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CARS Tour Event Preview powered by KRC Power Steering: River City QDMA Duels at Dominion pres. VA Is For Lovers – Dominion Raceway 3PM – March 25, 2017

CARS Tour Event Preview powered by KRC Power Steering: River City QDMA Duels at Dominion pres. VA Is For Lovers – Dominion Raceway 3PM – March 25, 2017CARS Tour Event Preview powered by KRC Power Steering: River City QDMA Duels at Dominion pres. VA Is For Lovers – Dominion Raceway 3PM – March 25, 2017

March 21, 2017

 MOORESVILLE, NC — With the first race of the season in the books just two weekends ago competitors on the CARS Tour must quickly turn their cars and attention to a brand new track, one most have never seen, Dominion Raceway. Located 45 minutes due north of famed Richmond Int’l Raceway, the one year old facility is noted by many as the nicest short track facility on the Each Coast. The track features an onsite bar/grill, luxury suite boxes, and a full size live play video/scoring board for the fans. Competitors on the other hand will notice a smooth racing surface that will produce speeds like they won’t experience anywhere else this season and a racing groove that primarily takes place around the bottom of the 4/10 track. Fans and teams alike will see their second new format introduced by the CARS Tour this offseason. Teams will get two chances to earn championship points, and come away with a CARS Tour win, as duel 75 lap races for each division will keep fans and competitors at the edge of their seats, four races for the price of two.

Duels at Dominion pres. by Virginia Is For Lovers NOTES & QUOTES


Track/Location: Dominion Raceway-Thornburg, VA

Track Size: .400-mile

Event Name: Duels at Dominion pres. by Virginia Is For Lovers

Laps/Distance: 75L/30 miles

Event Schedule: 9:55AM-11:30AM Practice, 1:45PM Qualifying, 3:15PM Green: LMSC-SLM-LMSC-SLM

Twitter Handle/Event Hashtag: @CARSTour / @DominionRaceway / #DuelsAtDominion

CARS SLM Tour Pre Entered Drivers: #6 Brandon Setzer, #15 Christian Eckes, #16 Lucas Jones, #16M Chad McCumbee, #34 Nolan Pope, #37 Dan Speeney, #51 Cole Rouse, #56 Gus Dean, #81 Quin Houff, #97 Chase Purdy (10 total)

CARS LMSC Tour Pre Entered Drivers: #08 Deac McCaskill, #2 Myatt Snider, #8A Anthony Alfredo, #8 Trevor Rizzo, #11 Jeff Oakley, #18 Evan Swilling, #22 Grayson Cullather, #28 Chris Hudspeth, #32 Brandon Grosso, #42 Craig Stallard, #44 Justin Johnson, #74 Ronald Hill, #81F Jared Fryer, #88 Chris Davis, #88B Josh Berry, #99 Layne Riggs (17 total)

***Official Entry Deadline: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 4PM***

Media Coverage:

-Speed51 ( will provide Trackside Now Live Updates

-The Weekly Racer (

-CARS Tour TV ( – LIVE Broadcast Video Coverage

-CARS Tour Facebook ( / CARS Tour Twitter (@CARSTour)



Bristol March Madness for Supers:

Just as the annual NCAA March Madness tournament heats up, so does the same for Super Late Model drivers this weekend at Dominion Raceway. Just like the conference tournaments around the country lead to automatic berths to the big dance, similar stakes are on the line in the duel format races. One Super Late Model driver will punch their automatic berth ticket and be locked in to the Short Track US Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway on May 21st when the final checker flag waves Saturday afternoon. The berth will be awarded to the team with the highest average finish between the two duel 75 lap races. Should there be a tie, the tiebreaker will come down to the fastest average of the competitors two qualifying laps. Needless to say in addition to championship points and race wins; a lot is on the line at Dominion.

