Tim Andrews ready for "Dash" in Nashville for Rick Ware Racing Many fathers have been at their son's side for racing. From go-karts to midgets to late models, the Father-Son, Crew Chief-Driver is a common occurrence. The Pepsi 300 at the...
Tim Andrews ready for "Dash" in Nashville for Rick Ware Racing
Many fathers have been at their son's side for racing. From go-karts to midgets to late models, the Father-Son, Crew Chief-Driver is a common occurrence. The Pepsi 300 at the Nashville Superspeedway, that tradition continues. Paul Andrews will be calling the shots atop the pit box for a new driver at RWR, his son, Tim Andrews.
Tim and Paul will be one of the few if not only Father-Son, Crew Chief-Driver combos in NASCAR's Top Three Series, continuing the "Family Tradition" at Rick Ware Racing. Rick Ware, owner of RWR, has his father John, racing for him in the Rolex Legends Series. Kerry Earnhardt joins his son Jeffrey at Rick Ware Racing. Stanton Barrett will be celebrating his father, Stan's, 30th Anniversary of breaking the Land Speed Record as an honorary member of RWR at Talladega.
"We are excited to have Tim behind the wheel. He has great talent with impressive wins and we look forward to seeing him run near the front at Nashville", stated Ware.
Andrews captured an impressive win at Dover in the NASCAR Camping World East over Sprint Cup veteran Steve Park in 2007. Since then, Tim has been a test driver for Petty Enterprises and Gillette-Evernham Motorsports and looks forward to racing in the Nationwide Insurance Dash 4 Cash.
"This is a great program set up by Nationwide", stated Tim Andrews. "It is our version of the old Winston Million and it gives the Nationwide Series regulars something to shoot for. There will be a different driver for RWR at each event of the "Dash 4 Cash" so I plan on getting up on the wheel for the Pepsi 300 and making my own dash to win this contest for the Nationwide Series."