First-time finalist Nick Chiles accomplished a previously unheard-of feat when he handed former world champ Byron Worner his first loss in a Super Stock final. Worner, previously 5-0 with the money on the line, lost the double-breakout battle when he ran .012-second under his dial. Chiles was just .008-under his dial behind the wheel of his SS/BS Cobalt. In the semifinal round, Chiles was perfect on the starting line with a .000 light in his heads-up SS/BS battle against John DiBartolomeo’s Camaro. Chiles had a second .000 light in his third-round win over Epping champ Marty Rinehart.