Rev Racing Supports NASCAR Technical Institute’s Stocks For Tots Charity Event

Concord, NC (Dec. 13, 2012) – The 23rd Annual Stocks For Tots charity event took place at NASCAR Technical Institute on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 in Mooresville, NC. Rev Racing was honored to partner with their sponsor, NTI, to play a part of this meaningful holiday tradition in the North Carolina racing community. Stocks For Tots was created as a way to bring together stock car racing and its fans, while raising awareness of the child abuse problem in North Carolina. The idea was to collect toys and raise money during a festive, family-oriented holiday event. Rev Racing drivers, Kyle Larson and Ryan Gifford, attended and were on hand to sign autographs for the hundreds of race fans and visitors to the event. Additionally, the Rev Racing/iRacing driving simulator provided an opportunity for the guests to get in the driver’s seat and take some hot laps around Charlotte Motor Speedway. Even Santa got in on the action. “We are a part of this community and understand the social responsibility that entails,” remarked Derik Crotts, Rev Racing General Manager. “We get so much from the fans throughout this area that it becomes an honor to give some of that support back to them.” Net proceeds from the Stocks For Tots event goes to SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) of Iredell County. SCAN is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children, supporting parents and improving the community. Since 1987 The Child & Parenting Centers of Iredell County have been working with families to create positive and effective parent-child relationships. For more information about SCAN please visit the website at

2013 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Schedule Released

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 8, 2012) – NASCAR announced today the 2013 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule that features 15 points races at 13 different tracks across the eastern United States. The 27th season of K&N Pro Series East competition will see NASCAR’s top developmental division visit 10 states highlighted by six national series companion events including a pair of first-time visits to Florida. “The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East features the stars of tomorrow, a very diverse entry list, and some of the most compelling racing action in the sport,” said George Silbermann, NASCAR vice president, regional and touring series. “The 2013 calendar provides an excellent mixture of local short tracks, NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide companion events, speedways, and a new high-profile event on a renowned road course. These are all the right ingredients for another outstanding season of racing excitement in NASCAR’s stepping stone to the national series.” The season will commence with the inaugural UNOH Battle at the Beach exhibition event on the .4-mile track at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Feb. 19 in which the K&N Pro Series East and K&N Pro Series West will compete in combination. The K&N Pro Series East will then return to The Sunshine State on April 13 for its first appearance at the half-mile Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola. In another debut event, NASCAR returns to Road Atlanta, the 2.54-mile road course located in Braselton, Ga., on Oct. 18. The stock-car series will join the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón for the Petit Le Mans weekend. Following Daytona, the 2013 regular season will begin at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, on March 16 as part of the spring NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend. Iowa Speedway again will welcome both the K&N Pro Series East and K&N Pro Series West for combination contests. This year the first date is set for June 7 while the return date is Aug. 2. Both events will be held in conjunction with the NASCAR Nationwide Series at the Newton, Iowa track. In addition to Bristol and the two Iowa races, the K&N Pro Series East will have three more companion events in 2013 with NASCAR’s national series. The East will return to Richmond (Va.) International Raceway on April 25, New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H., on Sept. 21, and Dover (Del.) International Speedway on Sept. 27. Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway will host the series with dates on March 23 and Sept. 2. Short tracks Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, N.C. on June 1, Langley Speedway in Hampton, Va. on June 22 are featured dates on the slate as are a July 13 date at Columbus (Ohio) Motor Speedway and a visit to CNB Bank Raceway Park in Clearfield, Pa. on July 20. The 2013 season will conclude at Rockingham (N.C.) Speedway on Nov. 2. 2013 NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST SCHEDULE Date Track (Length) Location Tue., Feb. 19 *^ Daytona International Speedway (.4-mile) Daytona Beach, Fla. Sat., March 16 Bristol Motor Speedway (.533-mile) Bristol, Tenn. Sat., March 23 Greenville Pickens Speedway (.5-mile) Greenville, S.C. Sat. April 13 Five Flags Speedway (.5-mile) Pensacola, Fla. Thu., April 25 Richmond International Raceway (.75-mile) Richmond, Va. Sat., June 1 Bowman Gray Stadium (.25-mile) Winston-Salem, N.C. Fri., June 7 * Iowa Speedway (.875-mile) Newton, Iowa Sat., June 22 Langley Speedway (.396-mile) Hampton, Va. Sat., July 13 Columbus Motor Speedway (.333-mile) Columbus, Ohio Sat., July 20 CNB Bank Raceway Park (.52-mile) Clearfield, Pa. Fri., Aug. 2 * Iowa Speedway (.875-mile) Newton, Iowa Mon., Sept. 2 Greenville Pickens Speedway (.5-mile) Greenville, S.C. Sat., Sept. 21 New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1.058-mile) Loudon, N.H. Fri., Sept. 27 Dover International Speedway (1-mile) Dover, Del. Fri., Oct. 18 Road Atlanta (2.54-mile road course) Braselton, Ga. Sat., Nov. 2 Rockingham Speedway (1-mile) Rockingham, N.C. * Combination race with NASCAR K&N Pro Series West ^ Non-points event Subject to Change