and Jason White Together Again in 2012

Jason White and will once again partner for the 2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Jason White and will once again partner for the 2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. White will pilot the No. 23 Ford with horsepower being supplied by Roush Yates Engines. The Racing team,, will operate out of its 30,000 square foot race facility in Mooresville - formerly the home of AJ Foyt Racing.

"I am extremely honored to continue my relationship with and greatly appreciate their support of my racing career," stated Jason White. "Sponsors such as are what make this sport so special, and I am lucky to have such a loyal supporter and partner. We have worked hard to build this program, and we have assembled a talented group of dedicated employees that are working hard to prepare for Daytona and the 2012 season."

Doug George has joined the organization as Crew Chief for the No. 23 Ford. George is a veteran within the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with 113 career races as Crew Chief including two career victories with driver Kyle Busch.

"I am excited to get our own race team up and running again," added White. "We ran our own program in 2009 with some solid results and we are working hard to expand on that. I really like what we are building at Racing and we have set a goal of being a regular fixture in the top five. I look for the 2012 season to be my best yet."

Jason White has become one of the veteran drivers in the NASCAR Camping World Series having compiled 129 career starts in the series. He competed for Joe Dennette Motorsports last season where he finished 15th in the final standings after finishing 10th in the 2010 season standings.

Currently a single truck team, Racing is considering expanding into a multi-team operation. For more details on Racing, visit