Western Speedway and O'Dell Slinger Service hosted the Richlock Rentals Non Wing Sprint Cars, the Stock Car Series, and the Keg Steakhouse Bar & Grill Driver Challenge with the Late Models on Saturday night. The night began with Trophy Dashes for the Stock Cars and the Non Wing Sprints followed by Heat races and Feature events for all classes. Jeff Bird found his way to Victory Square winning the Non Wing Sprint Car Dash. Rob Scott had to win a drag race for the chequered flag over Ron French in Sprint Car Heats as they were side by side on the front stretch. Rob Scott and Brian Bickford shared the front row fow the start of the Richlock Rentals Non Wing Sprint Car Feature event with ten cars if the field for thirty laps of racing. On the very first lap Wayde Heckford slammed into the wall between turn one and two causing lots of damage to his Sprint Car but thankfully he was not hurt. On a full restart, Bickford took the lead while Mark Stuart jumped from his sixth starting position to run second with Scott running in third. On lap seven Stuart took over the lead with Jeff Bird jumping into the third spot two laps later. On lap thirteen Bird grabbed the second spot dropping Bickford back to third. Over the next several laps, Bird closed right up on Stuart and they just completely checked out on the field setting up an epic battle for the lead. Lap after lap these two drivers blasted around the Langford oval at a terrific rate of speed with Bird trying high and low to get by Stuart. On lap twenty-six the yellow came out as Chris Root spun around on turn four. On the restart, Stuart had Bird again on his back bumper but he still had the lead. Racing side by side Bird led lap twenty-eight only to have Stuart take the lead back and hold on for the win by a narrow margin. Bird was a comfortable second with Scott, Paul Verhagen, and Bickford rounding out the top five positions. Obviously the over heating problems that Bird suffered last season has been cured as he followed Stuart to his first win in a Sprint Car at Western Speedway in a very thrilling display of driving. If this is a sign of things to come in this Series, fans are in for a treat as this was a very closely contested race. All winners received their trophies from Trophy Girls Chahala and Karleigh at Victory Square.