Justin Johnson of Las Vegas scored his second consecutive Super Late Model victory of the 2007 season at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night.  Ron Capps won the NHRA Funny Car driver Thunder Roadster match race and Tim Skoglund of Fresno, Calif., claimed the trophy for the 30-lap USAC Ford Focus Midget Series feature.  Craig Stewart won the 25-lap IMCA Modified feature and Roger Hocking won the 20-lap Thunder Roadster feature.  Brian Matzke won his second Charger feature of the year and Nick Parmelee recorded the win in the 20-lap Legends Cars main event.

SUPER LATE MODELS: The $200-to-win Budweiser Fast Dash was won by Jimmy Parker Jr.  Parker was last week's apparent winner until his car failed to pass post-race inspection.  Parker started on the pole and was among fast company: he was flanked by 2006 champion Scott Gafforini and followed in the second row by Justin Johnson, who was awarded the April 8 victory.  Parker led the first 14 laps until Johnson passed him coming out of the fourth turn.  Johnson survived two caution periods, built up almost a full-straightaway lead and scored his second consecutive Super Late Model victory.  Travis Swalwell finished second and opening-night winner Tom Lovelady was third.  Eight-lap Super Late Model heats were won by Dustin Ash and Derek Frolich.

Super Late Model feature (40 laps): 1. Justin Johnson, 2. Travis Swalwell, 3. Tom Lovelady, 4. Dustin Ash, 5. Scott Gafforini, 6. Richard Bridges, 7. Taylor Barton, 8. Jeff Conners, 9. Jimmy Parker Jr., 10. Steve Anderson, 11. Ray Hopper Jr., 12. Rich Attisani, 13. Derek Frolich, 14. Dennis Rock Jr., 15. Dave Quartero, 16. Alex Haase, 17. Bob Barker, 18. Bob Wikey, 19. Aaron McMorran, 20. Jim Petrie, 21. Greg Hanneman.

USAC FORD FOCUS MIDGET SERIES: Tim Skoglund of Fresno, Calif., took the lead on lap 7 of the 30-lap feature and went on to win. Of note: J.R. Williams, 72, finished 14th. Eight-lap Midget heats were won by Scott Kelley and Nick Faas.  Faas also topped the qualifying heap, turning in a best lap of 14.996 sec.

USAC Ford Focus Midget Series feature (30 laps): 1. Tim Skoglund (Fresno, Calif.), 2. Nick Faas (Huntington Beach, Calif.), 3. Caitlin Shaw (Albe., N.M.), 4. Dan Adler (Millstat, Ill.), 5. Bo Debard (Reno), 6. Tom Dyer (Corte Madera, Calif.), 7. Mark Atkinson (Seattle), 8. Ian Mille (Pleasanton, Calif.), 9. Scott Kelley (Eden, Utah), 10. Mike Maier (San Leandro, Calif.), 11. Justin Hommel (Canyon Lake, Calif.), 12. Billy Cots (Utah), 13. Tim Savage (Salt Lake City, Utah), 14. J.R. Williams (Carson City), 15. Kipp Posey (Utah), 16. Chuck Groat (Salt Lake City, Utah), 17. Charles Hanna (Grand Junction, Colo.).

NHRA FUNNY CAR DRIVER THUNDER ROADSTER MATCH RACE: Former NHRA Funny Car champion Cruz Pedregon started the eight-lap match race from the pole position, flanked by four-time NHRA champion Gary Scelzi.  Current NHRA Funny Car points leader Ron Capps started third and past The Strip at LVMS winner Tommy Johnson Jr. started fourth.  Pedregon took the led the first two laps but spun out alone in Turn 2. Scelzi held the lead on the restart, only to be passed by Capps on the inside on the third lap.  Capps went on to win, followed by Johnson Jr., Scelzi and Pedregon.

IMCA MODIFIEDS: The $100 Budweiser Fast Dash for IMCA Modifieds was won by Sebastian Couture, who started the 25-lap feature from the pole.  He led the first three laps until he was passed by Tom Buzze in Turn 1. Craig Stewart passed Buzze for the lead in Turn 4 on lap 14 and went on to win.

