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Ray Reverham
Character Information
Gender

Male

Eye color

Gray

Occupation

Jackson Storm's crew chief

Performer

Ray Evernham

""Jackson Storm's crew chief, and an expert at training in the cutting edge technology and tactics being used by the next-gen racers.""
Official description[1], [[{{{3}}}]]

Ray Reverham is a pickup truck who coached the IGNTR racing team in the Piston Cup Racing Series. He is Jackson Storm's crew chief.[1]

History

Reverham attends all of Jackson Storm's Piston Cup races in Cars 3. In addition to coaching Storm throughout his races, Reverham also helps him train. When Storm is practicing in the high-tech simulator, Reverham decides to put Lightning McQueen's likeness into the display to give him some "real competition," though they both laugh at the idea that McQueen could actually be a threat.

At the Florida 500, Reverham and Storm are both caught off guard when Cruz Ramirez replaces McQueen halfway through the race. When Ramirez starts catching up to Storm's lead, Reverham angrily warns Storm of her quickly rising position.

Physical description

Although Ray's model is unknown, the front design is the same as that of Stu Scattershields and Herb Curbler (Haulital Drag'em is known as Herb Curbler). He is painted black and gray, with the sleek number 20 painted on his doors, surrounded by blue and black lines that transition into one another. He sports a chrome grille with black that resembles a mustache. He bears a resemblance to a Ford Super Duty, probably a mix of a 2008-2010 and a 2011-2016.

Portrayals

Gallery

Quotes

  • "I put McQueen in there! Give you some real competition!" - Cars 3
  • "You're watching this, right?" - Cars 3
  • "Just wanna let you know, Ramirez is moving up towards you." - Cars 3
  • "Ramirez is moving up to fourth..." - Cars 3
  • "Ramirez is in third!" - Cars 3

Trivia

  • His name is a pun on his voice actor, Ray Evernham, who, besides lending his voice to the character, also served as a story consultant to the filmmakers during the development of Cars 3.
  • In the Danish version, he is named "Henning Lykkehjul" after Henrik Lykkegaard, who was performing.
  • He bears a resemblance to a mix of a 2008-2010 and a 2011-2016 Ford Super Duty.

References

Cars 3
Characters
Lightning McQueenCruz RamirezJackson StormDoc HudsonSally CarreraTow MaterLuigiGuidoMackFillmoreSargeSheriffRamoneFloLizzieRedTex DinocoSterlingRusty Rust-ezeDusty Rust-ezeSmokeyHamiltonLouise NashRiver ScottJunior MoonCal WeathersBobby SwiftMiss FritterArvy MotorhomeDr. DamageTacoJimboT-BoneAPBBlindspotPushoverTailgateCigalertFishtailBroadsidePattyBillPileupHigh ImpactFaregameAirboneSuperflyJambalayaLiabilityHit and RunToddRoscoeMr. DrippyDarrell CartripBob CutlassNatalie CertainChick HicksShannon SpokesAlbert HinkeyBrick YardleyPhil TanksonChip GearingsReb MeekerMurray ClutchburnPonchy WipeoutBuck BearinglyTodd MarcusRev-N-Go RacerTommy HighbanksDud ThrottlemanRex RevlerRalph CarlowJack DePostTerry KargasBrian SparkFloyd MulvihillParker BrakestonT.G. CastlenutDarren LeadfootErnie GearsonDirkson D'AgostinoJimmy CablesLane LockeDaniel SwervezRyan LaneyBubba WheelhouseChase RacelottTim TreadlessRich MixonCam SpinnerH.J. HollisEd TruncanHerb CurblerRookie RacersKurtRonaldGabriel"Jet" Robinson"Trick" QuizzlerStrip WeathersTractorsMaddy McGearPat TraxsonMorgan MartinsTiny LugsworthStu ScattershieldsHerb CurblerSweet TeaKris RevstopskiMillieRay ReverhamJeff GorvetteGale BeaufortCal Weathers' HaulerBobby Swift's HaulerMiles AxlerodRogerBudCraig Fäster
Cast
Owen WilsonCristela AlonzoArmie HammerLarry the Cable GuyBonnie HuntPaul DooleyCheech MarinRichard PettyKyle PettyChase ElliottDaniel SuárezRyan BlaneyDarrell Wallace Jr.Shannon SpakeRay EvernhamMike JoyJeff GordonDarrell WaltripKerry WashingtonNathan FillionLea DeLariaChris CooperMargo MartindaleIsiah Whitlock Jr.Junior JohnsonH. A. WheelerLewis Hamilton
Staff
Brian FeeKevin ReherDaniel GersonRandy NewmanJohn LasseterBen QueenKevin ReherKiel MurrayBob PetersonAaron ConoverMichael Fong