Ron French and Rob Scott led a field of twelve Sprint Cars to the green flag for thirty laps of racing to claim the Canada Cup and the Jim and Lorraine Memorial Trophy. Scott grabbed the lead on the first lap dropping French back to second with Mark Stuart moving up to run third by lap four. On lap nine Stuart took over the second spot as Jeff Bird moved up to the third spot dropping French back to fourth. On lap fourteen, the red flag came out as Lance Wade spun out coming out of turn four and as his car backed up the track in front of Darryl Morneau they got together sending Morneau's car to the front stretch wall crashing hard and sliding a good one hundred feet along the wall and came to a stop under the flag stand. There was a brief fire in the engine room as the car slide along the wall and extensive damage done to the front end. Emergency crews were quick to the wreck and assisted Darryl from the car as Wade's car was pulled from the track. Morneau reported soreness in his shoulder area and possible bruising but otherwise OK, Wade was unhurt but suffered damage to his car that ended his night. On the restart, Scott grabbed the lead again followed by Stuart and this time had Chris Root in the mix as Bird, who had been running up front, went to the pits and restarted at the rear of the field. His car was not the same after that and he fell well off the pace after having a very fast car over the last couple of events. Stuart continued to stalk the leader throughout the remainder of the event but Scott went on to the win followed by Stuart, Root, Paul Verhagen, and Mike Haslam in the top five positions. Scott was presented the Canada Cup, the Jim & Lorraine Memorial Trophy, and the Feature event win by Mike, Rob, Courtenay, Payton, and Roy Haslam at Victory Square.