ARCA - Michael McDowell had won pole after pole in the ARCA RE/MAX Series going into Friday night's event at Kentucky Speedway, but the young driver had yet to crack into victory lane. That streak ended on Friday, as McDowell took the lead late from Cale Gale to win the WLWT Channel-5 150 at Kentucky. 1) McDowell 2) Gale 3) Bobby Santos III 4) Alex Yontz 5) Erin Crocker
ASA Midwest - Dan Fredrickson held off Nathan Haseleu to win the ASA Midwest Tour event at Grundy County Speedway (IL). 1) Fredrickson 2) Haseleu 3) Eilen 4) John Nutley 5) Brian Johnson, Jr.
ASALM South - Beau Slocumb grabbed the lead from race long leader Brandon Johnson on Lap 100 and from there, the Juliette, Georgia driver pulled away to win his second ASALMS Southern Division feature of the 2007 season on Saturday night at Birmingham International Raceway. 1) Slocumb 2) Johnson 3) Jeff Choquette 4) Sean Bass 5) Travis Cope
BES - Sean Caisse snapped a four-race sour streak to score his second NASCAR Busch East Series win of the season, leading all but two laps in the Pepsi Racing 100 Saturday night at Thompson International Speedway. In the end, Caisse had to withstand pressure from runner-up Matt Kobyluck through two “overtime” restarts that extended the event to 108 laps. On the second attempt, the leaders took the white flag before a final incident between Michelle Theriault and Jesus Hernandez brought the caution and checkered flags. 1) Caisse 2) Kobyluck 3) Mike Olsen 4) Joey Logano 5) Brad Leighton.
GAS - Fredrick Moore proved that he is the master of Anderson Motor Speedway (SC) on Friday night with a dominating performance in the second half of the "Upstate 100" Georgia Asphalt Series race. Moore passed Kevin Stephens around halfway on a restart on which Stephens suffered transmission problems. Moore slid by and held off Stephens and a hard-charging Russell Fleeman over the final laps to win his second race of the GAS season
PASS North - Maine’s Ben Rowe started on the pole and won the race when the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models visited Thompson Speedway (CT) to take part in the Full Fendered Frenzy show on Saturday night, but his ride from flag to flag was hardly an easy one. Rowe battled with Rick Martin early on, trading the lead several times. Late in the race, Rowe held off a charge by rookie Trevor Sanborn to take the victory. It was the first win at Thompson in Rowe’s career. 1) B. Rowe 2) Sanborn 3) M. Rowe 4) Richie Dearborn 5) Adam Bates
PRO CUP - In what was one of the wildest races in recent memory, Brandon Ward earned his first-career Pro Cup Northern Division win on Saturday night at Motor Mile Speedway. Ward led a bunch of the event before giving up the lead to Benny Gordon. Gordon then led until having to come in for a splash of gas after a 130-lap green-flag run. That handed the lead back to Mark McFarland, who was one of just two cars on the lead lap. McFarland then fell off the pace while leading, handing the lead back to Ward. A couple of "Lucky Dog" passes put two more cars on the lead lap, leaving a four-car shootout for a green-white-checkered finish. Jeff Agnew lined up second and was able to pass Ward on the final lap in turns one and two, but Ward got back by Agnew in the final corners to grab the win. 1) Ward 2) Agnew 3) Lonnie Rush Jr. 4) Gordon 5) Jody Lavender
TVMRS - Les Hinckley survived a green-white-checkered finish to win in True Value Modified Racing Series action Friday night at Lee USA Speedway (NH). 1) Hinckley 2) Kirk Alexander 3) Jimmy Kuhn 4) Peter Jarvis 5) Jon McKennedy
UARA - The UARA-STARS Late Model Stocks will made their first appearance at the new Dillon Motor Speedway in Dillon, SC Saturday night witht the night's fast qualifier, BJ Macky, taking the 150-lap race win. 1) Macky 2) Lee Tissot 3) Alex Yontz 4) Ross Furr 5) Matt DiBenedetto
WEST - Two rookies stole the show at Miller Motorsports Park with Jason Bowles scoring his first career win as the NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series made its inaugural visit to the state-of-the-art road course on Saturday. Bowles won the 41-lap event by 3.510 seconds over fellow rookie Alex Haase, who registered his best career finish. 1) Bowles 2) Haase 3) Mike David 4) Johnny Borneman 5) Scott Gaylord