The first feature for the INEX Bandoleros had to do it all over after Rylee Robinson spun out in turn four. Bentley Thompson may have started sixth, but he powered his way through the field to assume the top spot. Another yellow slowed the action on lap four when Ransom Tate lost it in turn two. While Thompson pulled away from the field, defending champion Axel Oldenhoff drove around rookie Carter Stein for second on lap six. Robinson went around again in turn two to cause caution #3 on lap seven. Thompson and Oldenhoff got into their own little battle as they left the rest of the field in their dust. Their fight for the lead was interrupted by another Robinson spin with four laps left. Thompson would get away from Oldenhoff during that final restart to capture his first ever feature victory at Tomah.
Bentley Thompson started at the back of the field for INEX Bandoleros feature #2, but he turned in a repeat effort to find the front at the end of the first lap. Axel Oldenhoff lost control of his race car coming out of turn four and took a hard hit into the outside wall to bring the race to a halt on lap three. Oldenhoff’s night came to an early end but he was able to get out of his race car and walked away. Thompson would go right back to work on the restart as he opened up another huge advantage on the field. This race would become a race of attrition as the field was slowly whittled down to just three racers. Carter Stein and Rylee Robinson had no answer for Thompson scored a clean sweep of the features and ran his season win total for the Bandoleros up to seven.
The TACU Credit Union Six Shooter feature saw newcomers lead the early laps of the race. Daniel Loendorf got a better run to power ahead of Zachary Morgan on the first lap, but Morgan got a big run on the outside to settle into first place on lap two. Coming from deep in the field, Mike Gratz needed only three laps to challenge for the top spot. Using the outer groove saw Gratz get around Loendorf for second, then powered by Morgan to be the new king of the mountain on lap four. Gratz’s biggest competition was running in his tire tracks and looking for another checkered flag, Dustin McCracken, the top dog of the division, bided his time as the laps clicked and waited for the right opportunity to strike. McCracken picked the high line and got into a side-by-side battle for the win with Gratz over the final three laps. McCracken got a better run out of turn four to break the plane of the finish line first and notched victory number 3 of the year.