Concord, NC. (August 25, 2015) – This week the K&N Pro Series East drivers will head to VIRginia International Raceway to compete in the final road course of the 2015 season. Rev Racing drivers have shown improvement with each race, and continue to find successes that aren’t always defined by winning. Sometimes, it’s determined by improvement. It is this mindset that each of the Rev Racing teammates are carrying into the second road course competition of the season this weekend. Drivers will meet the challenge of this track Saturday, August 29 at 4:35 p.m. local time.
Kenzie Ruston piloting the (No. 4 Rev Racing Toyota) finds herself in the number 10 position in point standings. . After a very well-thought out race at Motordrome Speedway, Ruston will use continue to use experience and strategy to find the additional movement she needs to progress in point standings as the end of the season approaches.
Rookie Collin Cabre (No. 2 UTI/NTI Toyota) has also continued to improve on the track and in point standings with each race. Collin will head to VIR in 13th position.
“Collin has really made strides when it comes to performance and on-track communication. He is really getting comfortable with the car and can tell us what he needs to get the job done. He was fortunate to be able to get additional seat time in some Late Model races this season. This provided both an opportunity to gain experience and garner some confidence,” said Matt Bucher, Crew Chief of the No. 2 UTI/NTI Toyota.
Devon Amos (No. 6 MSI Toyota) will approach the second road race of the season with excitement and commitment. Due to some unfortunate circumstances, Amos was unable to complete the required laps at Watkins Glenn, but got a taste of what it feels like to be behind the wheel on a road course. His crew will work hard to focus on driver/crew communication and handling as they prepare to take on VIR.
Sergio Peña (No. 42 Special Smiles Toyota), will join Rev Racing again for the second race this season in place of his teammate, Jay Beasley. The Winchester, VA native will be competing on a track that he’s grown familiar with over the years as VIR is located only a few hours from Peña’s hometown. Peña and crew were very satisfied with the finish they had at the Motordrome, despite some unfortunate tire issues. The team hopes that experience and familiarity with VIR will make him a definite contender for a top-5 finish.
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