Rogers and Campbell Take on Florence Motor Speedway for Last Time this Season

August 31, 2023

Concord, NC- Paige Rogers and Justin Campbell are headed to Florence Motor Speedway (FMS) for their last race of the season, promising to leave it all on the track as they compete for victory. The Prelude to Southern 500 ft. The Locked in 150 is scheduled for Friday, September 1st. Campbell and Rogers have continued showing progress this season, both having set personal best lap times just recently.

Event Overview:

Track: Florence Motor Speedway

Series/Race: Advanced Auto Parts Weekly Series 150-lap feature

The action starts with the first practice for Late Models at 10:30 AM ET to 11:30 AM ET, followed by a second round from 2:30 PM ET to 3:30 PM ET. Qualifying takes place at 5:00 PM ET, leading to the main event at 7:00 PM ET. Late Models are the first feature of the night where they will race 97 laps, have a 15-minute break, and then race 57 more.


Paige Rogers
Team: No.2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet, under the guidance of Director of Late Model Programming and Crew Chief John Carroll.

After an entire season dedicated to growth and learning, Rogers is fueled with determination as she approaches the FMS event. “Every moment throughout this season has been leading up to this race for both the program and me,” expressed Rogers. “With each passing race, our performance has gotten better, showcasing our speed. I have so much gratitude for Max Siegel, NASCAR, Rev Racing, Habana Brisa, and Advanced Auto Parts for their support this season. Our opportunity to earn the checkered flag remains, let’s do it.”

Justin Campbell


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

Following a brief hiatus from the track, Campbell is poised to showcase his skills one last time. “Reflecting on my debut at Florence, the upcoming race holds significant meaning,” shared Campbell. “Each previous race on this track has taught me the value of discipline and consistency required for success. Qualifying within the front and managing tires across the race are strategies I plan to use. I hope to bring home the win that Rev deserves.”

We ask supporters to tune into and Rev Racing’s various social media platforms to watch Roger’s and Campbell’s pursuit for victory lane.


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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