Reaume to run NASCAR Camping World Truck Series full time in 2018

After a successful part time season last year finishing 24 in driver points, Josh Reaume will field the Reaume Bros Racing #33 Chevrolet Silverado in all 23 events beginning with the Nextera Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway this Friday evening. Reaume Bros Racing (RBR) is one of NASCAR’s newest teams and will leverage the engineering backgrounds of brothers, Josh (BEng Mechanical) and Jonathan (BEng Mechanical, MASc in Computational Fluid Dynamics) as well as the film and media savvy of Jeremy.

With a culture focused on technology and innovation, RBR seeks to build a championship winning program over the next few years. The Reaume Bros Racing shop is located in Stuart Virginia, coincidentally, just a mile from the original and historic Wood Brothers Racing shop. RBR has teamed up with Glad Precision to supply the horsepower for the 2018 season. Engine builder Danny Glad has provided the power for numerous race winning efforts, including Alan Kulwicki’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Championship in 1992.

RBR is thankful for it’s long term partnerships with Colonial Countertops, Victory Weekend, Pit Barrel Cooker Co. and Java Chews, as well as some exciting new partnerships for 2018 including R-Coin, Rugged Cross Blinds, Gnarly Jerky, and JC Racing.

R-Coin will serve as the primary sponsor this weekend in the Nextera Energy Resources 250. R-Coin provides high level training covering all facets of the crypto currency market. The Bitcoin and crypto-currency market have grown into a multi-billion dollar market within just 8 years. Both R-Coin and Bitcoin saw significant increased during the past year. For more information on training programs visit www.RcoinUSATraining.biz.

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