Sunday's race at Huset's Speedway paid $5000 to win the outlaw sprints. The prize was increased with bonus money from Bolte's Roll Off Service and Octane Ink.

Terry McCarl, from Altoona, Iowa, won the big pay out and took home the five grand. It was a very successful weekend for McCarl as he won the night before at Knoxville Raceway.

He added to his career long success at Huset's by making it his 96th victory at the track. That number by far tops the all time win list of Huset's dating back to 1954.

His son, Austin McCarl finished in third behind Jordan Brazier. Tim Kaeding stormed from 11th to fourth and Dusty Zomer was fifth.

Robby Wolfgang won the 305 sprints for the second time this season. Trey Thesenvitz took a second 2015 victory in the micro sprints and was excited in victory lane. He told the crown during the interview, "I'm all jacked up on Mountain Dew!"

Gary Brown, Jr. had things to say in victory lane that drew as many boos as cheers after winning the street stocks from the seventh starting position and taking over the lead late on lap 13 of the 15 lap feature.

He voiced anger over calls made by officials a week prior and over driving styles of other drivers from years prior. It was almost a victory lane meltdown that got big reaction from the fans.

And once in a lifetime action in the hobby stock class. Michalob Voeltz, of Madison, South Dakota, got his first ever win at Huset's