The heat race win meant the Rock Hill, South Carolina racer scored the pole position for the feature event. At the start of the race Steele discovered the inside pole was not the best place to be. “The bottom groove was very greasy,” he said. “I was not able to get a good start.” Steele slipped into third position and had to settle for third place.
“We really worked hard to get here,” he said. “We had a good night and are third in the final overall City Chevrolet Big 10 Series standings.”
“We wouldn’t be here without the support of our sponsors,” said Steele. “Our K&N Engineering products worked awesome, as always I really couldn’t picture racing without them.”
Steele and the 2 Crew head back to Cherokee Speedway this Saturday for a Fastrak Weekly Racing Series at Gaffney, South Carolina.
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