Chad Layton started on the pole Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway and led all the way for his third 410 Sprint car win of the year.
Harrisonville’s Mike Wagner got close to Layton during the midway part of the race but was unable to make a pass and settled for a runner up finish over Davey Sammons, Steve Buckwalter and Blane Heimbach.
Coleby Frye also led all 25 laps to win the Late Model championship over Matt Parks, Mike Lupfer, Dylan Yoder and Terry Naugle.
After enjoying much success this season at Winchester, JT Spence put together a winning effort Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway where he won the Hagerstown/Winchester Shootout for Late Models.
Spence led all the way in the $3,000 win over Jeremy Miller, Kenny Pettyjohn, DJ Myers and Jason Covert. Tyler Hershey had a seventhplace finish, while Marvin Winters rode home ninth and Frankie Plessinger 24th.
Cody Kershner won the four-cylinder feature over John Stoll Jr. and Austin Shover, while Kevin Palmer scored the All American Outlaws win over Randy Doty and Justin Cullum.
Jim Siegel was the 410 Sprint car winner Saturday at Lincoln Speedway as he used a late race slide job to secure the lead and win over Kyle Moody, Billy Dietrich, Alan Krimes and Fred Rahmer .
Austin Hogue picked up his sixth win of the year in the 358 Sprint car championship over Kevin Nouse, Jeff Rohrbaugh, Brent Marks and Dale Hammaker.
Mike Altobelli, Jr. captured his first-ever Late Model win Friday at Bedford Speedway over Matt Sponaugle, Jeff Rine, DJ Troutman and Chad Hollenback, while Craig Perigo took the Limited Late Model win over Robby Black and Travis Calhoun.
Chad Criswell won for the third time in Super Sportsman action Saturday at Williams Grove Speedway as he won over Duaine Smith, Scott Geesey, Gregg Foster and Russ Mitten.
Randy Stoudt won the regularly scheduled 358 Late Model feature over Grant Adams, Roy Miller, Billy Wampler and Chase Billet, while Larry Baer won the makeup feature that was rained out on June 29 over Randy Croop, Wes Alleman, Scott Rich Wine and Adams.
Brad Sweet won the big $50,000 payday Saturday night in the Kings Royal 410 Sprint car main at Eldora Speedway, leading all the way over Tim Kaeding, Donny Schatz, Brandon Wimmer and Jac Haudenschild.
Williams Grove, Trail-Way and Winchester speedways were all rained out Friday night.