Devon Rouse will be making his NASCAR Truck Series debut at Knoxville Raceway, in his home state of Iowa on July 9th for the Corn Belt 150. Rouse connected with Reaume Brothers Racing back in 2019 and tested with RBR during the Winter Test at Myrtle Beach Speedway in January of 2020. Devon has been racing since he was 3 years old and started out racing Dirt Go-Karts where he was a 6-year track champion. Devon then moved to Mod-Lites for 6-years until he moved to Sprint Cars, which he has been racing ever since. After coming out last year, Devon joins a small group of openly gay athletes and the only one to represent NASCAR as a driver. Reaume Brothers Racing is committed to diversity and inclusion in our sport, where we all share a common passion, the love of racing.

With years of experience across all different series racing on dirt, alongside his ARCA and NCWTS testing, Rouse looks forward to getting on track for the first time in NASCAR to showcase his talents, as well as bridge the gap of diversity by being a role model for others.

“We were going to have Devon run Eldora for us last year, but with Covid and Eldora being taken off the schedule, we had to go back to the drawing board. Knoxville is a perfect place for Devon to be able to debut, and it makes it even more special that it is a home track for him. I pride myself in believing that I have the most diverse team in any of NASCARs top series, and Devon not only adds to that, but also becomes a part of our family here at Reaume Brothers Racing. Furthermore, we cannot thank Marcus Lemonis enough for his support of this effort and many others this year. We are incredibly grateful for the opportunities he has given drivers.” expressed Josh Reaume.

“I’m looking very forward to running with RBR in making my Camping World Truck Series debut. I tested with them back in the beginning of 2020 and the second I stepped into the pits I felt welcome, even before coming out. I think RBR works amazingly with the diversification that we are now seeing in Motorsports. See everyone in Knoxville!” – Devon Rouse


Camping World:

Since 1966, Camping World has proudly offered specialized products and accessories, expert advice and professional service to recreational vehicle owners and campers. We have grown from a single store in Bowling Green, Kentucky to the nation’s largest retailer of RVs, RV accessories and RV-related services. With over 160 Camping World and Gander RV & Outdoor Supercenters nationwide, a full-service call center and comprehensive website featuring thousands of quality products for RVs, camping, towing and outdoor living, Camping World and Gander RV & Outdoors is the premier one-stop-shop for everything RV.


Stage 2 Consignment:
Stage 2 is the largest – (10,000 sq ft!) – clothing consignment shop in the tri-state area. Our selection of clothing is huge! Three floors of great bargains for the entire family. Stage 2 accepts like new, in season, current style clothing in all sizes. While we focus on current style brand name clothing, we also accept trendy generic clothing in kids and young adult sizes.


Drake Hardware and Software:

As authorized resellers for several manufacturers, we provide full systems and deal with multiple vendors to get the best hardware and software pricing for your company or organization. Drake Hardware & Software supports and contracts with manufacturing companies in Southeast Iowa, West Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri as their full IT staff or providing support for their current IT department.


Frank Millard and Co.:

Frank Millard & Company, Inc., continuing in business since 1864, has a history of serving its customers with a strong commitment to excellence while being dedicated to ethical business practices. The Company focuses on consistent short term and long-term profitability produced by employees who are well skilled at their tasks and who deliver quality craftsmanship and quality products to our customers. The service that the Company delivers is prompt, thorough and very reliable.



About Reaume Brothers Racing:

Reaume Brothers Racing is owned by Josh Reaume, who competes in the NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. With a diverse field of drivers who have a wide variety of backgrounds and experience, the team continues to get ‘team bests’ year in and year out. RBR is looking forward to finishing out a great 2021 season. Follow Reaume Brothers Racing on our social media outlets: Facebook/Instagram/Twitter @RBR_Teams!



Reaume Brothers Racing has signed Lawless Alan to five additional races in the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, including Nashville, Pocono, Watkins Glen, Bristol, and Talladega. Alan made his NCWTS debut with RBR earlier this year at the Daytona Road Course, followed by Circuit of the Americas.

“Lawless had very strong runs in his first two races with us despite both being plagued by rain. We instantly recognized how talented he is and immediately went to work on finding some additional opportunities to keep him in the 34 truck. Its rare that you get to work with such a young talent, so when you have that chance, you want to take advantage of it. I’m really looking forward to getting him experience at a variety of different tracks to prepare him for next year. ” expressed Owner Josh Reaume. “Lawless’ understanding of the sport and the various elements far exceeds his young age. He has a great racing IQ and will undoubtedly continue to have success.”

Alan, who’s won championships in Legend Cars, Late Models and was Trans Am’s TA2 Rookie of the Year, is scheduled to run the full NCWTS schedule in 2022. Shawn Adams, AUTOParkit’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, was excited by the announcement. “Lawless is a perfect ambassador for our brand, and we’re excited to have AUTOParkit and Siemens back on the truck. When Lawless is racing, it provides us the opportunity to expose our brand to a global market. We also use these race days to entertain customers, vendors, and their families trackside. Our motorsports involvement provides the perfect venue to build camaraderie through a shared team experience and develop a personal bond with clients, which is paramount for our company’s continued success.”



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