AMA officials ended the race, scheduled for 25 laps, on lap 18 and per the rules backed the scoring up to lap 17. Johnson was the race winner, Coolbeth was scored second, followed by Halbert, Mees and Weidman. Moroney’s Harley-Davidson/Screamin’ Eagle rider Bryan Smith finished eighth, while the fourth member of the Harley-Davidson Wrecking Crew, Latus Harley-Davidson/Screamin’ Eagle rider Joe Kopp, finished 11th.Johnson also won the four-lap Dash for Cash bonus sprint, finishing 1.9 seconds ahead of Coolbeth. Mees was third in the Dash."It was good to get back on the pace here tonight," said Coolbeth, who bounced back after placing 15th at the previous race in Lima, Ohio. "We had a good set up and a strong Harley-Davidson motorcycle. We got podium points and second in the Dash, so not a bad night."After four of nine 2009 AMA Grand National Twins Championship events, Mees holds the lead in series points lead with 77. Coolbeth moves past Halbert and Carr into second with 70 points. Halbert is third with 66 points, and Carr is fourth with 65 points. Johnson and Weidman are tied with 56 points, followed by Smith in seventh place with 51. Kopp is ninth with 38 points.The 2009 AMA Grand National Twins Championship will next race tomorrow, August 4 on the Black Hills Speedway half-mile in Rapid City, S.D.