Concord, NC (June 16, 2016) – Last race, Rev Racing took to Dominion Raceway for the ComServe Wireless 150. While Rev was ready for two top-5 finishes, an accident and track debris generated a different outcome. Collin Cabre, who qualified 8th, worked his way to second place toward the end of the race and had his sights set on a top-5 finish, or even a victory. Following a wreck on lap 137, some debris remained on the track, causing challenges for Cabre. He experienced a flat on the restart around lap 147 and ultimately finished p18. He currently sits 10th place in point standings. Teammate Ruben Garcia Jr. also experienced some track frustration at Dominion. Behind Cabre as Cabre’s tire went out, Garcia was forced to checkup and ended the race in 6th place. Ruben is 12th in points and aims to improve his positioning at Stafford. J.A. Junior Avila started 6th and finished 12th, while Ali Kern started 22nd and moved several spots to finish 15th. “We are showing great potential this year,” said Director of Competition, Jefferson Hodges. “We just have not gotten the finishes we deserve. It is a matter of time before our luck turns around and we start bringing home some wins. As a team, we are excited about traveling to Stafford for the first time. The track has a lot of history and we are ready for the challenge.” Rev Racing will hit the track on Friday, June 17th at 9:15 p.m., for the Stafford 150 at Stafford Motor Speedway. Two-lap qualifying begins at 6:30 p.m. with the Driver Autograph Session following at 7:30 p.m.
Concord, NC (June 3, 2016) – Rev Racing and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series are back in action this weekend at South Boston Speedway for the Late Model Twins 75. For both Rev Racing drivers, “SoBo” is a familiar track where the objective is to improve last race’s results. Enrique Baca gained seat time at South Boston Speedway three weeks ago when the Late Models visited the 4/10 mile oval for the Bojangles 100. The Monterrey, Mexico native finished 11th, falling just short of a top-10 finish. “I am really excited about returning to South Boston. We come back knowing where we need to improve from our last race there and that is definitely an advantage,” Baca said. “Hopefully we have good speed in the car and we are able to top our 11th place finish from three weeks ago.” Teammate Maddie Crane, driver of the Team Indiana Volleyball Toyota Camry, had a solid performance there last month and feels she can improve the results for the team this weekend. “I definitely feel like we learned a lot from our last race at South Boston. We can improve a lot going into this weekend. Hopefully we can be better than we were before,” Crane said. “One of my goals is a top ten – that would be great. We’ll see how it goes.” Two-lap qualifying for the NASCAR Whelen Late Model Twins 75 will be Saturday at 5 p.m. followed by two 75-lap races at 7 p.m. Follow @RevRacin on Twitter for live race updates.