After Heck and Allen, Tim Rivers was third, Evan Fink took fourth and Catlin’s Logan Moody ended up fifth.
In the street stock race, Charleston’s Josh Griffin was able to get the win in a tough field of some of the best in the nation.
“You had eight of the top 11 racers here so it was good win to get,” the sixth-rated Griffin said. “I had the lead but then I lost it to Darrin (Kohler) and I didn’t think I would get it back again.”
Griffin did get the lead and was able to hold off A.J. Wright for the win, continuing a season of redemption.
“We have had a couple of years of bad luck but this season, we have come on,” Griffin said. “I have picked up some good wins and this is one of the best.”
After Griffin and Wright, Jesse Simmons was third, Jerrad Krick ended up fourth and Kohler was fifth.
Sunday was scheduled to be the last race of the season on the VCS schedule, but it was announced that there will be one more race on Sept. 15 featuring non-winged and winged sprints. The other classes for that night will be announced at a later date.