IMCA Modified feature (25 laps): 1. Craig Stewart, 2. Rick Taylor, 3. Tom Buzze, 4. Scott Osborne, 5. Richard Streker, 6. Tadd Burns, 7. Dennis Lovelady, 8. Dow Woerner, 9. Steve Simon, 10. Sebastien Couture, 11. Wayne Morris Jr., 12. Charlie Wahl, 13. Robert Shappy, 14. Pat Petrie. 

CHARGERS: Steve Dessormeau started the 20-lap feature from the pole position and led the first seven laps until challenged by Brian Matzke on lap 8.  Matkze passed Dessormeau for the top position but he battled back and regained the lead.  The pair battled through lapped traffic and Matzke took the lead for good on lap 12.  Mario Opipari moved into second place on lap 18 to secure the runner-up spot and Dessormeau finished third.  The win was Matzke's second of the still-young 2007 season.  Eight-lap Charger heats were won by Mario Opipari and Darren Rollins.

Charger feature (20 laps): 1. Brian Matke, 2. Mario Opipari, 3. Steve Dessormeau, 4. Darren Rollins, 5. Mike Heck, 6. Nathan Giesen, 7. Bill Mullen, 8. Joe Crouch, 9. Travis Boyle, 10. Joe Finger, 11. Vinny Raucci, 12. Drew Dixon, 13. John Wright, 14. Rick Morales, 15. Phil Goodwin, 16. Jerry Gentry, 17. Ben Morris, 18. Jim Bargerhuff, 19. Justin Kiser.

LEGENDS CARS: The Legends Cars feature was perhaps the most exciting of the night.  Bear Rzesnowiecky appeared to be the favorite to win the feature after taking the eight-car, eight-lap Budweiser Fast Dash with ease.  Rzesnowiecky led the first three laps until Tom Lovelady got underneath the second-generation driver to take the lead.  Rzesnowiecky battled back on lap 4 to regain the lead. The pair waged a torrid battle and pulled away from the rest of the pack.  They swapped the lead again on laps 9 and 10 but disaster struck on lap 13 when they both spun in Turn 4. Johnny Morrissey inherited the lead only to relinquish it to Nick Parmelee on lap 14.  Nick's lap-14 pass proved to be the winning move of the race and he went on to win his first Bullring Legends Cars feature of the 2007 season.  Morrissey finished second and Ken Neff was third.  Rzesnowiecky battled his way back up through the pack to be scored sixth.

Legends Cars feature (20 laps): 1. Nick Parmelee, 2. Johnny Morrissey, 3. Ken Neff, 4. Derek Frolich, 5. Jonathan Mawhinney, 6. Bear Rzesnowiecky, 7. Alex Sidwell, 8. Jeremiah Wagner, 9. Karl Forman, 10. Justin Jordan, 11. Larry Toddy, 12. Candice Clark, 13. Bobby Ruppert, 14. Dusty Davis, 15. B.J. Bollman, 16. Josh White, 17. Justin Hurdle, 18. Frank McCourt, 19. Mike Pulliam, 20. Jim Galza, 21. Mitchell Thorpe, 22. Shawn Snow, 23. Jay Beasley, 24. Tom Lovelady, 25. Christ Shorten, 26. Scott Swinford, 27. Brandon Gianinni, 28. Brandon Snow, 29. Mitch Taylor.

THUNDER ROADSTERS: Roger Hocking started the main event from the pole position and led every lap of the feature.  That does not tell the entire tale as Hocking weathered repeated challenges by Charlie Wahl to earn the victory.  Wahl made one last attempt to take the lead on lap 19 and almost spun in the process, allowing Johan Timmer to grab second place.

Thunder Roadster feature (20 laps): 1. Roger Hocking, 2. Johan Timmer, 3. Charlie Wahl, 4. Ed Hohman, 5. Jovon Halen, 6. Jared Carpenter, 7. Ron Duprau, 8. Matthew Lutz, 9. John Thompson, 10. Kevin Truell, 11. Justin Miller.

All results are unofficial until Monday morning.

Announcers: Toby Kruse and Dan Lea.  The National Anthem was performed by Emerald Opipari.

On Saturday, April 21, the Bullring will present Race No. 4 of the 2007 NASCAR Whelen All American Series, featuring the annual Keith Danser Candy Toss, a $1,000-to-win demolition derby, driver autograph session, Super Late Models, Late Models, IMCA Modifieds, Chargers and Bullring Bombers. For more information, please call LVMS at (702) 644-4444 or visit www.LVMS.com.