Concord, NC
– Rev Racing’s Lanie Buice and TJ DeCaire are set to return to Southern National Motorsports Park (SNMP) to compete in the Championship Night race event. The late-model stock drivers will compete in the twin 40s feature. 

Track- Southern National Motorsports Park (SNMP)

Series/Race – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series (NAAPWS) Twin 40s

Dsc00798Lanie Buice 
Team: No. 8 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet led by Director of Late Model Programming and Crew Chief John Carroll

Buice has competed at SNMP on two different occasions and has been able to secure a best finish of 3rd at the little over a third of a mile track. “We are here to win,” said Buice. “Each time we visit a track we show that we are getting better and closer to victory lane.” 

TJ DeCaire:
Team: No.2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet led by Director of Late Model Programming and Crew Chief John Carroll 

03 16 24 Rev Aapws Florence Sw 80 (1)DeCaire has competed four times at SNMP, three of which have been with Rev Racing. With another best finish of 3rd at the track, DeCaire hopes to secure another podium finish. “The entire late model program has continued to grow,” mentioned DeCaire. “ Rev has a good history here at SNMP, I hope to not only qualify better this weekend but secure Rev another win at the track.” 

The Championship Night at SNMP is scheduled for this Saturday. June 8th. Practice for Buice and DeCaire will begin at 4:30 PM ET followed by qualifying at 6:15 PM ET. Features begin at 7:00 PM ET with the first twin 40 of the night. The competition will be live on and updates provided by Rev Racing’s social media. 


About Rev Racing: Rev Racing seeks to obtain the highest quality applicants representing diverse backgrounds and develop them into successful NASCAR drivers. Started by Max Siegel in 2009, Rev Racing manages the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program. Rev Racing currently operates and manages drivers in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, ARCA Menards Series, NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series, and a youth racing initiative.

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