Dylan Kwasniewski pulled double duty in two states and won tonight's 40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model feature at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Kwasniewski started last in the feature after competing in a NASCAR K&N Series West race in Tooele, Utah earlier in the day. He flew back to Las Vegas, hopped into his Super Late Model and embarked on a doubleheader.

Second-generation driver David Anderson led the NASCAR Super Late Model feature for the first lap until Chris Birdsong, John Spilotro and Robert Ewing spun in Turn 1 to stop the show. Anderson again led the field when the race resumed, only to see the caution flag fly once more, this time for a spin by April 16 feature winner Scott Gafforini in Turn 4. Opening-night winner Cole Cabrera found an opening and took the lead from Anderson on lap 7. With just 15 laps in the record books, Dylan found himself in second place, challenging Cabrera for the lead. Cabrera spun in Turn 4 on lap 25, causing another caution period which placed Kwasniewski in the top spot. Just as the race restarted, Jim Petrie and Chris Birdsong crashed in Turn 4. Kwasniewski enjoyed a comfortable lead in the closing laps and went on to score his second Bullring NASCAR Super Late Model victory of the still-young 2011 season.

"Obviously we had a good car," said Dylan. "Joe Deguevara came out here and helped set up the car. I got on a plan (after the race in Utah) and I didn't think we were going to make it in time. We made it down here and came out with a win. I was racing on the (Utah) road course all day and I was used to that big heavy car. There was a little transition over the first couple laps but I got used to it. We got a good run and passed all those cars."

Robert Ewing finished second and Glen Burke finished third. Cabrera fought his way back up to fourth place and Steve Anderson finished fifth.

The 24-car NASCAR Bomber feature was won by Wade Pearson. Fans were treated twice to four-wide charges during the first two laps. Early race leader Nathan Boss brought out the first caution flag when he spun on lap 8. On the restart, race leader Wade Pearson had his hands full with four other cars battling for his position. Just two laps later, Bret Empey and Jason Kiser met head-on in Turn 2 after tangling with Steve Borkowski. Pearson led again on the restart, closely followed by Dallas Simonette. With just a handful of laps remaining, Simonette raced to the outside of Pearson as Pete Meyer caught the pair. The race leaders encountered heavy lapped traffic in the closing laps, but Pearson held on for the win. "First of all, I've got to thank my wife," joked Meyer in victory lane, "otherwise I'll hear about it all week." Meyer nipped Simonette at the checkered flag to claim second place. NASCAR Bomber qualifying heats were won by Meyer, Rick Morales and Simonette.

Hayley Lager won her very first NASCAR Charger feature, holding off Mario Opipari and Don Sargent at the checkered flag. "I feel really awesome right now," exclaimed Lager. "It was a great race. I'd like to thank my mom and dad for making this happen. I'd like to thank Scott Gafforini and everyone on my team for making he car what it is and teaching me what I need to know. My sponsors, too: Binion's and Binion's Steak House and Vegas Machine." Matt Cunningham and James Wingard completed the top five. NASCAR Charger heat races were won by Wingard and Vinny Raucci.

Robert D'Ambra won the 15-lap Roadster feature, followed across the finish line by Ron Duprau and Ed Hohman.

C.J. Hulsey claimed the checkered flag in the 20-lap Legend Cars Semi-Pro/Young Lions feature. Clayton Weatherman was second and Alex Hickham finished third.

Caden Carlin won the 12-lap Bandolero Bandit feature. The 12-lap Bandolero Outlaw feature was won by Kayli Barker.

Cameron Hayley won the 30-lap Baby Grand Nationals feature.

Victory lane interviews: Hannah Rickards from Mix 94.1 FM. National anthem: Bridgette Foster. Jr. Fan of the Night: Stephen Gray.

Next race: Saturday, May 14 – Spring Speedfest: Lucas Oil Modified Series (75 laps), Spears SRL Southwest Tour Series Blackjack 121, NASCAR Super Late Models, NASCAR Bombers, Legend Cars, Bandoleros, Roadsters. USAC Quarter Midgets on the Mini-Bullring oval.

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15-lap Roadster feature: 1. Robert D'Ambra, 2. Ron Duprau, 3. Ed Hohman, 4. Travis Boyle, 5. Nick Degidio, 6. Doug Germano, 7. Michelle Williamson, 8. Herb Williamson, 9. Darin Callaway.

20-lap Legend Cars Semi-Pro/Young Lions feature: 1. C.J. Hulsey, 2. Clayton Weatherman, 3. Alex Hickham, 4. Kyle Niquette, 5. Michael Morris, 6. Ian Anderson, 7. Andrew Muscannell, 8. Dylan Cruz, 9. Rob Solano, 10. Peyton Saxton, 11. Zach Stepke, 12. Tye Mihocko, 13. Nick Thigpen, 14. Christian Warren.

