STATESVILLE, N.C. — Continuing our theme of introducing some of the Carolinas fastest rising young racing prospects, this week we invited NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series late model rookie Jaiden Reyna into the WSIC Studio for this week’s Lead Lap Show to talk about how he got started in kart racing in Virginia with no trailer and a used kart, and his progression to Bandoleros, legends and his current ride with Rev Racing in the late model division.
Jaiden details the highs and lows of trying to learn how to race to win, and he talks about his off-track focus on Muay Thai as a self-defense regimen and why he chose that particular type of training. What an enthusiastic and positive young man Jaiden is.
We hope you enjoy this interview and follow his social media as well!
Lead Lap Show is a weekly behind-the-scenes look at the stories and personalities of Southeast regional motorsports. The show is hosted by published motorsports journalist Tom Baker, and is produced by Steering Wheel Nation.