Logan Schuchart said, "It's the place you always want to win at, As a little kid I dreamt about being a World of Outlaws driver. Eldora, with all the history behind it, it's really cool. My grandfather won the 1st Outlaw run here in '78, so being able to win this run with him by my side was really cool. I hope it means something for July. My grandfather won the Knoxville Nationals. He won the Williams Grove National Open. But nobody won the Kings Royal, so that's a run I really want to run well in, and this was where you get your notes and stuff. To win tonight, hopefully that means something for the next couple races in the next couple months."
The Outlaws swept victory lane with Schuchart 1st, Stewart 2nd and Brad Sweet in 3rd. The Quicktime went to Outlaw Jason Sides. Three of the four heat races went to Outlaws — the 4th going to Aliquippa, PA-native Tim Shaffer. The Dash went to Outlaw Jason Johnson. And all four that transfered from the Last Chance Showdown were Outlaws as well, with Kraig Kinser in the lead.
Qualifying 3rd and winning Heat 3, Schuchart started the Feature in the 3rd row and jumped to 3rd place at the early on in the race. When Stewart stole the lead from Johnson, a battle was on. In lap nine, Schuchart took the lead, only to lose it again on a restart after a red flag on Trevor Philo and Jac Haudenschild, who collided outside turn one when Philo bounced off the wall. Three laps later, Schuchart took back his lead and held it for the win.
The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series returns to Eldora Speedway again on today., May 13 for night two.