Rev Racing headed back to Florence Motor Speedway

April 12, 2023

Concord, NCNASCAR Drive for Diversity Late Model Development Drivers, Justin Campbell and Paige Rogers, are heading back to Florence, South Carolina for another set of twin 40 features in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series. Campbell is returning for redemption after damage held the No. 6 car back, prohibiting him from finishing the first race and just clutching a 9th place finish in the second feature during the Pots O’ Gold Twin 40’s this past March. This race weekend will be Rogers first race at Florence Motor Speedway with Rev Racing.

Event Information:

Track: Florence Motor Speedway
Series/Race: Late Model Stock Car Twin 40’s
Practice starts at 10:00 AM and qualifying starts at 2:00PM with groups of 3 for 3 laps each
Features start at 3:00PM EST (1st and 10th race)


Justin Campbell

Team: No. 6 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet with Director of Late Model Programming, Crew Chief John Carroll.

Campbell is ready for another shot at Florence Motor Speedway during the 2nd Annual Double Day. Unfortunately, during the first 40 (3.18) of Rev’s last visit to Florence, Campbell was involved in an accident that ended the race early.

However, after quick repairs from the team, Campbell was able to make it back onto the track for the second 40 and finished strong at 9th place. This will be Campbell’s fourth time at Florence and second in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series in late models with Rev.

“We struggled to find speed in our last visit to Florence,” said Campbell. “However, even though the first race resulted in a DNF, we were able to finish well in the 2nd feature.” 

Campbell has been preparing with sim time and coaching stating “I’m feeling confident that with what I learned from the last visit to Florence and if I correct my mistakes I’ll be able to finish stronger and better.” Campbell is confident about his return “We’ve got unfinished business there,” he said.


Paige Rogers

Team: No. 2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet with Director of Late Model Programming, Crew Chief John Carroll.

Rogers is coming off a weekend at Hickory Motor Speedway where she was able to finish 13th and 11th . Rogers is itching to break into the top 10. This will be Rogers first time at Florence Motor Speedway for the season and she’s hoping to carry momentum over from Hickory, while learning from her teammates.

“We have the momentum” said Rogers “and we were able to make progress through the twin features.” She’s confident stating, “I look forward to doing the same at Florence. Always improving, always getting better.”


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, ARCA Menards Series East, NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series, and a youth racing initiative.

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