Scott and Rogers Prepared for Let Freedom Race Night 

June 28, 2023

 Concord, NC- Lavar Scott and Paige Rogers are headed to Florence Motor Speedway for a chance to showcase their skills and determination in the Let Freedom Race Night. The NASCAR Drive for Diversity Development Drivers will take to the track Saturday, July 1st, for their shot at victory lane.

After several weeks off, Rogers is returning to the Advanced Auto Parts Weekly Series in the No.2 Max Siegel Inc. Chevrolet. While Rogers hasn’t been behind the wheel of a late model in a few weeks, she has been keeping sharp racing back home in Indiana.

During the ARCA Menards Series East (AMS East) break in the schedule, Rev saw the opportunity to keep Scott prepared and keen. Using the momentum from his finish in The Dutch Boy 150 at Flat Rock Speedway, and to gain additional seat time, Scott will get back behind the wheel of the No.4 Max Siegel Inc. late model Chevrolet. Scott has been busy preparing at the Rev Racing shop by strengthening his late model skills with sim time, conversations with mentors, and studying films from prior races.

Event Information:

Track: Florence Motor Speedway

Series/Race: Late Model Stock Car 100-lap feature

The 1st round practice for late models is scheduled to begin at 2:00 PM ET followed by the second round at 3:30 PM ET. Qualifying begins shortly after at 5:00 PM ET (groups of 3 for 3 laps)

Features start at 6:30 PM ET (the last feature of the night)

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Lavar Scott

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

Scott is carrying momentum after securing a career-best finish in the AMS East at Flat Rock Speedway. Scott was able to bring home P.2 at the track. “I’m thrilled to be returning to the late models during this break in the ARCA East series,” said Scott. “There’s something special about getting behind the wheel of a late model and experiencing the raw power and connection with the car and track.” Scott stated, “I am grateful for the opportunity to reignite the adrenaline I get from being behind the wheel of the No.4.”


Paige Rogers

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

After racing in Indiana, Rogers is prepared to get back behind the wheel of her No.2 Chevrolet. “After taking some time off, I am very excited to hop back behind the wheel of the No.2 late model stock car,” said Rogers. “In this off time, I have prepared by training on the sim and watching films. I feel very confident heading into this weekend as my team and I have both prepared very well for this event. I believe this weekend will be a tipping point in our season.”

Both Rogers and Scott are focused on stamina as they head into the 100-lap feature. We encourage supporters to follow along on Rev’s 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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