Tim George Jr., No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Development Chevrolet Impala Race Notes and Quotes: This Week's RCR Chevrolet at Texas ... Tim George Jr. will pilot chassis No. 120 from the Richard Childress Racing ARCA Racing Series stable...
Tim George Jr., No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Development Chevrolet Impala
Race Notes and Quotes:
This Week's RCR Chevrolet at Texas ... Tim George Jr. will pilot chassis No. 120 from the Richard Childress Racing ARCA Racing Series stable in this weekend's Rattlesnake 150. This chassis is a proven winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with driver Kevin Harvick, who won at Phoenix and Loudon with this car in 2006.
Testing 1, 2, 3 ... Tim George Jr. and the No. 31 RCR Development Chevrolet team traveled to Texas Motor Speedway for the ARCA Racing Series' open test session at the track on Tuesday, March 9. Working with both George and Scott Wimmer, the team used the test to gain valuable information in preparation for the Friday, April 16 Rattlesnake 150.
West Coast Swing ... Prior to arriving in the Lone Star State, Tim George Jr. participated in Bob Bondurant's School of High Performance Driving in Chandler, Ariz. The 2008 Grand-Am Rolex GT Series Rookie of the Year began his driving career in the road racing ranks before making the switch to stock car racing last year and, therefore, felt at ease at Bondurant's School.
Tim George Jr. Quotes:
Talk about your experience in the ARCA Racing Series so far this season.
"One of the reasons why I like the ARCA racing Series is that it's so diverse. So far we have raced on a superspeedway, a road course, a short track, and now the fourth race of the season is a mile and a half. Each track requires a specific skill set, and I'm looking forward to working with my 31 RCR Development guys on the next step at improving as a team and a driver. Texas is going to be one of the toughest places for me this year, but I'm up for the challenge."