September 24th, 2012
The next feature of the evening would be a 50-lap main event for the Economy Print and Graphics / Chet’s Auto Service Sportsmen. Rob Sullivan would lead the field down to Chief Starter Jeremy Slayden’s green flag. It would be Don Riley taking the lead away the next trip by back, but he would quickly have Three-time Track Champion John Forsythe Jr. on his back bumper. Forsythe would wrest the lead away on lap four, and would hold steady up front. During this, Rookie of the Year Vinnie Miller would work his way up through the field. Just shy of the halfway point, Miller would take the lead from Forsythe, and while the field would keep Miller within their sights, it would be the young driver from Oxford, Michigan claiming his second win of the season. Forsythe was second with Chris Begg, Billy Hagon and Tom Stone completing the top five. Begg would win the Fast Car Dash, with Riley winning the Australian Pursuit. Qualifier heats would be won by Forsythe and Hagon. Miller set the mark in qualifying with a 16.964.