Rev Racing’s Late Model Program Showing Success 

June 11th, 2024

Concord, NC-  Rev Racing’s Late Model Development Program is hitting its stride, as evidenced by improved finishes and another victory this past weekend at Southern National Motorsports Park (SNMP). With four podium finishes this past weekend, including a win, the program is proving to be a force to be reckoned with in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series (AAWS).

Dsc01116TJ DeCaire secured his inaugural victory with Rev Racing after a hard-fought battle for the lead during the first forty-lap feature at SNMP. Lanie Buice also delivered an impressive performance, clinching second place as she defended her position alongside DeCaire.

“This win has been a long time in the making,” DeCaire expressed. “We’ve put in countless hours of hard work to make our cars faster and hone our craft. I’m incredibly grateful to the entire Rev team for their unwavering support.”

Motivated by their success in the first feature, Buice and DeCaire continued to excel in the second forty-lap race, securing second and third-place finishes, respectively.In the end, DeCaire and Buice emerged as the top-performing cars of the night.

Dsc01119“We achieved our best finish of the season at SNMP,” Buice remarked. “As we approach the midpoint of the season, we’re evolving with each race. Congratulations to my teammate TJ on his victory. Now, It’s up to Regina and I to carry the torch and secure another win for Rev Racing.”

John Carroll, Director of Late Model Programming for Rev Racing, emphasized the program’s ongoing growth and improvement. “With two wins under our belt we’re proving that we have what it takes to be competitive,” Carroll stated. “We’re here to make our mark and show that we’re a force on the track.” 

Looking ahead, Rev Racing’s Late Model Team is eager to capitalize on its momentum as they prepare to field Eloy Falcon and Regina Sirvent at Hickory Motor Speedway this upcoming weekend. Stay tuned for the official preview later in the week.

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