Halfway through the second lap, news came that K. Russell had moved into the first place position, with Duvall making the move into second just 13 seconds behind the leader. As lap three began, K. Russell, Duvall and R. Russell checked in with S. Baylor dropping back to fourth, and JCR/Honda's Trevor Bollinger coming through in the fifth place position.
As the front of the pack made their way around it was Tely Energy Racing/KTM's Grant Baylor moving up and into the second place position, but after pitting for gas on lap three Duvall made the move around him. R. Russell and S.Baylor Jr. continued to battle for the fourth place position, however S. Baylor made the pass stick and continue to push on for the remaining three laps.
When the white flag flew it was K. Russell leading Duvall by 10 seconds, with G. Baylor behind them in third. S. Baylor Jr. followed by Bollinger and R. Russell were battling with Australian Josh Strang, who sat in the seventh place position during the last lap.
Russell earned his fifth win of the season as he crossed the finish line six seconds ahead of Duvall. G. Baylor had his best finish of the season, earning him a spot on the podium in Indiana. S. Baylor held on for fourth, while Bollinger came through in the fifth spot. Strang made the pass for the sixth place position, putting R. Russell back to seventh at round six. Cory Buttrick finished eighth while teammate, Layne Michael rounded out the top 10. GasGas/FAR's Andrew Delong earned his best finish of the year with a ninth in the XC1 Open Pro class.