Sipes, Russell and Duvall remained in close proximity throughout the remainder of the second lap. After fading back to fifth, Strang regained his focus and begin gaining back on the frontrunners.
Duvall secured the lead position on the fourth lap, after passing Russell who made another costly mistake, resulting in a broken front fender. Once the two-lap card came out, Baylor passed Strang for the final podium position. With little pressure. Duvall continued pushing himself in order to develop a comfortable gap on Sipes who was riding a consistent ride in second.
Not much changed on the last lap, with Duvall charging his way to his second straight win, an impressive one minute over Sipes who returned to the podium in second. Baylor rounded out the overall podium in third.
"It's been a good last couple of weeks, and it feels good to keep the momentum going," reported Duvall. "It was nice to win in the mud last round, but it feels even better to win today. I rode my heart out those last few laps to get a cushion. The fans were crazy today, it was like I was a New York native out there and they just kept pushing me. Overall, you can't complain when you're winning."
Strang placed just off the podium with fourth overall, and Russell placed seventh overall. Rocky Mountain ATV*MC/KR4/ Husqvarna's Grant Baylor had his best finish of the year with eighth overall, and Beta USA's Jordan Ashburn capped off the top ten.