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Bryan Ortiz Ready to Rebound at Greenville

Mar 21, 2013

CORNELIUS, N.C. (March 21, 2013) - Fresh off of a race on a world famous high-banked half-mile oval, a flat, gritty half-mile track that grates tires is next on tap for Bayamon, Puerto Rico's Bryan Ortiz. The second race on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule takes place Saturday, March 23 at the challenging Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway, a facility that short track racing aficionados hold in high regard.

Ortiz and his No. 4 IMPACT Toyota for Rev Racing descend upon Greenville with experience. Between the two races at Greenville last season, Ortiz improved by five positions; he scored an 11th-place finish there in the March race and finished sixth in October. If the position increase continues along the same trend this weekend, another five-position jump would put him in the P1 spot. He qualified seventh and sixth for those two races, respectively.

Last outing... In the season-opening race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Ortiz averaged a fourth-place running position and was battling with another car for third with two laps remaining in the 125-lap contest when his right-front tire went flat. He nursed his car home to a 21st-place finish.

Bryan Ortiz, on rebounding from Bristol... "I'm looking forward to getting back in the car and getting a solid finish. With our result last week, we put ourselves in a hole in the point standings. We need to work hard and make sure it's our worst finish of the year."

Bryan Ortiz, on Greenville Pickens Speedway... "Greenville is a tough track on which to race. We've got a strong car ready, we'll try to avoid any incidents and, hopefully, we can get a finish that we can build on for the rest of the season."


Bryan Ortiz is a 24-year-old NASCAR K&N Pro Series East driver from Bayamon, Puerto Rico, who is in his third season with Rev Racing.

He captured back-to-back Formula Renault championships in 2004 and 2005 and, in 2010, was selected as an ESPN Deportes Magazine "NEXT" cover athlete. He competed in Grand-Am's Rolex Series and Koni Challenge Series and in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series before moving to the K&N East.

For more information, please visit bryanortizracing.com or follow him on Twitter at @BryanORacing.

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