CONCORD, NC (May 16, 2012) Rev Racing’s, Kyle Larson, will sport a new number along with a new Primary Partner for this Saturday’s Graham Tire 150, NASCAR K&N Pro Series East-West Combination race
at Iowa Speedway. L&M Ethanol Maintenance Contracting, Inc. will make its first on track appearance on the No. 69 Rev Racing Toyota Camry, driven by Kyle Larson.
Larry Earnest, President of L&M Ethanol Maintenance Contracting Inc., said that he is excited about the opportunity to partner with the next generation of NASCAR.
“L&M is excited about partnering with Rev Racing and Kyle Larson, in his pursuit of being the next generation of NASCAR drivers,” said Earnest. “At the young age of 19, Kyle has proven he is capable of running with the best and is a winner.”
Organized in 2005, L&M specializes in many aspects of providing millwright services, hydro blasting and vacuum services, specialized welding, metal fabrication, insulation, R-stamp welding services, scaffolding services and confined space rescue services to the industrial world. Offering service to many Fortune 100 and 500 companies, L&M prides itself in safety and customer satisfaction.
“It’s great to welcome a partner that can assist this team in our efforts to grow and develop the next generation of NASCAR talent,” said Derik Crotts, General Manager of Rev Racing. “With all that NASCAR and Toyota are doing to help develop drivers and “green” the sport, L&M is a great fit for our program.”
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Rookie, Kyle Larson, driver of the No. 69 L&M Ethanol Maintenance Contracting, Inc. Toyota Camry, said that he is looking forward to sporting a new number and new partner at Iowa Speedway.
“The No. 69 has been a part of my racing career in the past. Every time I’ve run this number in open wheel I’ve won, and I am hoping for the same in stock car racing,” said Larson. “I am also looking forward to working with a new partner who has a passion to see drivers like me excel in this sport.”
L&M will continue to partner with Rev Racing throughout the remainder of the 2012 K&N Pro Series East season. They will once again be the primary partner for driver Kyle Larson during the August race in Iowa and will serve as associate partner on his car for the entire season.
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