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Tim George Jr. Returns to Short-Track Racing with Vengeance

George Carries Short-Track Momentum to Berlin



Mooresville, N.C. (August 5, 2010)- Tim George Jr. is set to for battle in this Saturday's ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX and Menards short-track event at Berlin Raceway located outside of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The 200-lap event at the .44-mile racing facility will be George's second career-start at the Marne raceway.


This weekend's event at Berlin Raceway brings the return of the excitement of short-track racing. The last time the New York, N.Y. native visited a track under a mile in length, the RCR team brought home a fourth-place finish at Mansfield Motorsports Park. Looking for a repeat performance, the team will roll out the same chassis, No. 152, for the weekend that garnered the July finish.


George, who sits eighth in ARCA Racing series points, revels in his short-track glory.


"I'm looking forward to going back to short-track racing again in the ARCA Racing Series," said George. "Our last run on a short track was great for us in the RCR Development Chevrolet. Berlin is the shortest track we run, and is very unique having only three walls."


George is 315 points away from catching Justin Marks for the ARCA Racing Series point lead.


While George has had one prior career-start at the shortest track on the ARCA schedule, his bout of bad luck has overshadowed the overall performance. In last year's summer event, the 29-year old started 18th but, after a well-fought effort, a mid-race accident resulted in a 25th-place finish.


George will be meeting fans and signing autographs prior to the 200-lap event. He will sign autographs from 6:15-6:45 p.m. at Berlin Raceway on Saturday, July 7.


The ARCA Racing Network will cover all the on-track activity for the ARCA Racing Series from Marne, Michigan. Listen to live streaming audio and scoring of practice, qualifying at inside the ARCA Nation and live audio coverage presented by the BAS Racing Network.  ARCA Racing Series track activity at Berlin starts on Saturday with practice from 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Menards Pole Qualifying presented by Ansell (All positions / 2 laps) starts at 5 p.m. The engines fire up for the ARCA 200 (200 laps / 88 miles) at 8:30 p.m. LIVE updates on Tim George Jr. all weekend by following @TimGeorgeJr on Twitter and TimGeorgeJrRacing on Facebook.





About Tim George Jr.


The New York, N.Y., native began racing in the Skip Barber Racing School regional series in 2005. In 2007, he ran the Grand-Am KONI series before moving up to the Grand-Am Rolex series in the GT class. In 2008, Tim George Jr. was named Rolex Series MESCO "Building for the Future" Rookie-of-the-Year, while driving for The Racer's Group. He has two GT class podium finishes in the Rolex 24 at Daytona, finishing third in 2008 and second in 2009. The 29-year old driver made his transition to stock cars running full-time in 2009 in the ARCA Racing Series for Eddie Sharp Racing, finishing 11th in the point standings with one top-5, two top-10 and six top-15 finishes. George Jr. will pilot the No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet in the ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX and Menards in 2010.


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