“I think watching the races at Dominion is going to be an exercise in multi-tasking for our fans. So many drivers will be on different agendas — some wanting to simply win, others wanting to lock-in to Bristol, and some trying to keep from wrecking if they miss the setup. Dominion is a traditional super late model style track. It’s wide, fast, smooth, and has tons of grip, something every driver loves. Add in the best facility on the tour, and we have a perfect recipe for fans to watch in person or through CARS Tour TV. This is going to be an event true race fans will appreciate on so many levels.” Tony Stevens – CARS Tour TV, Announcer

From Dirt to Dominion:

Youngster Brandon Grosso has made the transition this season from the dirt modifieds he grew up racing around his home state of New Jersey to now piloting the #32 Nitro Fish Ultimate Gear Late Model Stock for Marty Snider Racing full time on the CARS Tour circuit. This weekend’s race at the super-fast Dominion Raceway will be as close to home as Grosso will get all season, with his hometown of Belle Meade, New Jersey being four and half hours away. Despite the closeness and fact that the two 75 lap duel races could play into his favor for a rather good outing, Grosso is business as usual seeing this as another opportunity to gain experience around at another fast asphalt oval.

“Even though this is the closest we’ll be to home all season it will be just my dad, my little brother Justin, and my dirt crew chief Mark Blackwell driving down this weekend to the track. My mom and the rest of the family will stay home and tune in on CARS Tour TV. As far as the shorter races this weekend with the duels, I like that. I’m not a fan of having to save tires, so if I’ve got the opportunity to run wide open that would be cool. I’m sure my crew chief, Jeff Caldwell, will debrief me on our strategy this week. I like fast tracks and I like running on the bottom in both dirt and asphalt, even though it can make passing tough. I think that will be same situation this weekend. Overall I’m just looking forward to racing at Dominion for the first time.” – Brandon Grosso – #32 Nitro Fish Ultimate Gear Ford

Improving, Educating, and Researching Deer Management at High Speeds:

Much like the race tires drivers must conserve throughout the two duel races this Saturday afternoon; the River City QDMA is focused on conserving whitetail deer population around the Central Virginia area. Proper education, population management, and a continuing hunting heritage are all ways the River City QDMA uses to keep quality whitetail flourishing in the area. The key to success for any conservation is reaching the right people to hear your message; without question the River City QDMA and the grassroots fan the CARS Tour attracts are perfectly matched for such a partnership.

“QDMA stands for Quality Deer Management Association, and our goal is to educating the hunting public on whitetail deer biology and how we can improve that through advocacy and education at the local and state level. The state of Virginia has some of the most beautiful whitetail deer around; part of our mission is to make sure it stays like that for years to come. The River City brand of the QDMA is excited about partnering with the CARS Tour for their event at Dominion this weekend. We feel like most race fans are hunters too, so what better way to reach the people we are trying to educate about our mission than at the track in our own area.” Jon Ranck – River City QDMA, President

For more information and to stay up with all the latest news and information about the CARS Tour, featuring both Late Model Stock Car and Super Late Model divisions, visit or contact the tour’s office directly at 704-662-9212. Stay social with the tour by “liking” the CARS Tour Facebook page and following along on Twitter @CARSTour. 

Southern National Motorsports Park Postpones Season Opener to March 26th

Frontstretch and grandstand area atSouthern National Motorsports Park (Andy Marquis/SNMP photo)

After monitoring several different forecasts for Saturday night, Southern National Motorsports Park has made the decision to postpone the season opening race to Sunday, March 26th.

Southern National Motorsports Park made the decision after seeing forecasts ranging from a 70 percent chance of rain to a 90 percent chance of rain.  The decision to move the race to Sunday, March 26th is part of Southern National’s commitment to working with other tracks.

The March 26th date avoids conflicts with South Boston Speedway’s season opener and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) race at Orange County Speedway. As well as the CARS Tour River City QDMA Duels at Dominion.

The schedule for the season opener and more details about the race will be posted soon.

For more information about Southern National Motorsports Park, check out SNMP’s website at“like” Southern National Motorsports Park on Facebook or “follow” @SNM_Park on Twitter.

