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Jaiden Reyna Racecar Driver


Jaiden's parents, Pedro & Afton Reyna, both Army combat veterans, knew their son's obsession with fast cars was more than just a childhood phase when, at just 5 years old, he declared "becoming a racecar driver is my destiny." 


Jaiden Reyna was a young child that gravitated towards fast cars. By the age of two his interest was taken notice and by the age of five his dreams started to unfold. His parents, like most felt a strong belief within the wants of their son and they ventured into the world of go karts. Finding success, Jaiden quickly moved through the ranks and found himself leveling up into the INEX Bandolero's. Finding his way around a track came easy to Jaiden. His passion only grew into finding that need for speed was not only a sport, but became a way of life.

As he progressed through at a fast rate, he was able to take on the U.S. Legend Car Series with phenomenal success, claiming 7 titles in one season from Asphalt to Dirt. Finding his way into the next level, NASCAR Late Models, Jaiden has set the pace for a bright future in Motorsports.


Jaiden Reyna began his career at the age of 6 when he first competed in the Kid Kart Class in the Hampton Roads Kart Club at Langley Motor Speedway in Hampton, Va. At the age of 7, Jaiden moved into the Junior Sportsman 1 class; a flat kart division for 7 to 10 year old competitors.


In 2015, he made the jump into an INEX Bandolero, competing in the division for 4 years.


In the late Spring of 2019, Jaiden began competing in the U.S. Legends Car series.

In 2020, as a Young Lion in his sophomore season, he went on to secure 7 Championships and several more accolades.


In the Spring of 2022, Jaiden stepped into the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series in a Late Model Stock Car for NASCAR's and Team Chevy's Diversity Development team, Rev Racing.

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2020 Highlights:

• National Champion; Young Lions

• Southeast Regional Champion; Young Lions

• North Carolina State Champion; Young Lions

• Asphalt Nationals Champion; Young Lions

• Dirt Nationals Champion; Young Lions

• Pole Qualifier at all three National Events

• Summer Shootout Champion; Young Lions

• Winter Nationals Champion; Young Lions

• 24 wins in 31 starts

• 29 Podium Finishes in 31 starts

• 30 Top-5 Finishes in 31 starts

• 77.4% Win Rate

• 409 of 657 laps lead

• 62.3% Lead Rate

• 21 of 29 Pole Qualifier Awards

• 72.4% Pole Rate

• 1.39 Average Young Lion Finish

• 1.71 Average Overall Finish


In the Fall of 2022, piloting the number 5 Late Model Stock car for Vandyke Racing Performance, Jaiden showed his abilities at Kingsport Speedway in September where he qualified 3rd and finished 2nd, and set forth the same stats in the next event at the facility, demonstrating that Jaiden has what it takes to be a front runner. He has lead many laps at Kingsport and Hickory Motor Speedway.


In 2023, Jaiden made his debut in the 600 Micro Sprint division with Chad Boat Industries. In his rookie season, the talented driver broke the track record in just his third start and charted seven Top-10, two Top-5s, and scored his first victory.   

Moving forward into the 2024 season, Jaiden will reprise his seat at Team CBI for a full campaign on dirt in the micro sprint series.

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