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Mason Massey joins Reaume Brothers Racing for the Full Truck Slate

Mason Massey will drive the entire 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season for Reaume Brothers Racing. Photo Credit: Jonathan McCoy / TobyChristie.com

UPDATE: Tuesday 24 January 2023 at 11:00 a.m. ET —

Reaume Brothers Racing has officially announced Mason Massey as a full-time driver for the organization’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series program in 2023. RBR made the official announcement in the form of a tweetwho also wished Massey a happy 26th birthday.

TobyChristie.com had the first report on Massey joining Reaume Brothers Racing for the full NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series schedule.

It was a busy day for Reaume Brothers Racing, which also announced its switch to Ford F-150s for the 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season. The team had formed a partnership with Ford Performance through Team Hezeberg Powered by Reaume Bros. The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series team.


ORIGINAL STORY: Tuesday, January 24, 2023 at 10:24 a.m. ET —

After spending the past three seasons in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Mason Massey is set to reunite with Reaume Brothers Racing for his first full-season effort in NASCAR’s National Series, TobyChristie.com has learned. An official announcement from the team about the addition of Massey is expected on Tuesday.

Massey, who first ventured into NASCAR’s top-three series with RBR in 2019, will pilot a Reaume Brothers Racing Ford F-150 entry in all 23 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events in 2023.

The Reaume team announced it official partnership with Ford Performance on Tuesday, prior to the Massey announcement.

A native of Douglasville, Georgia, Massey has competed in 47 NASCAR Xfinity Series events over the past three seasons – primarily for BJ McLeod Motorsports and DGM Racing – scoring a pair of top-10 finishes, including a career-best sixth place in Atlanta in the spring of 2022.

In his seven races in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, Massey secured a pair of top-20 finishes for Reaume Brothers Racing, including a career-best finish of 17th at Pocono Raceway.

Reaume Brothers Racing, which made its debut in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2018, has served as a launching pad for many up-and-coming drivers in NASCAR.

54 different drivers have taken a turn behind the wheel of an RBR truck since the team’s inception six years ago.

Many drivers have made their first NASCAR Truck Series start for the team. Among the notable drivers, besides Massey, who have are Jesse Iwuji (2018), Josh Bilicki (2019), Bryan Collyer (2020), Chris Hacker (2021), Brad Perez and Stephen Mallozzi (2022).

Additional announcements regarding a truck number, personnel and sponsorship for Massey’s full-time effort in the NASCAR Truck Series are forthcoming.

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