Rev Racing with multiple entries for Florence Motor Speedway

March 13, 2023

Concord, NCNASCAR Drive for Diversity Late Model Development Drivers Justin Campbell and Jaiden Reyna are heading to Florence, South Carolina for the Pots O Gold twin 40’s in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series. Along with these drivers, Eloy Sebastian Lopez Falcon and Nathan Lyons will travel to the track for their first US Legend Car race with Rev Racing. 

Event Information:

Track: Florence Motor Speedway 
Series/Race: Late Model Stock Car Twin 40’s
Qualifying starts at 2:00 PM EST (Euro-Style, Groups of 3, 3 laps each group)
Features start at 3:00 PM EST (1st and last race of the feature lineup)

Series/Race: US Legend Cars 25 lap feature; if needed, B MAIN prior (10 laps)
Qualifying/Practice starts at 12:15 PM EST
Features start at 3:00 PM EST (6th race of the feature lineup)

Jaiden Reyna
Team: No. 4 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet with Director Late Model Programming, Crew Chief John Carroll 

Reyna will take to the track for the second time with his Rev Racing team this season. Although not his first time at Florence Motor Speedway, Reyna is preparing like it will be. 

“I’ve been to Florence a few times but I’m trying to approach the race like it’s my first time there,” said Reyna. “It’s a new car, new team, and new Crew Chief in 2023. We still have plenty to learn about one another and building a good rapport takes time.” He concluded with his excitement “I’m really looking forward to getting started.” 

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

Just coming off of a promising couple of runs at Hickory Motor Speedway (3.4), Campbell is motivated to apply what he learned and aim for good finishing results. Campbell finished 7th and 12th in the two 40-lap features. This will mark Justin’s third time competing at Florence Motor Speedway, but first time driving in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series in a Late Model. Campbell raced at Florence twice in 2022 in the US Legends Car Series, where he was able to secure a top 5 and a 2nd place finish. 

“After a clean run at Hickory, I’m looking forward to Florence this weekend,” said Justin Campbell. “It’s one of my favorite tracks, mainly because of how technical the track is. There are going to be new challenges to face with tire management. I have confidence going into this race due to my prior experience and I’m excited for this weekend. Rev Racing has done a great job with the car and helping with my development. I am certain this weekend is going to have a great turnout and good results.”

Nathan Lyons and Eloy Sebastian López Falcón
Crew Chief and Director of Driver Development, Mark Green

Both Nathan Lyons and Eloy Sebastian López Falcón are set to take to the ½ mile track in the US Legend Car Series at Florence Speedway this Saturday (3.18) for a 25-lap feature. This will mark both Lyon’s and López Falcón’s debut with Rev Racing at Florence Motor Speedway. 

Lyons, just turning 14 on March 14th, is Rev Racing’s youngest program participant. Lyons began racing a Bandolero Car at age 12. He competed at the Winter Heat in 2022 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where in his first race he finished 9th and 8th in his second race.

In 2022, he raced at the Winter Nationals in Florida where he garnered his first career win. Also, in 2022, he participated in the Nashville Spring Series, which is a 6-race event, Lyons placed 4th in one race and finished in the top 10 in the remaining races.

When asked, Nathan only had one thing to say and that was, “I’m Confident.” 

Eloy is no newcomer to racing, although this will be the first he will compete in the US Legend Car. The 17-year-old, from Oaxaca, MX, was also the 2022 NASCAR Truck Series México champion. 

Eloy started his career in karting in 2010, where he became the Super Karts Cup (SKC) Grill Champion 50 multiple years in a row. In 2012, he began his journey into F1. By 2013, Eloy became the first Mexican driver to have a pass to the Rotax Grand World Championship. He became the Micromax Category Champion in 2014. In 2021, he debuted in the NASCAR Mexico Truck Series, where he became the Champion in his rookie year. He will continue to run both a schedule in the United States with Rev Racing as well as continuing his efforts in the NASCAR Mexico Series. 

All racing will be livestreamed on


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, ARCA Menards Series East, NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series, and a youth racing initiative.behind the wheel of the No.2 Gainbridge Chevrolet for the third time in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS). 

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