Tim Steele Death – Tim Steele, a retired American stock car racer has passed away. He was 55 years old. Steele said to have died after suffering a stroke. In addition to competing in the three most prestigious series in NASCAR, Tim Steele won three national titles in the ARCA Remax Series. In the year 2009, he was honored with induction into the Michigan Motorsports Hall of Fame.
When Steele was just five years old, he entered the world of motorcycle ice racing. He came in second place in the 125cc AMA motocross division for the state of Michigan. In 1984, the 16-year-old won the title of the NAMRA Champ Cars division and was named the Rookie of the Year for the division. During that same year, he also competed in International Jet Ski Racing competitions. He proceeded to climb the ranks of the organization and started competing in late model races at Berlin Raceway.2  In 1990, he won the American Speed Association regional touring series, and in 1992, he won the NASCAR All-Pro Series. He began his racing career in regional touring series.
During the year 1994, Steele participated in five races of the Winston Cup Series while driving a car that was owned by Bobby Allison. The highest finish that Steele achieved was 33rd at Pocono. Although he made an effort to qualify for the first-ever Brickyard 400, he was unsuccessful.
In 1999, Steele drove a truck that was once again owned by his father and raced in thirteen races that were part of the Craftsman Truck Series. Not only did he finish in the top 10 once, but he also led 45 laps. Additionally, he finished in 25th position overall in the rankings, with an average finish of 19th place. Steele competed in two Winston West Series races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 1996 and 1998, taking the lead for 15 laps and finishing in the top five in both of those races.
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