Dogwood 300 Doubleheader On Tap For PASS Return To Southern National

SNMP Sook Race 2015CHARLOTTE, NC  – As the thermometer rises, so does the excitement level of eastern North Carolina race fans as the “Big Boys With The Bad Fast Toys” head back to Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, NC.  This Saturday afternoon’s Dogwood 300 will see the South’s original Super Late Model tour compete for 150 laps, along with a 150 lapper for the NASCAR Late Model Stock cars.  It also marks the return of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Models to Southern National for the first time since 2014.  PASS will be the exclusive sanction for Super Late Models at Southern National with another event scheduled for July 15.

To show how tough the high-banked, 4/10 mile speedway is, look no further than the record books and some of those who came away with checkered flags at Southern National in the past.  Freddie Query won the inaugural event in 2006 and Ben Rowe in 2009, two of the best to ever race Super Late Models.

In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, drivers like former PASS regular, John Batten, as well as John Jones, Shelton McNair and others were the men to beat when it came to Super Late Model racing at Southern National.  But, as car counts in the region began to struggle, PASS President Tom Mayberry stepped up to create the South’s original Super Late Model tour with tracks like Southern National, Hickory Motor Speedway, and Orange County Speedway coming on board.

Just a year after the track reopened in 2012, PASS returned and it has been a priority of speedway owner Mike Diaz to keep Super Late Model racing strong in the region.  Daniel Hemric leads an impressive list of drivers, a list that includes Jay Fogleman, Austin Theriault, and Preston Peltier, with two PASS South Super Late Model wins at Southern National.

Several drivers who have pre-entered for this weekend’s Dogwood 300 have tasted victory at Southern National with PASS.  Fuquay-Varina, NC’s Trevor Noles returns to the Randy Renfrow led Coulter Motorsports #2 this weekend for his first start of 2017.  In 2014, Noles scored his lone PASS victory at Southern National Motorsports Park in the Mason-Dixon Meltdown 200.  Noles will be joined by another fellow winner, Hickory, NC’s Tyler Church. Church took the Meltdown win at Southern National in 2013 and followed that up by securing the series championship at the track a year later.  And, while Spencer Davis has yet to win a PASS South event, he won a PASS Pro Late Model race at Southern National in 2013 and has always performed well in his Super Late Model there.

Joining these drivers will be PASS South points leader and local favorite Bradley McCaskill, as well has fellow home track favorite Jeff Batten.  Former PASS South champions, Tate Fogleman and Matt Craig have also entered along with title contenders Kodie Conner and Kyle Desouza.  Former USAC National Midget champion, Tanner Thorson, will be back after a strong run at Dillon.  Jay, ME’s Dave Farrington, Jr. will make his first start for the Woodman Racing team, while Canadians JP Josiasse and Sarah Cornett-Ching will also be looking for strong runs at Southern National.Action gets under way on Friday, March 3 for the Dogwood 300 with rotating practice from

Action gets under way on Friday, March 3 for the Dogwood 300 with rotating practice from 3 – 6 PM for the PASS South Super Late Models and NASCAR Late Model Stocls.  On Saturday, March 4, pit gates open at 8 AM, with rotating practice for from 10 – 11:40 AM, qualifying at 12:15 PM, and feature racing set to begin at 2 PM.

Entry forms for the Dogwood 300, along with the 44th Annual Oxford 250 and upcoming events at Orange County Speedway, Thompson Speedway, Hickory Motor Speedway, and Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, can be found at The 2017 license forms for the PASS Super Late Models are also available at Drivers purchasing licenses for the 2017 season will receive bonus points for each race they are pre-registered for and will also save money towards any events that they enter early.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the Easter Bunny 150 and the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at704-231-2039 or Please visit for more information and don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

CARS Tour Announces New Ticket Program to Encourage Fan Growth

CARS_SLMMooresville, NC – The third season of the CARS Tour kicks off on March 11, and the series has announced a new offer on tickets in hopes of bringing in more families to the young series.

