With East Tennessee's Jimmy Owens and Scott Bloomquist at the top of the Lucas Oil point standings, race fans streamed into the stands looking to witness another classic battle between the two East Tennessee dirt-track masters. Twenty-nine others would join them in pursuit of the Ten-Thousand dollar first place check sponsored by Toyota Knoxville.

After the clay was readied the cars took to the high banks for hot laps and qualifications. First to qualify was the Lucas Oil Late Models with Scott Bloomquist grabbing a three-hundred dollar pole award with fast time of the night. The Modified Street class took to the banks next with Robbie Buchanon getting the pole position with a time of 13.977 seconds. Following the Prayer and National Anthem the Lucas Oil heat races were next. Rodney Kiker took the checkered flag during the first of four heats. In heat two Brad Neat got the win over Dan Schleiper and a hard charging Mike Marlar. In the third heat race Steve Casebolt got the jump on Scott Bloomquist and powered away for the win. The final heat race was won by Billy Ogle Jr. over the highly popular Jimmy Owens.
The B1-Main was next and Mike Weeks took the checkers. Immediately following was the B2-Main with Rick Rogers taking the win.

The Modified Street Class were the first to race on this hot June night with Robbie Buchanon and Clyde Overholt starting from the front row. As they took the green and came around turn one Anthony Morgan and Buchanon touched with Buchanon and Morgan's cars both sustaining damage. Overholt and Jordon Horton restarted the race from the front row following some extra-excitement from the two involved in the lap one incident. Horton had grabbed the top spot and led them back to the green to get the race started once again. On lap two the field lost another machine when Atkins and Carey got together. Carey would not continue. Horton had to try to hold off last week's winner Overholt and his father Tony Horton. A caution flag flew on lap eleven and bunched up the field for one last chance at Horton but it was all in vain as "The Natural" Jordon Horton took the win over Overholt and a hard charging Allen Holt.

Modified Street Results:
1 56H Jordan Horton
2 4 Clyde Overholt
3 24 Allen Holt
4 54 Larry Burke
5 56 Tony Horton
6 3 Mark Meadows
7 20 Scott Adkins
8 21 Richard Carey
9 P21 Robbie Buchanon
10 26 Anthony Morgan

It was time for the Toyota Knoxville 75 participants to take the track and get the long awaited feature underway. On row one was Steve Casebolt and Rodney Kiker. The two put their feet down on the loud pedal pushing the air and high octane racing fuel into the cylinders and lighting them with a high energy spark. With that the Toyota Knoxville 75 was finally underway with Kiker in the lead. By lap 24 Neat had powered to the front as Kiker began falling back. Billy Ogle Jr also came through the pack to grab the third spot. Neat led them back to the green on the restart. On lap 27 Bloomquist had made it up to 3rd. On lap 35 Casebolt began to challenge a new leader, Brad Neat. At lap 52 Bloomquist was once again putting pressure on the leaders. The top 4 positions at this time were all running in same corner. Neat, Casebolt, Bloomquist and Billy Ogle Jr were all nose to tail. On lap 54 Kiker had trouble and fell off thee pace ending his great night. On the lap 68 restart Neat withstood the final charges by casebolt and Bloomquist to get the win and a cool ten grand. In the victory lane Neat said, "I would like to thank God. I am so happy to be in victory lane here at Tazewell. Also, thanks to Bobby Labonte and all these sponsors that help us."

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Toyota of Knoxville 75 Results:
1 41N Brad Neat
2 C9 Steve Casebolt
3 0 Scott Bloomquist
4 201 Billy Ogle Jr.
5 71 Don O’Neil
6 1V Vic Hill
7 20 Jimmy Owens
8 23 John Blankenship
9 S9 Dan Schleiper
10 17M Dale McDowell
11 53 Ray Cook
12 3 Steve Smith
13 44 Earl Pearson

14 71W Chris Wall
15 44X Rick Rogers
16 18E Eric Wells
17 9T Tim Isenberg
18 25K Rodney Kiker
19 4T Tommy Kerr
20 25C Shane Clanton
21 157 Mike Marlar
22 11T Tyler Reddick
23 4S Mike Smith
24 22 Mike Weeks

The Classics were next on the program with the front row made up of Joe Keck and Ron Rudder. On lap 6 Jay Eubanks got around Keck for the lead. On lap 17 Mack McCarter made his move and drove into second place. There was plenty of three-wide racing action but Eubanks simply drove to the victory. It was his first of the year and another first time winner at the Taz. McCarter and Logan Dukes rounded out the top three.

Classic Car Results:
1 3 Jay Eubanks
2 51 Mack McCarter
3 6 Logan Dukes
4 5 Chuck McMahan
5 8 Joe Keck
6 17 Robbie Sands
7 9 Wayne Dukes
8 57 Adam Hicks
9 XXX Josh Chesney
10 2 Ron Rudder
11 5 Robbie Sands II
12 4 Tom Conaway
13 23 Wayne Holbert
14 22 Michale Holbert
15 68 Andy Ogle
16 88 Ed Merriman
17 03 Jim Yeary
18 555 Ryan Carey
19 34 Phillip Shockley DNS

The final race of the night was the Pure Street division. John Stevens and Will Carey led the pack into turn one but a crash involving Mike Daniels and Steve Smith slowed the pace before the first lap was recorded. Both cars were able to continue with Daniels Making it all the way to the checkered flag. Jason Long finished in second place with last week’s winner Jonathan Miracle behind him in third.

Pure Street Results:
1 12 Michael Daniels
2 15 Jason Long
3 41 Johnathn Miracle
4 2 Steve Smith
5 16 Will Carey
6 28 Justin James
7 77 John Stevens
8 11 Toby Turner
9 58 Kevin Smith

The 2010 Lucas Oil, Toyota Knoxville 75 featured the best of the best in dirt racing and even included a 14 year old from California, Tyler Reddick. The speedway filled up with race fans who witnessed a fast race program with great side by side action and were all on their way home by midnight. Tazewell Speedway would also like to thank Ernie Womak for his many, many years of loyalty. Womak decided that tonight would be his last race supplying security for the speedway. Womak stated on the public address system, "I have prayed about this and its just my time to stop. I have had lots of good memories here but now is the right time." For all information concerning the Taz, simply log on to