Reaume Brothers Racing is pleased to announce a new partnership with Sim Racing Studio and DOF Reality. We are equally as pleased to have Hardy Boys Consulting back on the #34 truck this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Sim Racing Studio has been at the forefront of affordable racing simulation offering a wide variety of rig accessories, while DOF Reality manufactures some of the most durable, cost-effective motion upgrades on the market.

Reaume Brothers Racing will now have access to a 3-axis motion simulator as part of the partnership. Sim Racing Studio and DOF Reality will be featured on RBR’s NASCAR Camping World Series #34 Truck driven by Josh Reaume, starting this weekend at BMS. They will remain an associate sponsor for the remainder of the year along side MSG, Levrack, and Colonial Countertops.

“As a team trying to develop and grow, having a partnership like this is key for us” says Reaume. “With track time being at such a premium in NASCAR, simulation training grows in importance every day. So, teaming up with Sim Racing Studio and DOF Reality almost makes too much sense for us”.

As part of the deal, Reaume Brothers Racing also plans to offer a new RBR simulator package, which will include a number of realistic sim upgrades, including padded vibrating seating, wind simulators, and of course, the motion component at an extremely reasonable price to help you ‘Feel the Game’. Pricing and details for this package will be announced at a later date.

We are also excited to welcome back Hardy Boys Consulting onto the #34 truck for this weekends race. Hardy Boys are know for their work with nonprofits and small businesses that work to make a difference in the world. They have partnered with Reaume Brothers in the past before, and look to continue growing their strong relationship with the team. Make sure to check out their new website, visible at 

Reaume Brothers Racing is pleased to announce that team-owner Josh Reaume will pilot the #34 Toyota Tundra this upcoming weekend at Darlington. Reaume will take the track with backing from Colonial Countertops. A special paint scheme will be run to commemorate Colonial’s 50+ years in business.

“Colonial Countertops has been a long standing partner of mine and I am so unbelievably grateful for their continued support” says Reaume, who has had backing from Colonial for over a decade. “They offer a great service over there and are some of the best people in the business. Not to mention, now owning my own. team, I can appreciate all the effort that goes into growing a business, and Colonial has done it better than anybody”.

Reaume is rapidly approaching his 100th national series NASCAR start. He has one previous truck series start at Darlington; last season where he brought home his memorable Colonial Countertops Rusty Wallace throwback truck home 28th. Reaume, who’s immediate family resides in Victoria, British Colombia (Canada) and having graduated both high school and university there as well, loves the fact that he is representing a place that acted as home for him for a number of years.

“For Colonial to be from Victoria where 90% of my family still resides is awesome. Victoria still feels like a home to me in may ways so to have a local Victoria company on the big stage over here in the U.S. is an honor”.

Reaume will also have associate backing from sponsors Levrack, MSG, and Resource Material Handling, another set of sponsors who have been backing Josh and RBR for some time now. The green flag at Darlington will drop at 1:30 P.M. on Sunday, September 5th, with all the action live on FS1.

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