Rev Racings Heads to the World’s Fastest ½ Mile

19 Apr 2017
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In what will be the first companion race of the season, Rev Racing will head to Bristol Motor Speedway in hopes of taming the world’s fastest ½ mile. Last season’s race at Bristol pushed all four Rev Racing teams to their limits. Lone top-10 finisher, Collin Cabre, muscled a 6th place finish in 2016 and plans to use his past experience to strive for another successful run.
 
Collin Cabre (No. 2 UTI/NTI Toyota): Cabre, who is currently 14th in point standings, is more than ready to hit the track and turn a top-5 finish. After being involved in an accident during his last race at Greenville-Pickens, Cabre was unable to complete the race due to un-repairable damages. With Greenville behind him, he and his crew are focused on a qualifying result that will put him in the front of the pack.
 
“Knowing that Bristol is not an easy track to pass on, we are really focused on getting Collin in a good qualifying position,” said crew chief of the No. 2 car, Matt Bucher. “If he can start the race up front, consistently execute and stay out of trouble, then we should leave Bristol with a strong finish.”
 
Chase Cabre (No. 4 Braille Battery Toyota): Chase Cabre, who is currently 8th in points, is relying heavily on his crew chief, Mark Green, for guidance during his Bristol debut. Green has over 20 starts at Bristol Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Chase will look to finish in the top-10 and continue to work his way up in the 2017 season standings.
 
Rubén García Jr. (No. 6 NTI/MSI): García, who is currently leading team Rev Racing in points, will head into the weekend 7th place in points. The driver of the No. 6 Toyota will race at Bristol on Saturday, and then immediately head to Luis Potsi, Mexico to compete in the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series on Sunday.
 
Jay Beasley (No. 42 Autism Society of East Tennessee Toyota): Sitting right outside of the top-10 in points, Beasley is ready to conquer the world’s fastest ½ mile. Beasley has experienced a number of unfortunate mechanical issues in the last two races, but will use his past experience and aim for a good, clean performance. Driver of the No. 42 will be sporting the Autism Society of East Tennessee in hopes to bring awareness to this cause during Autism Awareness month in April.
 
Qualifying for the Zombie Auto 125 begins at 6:00pm on Friday. The autograph session will take place from 11:30am – 12:00pm on Saturday, followed by the Zombie Auto 125 at 4:00pm EST.

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