CONCORD, NC (July 18, 2012) Following a win at Columbus Motor Speedway last year, Rev Racing’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East team is looking forward to continued success in this Saturday’s Jegs 150 at the demanding one-third mile oval track.
After a win at Gresham Motorsports Park and a second place finish last weekend at CNB Bank Raceway Park in Clearfield, PA, Rev Racing rookie, Kyle Larson, is just four points out of the series lead. Hoping to continue on this hot streak, Larson said that he is excited about this weekend’s race.
“The team has been pretty consistent this year,” said Larson. “I know we’ll bring a good car to the track. I’ll just have to make sure I can take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves during the race.”
Following up on his top five finish at Clearfield, Bryan Ortiz, said that he hopes to race his No. 4 Toyota Racing Development Camry into the winner’s circle this weekend at Columbus Motor Speedway.
“After a strong run last weekend I feel more than confident of what this team can do,” said Ortiz. “Each race we improve and even though we had some bad luck at the beginning of the race last weekend, we worked really hard and came back to finish fifth. This weekend, I hope to improve that position for both a win and a good points night.”
Returning to Columbus Motor Speedway this season, Rev Racing veteran, Ryan Gifford, is poised and ready for a top finish in this weekend’s Jegs 150.
“Although I finished outside of the top-10 at this track last year, I know I can have a much better result this year, especially with the car and team I have working for me,” said Gifford.
Enduring several challenges in last Saturday’s race, driver of the No. 8 Toyota Camry, Jorge Arteaga, said that he is confident that he and his team will be ready for a good finish this weekend.
“I think we have a good car and I feel good about going into this weekend’s race,” said Arteaga. “My crew chief, Mark Green, and the rest of the crew have been working very hard on the No. 8 Sign Innovations Toyota Camry and we’re looking for a strong finish in Ohio.”
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