After breaking the all-out lap record at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit just a couple of weeks earlier, Dustin Dominguez returned to what could be considered as his home track as an Oklahoma native himself. As a regular top competitor in the Central Motorcycle Racing Association (CMRA), he was no stranger to the way things operated at the first annual Invite presented by Dunlop. Dominguez came with a determination to win as he signed up to race the Superbike Twins Expert class, Twins Shoot-Out, 1000 Superbike Shoot-Out, as well as the 100 Expert Superbike class. The Oklahoma native looked quite comfortable in his home state and he was utterly dominant throughout the entire weekend, setting the fastest lap times and winning every race that he contested. Dominguez left with a total of four number one plates at the end of the weekend as well as a nice chunk of change, taking the victory in a total of twelve races from Saturday to Sunday. The #68 machine managed to get down to a lap time of 1:15.63 in the first of two 1000 Superbike Shoot-Out races, coming within nearly a second of his lap record time from a couple of weeks prior. The experience and speed of Dominguez were on display all weekend as he wheelied his bike around Hallett Motor Racing Circuit at will, putting on one of the most impressive performances of the entire weekend.