JCR Honda/Lucas Oil/Maxxis/FLY Racing's Trevor Bollinger used his first row start to his advantage where he was riding just in front of Duvall and learning the ways of the front row. Unfortunately, Duvall would face a mechanical issue with two laps left where he could not keep his bike started. Bollinger was able to reel in Russell around the halfway point of the race until Russell started to pull away once again.
Meanwhile, Baylor secured the second place position in XC1 Pro class on the fifth lap with Ashburn racing right behind him. Russell continued pushing where he crossed the line over two minutes ahead of Baylor and took the overall win. Bollinger's outstanding ride earned him second overall with Baylor following in third. Ashburn rounded out the XC1 Pro podium.
"I think I belong up there with the XC1 Pro guys, and I work too hard not to think that," said Bollinger. "It was good to ride with Kailub and Thad. I definitely learned some things and I'm going to try and carry this over into next year. It's hard to catch them from the second row due to the starts I normally get, but to be able to start with them was eye opening, today was just awesome. Thank you to everyone on the whole JCR Honda team for your support."
SRT/KTM/Kenda Tires' Steward Baylor crossed the line fourth in XC1 Pro and sixth overall. This finish vaulted Steward Baylor Jr. into eighth in the points championship. Strang ended up finishing seventh overall with Coastal Racing/Rockstar/Husqvarna's Ryan Sipes following in tenth overall after making his return to GNCC Racing after missing the past four rounds due to injury.