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PostSubject: Yung Guns excited for first visit to Colorado National   Sun May 30, 2010 9:31 pm

SASKATCHEWAN -- AARO HEADQUARTERS

When it was announced that the 2010 Aflac Yung Guns would tackle the short track in Colorado, many stood up for an ovation. Many saw this as a step back, to the roots of the AARO, running at small short tracks. Of all the short tracks the AYG will run this year, this is the one that stands out of all of them.

"We're racing here twice for a reason". Jeff Klinger told the press, "it's a famed track that'll provide great racing for these youngsters. They'll get used to good 'ol short track racing, with beating and banging. This one will be one to look out for, all drivers will be gunning to win the first AARO race at Colorado, the second one just isn't the same".

The fans in Colorado have not been treated with AARO racing in 10 years, when the JN Racing Series put on a show at Pikes Peak. Of course, NORA visited Denver this year.

"Stock car racing has been scarce here in the Rocky Mountains. Racing belongs everywhere and we plan to stay here for a long time". AARO President David Stone told press. "I'm sure the Yung Guns drivers know what they're in for and will go all out next weekend, I'm very excited".

When asked of this move, driver of the #6 Moe's Southwest Grill Ford, and former AERS RattleSnake Point winner Kyle McCartnol said, "That'll be one you look back on and say, you know, I can't wait for the next one. Our team is prepared for both of them, we've built a whole new chassis just for those two races, because they'll be so pivotal during the course of the year".

The Ford 200 is scheduled for Friday at 4:00 PM MT (Mountain Time). All 42 expected drivers in the Entry List are expected to show at the track on Thursday.

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