Reyna and Campbell Make Return to Florence Motor Speedway for Father’s Day Race

Concord, NC– Jaiden Reyna and Justin Campbell are all set to make their comeback to Florence Motor Speedway. With their sights set on victory, Reyna and Campbell have dedicated countless hours preparing for this event. The NASCAR Drive for Diversity Late Model Development Driver’s will take to the track on Saturday, June 17th, for their shot at the winner’s circle with support from the programs associate sponsor Advance Auto Parts.

Having previously competed at Florence Motor Speedway, both Reyna and Campbell have a deep understanding of the intricacies of the track. In the weeks leading up to the Father’s Day race, Reyna and Campbell have been hard at work, honing their skills and fine-tuning their race cars. 

Event Information: 

Track: Florence Motor Speedway

Series/Race: Late Model Stock Car double 40-lap feature 

The 1st round practice for late models is scheduled to begin at 2:00PM ET before the second at 3:45 PM ET. Qualifying begins shortly thereafter at 5:00 PM ET (groups of 3 for 3 laps)

Features start at 6:30 PM ET (1st and 8th feature)


Justin Campbell

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

Campbell is coming off an 8th place finish at Florence Motor Speedway and ready to continue to progress towards a win. “Two weeks ago, we had a strong car. Unfortunately, the results did not reflect how good we were,” said Campbell. “Qualifying is something I can improve on, because starting in the middle of the field does me or my team no good. I strongly believe we will have better results when I qualify closer to the front, and I plan for that this weekend. Rev Racing has been hard at work and stuck by my side, it’s time for me to bring home the results.” 


Jaiden Reyna

Team: No.2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet with Director of Late Model Programming, Crew Chief John Carroll 

Returning to the late model arena, Jaiden Reyna has been training at Rev in the prior weeks leading up to the race. “I’m really excited to get back on the track at Florence this weekend,” said Reyna. “The tire management there is like no other, and I’m ready to continue to build skills there on the low grip surface.” 

Both drivers are focused on tire management as they head into the double 40-lap feature. We encourage supporters to follow along on Rev social media or 


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 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, ARCA Menards Series, ARCA Menards Series East, NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series, and a youth racing initiative

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