It wasn't Jason Glass's night on day two Friday night in Medicine Hat.

The track conditions took a downturn, causing a slow track he wasn't able to recover from on Saturday night at the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede.

Chanse Vigen ended up taking the win, his first Championship in Medicine Hat.

Glass also knocked a barrel with his checkered wagon on Friday causing an additional 5 seconds in penalties pushing him out of contention.

DeWinton's Dayton Sutherland had some good runs and ended up in 25th in the aggregate after Saturday night's races with Glass right behind in 26th and Blackie's Jordie Fike ended up in 28th.

Sunday's Championship Day brought in some day money for Glass as he finished 5th on the day and is now sitting in 5th overall in the WPCA World standings.

Chanse Vigen won his first Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Championship with Kirk Sutherland coming in second, followed by Rae Croteau Jr.

The drivers now hitch up their wagons and head to Ponoka for Wednesday's first night of racing.

It's the last stop on the circuit before the Calgary Stampede and then the wagons make their way to High River for the Battle of the Foothills from July 25 to 28.