Brayton continued his great for him the second SX1 heat, stalking his team-mate Metcalfe until making the move to the lead with a couple of laps remaining, to win by four seconds with Empire Kawasaki's Dylan Long in third.
Much like the opening heat, the second heat was a barnstormer for the fourth and final transfer spot. Davey Motorsports Caleb Ward held down third for the majority of the race, with Long content to sit behind him in fourth and safe in a transfer position. However with Reardon who crashed on the opening lap carving his way through the field and into 5th position, Long lifted his pace, making the move around Ward. Reardon then closed in on Ward and made a final lap pass through the whoops to snatch away the last direct transfer out of the heats.
With the heat racing over, the top four riders from each heat in the SX1 class headed to Superpole, which was once again won by Brayton, while the big winner from the Superpole qualifying session was Reardon, who went from having 7th pick for the nights two finals to the second pick, Clout finished with the third fastest lap time just ahead of Metcalfe.
With 8 riders locking in for the main events, 5th-9th from both heats headed to the B Main, which doubled as both the remaining points-paying positions for the round and a last-chance qualifying race, with the top two riders getting transferred into the main event.