The crown of day one was, of course, Pro 2 Unlimited. Robby Woods lined up next to Rodrigo Ampudia to take the green, but Ampudia was quickly overtaken by Carl Renezeder. A yellow later on would find the top three still in the same positions with Todd LeDuc and Robert Naughton challenging for the podium, but both were knocked out of contention by damage. There wasn't much action at the front of the pack until the last lap when Renezeder was able to push past Woods to take the win with Ampudia in third. Fifth-place finisher Rob MacCachren still leads the championship by some 74 points followed by Bryce Menzies and Renezeder.
Round 14 opened Sunday with Pro 4 Unlimited again after the feeder series'. Daugherty was up front, lined up with LeDuc. A number of incidents mixed things up on the first lap and it was long before Daugherty was in the pits and shortly thereafter Mike Johnson's truck caught fire, bringing the race to a halt. With the track cleaned up, a broken rear driveshaft left race leader Huseman with only FWD and let Renezeder, Cenni and Coyne get around him on the penultimate lap. The action wasn't over yet, though. Renezeder's truck caught fire, taking the champ out of the race and letting Adrian Cenni take the win followed by Coyne and Huseman, which was half of the trucks that actually finished the race. Third place points were more than enough to lock in Huseman's first LOORS championship in Pro 4.
In Pro Buggy, Steven Greinke started first next to Cameron Steele, but it wouldn't last. Steele quickly took the lead, then Job got past Greinke. By the restart after a yellow, Steele was still up front followed by Job and Myan Spaccarelli, who ran most of the race without third gear. This would be the order for the rest of the race with Steele taking the win.
Pro Lite Unlimited was much more competitive with the points race so close after Saturday's results. Corey Sisler and Chris Brandt started up front, but Deegan was quickly on them and quickly snatched the lead. Championship leader Brandt was soon out with a dead truck while a restart from yellow saw Deegan still comfortably in the lead. He'd go on to take back-to-back class wins in the weekend followed by Hart and Sisler. The second-place finish moved Hart ahead of Brandt in the points race with just one race to go.