Reyna and Rogers headed to Tri-County Speedway

August 3, 2023

Concord, NC– Jaiden Reyna and Paige Rogers are headed to Tri-County Speedway to compete in the Tri-County Speedway weekly event. The NASCAR Drive for Diversity Late Model Development Drivers will take to the track on Saturday, August 5th, for another shot at victory lane. Both drivers plan to compete at Tri-County, where they both are chasing Rev’s first Late Model win of the season. 

Having previously competed at Tri-County Speedway, Reyna plans to bring what he learned last time back onto the track. Finishing 5th and 8th during his last visit to the track, Reyna is shooting for another top 5 finish in the 75-lap feature. After a few weeks off, Rogers will be making her debut at the track and has been collaborating with teammates and crew at Rev Racing. “This is a high-speed high grip track. So, we’re focusing on practicing well and qualifying up front,” said John Carroll, Director of Late Model Programming.

Event Information: 

Track: Tri-County Speedway

Series/Race: Late Model Stock Car 75-lap feature 

The 1st round of practice starts at 3:12 PM ET and lasts 10 minutes before the second round of practice at 4:15 PM ET. Qualifying is set for 5:00 PM ET before the 6:30 PM ET start. Late Models are the last feature of the night. 



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

Reyna is determined to continue pushing toward the front of the talent in the Advanced Auto Parts Weekly Series. Qualifying is key for both Rev Racing drivers. The 75-lapper does offer an opportunity to make up positions if needed.   “I really enjoy racing at Tri-County,” said Reyna. “The track produces tight, side-by-side racing. It’s one of my favorite tracks to go to.” 

Img 4425 Paige Rogers 
Team: No.2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet
with Director of Late Model Programming, Crew Chief John Carroll 

After a few weeks of racing in Indiana, Rogers is hungry to return to the track with Rev. “I am really looking forward to my upcoming race at Tri-County this weekend. After taking a few weeks off to go back to Indiana and race, I feel confident heading into this weekend. Tri-County is new to me, but after preparing through film and having conversations with my teammates I know we have a good shot at running up front.” 

Both Reyna and Rogers are focused on their advice from John Carroll heading into the 75-lap feature. Follow along on and Rev’s social media for live updates! 


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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