Rookie driver Shawn Nye from Lancaster, NY was the winner of the headlining Getzoni Nationwide Insurance Agency NASCAR Pro Modifieds on Kwik Fill Night at the Races in front of a huge crowd on hand at the Holland NASCAR Motorsports Complex. Brandon Glover from Cuba, NY won his first NASCAR Late Model feature of the season. Eric Brown from Holland, NY won his second Bank of Holland Charger main of 2014. Rookie Timmy Catalano from Ontario, NY won his second 4 Cylinder Hornet feature of the season. Kyle Hutchinson from East Aurora, NY won his first career Hollandtriumph in the NYPA TQ Midgets. Darren Lenhardt from Buffalo won his second Future 4’s victory of the season. Jason Adams from Glenwood, NY continued his perfect season as he scored his fifth M&M U Pull-It Figure 8 car victory.
Shawn Nye and Amy Catalano led the Getzoni Nationwide Insurance Agency NASCAR Pro Modifieds to the green flag for their 30 lap main event with Nye moving into the lead. The first 27 circuits went caution free with Nye pulling away from the battle for second between Amy Catalano and Jeff Brown. The caution came out on lap 27 as Tony Carbone spun on the back stretch. The restart saw Nye back up front as Amy Catalano began to chase him down. Jeff Brown got loose and collected Jake Vernon and Tommy Catalano, setting up a green-white-checkered finish. On the restart Amy Catalano got loose as Mike Fiebelkorn challenged on the inside groove. Nye would pick up his first career Pro Modified victory by three car lengths as it was a photo finish for second between Catalano and Fiebelkorn. After a video review, officials deemed that Catalano crossed the line in second over Fiebelkorn.
The Troy Williams Racing stable teammates of Bill Osborn and Brandon Glover raced their way into the top two spots at the start of the 20 lap feature for the NASCAR Late Models. Glover would pass Osborn on lap two to move into the lead as past divisional champ Eldon King III returned to the highbanks and took over second from Osborn. Glover was running a consistent line as he was pulling away from King. JD Roberts spun on the back stretch to bring out the races only caution on lap 13. The restart would see Glover pull away as in the final seven circuits, both leaders were both loose. At the finish, Glover picked up the win over two car lengths. Racing for second, King and Dave Whittaker both spun across the line with King finishing in second and Whittaker finishing in third.
Eric Brown pulled away from Mark Harsch at the start of the Bank of Holland Chargers feature event. The strong field of Chargers was racing hard around the highbanks and contact was made between Tim Welshans and Dave Vona as both slid into the infield being hooked together. Welshans was able to continue racing while Vona finished the main event in the pit area. The restart would see Brown continue to show the way. A major wreck in turn two on lap six slowed the field down for a second time. Seven cars were involved with Mark Harsch getting the worse end of it as he was done for the duration. Eric Brown ran away from the field as the Welshans family were fighting for second with Ted and Nik working their way through the field. Ted passed Tommy Wentland and Ken Maltby to move into second before the halfway point. A eight car battle for fourth took place as the top three pulled away and contact was made between Dave Wilson Jr and Tommy Wentland forced Wentland to spin on the back stretch as Rob Miszczak spun in turn four to bring out the caution on lap 27. Wilson was sent to the rear of the field for his involvement but chose to go pitside. Brown would run away and cruise to the victory as he held off Ted Welshans and Rich Carnes.
Veteran racer Butcher Palmer led from the start of the 30 lap feature for the 4 Cylinder Hornets. Just five laps in and past divisional champion Jeff Szafraniec moved into the race lead. On lap six, Chris Powers moved into second with Timmy Catalano moving into third place. Just one lap later, Powers went underneath Szafraniec to move into the race lead with Catalano following suit just one circuit later. The first caution of the event came out on lap nine as Michele Maltby hit the turn two wall. The restart saw Catalano challenge Powers to the outside to take over the lead as Kenny Hejna moved into third. The caution lights came back on for the second time on lap 12 as Hejna suffered a flat right front tire. Catalano and Powers continued to battle for the lead for several laps as they battled through lap traffic. After Ashley Kirchberger suffered mechanical issues in her racer to slow the field down for the third time, Timmy Catalano was able to outrace Powers to earn his second win of the season.