Tim Bainey Jr. Bio

 

In 2010 Tim Bainey Jr. will make a return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as driver of the #48 NASCAR Truck for one of the most respected and well-liked owners in the NASCAR garage... Andy Hillenburg.

 

 

Tim Jr. made his debut in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series In 2009, making 6 attempts in the #00 Aaron's Lucky Dog Truck. He posted a best finish of 15th at Dover International Speedway, and posted a season high qualifying effort of 21st at New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon.

 

Prior to that he competed in the USAR Hooter's ProCup Series. He started his ProCup career behind the wheel of the #11 Jackaroo Sauces Car (a company owned by the late Bob Brooks, founder of Hooters of America).

 

A few years later his family owned organization would debut the #15 Greased Lightning Racing Team in the USAR Series, a partnership that lasted 2 years prior to seeing Tim Jr. and his team align with one of the most widely recognized sponsors in motorsports - Aaron's.

Tim Jr. would established himself as one of the most popular and successful drivers in America's #1 National Short Track Racing Series behind the wheel of the famous #00 Aaron's Dream Machine Car. He posted several Top-10's, as well as a few Top-5's in the USAR Series, before making the move to the NASCAR Trucks in '09.

 

His on the track reputation is solid, as he has always been one of the most respected drivers by his competitors at every level -  known for his clean and consistent driving style.

 

Off the track, Tim Jr. and his family are one of the most widely respected teamís in all of motorsports. Their reputation as a good-hearted family organization is what continues to expand their fanbase at a truly amazing pace. Their involvement with kids organizations, charities, and foundations across the country only ads to that reputation.

 

 

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