During the caution a four car accident occurred causing further delay. Three more cautions over the next five laps slowed the race pace. Tyler Baron of Plainfield, Illinois passed Stroik for the lead on the fifth lap.
Baron spun while leading the event exiting turn four at the midway point. Rookie Zach Bodenof Cambridge inherited the lead. On the restart, Hatton used the outside grove to pass Boden for the lead entering turn three. Once in the lead Hatton began increasing his advantage over Boden each lap.
Hatton spent the final two laps in lapped traffic finishing 4.16 seconds ahead of second place Boden. Baron took third, Kurt Mayhew of Demotte, Indiana fourth and Brian Peterson of Mukwonago completed the top five.
Tim Cox of Park City, Illinois chalked up his third 20-lap Wisconsin WingLess Sprint feature of the season at Wilmot’s third mile, and second in a row. A pair of early cautions kept the field within striking distance of Cox who led every lap. A late race yellow for Doug Schenck of Cottage Grove, who was running third at the time, spun backing his car into the wall coming out of turn two setting up a green-white checkered finish.
8TH ANNUAL BADGER MIDGETS HARRY TURNER CLASSIC: 20-LAP FEATURE: 1. Scott Hatton, Roscoe, IL; 2. Zach Boden, Cambridge; 3. Tyler Baron, Plainfield, IL; 4. Kurt Mayhew, Demotte, IN; 5. Brian Peterson, Mukwonago; 6. Morgan Shephard, Genoa City; 7. Robbie Ray, Davenport, IA; 8. Randy Reed, Spring Grove, WI; 9. Jake Goeglein, Sullivan; 10.Mike Stroik, West Bend; 11. Brad Greenup, Chinoona, IL; 12. Aaron Schuck, Joliet, IL; 13. Jim Fuerst, Richfield; 14. Denny Smith, Mukwonago; 15. Ryan Irwin, McHenry, IL; 16. Laura Smith, Mukwonago; 17. Darren Ihrke, Hebron, IL; 18. Jason Allen, Sugar Grove; 19. Sean Murphy Joliet, IL; 20. Martin Saso, Elgin, IL; 21. Buddy Luebke, Stoughton; 22. Jordan Mattson., Milwaukee.