During the 2016 season, tickets for any children between 7 and 12 years old could cost up to $10, while any child under 6 years old could receive free admission. For the 2017 season, any child 12 years old or younger will be able to get into several CARS Tour races free, starting with the season-opening Circle Track Warehouse 200. The U.S. Nationals at Bristol — along with the first race at Hickory and South Boston — will have a different ticket policy that will be announced later.

The series also announced that flex ticket packages can be purchased by fans. These packages consists of 11 CARS Tour events at a price of $195, which would save the average season-ticket holder $25, and can be used at any race with the exception of Bristol. Additional promotional events, including family four-packs, will also be announced before each race.

“The CARS Tour already provides a family-friendly, entertaining show from the drop of the green flag to the last checker in under three hours,” said Jack McNelly, owner of the CARS Tour.  “We are very excited about the future of our series and the fan-friendly initiatives the CARS Tour will be bringing to the 2017 season.”

Concord Speedway has been with the CARS Tour since its inception, but 2017 marks the first time the historic racetrack has opened the season for the series. Built in 1982, the track has hosted the defunct ASA National Tour, Whelen Southern Modified Tour and 16 races for the predecessor to the CARS Tour — the Hooters Pro Cup Series. Canadian Raphael Lessard took home the checkered flag in the Super Late Model Tour in 2016, while Josh Berry scored his sixth career Late Model Stock Car Tour victory at the track last season.For more information on the CARS Late Model Stock Tour and the CARS Super Late Model Tour, visit

For more information on the CARS Late Model Stock Tour and the CARS Super Late Model Tour, Be sure to stay active and social with the tour by liking “CARS Tour” on Facebook, following @CARSTour on Twitter, and scrolling through photos on Instagram @car_tour. Additional series information can be obtained by calling the CARS Tour series office, located in Mooresville, N.C., at 704.662.9212.

Bill Mullis Confirms Purchase of Langley Speedway – Scheduled for Racing April 1st, 2017

Langley PANO

Hampton, VA – The moment drivers, fans, and the City of Hampton has been waiting for. Langley Speedway will officially reopen in 2017. Victory Lane Motorsports operator Bill Mullis announced this afternoon at a press conference with Mayor Tuck at City Hall that a deal has been finalized and Langley Speedway is set to open its doors once again in 2017.

“I would like to thank Mayor Tuck and all of the officials with the City of Hampton through this,” Mullis said in his opening remarks. “I would also like to thank Chesapeake Bank and Hamner Real Estate for making my dreams come true.” Mullis went on to thank those people who have not only stood by his side but has helped him with various aspects of the deal. Mullis had leased and operated the racing facility for several years before the track closed its gates. In what was said to one of the hardest deals of his life to negotiate, Mullis is able to say that he is the sole owner of Langley Speedway.

Mullis also went on to tell more than 500 people viewing the press conference LIVE on the tracks Facebook page that April 1st, 2017 will be when the first green flag will fly for the tracks 66th season. Mullis will be leaving tomorrow, February 18th, to head down to Daytona -where track operators from the NWAAS meet annually – for Speedweeks. He is slated to speak with the folks with NASCAR and has told us they will have more announements this Sunday from New Smyrna Speedway – where the World Series of Asphalt racing as well as the first NASCAR K&N East race of the season is held.

Stay tuned to The Weekly Racer as Langley Speedway officials are set to release their schedule sometime next week. All 11 divisions shall return to the schedule as well as the Hampton Heat 200. More information will be published as it becomes available.


Carteret County Speedway Joins NASCAR Home Tracks

carteret-county-speedwaySWANSBORO, NC – NASCAR racing is coming to the Crystal Coast.

Carteret County Speedway, the 4/10-mile oval located just a few miles from Emerald Isle, will be NASCAR sanctioned in 2017, hosting NASCAR Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS) racing action throughout the season.  The opening race, which will now be held on April 16th, will be the first NWAAS race at Carteret County Speedway.

“We’re very excited to be NASCAR sanctioned this season,” Carteret County Speedway owner Bobby Watson said.  “This is going to be great for our fans, our racers and our sponsors.  NASCAR brings a lot more than just the name to the table for our drivers and fans.  They’ve been an institution in stock car racing for many decades and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.”

