Sergio Peña (racing driver)

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Sergio Peña
Nationality American
Born (1993-02-13) February 13, 1993 (age 24)
Winchester, Virginia
K&N Pro Series East career
Debut season 2010
Current team Rev Racing
Car no. 4
Starts 55
Wins 5
Poles 0
Best finish 5th in 2011
Finished last season 14th
Previous series
2013 K&N Pro Series West

Sergio Peña (born February 13, 1993) is an American NASCAR driver who is one of eleven drivers who is part of the Drive for Diversity program. He impressed people with his second-place effort only to be behind Joey Logano at the Toyota All-Star Showdown at Toyota Speedway after starting on the pole. In 2010, Peña competed the K&N Pro Series East to begin his rookie season. Prior to NASCAR, he was part of the Formula BMW series.

In 2010, Peña drove for John Story's Revolution Racing Chevrolet team, finishing twelfth in the K&N East Series standings with three top tens. He won three times in 2011 and finished fifth in the series. Peña competed in his third K&N East season in 2012 driving for Shigeaki Hattori. Peña ran a limited NASCAR touring schedule in 2013, before returning full-time to the K&N East Series for 2014. He collected his fourth series win at Columbus driving for Max Siegel.

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