CONCORD, NC (August 24, 2012) Rev Racing’s Dylan Smith capped off his first season in the Jack in the Box Summer Shootout Series, at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with a top-10 finish in the NOS Energy Legend Car Semi-Pro feature as well as a top-10 finish in the overall point standings on Tuesday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
After receiving damage to the left front side of his legendary No. 34 during the opening heat race, Smith was forced to start the 20-lap feature race at the back of the field.
Proving that the Max Siegel, Inc., Toyota and Langley Speedway No. 34 was one of the strongest in the 18 car field, Smith was able to move into the top-10 by the midpoint of this race.
Continuing to push his way through the field, Smith was running in the top five before receiving a tap, causing the No. 34 to fall back to 10th with only eight laps remaining. Not letting this stop him, Smith drove back into the top-10 where he finished his final race of the season in ninth, leading to a top-10 finish in the Semi-Pro Division point standings.
“We had a great car tonight,” said Smith. “We had some of the fastest practice times of the season on Monday night and this car just continued to improve thanks to my hard working crew chief, Ryan Salomon. I hope to compete with the same hard working team again next season.”