On Friday, Reaume Brothers Racing announced that Chris Hacker will return to the organization for the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, as the 22-year old will run a limited schedule.
“I’m excited to be able to partner with Reaume Brothers Racing for 2022,” said Hacker in a team press release. “Not only Josh (Reaume), but the whole crew was really supportive for my debut season. A lot of people underestimate how important the connection between a driver and team is.
“With the connection the RBR team and I have, I believe we are going to be able to accomplish a lot.”
Hacker, an Indiana-native, made four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts in 2021, two of those came with Reaume Brothers Racing. Hacker’s best finish was a 16th-place effort at Martinsville Speedway in the fall, while driving the No. 45 Niece Motorsports truck.
Josh Reaume, team principal, is excited to see the young racer back behind the wheel of his team’s trucks again.
“We are happy to welcome Chris back to Reaume Brothers Racing in 2022,” Reaume said. “We are excited to continue with him and be a part of his journey in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Chris impressed a lot of people in our trucks last year and we believe he will continue to do so throughout the 2022 season.”
Hacker’s first start for Reaume Brothers Racing will come at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 19th. The remainder of Hacker’s schedule as well as his sponsorship partners will be announced at a later date.