Maryeve Dufault Emerging From Break Recharged
"Upcoming Driver Ready For First Talladega Tango"
MOORESVILLE, North Carolina (March 25, 2011) - - Maryeve (pronounced Mary-EV) Dufault (pronounced DU-FAU), the 2011 ARCA Racing Series (ARS) presented by Menards Rookie of the Year candidate is emerging from nearly a six week break ready to test next week at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway in preparation for round two of the season.
Dufault, driver of the No. 12 VR-12 / Dodge Motorsports Dodge Charger will tackle the smooth 2.66-mile superspeedway for the first time on Tuesday and Wednesday but the Sorel, Quebec Canada native is looking for the same consistency she showed during pre-season testing at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.
"I'm looking forward to getting back in the No. 12 VR-12 / Dodge Motorsports Dodge Charger," said Dufault, a resident of Redondo Beach, California. "The break was a nice refresher after Daytona but I'm anxious to get back behind the wheel and continue our season for Tony Marks Racing."
Dufault who entered ARCA after stint in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 and a successful and impressive career in Formula cars is looking to finish what she started at Daytona in the Talladega ARCA 250 on April 15th.
After qualifying 24th, Dufault kept her No. 12 VR-12 / Dodge Motorsports Dodge Charger in the lead draft and was on-track for a satisfying finish before becoming an innocent victim the "big one" just 16 laps from the finish.
"I learned a lot at Daytona," she said. "I learned a lot about the car, the draft, my competitors and even the track. We had a good car and we almost escaped the "big one" unharmed but to no avail. The Tony Marks Racing team has been thrashing hard on our superspeedway car since the race and we're looking forward to turning some respectable times during the two-day test."
Never having the opportunity to experience the enormous Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway Dufault enters Alabama optimistic while hoping to lean on some of her veteran competitors for some tips.
"Most of the tracks on the schedule are going to be green to me," Dufault explained. "Thankfully, I have a great team behind me who are giving me fast race cars. I'm also reaching out to some of my competitors for advice. I've been very appreciative so far of their willingness to guide me and give some tips. Hopefully, Talladega will bring more of the same."
The first full season of ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards competition for Tony Marks Racing (TMR) continues next Tuesday and Wednesday where the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards will host an open-test at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway in preparation for the ARCA Racing Series 250 on Friday, April 15.
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About Tony Marks Racing (TMR):
Tony Marks Racing was founded in 2009 through the passion for racing of team owner and former driver Tony Marks. Marks is the successful owner of TMT, Inc., a logistics, warehousing and packaging company with over 400 employees whose
Marks began his racing career in 1985 getting behind the wheel of everything from
For the NASCAR events TMR along with TMT, Inc. partnered with Forgotten Harvest for the "Million Meal Challenge For Our Kids" which helps to bridge the hunger gap while schools are out of session and feeds 20,000 children per day in the Detroit metro area. Forgotten Harvest was significantly displayed on the entry of Chase Austin during both the Truck and Nationwide events at Michigan International Speedway along with logos of "Million Meal Challenge" sponsors Walgreen's, United Race Group, Holyfield's Choice Alka-Power Water and Vitamin Spice. Evander
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