Based on their performance in the heat races, Harley-Davidson Wrecking Crew riders were poised to have a competitive evening before the storm ended the event. Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle factory rider Kenny Coolbeth, the defending AMA Grand National Twins champion, won the second heat race and was followed across the line by Moroney’s Harley-Davidson/Screamin’ Eagle rider Bryan Smith. Latus Harley-Davidson/Screamin’ Eagle rider Joe Kopp won the third heat race. Blue Springs Harley-Davidson/Screamin’ Eagle rider Jared Mees, who currently leads the series in points, was second to Kopp in that heat race. The entire Wrecking Crew – Coolbeth, Kopp, Smith and Mees – was qualified for the Dash for Cash. Carr and Halbert Family/King Kustoms rider Sammy Halbert were the other two riders qualified for the Dash. All were riding Harley-Davidson XR-750 motorcycles.The points awarded following the Rapid City race did not alter the season standings. After five of nine 2009 AMA Grand National Twins Championship events, Mees retains the series lead with 79 points. Coolbeth is second with 72 points. Halbert is third with 68 points, and Carr is fourth with 67 points. Smith in seventh place with 53. Kopp is ninth with 40 points.The 2009 AMA Grand National Twins Championship will next race on August 16 on the Beulah Park Mile in Grove City, Ohio.