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Tim Bell Amherst to Yorktown Virginia

Tim Bell Amherst to Yorktown Virginia Tim Bell gave another strong performance behind the wheel of the No. 14 Office Depot BMW 128i in the Bosch Engineering 200 at Virginia International Raceway. Opening the 2.5-hour race in round four of the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge championship from behind the wheel, he made another charge to the front of the field through the opening laps to run fifth after starting from the 17th grid position. Prior to the start of the race, Bell and Doran Racing co-driver BJ Zacharias picked up the “SunTrust Most Improved Position” Award for their impressive performance at the Barber 200 when the duo charged to the front of the field to finish second after starting 19th. Starting from the ninth row at the Virginia road course, the co-drivers once again planned to move forward in similar fashion, with Bell opening the race with solid forward progress before turning the car over to Zacharias to take to the finish. After leaping three positions in the opening laps, Bell carefully maneuvered through the highly competitive 35-car ST class to run as high as fifth before relinquishing the BMW to Zacharias.  (May 2, 2012 | post #1)

Amherst, VA

Tim Bell Virginia Amherst to Yorktown

Tim Bell fans from Amherst to Yorktown, take note! Tim Bell gave another strong performance behind the wheel of the No. 14 Office Depot BMW 128i in the Bosch Engineering 200 at Virginia International Raceway in just his fourth GRAND-AM race start. Opening the 2.5-hour race in round four of the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge championship from behind the wheel, he made another charge to the front of the field through the opening laps to run fifth after starting from the 17th grid position. Prior to the start of the race, Bell and Doran Racing co-driver BJ Zacharias picked up the “SunTrust Most Improved Position” Award for their impressive performance at the Barber 200 when the duo charged to the front of the field to finish second after starting 19th. Starting from the ninth row at the Virginia road course, the co-drivers once again planned to move forward in similar fashion, with Bell opening the race with solid forward progress before turning the car over to Zacharias to take to the finish. After leaping three positions in the opening laps, Bell carefully maneuvered through the highly competitive 35-car ST class to run as high as fifth before relinquishing the BMW to Zacharias.  (May 2, 2012 | post #1)