Rev Racing heads to Michigan to complete their second triple-header of the season
Concord, NC — Rev Racing added another top 10 finish to their record last week at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Chevrolet drivers Nick Sanchez and Rajah Caruth finished next to each other at seventh and eighth, respectively. This weekend Rev will head over to Brooklyn, Michigan, for the twelfth round of the ARCA Menard Series (AMS). The Henry Ford Health 200 will take place Saturday, 8.6, on the 2-mile paved oval at Michigan International Speedway.
With just 5 points separating the top 3 drivers, Caruth, Sanchez, and Daniel Dye, in the AMS standings, the championship fight is far from over. Caruth is looking forward to Michigan and getting back on track. “We’ve had speed at big tracks due to aerodynamics and updated equipment,” said Caruth.
Rev has excelled throughout the second triple header since the last triple header that covered Iowa, Berlin, and Elko. “I think this triple header will yield better results due to things we’ve learned so far and how much better we will be at these tracks.”
Caruth will pilot the No. 6 Gainbridge Chevrolet this Saturday. “I just have to do my proper prep to ensure I’m in the right mentality for Saturday’s race.”
After Indy, Sanchez closed the gap to his teammate to just 1 point in the AMS standings. He will pilot the No. 2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet at Michigan International Speedway. “Michigan is unique because it’s a mix between a 1.5 mile and a super speedway,” said Sanchez. “The straights are very long, and the high downforce lower hp setup of the ARCA cars makes the draft very effective.”
A longer track like Michigan allows Rev to set up the car with more speed this weekend. “I think our team brings way more speed to a fast momentum track. We know that tracks like Michigan are tracks that we can capitalize on,” said Sanchez.
Sanchez hopes the combination of confidence and speed will play into a race where he can battle up front for the win. “Dirty air is another trait of Michigan; restarts will be extremely important to get out front and clean air.”
The Henry Ford Health 200 will take place Saturday, August 6, at 6:30 p.m ET. Live television coverage of the race will be provided by MAVTV. FloRacing will live stream the race, and a live radio broadcast will be on MRN/Sirius XM (XM channel 391, online channel 981) and at ARCARacing.com.
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 ARCA Menards Series, NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series, and a youth racing initiative
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