Gamblin hit paydirt in the Street Stock feature after duking it out with various drivers throughout the 15-lap A-main.
In the early going it was David Short that Gamblin had to contend with and it looked like Short’s race to lose until he looked to cut a left rear tire just before the midway point of the race, giving the lead to Craig Walker with Gamblin in second.
At the midway point, Gamblin took the top spot away then had to hold off both Walker and Landon Miller’s continued charges. When the checkered flag fell it was Walker taking second, Miller third, Brandon Roundtree fourth and Chris Airhood fifth.
Glassburn dueled in the early going with defending track champion Jason Shrout in the Thunder Car feature, taking the lead on the fifth lap then running flawlessly to keep Shrout at bay down the stretch.
Shrout was second, Jeremy VanNess third, Brian Clemens and Michael Schidler completed the top five.
The U.M.P. Modifieds ran a pair of feature events with Nick Allen scoring the rain make-up from May 26. Collin Thirlby was victorious in the regularly scheduled A-main.
The track returns to action Sunday night with the first running of the Dave Crow Memorial.