Alex Sewell was sixth while Grady Chandler rallied from 20th to seventh with Wesley Smith, Zane Hendricks and Tanner Berryhill completing the top ten. They were side-side for the lead on lap 17 when the event's final caution was displayed for Steve Slater's spin, which proved crucial for Myers. Hank Davis, Coons, Jr., Thomas, Korey Weyant and Bruce, Jr., topped heat race action with Coons, Jr., Pat Schudy and Chance Morton winning qualifying races. Myers got a great restart flying into second on lap 18 as he continued to find the moisture around the bottom. Virgile Scrap Metals/Billy's Garage/R&R Enterprises-sponsored #43JR. Myers became the 14th different Bicknell Tour winner in 26 races run all-time. (Note: Bill Kessler took a Tour provisional.) Non-Qualifier (5 to-win):1. Beason settled for runner-up honors with Bruce, Jr., rounding out the podium after Coons, Jr., and Wesley Smith tangled while dicing for third to set up the final five-lap dash to the stripe. Myers though lost at least five spots and had just five laps to get to the front. Blake Hahn rallied from 18th to fourth with current POWRi West points leader and Sooner Series champion Kory Schudy rounding out the top five from the 12th starting position. When racing resumed, Deems passed Tatgenhorst for second and went after Krummert running the bottom. Then that one time Colton, Pegher, and I were all bumping coming down the backstretch I had to stop and start thinking about the big picture- it was getting crazy." Charlier was third over Pegher.
Thomas worked the high side past Coons, Jr., by the seventh circuit to take command. After a caution for a Kevin Long spin, Deems, Jacob Jordan, and Kole Holden overtook Wolbert for positions three through five on lap eight. The POWRi West Midget League puts the finishing touches on the 2018 season with the POWRi National Midget League at Texas’ Kennedale Speedway Park on November 9-10. Holden's fourth and Tatgenhorst's fifth were also their best Tour finishes of the season. After coming from 12th to second in the last chance B main, Rocky Kugel made his way up to ninth at the finish after starting 20th in the feature. Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Executive Concrete NWA Results Creek County Speedway “Fall Fling” (Sapulpa, OK) – October 27, 2018 Smith Ti Heat One (8 Laps): 1. Wolbert dropped to sixth to collect second in points. Rob Kristyak completed the top 10 after starting 18th. To make things even more impressive, Myers did a 360-spin with five laps to go losing at least five positions. Myers won the last chance B main from the third starting spot then charged from 19th in the feature to pull off a last lap pass of 2018 Bicknell Tour and Weekly Series Champion, Garrett Krummert. The 22-year-old Stock Car racer hopes to move into the RUSH Late Model division in 2019. driver earned 5 in Jablonski's Classic Landscaping/Side Lines Trees Service-sponsored #3. Driving for Paul "Jabo" Jablonski for just the third time, Ricky Steigerwald led all eight laps of the non-qualifier to close out the "Steel City Stampede". Fourteen-year-old Blaze Myers pulled off a stunning upset to win his first career Bicknell Racing Products Tour feature for the Sweeney RUSH Sportsman Modifieds, worth 0. Khole Wanzer, who paced the four-wide salute with his pink October breast cancer awareness wrap, won the first last chance B main on Saturday, while Chad Sines won the second. Pegher then went on to win the first FK Rod End heat race, while Duritsky, Jeremy Wonderling, and Brady Wonderling also picked up heat wins over the 33-car field. Pegher set fast time in 0 FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying on Friday night by just 0.006 of a second over Duritsky with a lap 17.906.