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Reaume Brothers Racing, DCC Racing Partnering to Field Dylan Lupton in Final Four NASCAR Truck Series Races of 2021

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On Friday Afternoon, Reaume Brothers Racing – in collaboration with Diversified Custom Concepts (DCC Racing) — announced that Dylan Lupton would be piloting the organization’s No. 34 Toyota Tundra in the final four races of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season.

Lupton’s schedule in the Toyota entry includes events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway, Martinsville Speedway and the season-finale at Phoenix Raceway.

“It’s been a big week for me, but I can’t thank Josh and Brad enough for the opportunity to drive the No. 34 Toyota Tundra for the final four Truck Series races of the season,” Lupton said. “We have worked very hard over the last eight weeks to make sure we are in a position to put a competitive truck on the track with the goal of elevating Reaume Brothers Racing performance too. I’m excited to work with Frankie (Kerr), who I’ve known a little since competing in the Truck Series over the past couple of years.

“It is going to be a very busy two and a half months or so, but I’m ready to get to work and do a great job not only for Josh and Brad, but Kyle Busch Motorsports and Sam Hunt Racing too.”

The addition to his schedule comes on the heels of an announcement-filled week, where it was announced that Lupton will pilot the No. 51 Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch Motorsports at Darlington, as well as a two-race deal in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Sam Hunt Racing in the No. 26 at Las Vegas and Texas.

“This is a huge opportunity for Reaume Brothers Racing,” said team principal Josh Reaume. “DCC Racing is partnering with Reaume Brothers Racing to bring a higher quality product to the track from Brad Means decades of experience in the sport.

“This is a huge opportunity for Reaume Brothers Racing,” said team principal Josh Reaume. “DCC Racing is partnering with Reaume Brothers Racing to bring a higher quality product to the track from Brad Means decades of experience in the sport.

Brad Means, who has a relationship with Lupton from his time at David Gilliland Racing, is excited about the opportunity of working with him on a larger scale.

“I am focused on owning my own team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in the future, but this is a great building opportunity for DCC Racing with Dylan Lupton,” added Means. “I am excited to get to work with Dylan again especially in a situation that allows me to have a great influence on vehicles. Josh has worked really hard to grow and improve his program, but with this collaborative effort it’s an even better opportunity for Dylan, Josh and I to really prove ourselves. I think we are going to surprise a lot of people.”

Sponsorship for Lupton’s No. 34 Toyota Tundra will be announced at a later date.

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