Loris Hezemans – an 11-time winner in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series — will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut in Friday’s Victoria’s Voice 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The 24-year-old will continue his long-standing relationship with Reaume Brothers Racing, which will see him compete part-time across NASCAR’s top-three series in 2022, including a NASCAR Cup Series debut planned for later in the season with Team Hezeberg.
🚨LAS VEGAS DRIVER LINE-UP🚨: Loris Hezemans will be piloting there #33 and Thad Moffitt returns to pilot the Clean Harbors #43. Who’s excited for more racing out west?? 🌵🎰🏁 #RBR #NASCAR pic.twitter.com/s7rasDxYPV
— Reaume Brothers Racing (@RBR_Teams) March 1, 2022
Hezemans will join Thad Moffitt – grandson of Richard Petty — as part of Reaume Brothers Racing’s two-truck lineup, with Moffitt piloting the No. 43 Chevrolet Silverado, in a partnership with GMS Racing.
The Eindhoven, Netherlands-native has made a total of five NASCAR Xfinity Series starts over the last three seasons, recording a career-best result of 22nd at Road America in 2019.