12-lap Bandolero Bandit feature: 1. Caden Carlin, 2. Gianna Marretti, 3. Austin Toddy, 4. Chris Trickle, 5. Matt Emery, 6. Erika Thigpen, 7. Mason Sargent.

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

30-lap NASCAR Charger feature (shortened due to time limit): 1. Hayley Lager, 2. Mario Opipari, 3. Don Sargent, 4. Matt Cunningham, 5. James Wingard, 6. Pat Petrie, 7. Houston Simonette, 8. Danny Guernsey, 9. Vinny Raucci, 10. Patrick O'Hanley, 11. Kolleen Dresser, 12. James Lauk.

30-lap Baby Grand Nationals feature: 1. Cameron Hayley, 2. Troy VanDnBiche, 3. Patrick Hill, 4. Joey Bird, 5. Kyle Vriesinga, 6. Nicole Behar, 7. Mike Hilliker, 8. Braeden Havens, 9. Rob Fulton, 10. Robert Stone, 11. Sara Jo Paquette, 12. Dale Edwards.

20-lap Legend Cars Pro/Masters feature (shortened due to time limit): 1. Kyle Weatherman, 2. Jason Irwin, 3. Michael Abbate, 4. Donny St. Ours, 5. Justin Irwin, 6. Josh Fultz, 7. Brent Scheidmantle, 8. Tom Lovelady, 9. Tony Mangini, 10. Terry Sykes, 11. Donna Guenther, 12. Jim Galza, 13. Michael Todd Glazier, 14. B.J. Bollman, 15. Brandon Snow, 16. Robby Guevara, 17. Michael Fox, 18. Scott Rhoden, 19. Jeffrey King, 20. Steven Cantrell.

25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature: 1. Wade Pearson, 2. Pete Meyer, 3. Dallas Simonette, 4. Bret Empey, 5. Josh Morgan, 6. Big Jim Sherard, 7. Scott Castle, 8. Gerry Dittman, 9. Shannon Aikau, 10. Billy Grasser, 11. Martin Sullens, 12. Gary Wyatt, 13. Rick Morales, 14. Harold Sherard, 15. Roland Pelletier, 16. Jim Merlino, 17. Anthony Finley, 18. Judy Rowe, 19. Gerri Pearson, 20. Anthony Reigert, 21. Jason Kiser, 22. Steve Borkowski, 23. Nathan Boss, 24. Jason Sullins.

40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model feature: 1. Dylan Kwasniewski, 2. Robert Ewing, 3. Glen Burke, 4. Cole Cabrera, 5. Steve Anderson, 6. David Anderson, 7. Jay Beasley, 8. Dennis Rock Jr., 9. Stan Mullis, 10. Chris Birdsong, 11. Jim Petrie, 12. Scott Gafforini, 13. Alex Haas, 14. John Spilotro.


SCOREBOARD: 2011 Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway feature winners to date

NASCAR Super Late Models

Cole Cabrera (March 19 -- first 40-lap feature)

Robert Ewing (March 19 -- second 40-lap feature)

Dylan Kwasniewski -- 2 (April 2, April 30)

Scott Gafforini (April 16)

NASCAR Chargers

Vinny Raucci -- 2 (March 19, April 2)

Patrick O'Hanley (April 16)

Hayley Lager (April 30)

NASCAR Bombers

Pete Meyer (March 19)

Wade Pearson -- 2 (April 2, April 16)

USLCI Legend Cars

Kyle Weatherman -- 2 (March 19, April 30)

Justin Irwin (April 2)

C.J. Hulsey (April 16)

USLCI Semi-Pro/Young Lions

C.J. Hulsey -- 2 (March 19, April 30)

Clayton Weatherman (April 2)

USLCI Roadsters

Travis Boyle (March 19)

Chris Clyne (April 2)

Robert D'Ambra (April 30)

USLCI Bandolero Bandits

Chris Trickle -- 3 (March 19, April 2, April 16)

Caden Carlin (April 30)

USLCI Bandolero Outlaws

Austin Morris -- 3 (March 19, April 2, April 16)

Kayli Barker (April 30)

SRL Late Models

M.K. Kanke (April 2 -- 111 laps)

USAC Focus Midgets

Jessica Clark (April 16, 30 laps)

USAC Young Gun

Trevor Hunt (April 16, 20 laps)

Baby Grand Nationals

Cameron Hayley (April 30)