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Steven Tiner Charges to Hanford Podium; Runs 7th at Bradway Memorial

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PETERSEN MEDIA: Steven Tiner was back in action over the weekend for a pair of events, and continued to put up strong results as he worked his way to a third place finish on Friday night at the Keller Auto Speedway before he scored a seventh place finish at the Dave Bradway Jr Memorial on Saturday night at the Silver Dollar Speedway as he made a rare 410ci start.

“It was another pretty strong weekend for this team, and I have to thank everyone who helps me out on this car, especially this weekend,” Tiner said.

Returning to the Keller Auto Speedway on Friday night, one week after posting a victory, Steven Tiner continued to show tremendous speed at the track, as he kicked his night off by timing the Larry Davis Farms/Wright Process Systems/Deli Delicious No. 94 machine in second fastest in qualifying time trials.

Lining up fourth in his heat race, the Visalia, CA driver would pick up a couple positions on a very fast racing surface, as he would finish in the second spot. With the 8 pill being drawn for the invert, Tiner would find himself in the fourth row for the 30-lap feature event.

With cautions, and stoppages plaguing the first half of the race, Tiner would slip back as far as the 12th spot, as any moves he made seemed to get negated by stoppages, and restarts were not kind to him initially.

Once the race got into a flow, Tiner was able to get into a groove, and work his way forward, as he soon worked his way into the Top-Five, as he and Cory Eliason seemingly hooked up in a battle.

In the race’s closing laps, Tiner was able to move into the third spot, as he chased after second running, Craig Stidham, but he was unable to challenge for the spot, as he crossed the stripe with a third place finish.

Making the trip north to Chico, CA to take on the King of the West Series on Saturday night, Tiner got his night started off by timing in seventh fastest against the 31 cars that were checked in for the marquee event.

Fighting a vibration in heat race action, Tiner would finish in the fifth spot, and be forced into the night’s B Main event. Lining up on the front row alongside, Willie Croft, Tiner would grab the race lead, and pick up the win, earning a nice bonus for doing so, as he transferred into the feature event.

Lining up 10th in the 40-lap feature event, Tiner spent most of his night racing inside the Top-10. With a couple of double file restarts not going his way, he would again shuffle back at times during the race.

The final restart of the night, saw him line up in the ninth spot, and as the race went green for the final four circuits, Tiner was able to pick up a couple of positions as he closed his weekend out with a seventh place finish.

“It was fun to get two races in this weekend, and have a night with the 410ci engine bolted in,” Tiner added. “I have to thank the Wright’s for allowing us to use their engine for the Bradway, and Rob, Tom, My Dad, Bradley and everyone who helped make it all possible.”

Steven and his Steven Tiner Racing team would like to thank Larry Davis Farms, Wright Process Systems, Elma Lanes, Deli Delicious, Fisher Racing Engines, Harvest Supply, Powder Coat-It, SRP, Wilwood, FSR, XYZ Machine, DMI, Dan Olson Race Products, HRP, Sander Engineering, Sweet Manufacturing, Schoenfeld, and Roseville Precision for their continued support.

2015 BY THE NUMBERS: Races-5, Wins-2, Top 5’s-4, Top 10’s-5

ON TAP: Steven Tiner will be back in action on Friday night at the Keller Auto Speedway for the third round of the King of Kings 360 Series.

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