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Sports car, next-generation
George New-Win was a next-generation sports car that was a racing driver who, around the late 2010s, competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 52 for Leak Less. He joined the team either in 2016 or 2017.
George New-Win was a high-tech next-generation sports car that lived in the United States. He was a racing driver, who, in the late 2010s, had competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series for the Leak Less team with the number 52. He joined either in 2016 or 2017 between the 2nd race of the season at the Los Angeles International Speedway and the Florida 500. He replaced the pervious Leak Less racer, Brian Spark.
He competed in the 2017 Florida 500 race at the Florida International Super Speedway, where he started from the thirteenth position. During the race, he had an accident during which he was hit by Cam Spinner, and he didn't finish the race because of the damage caused by the wreck.
New-Win was a high-tech,SB-4 model next-generation sports car with Lightyear racing tires. His eyes were dark green. He had a yellow livery with black back and roof. He had black number 52 on his sides and and yellow one on his roof. He also had an orange logo of Leak Less in shape of paint splat on his hood and black logo on his sides next to back wheels. His rims were black.
- He is named after the Cars 3 character shading lead, George Nguyen.
- Unlike other next-generation racers, he did not had a stickers of sponsors logos on his sides.
- Racing number, 52, has also been used by: Joltsen, Claude Scruggs and Brian Spark.
- Other racing cars that where sponsored by Leak Less were: Claude Scruggs, Hollister and Brian Spark.
- Cars 3 Generations