driver of the #33 Evan Seay would round out the top 3 marking his best finish in VLR History. Seay would use consistency and a little bit of luck to seat himself in position late in the race to challenge for the lead before settling into the third position rounding out the top 3.
The series is off next week for the Thanksgiving Holiday and will return on November 28th for what is sure to be a wild race at Kokomo!