Lawless Alan, who has competed in two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events for Reaume Brothers Racing this season, will return for an additional five races, according to a press release from the team.
Alan, who finished 23rd in his last outing at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, will now slide behind the wheel at wide-array of race tracks. Nashville, Pocono, Watkins Glen, Bristol and Talladega will make up the remainder of the 21-year old’s 2021 slate.
For team owner Josh Reaume, it’s all about finding more opportunity for the ever-talented Alan.
“Lawless had very strong runs in his first two races with us despite both being plagued by rain. We instantly recognized how talented he is and immediately went to work on finding some additional opportunities to keep him in the 34 truck. Its rare that you get to work with such a young talent, so when you have that chance, you want to take advantage of it. I’m really looking forward to getting him experience at a variety of different tracks to prepare him for next year. ” said Reaume in a team release. “Lawless’ understanding of the sport and the various elements far exceeds his young age. He has a great racing IQ and will undoubtedly continue to have success.”
Sponsorship for the California-native’s effort will come from AUTOParkit.
“Lawless is a perfect ambassador for our brand, and we’re excited to have AUTOParkit and Siemens back on the truck. When Lawless is racing, it provides us the opportunity to expose our brand to a global market,” said Shawn Adams, AUTOParkit’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We also use these race days to entertain customers, vendors, and their families trackside. Our motorsports involvement provides the perfect venue to build camaraderie through a shared team experience and develop a personal bond with clients, which is paramount for our company’s continued success.”
While Alan is running a part-time schedule this season, the press release from RBR indicates that Alan is set to run the full 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule.