Almost 100 cars took to the track last Saturday night as the Richmond Raceway featured action in five classes.
The main event was the $1,000-to win Cohen Recycling 4 Cylinder Fury. There were 32 entries in the race.
Jeremie Bretz took the title, while Allen Hackworth was second and Zac Carr took third.
There were 14 entires into the Eagle Financial UMP Modified $1,000 to-win race.
Russ Gabbert claimed the checkered flag, while Dennis Roberson was second and Oscar Marshall was third.
The Realty World Trifecta Pro Late Model $1,000-to win race featured 16 cars.
A.J. Hicks took the title, while Shane Bailey was second and Britan Godsey was third.
The ARBodies KDRA Super Stock $1,000-to-win race featured 19 entries.
Dennis Robertson finished in first place, while Logan Preston was second and Eddie Stewart was third.
The Bubba's Towing Sports Mods $600-to win race had 10 entries.
Mark Cissna took claimed the checkered flag, while Bobby Sparks was second and Greg Brentley was third.
Action is set to return to the Richmond Raceway this Saturday when the track plays host to he Memorial Day Spectacular.
The event will feature action in five divisions -- Sonic Super Late Models, Eagle Financial UMP Modifieds, Reality World Trifecta Pro Late Model, ARBodies KDRA Super Stocks and the Cohen Recycling 4 Cylinders.
Racing starts at 5 p.m.
Grandstand opens at 3 p.m. General admission is $15 for adults. Children 12 and under are admitted free.
Pit gates open at 1 p.m.
Pit passes are $35 for adults and $15 for children ages six to 12.