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Rob Kristyak is upholding the Kristyak name by being a winner himself

Rob Kristyak is upholding the Kristyak name by being a winner himself.

Twenty-year-old Rob Kristyak is upholding the Kristyak name by being a winner himself. The Bristolville, Ohio driver won his second 20-lap Quaker Steak & Lube West-Penn Limited Modified Feature of the year. Kristyak started fifth, but had the lead on lap three as he and Rick Ryder moved by Ron Eperthener, Jr. for the first two spots. John Buchanan, who started eighth, would give Kristyak a run for his money. Buchanan took third from Eperthener on lap five then on lap 11 grabbed runner-up from Ryder. Buchanan drove to the outside of Kristyak and took the lead as the two raced out of turn four on lap 13. Just after the lap was completed the yellow flag was waved. Then after the restart, Buchanan lost the lead and was denied a first-career win as Kristyak went on for his second career win in his Klaben Crown Ford #00. Buchanan was second with Don McKnight third. On the final lap, Scott Kay tangled with Rick Hall as Kay flipped and landed on his roof. He was taken to United Community Hospital in Grove City where he was later released. Hall was fourth with Shon Derr fifth after coming from the rear. Winning heats were Jeremiah Shingledecker, Kristyak, and Eperthener.

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