“We are pleased to welcome Carteret to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series,” said Kevin Nevalainen, director of weekly racing operations for NASCAR. “Bobby Watson has done a wonderful job in building a state-of-the-art racing facility and we are looking forward to an exciting season of NASCAR racing there.”

With the NASCAR sanctioning, drivers competing at Carteret County Speedway will now be able to race for points in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series state and national standings.  Carteret County Speedway will not just be able to race for points at Carteret but will also be able to race at East Carolina Motor Speedway and Southern National Motorsports Park, which are both NASCAR sanctioned, for points as well.

“I definitely think, whenever you win at a NASCAR track, it’s more credible than when you win at an unsanctioned track,” Chris Burns, who scored three Late Model wins at Carteret County Speedway in 2016, said.  “It will give more people the opportunity to race for points and bring in some stronger competition.  The layout of the points championship is nice.  It would be nice to be known as a NASCAR champion and I’m looking forward to getting my first NASCAR win.”

The NASCAR title extends beyond the Late Models and to the other divisions that will compete as well at Carteret County Speedway.  Racers competing in support divisions, such as Street Stocks and Mini Stocks, will also be racing for points in their respective divisions as well.

“It creates an opportunity for an entry level driver to run for a national championship, especially with having three NASCAR sanctioned tracks in the area,” U-CAR driver Travis Miller, who has five career wins at Carteret County Speedway, said.  “That will allow us to maximize our NASCAR points and it would be pretty cool to have a local driver from Eastern North Carolina go to the NASCAR national awards banquet in Charlotte.  It will be pretty awesome.”

NASCAR, which was formed in 1948 by Bill France, Sr., has six other NASCAR sanctioned home tracks tracks in North Carolina – including the nearby tracks at East Carolina Motor Speedway in Robersonville and Southern National Motorsports Park in Lucama.

Carteret County Speedway started out as a kart track in 1982 and ran until 2000 before owner Bobby Watson rebuilt the facility into an asphalt oval.  Carteret County Speedway opened as an asphalt track on September 6, 2015.  Since then, Carteret County Speedway has become the action attraction for the Crystal Coast.

For more information about Carteret County Speedway, visit the track’s official website at, “like” Carteret County Speedway on Facebook ( or follow @carteretcoswy on Twitter (

NASCAR Drive for Diversity Announces 2017 Driver Class

NASCAR-D4D-Combine1DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 25, 2017) – After a season of milestones for NASCAR Drive for Diversity graduates competing across NASCAR national series, the industry’s flagship development program for multicultural and female drivers has announced that six drivers will join its 2017 class. The drivers were selected after a competitive combine held last October at New Smyrna Speedway and will compete for Rev Racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

The 2017 class features a former NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series champion, the granddaughter of one of the sport’s female pioneers, and NASCAR Drive for Diversity’s first sibling teammates. The drivers will attempt to follow in the footsteps of program graduates and current national series drivers Kyle Larson, Darrell Wallace Jr., and 2016 NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Daniel Suárez.

“Now more than ever, we’re seeing the impact of NASCAR’s development program in producing drivers who excel at the highest echelons of our sport,” said Jim Cassidy, NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations. “There’s a great deal of talent and potential in this year’s class. With the strong foundation that NASCAR Drive for Diversity provides, these drivers will have the opportunity to develop the skills needed to elevate their racing careers.”

The 2017 class is led by four returning drivers, Collin Cabre, Jay Beasley, Madeline Crane and Rubén García Jr., who first competed in stock car racing in his native Mexico. Collin’s younger brother, Chase Cabre, joins 16-year-old Macy Causey as this year’s NASCAR Drive for Diversity newcomers. Causey’s grandmother, Diane Teel, was the first woman to compete in a NASCAR XFINITY Series race in 1982.

Rev Racing, the operational arm of NASCAR Drive for Diversity, will field four teams in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and two in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.


