Darkness fell on a caution-filled ninth annual ACT Invitational on Saturday night. A total of 10 cautions limited the 50-lap American-Canadian Tour event to just 18 completed laps, and it was Woody Pitkat left at the front of the field.

"This one's for TC (Ted Christopher)," Pitkat said. "This car only comes out once a year, so I'm happy to get it to victory lane anyway that we can."

The ACT Invitational wraps up a Tripleheader Saturday of racing. The weekend concludes on Sunday with the ISM Connect 300, the second race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.