DeLeeuw started the night on pole for the first heat, though had a spin on lap seven to result in a 10th place finish. As a result, DeLeeuw was forced to run the first consolation event, where she finished 10th to qualify for the 25-lap feature.
Starting near the back in the feature, DeLeeuw drove hard all night, though unfortunately went two laps down in the process before finishing 25th overall.
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Race report by Ashley McCubbin