The feature field was set and cars were preparing to push off at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 when severe weather entered the area and force officials to call the event. The feature event has been rescheduled to be run on October 13th along with the complete World of Outlaws event scheduled for that day.
Kerry Madsen was scheduled to start on the pole after winning his fourth dash of the season. Kraig Kinser qualified in the top spot with a time of 10.705 seconds and would start fourth in the first heat after the inversion. Craig Dollansky collected the first heat race win of the nigh over James McFadden and Jason sides in heat number one with top qualifier Kinser finish fifth. The rest of the heats would be a charge for the lead on the first lap, but with a fast track passing was sparse for the heats and pole sitters Dale Blaney and Donny Schatz winning the second and third heats.
The track spread out by time the dash was on the track and made for what should have been a great pre-cursor to one of the toughest events on the World of Outlaws schedule. Madsen took the win with McFadden in tow. Jason Sides and Cody Darrah rounded out the top five. By time the dash had been completed lightning was nearly overhead after moving in from the turn one skies and Officials were obviously rushing to get the event in as quickly as possible.
The B-Main pushed off and ran smoothly with veteran midwest racer Jim Moughan leading Derick Hagar to the checkered flag. Officials were rushing to get the cars on the track and get the b-main cars turned around. Most of the cars were sitting on the track getting ready to push when the skies opened up. The rain was light at first, but high winds and extreme lightning was on the way and officials called the event in the name of safety for the fans.