Steel City Stampede Reboot Quick Results by Gary Heeman

Sarver, PA (April 14, 2024) The Action Track roared to life for the first time in 2024 for the completion of the held over Steel City Stampede on Sunday afternoon with near chamber of commerce type weather greeting all fans, drivers and crew. And when the final checkered flag waved on the evening, six more prestigious belt buckles had been awarded.

In Millerstown Pic-a-Part Penn Ohio Pro Stock action, defending Pro Stock champion Tyler Dietz picked up where he left off in October, starting out front with nine laps in the books and just 16 laps away from a $3,500 payday. However, wily veteran Bobby Whitling had other ideas and found the quickest way around the track which had a good deal of character in it thanks to two weeks of rain. Dietz fell from the lead just a few laps into the completion and Whitling patiently picked his way to the front and stayed there to collect the belt buckle in the annual Dow/Kyle Memorial race which paid tribute to former announcing legend Dow Carnahan and faithful pit steward Kyle Stramaski. Andrew Gordon and Chris Schneider both got glimpses of the lead but were not able to take advantage of any Whitling miscues while keeping their respective spots on the podium.

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