The 2017 NASCAR Drive for Diversity roster features:

Collin Cabre: An impressive second year in the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program was highlighted by four top-five and six top-10 finishes and a sixth-place finish in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship standings. After winning the 2015 season finale at Dover International Speedway, Cabre was named to the 2016-2017 NASCAR Next class. The 23-year-old from Tampa, Florida, will compete in his third season in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East with Rev Racing.

Chase Cabre: Cabre, 20, registered 12 race wins in 21 starts in a 600 Mini Sprint Car and is a two-time Fall Brawl Champion at Florida’s Ocala Bullring. In 2016, he averaged a fourth-place finish in races at Hickory Motor Speedway and set two poles during the season. Chase will compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in his rookie season with Rev Racing.

Rubén García Jr.: At age 20, the Mexico City native became the youngest NASCAR PEAK Mexico driver to win the series championship in 2015. García was also part of the NASCAR Next program in both 2015 and 2016. He returns to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East after finishing 10th in the series last season.

Jay Beasley: Beasley, 24, made history in 2013 by becoming the first African-American driver to win a Super Late Model race at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. In his first season with the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program in 2014, he earned two top-five and five top-10 finishes in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. He returns to the series for his third season with Rev Racing.

Macy Causey: Causey was honored with the NASCAR Young Racer Award in 2016. The year prior, she won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Virginia Rookie of the Year Award and earned top rookie honors at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia, where in 1978 her grandmother became the first woman to win a NASCAR-sanctioned race at the track. Causey will compete for Rev Racing in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series.

Madeline Crane: The Georgia native began her career racing Bandoleros at Atlanta Motor Speedway at age 10. Crane, 19, moved into Legend cars, and by the time she was 14 had garnered 59 top-five finishes in 82 starts. Returning for a second season with NASCAR Drive for Diversity, she will compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series following two top-five and 12 top-10 finishes in 2016.


NASCAR Drive for Diversity aligns drivers with a team of executives, athletic directors, crew chiefs and mentors tasked with helping them achieve career successes, and thus improving their goal of reaching one of the three NASCAR national series.


Since it began fielding NASCAR Drive for Diversity cars in 2010, Rev Racing has been one of the most consistent teams in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, registering 17 wins, 65 top-five and 124 top-10 finishes with drivers finishing in the top-10 in points each season.


“Each year the applicant pool and talent level rises and our program continues to evolve and create more opportunities for advancement,” said Max Siegel, CEO and owner of Rev Racing. “NASCAR Drive for Diversity and Rev Racing are proud of the impact that we have had in the sport and we look forward to graduating the next generation of athletes to the national series.”


The 2016 NASCAR season was a historic year for NASCAR Drive for Diversity alumni. Larson, who is Asian-American, became the first program graduate to win a race and reach the playoffs in the sport’s premier series, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.


With his NASCAR XFINITY Series victory at Michigan International Speedway, Suárez was the first Mexican-born driver to win a national series race, and last November he became the first foreign-born driver to win a national series championship. Suárez will make his debut in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2017.


The 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season opener will take place on Feb. 19 at New Smyrna Speedway, where Rev Racing scored a win with Suárez in 2014.


For more information on NASCAR Drive for Diversity, visit



The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. (NASCAR) is the sanctioning body for the No. 1 form of motorsports in the United States. NASCAR consists of three national series (Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™, NASCAR XFINITY Series™, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series™), four regional series, one local grassroots series and three international series. The International Motor Sports Association™ (IMSA®) governs the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship™, the premier U.S. sports car series. Based in Daytona Beach, Fla., with offices in eight cities across North America, NASCAR sanctions more than 1,200 races in more than 30 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico and Europe. For more information visit http://www.NASCAR.comand, and follow NASCAR on Facebook, TwitterInstagram, and Snapchat (‘NASCAR’).


About Rev Racing

Headquartered in Concord, North Carolina, Rev Racing is owned by Max Siegel and operates the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Program, which is the industry’s leading developmental program for ethnic minorities, women drivers, and pit crew members. For more information about Rev Racing visit and follow us on Twitter @RevRacin.

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