Douglasville, Georgia native Mason Massey and Reaume Brothers Racing (RBR) are teaming up once again in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series to take on the ultra fast Kentucky Speedway, July 11, 2019. This will be Massey’s third start in the Series this season and all three have been with RBR.
Josh Reaume, owner of the #32, #33, and #34 NASCAR trucks also serves as the Crew Chief for Josh Bilicki in the NASCAR Xfinity Series driving the #93 Chevrolet Camaro for RSS Racing. Reaume is a graduate of The University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Massey has two successful starts in the NASCAR Series in June at Iowa Speedway and Chicagoland Speedway, respectively. He finished 21st in his initial start at Iowa Speedway, and was running in the Top 20 at Chicagoland in the 3rd Stage and experienced fuel pressure issues that ended his impressive run at his first race on a 1.5 mile track where speeds reached over 170 miles per hour.
“I am really proud of my first 2 races with Josh and the guys at Reaume Brothers Racing. I have learned a ton and have enjoyed the challenge of getting up to speed at these 2 new tracks for me. At Chicago, we had a good run going, and I feel like I adjusted to the fast speeds pretty quickly”, stated Massey. “We are trying to learn this Truck deal at all these tracks, and Kentucky will be the same. Looking for a Top 20 finish while keeping the fenders on it.”
Reaume added, “Mason has really impressed us with his speed right out of the trailer. He’s worked hard to minimize the learning curve at new tracks and we’re excited to see how he runs at Kentucky.”
Massey’s Chevrolet Silverado will be sponsored by Anderson Power Services (Winston, GA), Marty Massey Towing & Recovery (Douglasville, GA), Parishables Food Service (Atlanta, GA), A to Z Companies (Douglasville, GA), and Special Olympics Georgia. Massey will also carry the name of his friend Navy Seaman Recruit E1 Christopher Dale Appleby on his truck showing support and appreciation as Appleby graduates from basic training the Friday following the event at Kentucky.
The race will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1, from Kentucky Speedway at 7:30 pm EST.
— Reaume Brothers Racing —