Cole Cabrera and Robert Ewing scored opening-night 40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model wins at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Alex Haas set a new track record during Super Late Model qualifying. Alex's lap of 14.408 sec. eclipsed the old mark of 14.535 sec. set last year by Dustin Ash.

Haas started the first 40-lap NACAR Super Late Model feature from the pole and led the first 23 circuits uncontested until 16-year-old Cole Cabrera and Scott Gafforini caught him in lapped traffic. Dennis Rock's spin in Turn 3 on lap 30 erased Haas' advantage over his competition. Cabrera drove underneath Haas on the front straightaway with five laps remaining to take the lead. Jack Madrid took advantage of the open door and slid by for second place. Cabrera, a veteran of the SRL Late Model and Speed Truck Series, went on to win the first feature race of the year, followed by Madrid and Gafforini. Dylan Kwasniewski finished fourth and Haas was fifth.

Haas encountered tough sledding in the second 40-lap NASCAR Late Model feature, crashing with other cars on the back straightaway on the second lap. Robert Ewing led the field, closely followed by Dylan Kwasniewski and Jack Madrid. Madrid moved up to second place on lap 24 as Gafforini took fourth place from Cabrera. With just a handful of laps remaining, Madrid made contact with Ewing and caused him to spin in Turn 4. The caution flag flew and Madrid restarted the race from the rear. Ewing pulled away from the pack on the restart, watching a torrid battle for second place in his rear-view mirror. Scott Gafforini broke away from Cole Cabrera and Dylan Kwasniewski and battled Ewing for first place. Ewing held off the veteran and former Bullring champion to score his first win of 2011. Gafforini was second and Cabrera finished third. Kwasniewski and Jay Beasley completed the top five.

Pete Meyer won the 21-car NASCAR Bomber feature ahead of Dallas Simonette and Wade Pearson.  NASCAR Bomber qualifying heats were won by Jason Kiser and Simonette.

The 30-lap NASCAR Charger feature was less than two laps old when the race was halted for a four-car crash on the back straightaway. Drivers were not injured by the cars of Phil Goodwin and Chuck Burgess were finished for the night. NASCAR Charger rookie Kolleen Dresser led the first seven laps until James Wingard took command. Vinny Raucci took the lead from Wingard on lap 11 and went on to score his first victory of 2011. James Wingard finished second and Mario Opipari was third. NASCAR Charger qualufying heats were won by defending champion Goodwin and Raucci.

Bandolero features were won by Chris Trickle (Bandit) and Austin Morris Outlaws).

Kyle Weatherman won the 20-lap Legend Cars feature, followed by Steve Cantrell and Justin Irwin.

Jr. Fan of the Week: Jayden Harrison (his name was drawn on his first-ever visit to a speedway). Victory lane interviews: Mix 94.1's Hannah Rickards. National anthem: Bridgette Foster.

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Results are unofficial until Monday morning.

First 40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model feature: 1. Cole Cabrera (Exeter, Calif.), 2. Jack Madrid, 3. Scott Gafforini, 4. Dylan Kwasniewski, 5. Alex Haas, 6. Robert Ewing, 7. Joe Paladenic, 8. Jay Beasley, 9. Steve Anderson, 10. David Anderson, 11. Jim Petrie, 12. Cassie Gannis, 13. Stan Mullis, 14. Dennis Rock Jr., 15. Joe DeGuevara, 16. Chris Birdsong, 17. Glen Burke.

Second 40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model feature: 1. Robert Ewing, 2. Scott Gafforini, 3. Cole Cabrera, 4. Dylan Kwasniewski, 5. Jay Beasley, 6. Steve Anderson, 7. Joe Paladenic, 8. David Anderson, 9. Jack Madrid, 10. Jim Petrie, 11. Chris Birdsong, 12. Stan Mullis, 13. Cassie Gannis, 14. Alex Haas.

20-lap Legend Cars Young Lion/Semi Pro feature: 1. C.J. Hulsey, 2. Alex Hickham, 3. Clayton Weatherman, 4. Ian Anderson, 5. Christian Warren, 6. Michael Morris, 7. Cheyanne Schindler, 8. Nikky Saxon, 9. Tye Mihicko, 10. Nick Thigpen, 11. Peyton Saxton, 12. Andrew Muscannell, 13. Rob Solano, 14. Zach Stepke, 15. Dylan Cruz, Austin Reed (disqualified).

15-lap Roadster feature: 1. Travis Boyle, 2. Doug Germano, 3. Michelle Williamson, 4. Herb Williamson.

12-lap Bandolero Bandits feature: 1. Chris Trickle, 2. Mike Womack, 3. Caden Carlin, 4. Austin Toddy, 5. Cheyenne McCourt, 6. Matt Emery, 7. Erika Thigpen, 8.Camron Stafford, 9. Gianna Marretti, 10. Jacob Olrich.

12-lap Bandolero Outlaws feature: 1. Austin Morris, 2. Kayli Barker, 3. Vincent Raucci Jr., 4. Wyatt Harwood, 5. John Spilotro.

20-lap NASCAR Bomber feature: 1. Pete Meyer, 2. Dallas Simonette, 3. Wade Pearson, 4. Gerald Dittman, 5. Barbara West, 6. Bret Empey, 7. Scott Castle, 8. Rick Morales, 9. John Madden, 10. Martin Sullins, 11. Steve Borkowski, 12. Shannon Aikau, 13. Jason Kiser, 14. Josh Morgan, 15. Jason Sullins, 16. William Hern, 17. Judy Rowe, 18. Roland Pelletier, 19. Anthony Finley, 20. Nathan Boss, 21. Scott Bradbury.

30-lap NASCAR Charger feature: 1. Vinny Raucci, 2. James Wingard, 3. Mario Opipari, 4. Don Sargent, 5. Hayley Lager, 6. Houston Simonette, 7. Matt Cunningham, 8. Patrick O'Hanley, 9. Ron Barker, 10. Kolleen Dresser, 11. Jerry Gentry, 12. Steve Tilton, 13. Donny Guernsey, 14. Phil Goodwin, 15. Cuck Burgess.

25-lap Legend Cars feature: 1. Kyle Weatherman, 2. Steve Cantrell, 3. Justin Irwin, 4. Brent Scheidemantle, 5. Josh Fultz, 6. Tom Lovelady, 7. Jason Irwin, 8. Gary Scherell, 9. Fletch Hammond, 10. Devin Mack, 11. Jeffrey King, 12. Tony Mangini, 13. Scott Rhoden, 14. Wayne Jacks, 15. Michael Fox, 16. B.J. Bollman, 17. Robby Guevara, 18. Donna Gunther, 19. Jim Galza, 20. Michael Todd Glazier.