Loris Hezemans, Phoenix
Loris Hezemans is scheduled to run two races in the No. 13, with Reaume Brothers Racing spearheading the operation.

Loris Hezemans Running 2 Xfinity Races for Reaume Brothers Racing UPDATE

UPDATE: In a Facebook post, MBM Motorsports further explains its partnership with Reaume Brothers Racing for Phoenix.

MBM welcomes Loris Hezeman to our stable of drivers. We will be moving David Starr to car #61 at Phoenix. Timmy Hill remains in the #66.

This is a fortunate situation for us because of a bad situation with Reaume Bros plans this year. Josh had prepared cars to race several events along with the Siegs. However the Seigs joined up with Our’s team. This leaves Reaume without a starting spot.

MBM has taken over the cars. Reaume has assembled this car. Clinton Cram and my support group will be putting Loris in his 1st oval race in xfinity. He needs to have a solid finish and we will race him at bigger tracks.

I am looking forward to running more events with this new partnership. Josh and I go back many years. He has driven for me and lived in my garage apartment for a while.

The #61 is a partnership with HRE and must be a Toyota. Now you know why we moved David to the 61.. Loris will be a Chevy. Timmy will be Toyota #66.

— MBM Motorsports —

ORIGINAL POST 3-5-2021: 2019 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Champion Loris Hezemans will not only chase a second European title in 2021. The Dutchman will also return to the NASCAR Xfinity Series driving the No. 13 Hezeberg Systems Camaro for the Reaume Brothers Racing team.

The 23-year-old will race on the 1-mile Phoenix Raceway on March 13  and on the 1.5-mile Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 29, 2021. The Call 811 Before You Dig 200 presented by Arizona 811 at Phoenix will mark Hezemans’ oval racing debut in the NASCAR Xfinity Series after the six-time NWES race winner finished 22nd at Road America in his first outing.

“I am very excited to announce that I will be joining Reaume Brothers Racing for the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Phoenix on March 13,” said Hezemans. “My number one priority for this race weekend is to bring the car home and gain as much experience as possible. Without any practice or qualifying the learning curve will be a big step but I am fully up for the challenge. With this experience in Phoenix I hope to continue to progress through the different size oval tracks throughout the year”.

While the Dutchman and his partners are at work to expand the American campaign, the clear goal for the first two races is to accumulate miles and experience to obtain NASCAR’s approval to compete in the NASCAR Cup Series in the future.

The Reaume Brothers Racing team made their entrance into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2018. In June 2020, they took over the operations of the RSS Racing No. 93 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and retained those duties for the remainder of the season. In 2021, the team competes in NASCAR with three of its own cars, two in the NCWTS and one in the NXS.

— Reaume Brothers Racing —